Sean B. Cash

2021 Protein Trends & Technologies Seminar

Pre-Conference: Protein Business Strategies

 

SEAN-B-CASH-HEADSHOTPresentation: Sustainability and Consumer Demand for Proteins: Behavior and Policy in the Marketplace

Speaker: Sean B. Cash, Ph.D., Bergstrom Foundation Professor in Global Nutrition, Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, Tufts University

Sean B. Cash is the Bergstrom Foundation Professor of Global Nutrition and a food economist in the Agriculture, Food and Environment program at the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University. His research focuses on how food, nutrition, and environmental policies affect both producers and consumers. He also conducts research in the areas of environmental impacts in food production, including projects on beverage crop quality and climate change and invasive species management. His research has been funded by the United States Department of Agriculture, the National Science Foundation, the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, and Newman’s Own Foundation, among other sources. At Tufts, he teaches courses on economics of agriculture and the environment, consumer behavior around sustainability, and corporate social responsibility in the food industry.

You can follow him on Twitter @SeanBCash, or find out more about his work at https://nutrition.tufts.edu/profile/faculty/sean-cash

2021 Protein Trends & Technologies Seminar:
Pre-Conference: Protein Business Strategies

Title: Sustainability and Consumer Demand for Proteins: Behavior and Policy in the Marketplace

Description:

The concerns around the social costs associated with inadequate diets and the impact of food production on our planet must be addressed jointly through public and private efforts, many of which have been geared toward the development and marketing of new protein sources across the food industry. The success of companies looking to make an impact in this space depends on understanding not just their own product, but also consumer response to changing information and dietary trends around protein consumption. Moreover, existing and emerging policies around food labeling, dietary recommendations, and environmental and climate policy interact in the marketplace to shape consumer demand in ways that provide both challenges and opportunities.

 

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