Milk and Meat Production Without the Environmental Impact?

Posted on:December 16, 2019

Consumers’ concept of clean labeling has expanded to include the environmental impact of foods and how they’re produced. But, are consumers ready for scientists to begin tampering with the ecological makeup of cows’ digestive system? An article on BBC’s online … Continue reading


Consumer Sales Data on Plant and Animal Proteins

Posted on:December 3, 2019

HIGH-PROTEIN DIETS mean different things to different people. So stated Kasey Farrell, Data Product Manager, Product Intelligence Team SPINS, while setting the stage for her talk “The Age of Protein: Emerging Opportunity for Plant-Based Alternatives.” Historically, vegan products have been … Continue reading


Easy to Long-Range Strategies for Sustainable Protein Foods

Posted on:November 22, 2019

THE CHALLENGES OF AND POTENTIAL steps toward achieving and maintaining a sustainable, global protein supply were the focus of a presentation from Clyde Don, Ph.D., a consultant in the food science and green chemical industries, based in the Netherlands, and … Continue reading


Consumer Attitudes & Protein Sources: An Overview

Posted on:November 3, 2019

CONSUMERS AROUND THE GLOBE are increasingly interested in eating more protein, and they are obtaining that protein from an evolving variety of sources. Julie Johnson, General Manager of HealthFocus International, presented illuminating results from several recent surveys in her presentation … Continue reading


Transitioning Omnivores Shift Toward Plant-Based Diets

Posted on:October 22, 2019

“Where does ‘science’ meet a company’s marketing objectives?” And, what does ‘clean label’ mean?” So enquired Rachel Cheatham, Ph.D., Founder & CEO, Foodscape Group, LLC in her presentation titled “Delivering Clean Label to the Transitioning Omnivore.” “There are a lot … Continue reading


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