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Smart Protein: What does the consumer want?

WEBINAR DESCRIPTION:

Smart Protein is a €10 million, EU-funded project that seeks to develop the next generation of foods which are cost effective, resource efficient, and nutritious. As part of the project, alternative protein sources such as legumes and side streams of beer and pasta production are used to generate ingredients and plant-based meat, seafood, dairy products and baked goods.

During the webinar we will bring together a panel of expert speakers who will share knowledge gained from market trends, consumer surveys, retail insights and research into consumer perceptions. Throughout the session we will explore what the consumer of today and tomorrow will look for in the plant-based products that they consume.

This webinar is aimed at professionals with an interest in food and beverage development, manufacturing or retail, in addition to Smart Protein project consortium members and members of the Smart Protein Stakeholder Advisory Board.

You will be able to ask questions via the Q&A in Zoom. If you already have questions that you would like answered during the webinar, please reach out via email to [email protected].

11:00 am - 12:15 am CET

15 October 2020

DR KAI-BRIT BECHTOLD

SENIOR CONSUMER RESEARCH SCIENTIST AT PROVEG INTERNATIONAL

David Hedin

CONSULTANT AT EUROMONITOR INTERNATIONAL

CHRIS BRYANT

DIRECTOR OF SOCIAL SCIENCE AT THE CELLULAR AGRICULTURE SOCIETY

NICOLAS DHERS

STRATEGIC DIRECTOR ON FOOD TRANSITION AT CARREFOUR

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