Sophie Armour, GFI Europe Communications Manager

Sophie Armour

Senior Communications Manager & Spokesperson

Sophie Armour leitet das Kommunikationsteam von GFI Europe und setzt sich europaweit für eine sachgerechte Berichterstattung über nachhaltige Proteine ein.

Schwerpunkte: Alle Themen von GFI Europe, Medien- und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit zu alternativen Proteinen, Social Media Management.

Sophie leitet unser Kommunikationsteam. Sie erarbeitet unsere Botschaften und interdisziplinäre Kommunikationsstrategien, um die Wende zu einem nachhaltigen, sicheren und gerechten Ernährungssystem in Europa zu beschleunigen. 

Sie lebt in Sheffield, Großbritannien, und verfügt über umfangreiche Kommunikationserfahrung aus dem britischen Parlament, der Wissenschaft und dem Non-Profit-Sektor.

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Aktuelle Beiträge von Sophie

European messaging for cultivated meat

What do consumers in France, Germany, Italy and Spain think about cultivated meat – and how can we explain the positive benefits in each language?

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Netherlands to make biggest ever public investment in cellular agriculture

The Dutch government has announced a record €60 million of funding for cultivated meat and precision fermentation.

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IPCC: plant-based and cultivated meat can play critical role in halving global emissions by 2030

GFI Europe calls for public investment in sustainable proteins as the world’s top scientists recognise plant-based and cultivated meat can cut emissions, and protect nature and global health.

Enough Foods Abunda mycoprotein

A cow’s worth of protein every two minutes – how fermentation could feed millions

It might get less attention than some of the latest plant-based and cultivated meat innovations – but its flexibility, low production costs and the sheer simplicity of its inputs mean…

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COP26 agricultural investment must change how meat is made

GFI Europe calls on governments to direct at least 10% of the agricultural innovation funding announced at COP26 today towards changing meat production.

Denmark Parliament supports plant-based investment

Denmark announces 1 billion kroner for plant-based foods in historic climate agreement

The Danish government has announced over 1.25 billion kroner (€168 million) to advance plant-based foods, as part of an unprecedented climate agreement.

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Nomad Foods partners with cultivated seafood startup BlueNalu in ‘huge moment for our oceans’

GFI Europe welcomes collaboration that will “supercharge progress towards the commercialisation of cultivated seafood, and a truly sustainable seafood industry”.

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McDonald’s UK launch of McPlant will ‘introduce more people than ever to sustainable food choices’

The Good Food Institute Europe responds to McDonald’s UK launch of a plant-based burger.