Alternative proteins in European food culture – chefs offer a serving of wisdom at Good Food Conference
Last week’s Good Food Conference was a fantastic opportunity to take stock of how far the global plant-based, cultivated meat and fermentation sectors have grown. Read some key highlights from Carlotte in our corporate engagement team who was on the ground at the event.
“Le dichiarazioni secondo cui il Parlamento Europeo avrebbe vietato la carne coltivata sono errate” afferma il think tank Good Food Europe
“La notizia diffusasi in Italia secondo cui la Commissione per l’Agricoltura e lo Sviluppo Rurale del Parlamento Europeo avrebbe adottato un divieto riguardante la carne coltivata è errata” hanno affermato gli esperti del think tank no-profit Good Food Institute Europe.
The newly formed Italian Complementary Protein Alliance, representing a cross-section of stakeholders with interests in Italy’s agri-food landscape, was unable to take part in the hearings as they only became public after the deadline for requesting participation had passed.
All’Alleanza Italiana per le Proteine Complementari, recentemente costituita, non è stato possibile prendere parte alle audizioni poiché sono diventate pubbliche solo quando il termine per poter partecipare era scaduto.
Companies have received €1.2 million in additional funding from EIT Food to develop innovative products to reduce the cost of producing cultivated meat within the next two years.
A career spent analysing the chemistry behind milk has given Etske Bijl unique insights to help her develop the world’s first precision fermentation-made hard cheese.
How to overcome hurdles for plant-based and fermentation scale-up: a case study from Sheffield Olympic Legacy Park
With economic headwinds facing the food sector, conducting sorely needed research and development into healthy, sustainable foods is harder than ever for companies. We visited a pilot plant seeking to lower the hurdles for companies looking to bring such innovations from concept to consumer.
Government should invest £78 million annually in research between 2025-2030 as part of its science superpower mission.
Meet 7 researchers who used GFI research grants to help transform the future of food. Could you be next?
GFI’s 2023 research grant programme is open for proposals. Meet some of the researchers at the cutting edge of this burgeoning sector, learn how their work was helped by our grant programme, and how to apply to this year’s scheme.