The dates have been announced for two significant alternative protein events: The Good Food Conference 2023 and the Asia-Pacific Agri-Food Innovation Summit.

The APAC Agri-Food Innovation Summit will be held at the Marina Bay Sands Expo & Convention Centre in Singapore from 31 October to 2 November, as part of the Singapore International Agri-Food Week.

The event brings together over 1,200 global experts to discuss how to effectively, safely and sustainably build Asia’s agri-food system. Attendees will be able to connect with industry leaders and gain insight into the latest trends, technologies and strategies shaping the future of agriculture and food production, including urban agriculture, aquaculture and novel proteins.

“This year you’ll find even more of the content you want, with themed tracks for agriculture and food, more start-up pitches and investor sessions, novel food tastings, live cooking, networking lunches and drinks receptions and a busy 1-1 meetings hub,” an email from the event organisers reads.

Former v2food CEO, Nick Hazell, at last year’s Agri-Food Innovation Summit.

From 18-20 September 2023, the Good Food Conference will return, in person, to San Francisco.

The Good Food Conference: Path to 2030 will bring together over 1,000 innovators, scientists, policy-makers, industry leaders and philanthropists involved in driving policy action, overcoming scientific hurdles and propelling public and private investments in alternative proteins.

Hosted by the Good Food Institute (GFI), this year’s Good Food Conference will give attendees access to data and analyses from GFI, government agencies and alternative protein organisations, while also hosting in-depth sessions exploring advances in cultivated meat, precision fermentation and plant-based foods, as well as interactive workshops, roundtables and networking opportunities.

“Together, we can build the scientific, policy, and market ecosystem needed for a global protein transition, tackle the biggest alternative protein challenges and opportunities on near-horizon, and diversify and catalyse the entire field,” the GFI website reads.

Registrations will go live in May.

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