Protein Transition Conference – New conference organised by Jakajima

From farming animals to farming cells – is this the future? The Online Protein Transition Conference (June, 16, 2021, 14:00 – 18.00 CET) organised by Jakajima focuses on cutting edge research & commercial initiatives towards protein-rich alternative food sources.

It is very clear that a considerable portion of our protein is consumed through products from animal origin. This consumption is one of the key factors causing current routes for food production to be insufficiently efficient to feed the growing, and more affluent world population. Meat production is inefficient with respect to the use of land, water and raw materials and it has serious impact on the environment. With a growing world population and a global rise in demand for meat, we need to make a transition to high quality protein-rich alternative food sources, while simultaneously considering human health and environmental sustainability.

There are several routes to follow, but this conference will focus on the two major alternatives:

  • Plant based proteins (also called meat alternatives)
  • Cultured Meat

The following topics will be covered during the conference:

  • R&D on supporting technologies like Biofabrication, 3D Printing, 3D Bioprinting etc.
  • R&D on cell structure, taste, texture, flavor, color, nutritional value, muscle structure etc.
  • Life Cycle Analysis (LCA)
  • Impact on agriculture industry
  • Social impacts of cultured meat (consumer adoption, society, economy)
  • Patent / Legal and Regulatory issues
  • Investment opportunities

Be among those who secure their seats for only € 95,- (excl. VAT). REGISTER HERE

Who should attend:

  • Food scientists
  • Food manufacturing Industry
  • Bio-Industry
  • Pharmaceutical Industry
  • Agricultural Industry
  • Suppliers to the Food / Bio industry
  • Hardware & Software suppliers
  • Health Care professionals
  • Hospitality & Catering Industry
  • Foodpreneurs
  • Certification & Food Safety Institutions
  • Public Health Organisations
  • Cultured Meat startups
  • Meat alternative startups
  • Investors
  • Regulatory Institutions
  • Governmental Organisations
  • Health Insurers

This conference is related to the following conferences: