Announcing the official launch of the Global Plant-Based Foods Ecosystem

We´re delighted to share with you the official launch of the Global Plant-Based Foods EcoSystem, a unique platform where more than 100 industry leaders across the value chain have been collaborating on shaping a global plant-based foods research agenda since 2019. It is exclusive and on invitation-basis only.

The aim of the Global Plant-Based Foods Ecosystem is to accelerate the transition towards a more plant-based diet, with better foods, produced in a sustainable way, as well as increase food security with an abundant supply of proteins for food, feed, and pet food markets. It also aims to initiate €1 Billion Public-Private Partnerships by 2025.

The growth of the future business is related to the quality and depth of the EcoSystems of each organization, and the involvement of leaders from research, development, quality, sustainability, and innovation. This EcoSystem is building scale with experts from global food brands, ingredient & processing technology companies, research institutes, universities, grower associations, and breeders, like:
> Food Brands: Nestle, Unilever, KraftHeinz, Maple Leaf, Simply V, General Mills, Bonduelle, Amidori, Danone, Bush Brothers, Quorn, Upfield, Kelloggs, Ruggenwalder, Chobani, Sabra, Nutrition & Sante, Sofine Foods, Nomad Foods, HainDaniels, Conagra, FrieslandCampina, Fonterra, Tyson
> Food Ingredients: Avebe, Avena, Cosucra, Ruitenberg, Bunge, Cargill, Novozymes, Fuji Oil, Loryma, Corbion, ICL, BioSpringer, Roquette, Emsland, Hebra Ingredients, Iff, AM Nutrition, Mane, Ingredion, Cosun, Botaneco, Doehler, Wilmar, DSM, AmanoEnzyme, Nutris, GradOil
> Food Processing Technology: Buhler, Wenger, ST Equipment, Hosokawa, Pall, Wafilin Systems, Poittemil, Flottweg, Andritz
> Universities: Wageningen University, University Manitoba, University Saskatchewan, University Alberta, Maastricht University, Reading University
> Research Institutes: Improve, CSIRO, VTT, INRAE
> Pulse Growers: Saskatchewan Pulse Growers
> AgBiotech: Keygene
> Associations: Protein Industries Canada, Donau Soja

Learn more about the benefits of joining and how it works HERE

Interested in how to be invited to join the Ecosystem? Contact us!

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