The future of Australia’s alternative proteins sector will be in the spotlight when AltProteins 22 – Australia and New Zealand’s first-ever alternative proteins conference – takes place in Melbourne on May 17.
Powered by Food Frontier, the region’s independent think tank on alternative proteins, and supported by the Victorian Government, AltProteins 22 will bring together industry pioneers, agri-food and policy experts, and researchers to explore transformative ideas, insights and developments that will inform the trajectory of alternative proteins down under.
Victorian Minister for Agriculture Mary-Anne Thomas said: “We are proud to be supporting the inaugural AltProteins 22, the first conference of its kind in Australia and New Zealand.
“This event presents a fantastic opportunity to explore the growth potential of alternative proteins, which we’ve identified as a key emerging industry in our state’s agriculture strategy.”
More than 20 speakers will feature as part of 11 sessions, discussing everything from emerging opportunities for the agriculture sector, new Australian consumer insights, to cultivated meat’s path to market and the Asia export opportunity.