Thank you for your interest in the New Food Conference.
After closely monitoring the implications of COVID-19 for public events, we have decided to postpone the New Food Conference. A new date will be announced soon.
The wellbeing of our speakers, sponsors, attendees, and staff is our primary concern. We take our responsibility as hosts very seriously and by no means want to contribute to the further spread of COVID-19. Under the given circumstances and in compliance with current hygiene and safety measures, we see no way to host the New Food Conference as the connecting and inspiring event it is intended to be.
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Disruptive protein technology and the market for sustainable food solutions are both growing at a mind-blowing pace. The New Food Conference is a unique, industry-oriented event that aims to accelerate and empower these innovative food technologies by bringing together key stakeholders. It is Europe’s first and biggest conference on new-protein solutions.
The first edition was a great success, and our industry partners have encouraged us to expand the event as they deem it highly valuable for their sector.
In response, the next edition of the conference will take place in a new – and larger – venue, where participants will meet leading experts, have access to valuable networks, and get the latest on cutting-edge novel-food innovation and development, investment strategies, plant-based best practices, retail psychology and, of course, the latest news on advancements in the cultured‑meat sector.
The New Food Conference 2019 was the first of its kind in Europe, featuring plant-based innovations as well as cultured-meat research. The programme was exceptional and packed with knowledge – high-profile speakers covered a wide range of subjects, from inspiring best-practices to the technical and regulatory, all embedded in a highly interactive atmosphere.
Some experts dare to say that by 2030, dairy products from cows will mostly be replaced by microbial protein solutions and plant-based nutrition. It is an extremely exciting time and the last New Food Conference gave a good glimpse of what to expect in the food sector over the next 5-10 years.