Is a feed revolution on the way?

By Jane Byrne contact

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Find out at Feed Protein Vision in Amsterdam in March where supermarket and food service giants, livestock and fish feed manufacturers as well as agribusiness market analysts and leading academics will weigh up the transformation capabilities of new protein sources from insect to methane gas derived meal for farmed animal and fish diets.

The one and half day Feed Protein Vision​ ​event will also assess whether Europe, which relies on imports for 70% of its feed protein requirements, can ever become self-sufficient in such components.

Our stellar line up of experts includes speakers from FEFAC, Rabobank, LMC International, ForFarmers, Skretting and Agrifirm. Also joining the conversation on the 6-7 March 2018 will be a sourcing expert from McDonalds, a global company with massive influence that is championing exciting research in this space.

Leading European retailer, Waitrose and Ahold Delhaize, will participate in the Protein Challenge 2040 workshop, which takes place towards the end of second day of the event.

In addition, we will hear from leading sustainable agriculture experts from the US, researchers based at Cornell University and UC Davis as well as academics from Aalborg University, Wageningen Livestock Research, the University of Stirling, the Norwegian University of Life Sciences and the Danish Technological Institute.

Register now for Feed Protein Vision​.

The event is a must for any feed company that takes an innovative and sustainable approach to protein seriously. With debates, speed networking opportunities, and a chance to munch over hot button topics at lunch, you will connect with people working on innovation in feed protein or related fields.

Forward-thinking innovation is key to both a sustainable supply chain and sustainable market success.

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