Many people are looking for sources of protein to replace meat. The reasons vary from dietary and cultural preferences to ecological and animal welfare concerns. In addition, we face the challenge of feeding a global population and must come up with an effective solution. Today, we decided to take a look at a protein source that might be quite unexpected for many – algae.
“Food waste” refers to food appropriate for human consumption being discarded, whether or not after it is kept beyond its expiry date or left to spoil. 30 % to 35 % of global food resources are not consumed by mankind. This means, that resources worth over 1 trillion $ are thrown away, which indicates a high level of inefficiency within the food industry, especially if we compare it to other sectors.
Seeking change and new tasting experiences brings our society from one hype to the other. Ranging from Italian food, over burgers, sushi, poke bowl or Vietnamese cuisine, food trend phenomena keep on changing on a regular basis.
However, we have good news for those of you who keep on striving for thrilling their taste buds: Eating insects is increasing its popularity.
Work together with experts from Day 1 and develop concepts that you will be able to apply to your specific business case. Connect with other workshop participants coming from various sectors within food industry. Don’t miss the chance to exchange knowledge and get valuable feedback on your ideas from the colleagues working across the entire food value chain, from production and transportation to distribution and wholesale.