Forum & Expo "ProteinTek"

Trends and technologies in the production and use of vegetable & microbial proteins

Forum is dedicated to the development trends and technologies in the production and use of plant's & microbial proteins for human consumption and animal feed and will be held on September 23-24, 2020 in Moscow.

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Who will attend:

  • Ìanufacturers, importers and processors of soybeans, sunflower meal, peas, rapeseed and other vegetable proteins.
  • Manufacturers dry stillage & spent grains.
  • Producers of feed protein from methane and other non-traditional sources.
  • Producers of feed yeast.
  • Manufacturers of protein for functional food.
  • Manufacturers of compound feeds.
  • Food producers.

Take note: "ProProtein-2020" Forum & Expo
Production and use of animal (fishmeal, meat and bone meal, feather meal) & synthetic proteins (cultured meat) animal (fishmeal & MBM) & synthetic proteins (cultured meat).
September 23, 2020 in Moscow.

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Forum's Interviews


Plant-based meat alternatives crowd U.S. grocery stores

 21.08.2019 12:27:11

(Reuters) - Plant-based meat alternatives have seen booming interest from consumers, prompting a growing number of companies to enter the space in hopes of carving out a spot for their products in the competitive supermarket aisle.

Making Protein From Thin Air? Yes, Startups Are Doing It

 22.07.2019 10:36:23

As the population sets to explode to about 10 billion people on the planet by 2050, many are concerned we're moving into a situation where we cannot produce enough of the essential nutrients to feed our populous using traditional agriculture. Some claim we've already exceeded the carrying capacity of the earth-or the maximum population size of a species the environment can sustain indefinitely.

Fast growth for insects for feed market

 22.07.2019 10:35:29

It is estimated that edible insects for animal feed market will reach US$ 267.9 million by the end of 2018 in terms of value, and is forecasted to reach US$ 2385.6 million by the end of 2029.