Implications of COP21 to Sustainable Food
The world climate summit in Paris (COP21) highlighted the need to reduce greenhouse gases in the food industry.
With livestock products generating as much emissions as energy and transport, how can the food industry move towards plant-based alternatives? What sustainable proteins are emerging? What are the developments in dairy-free and meat-free products?
Such questions will be addressed in the upcoming Sustainable Foods Summit, hosted in San Francisco on January 20-22.
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Read the full COP21 implications article here
Founder and CEO,
In his keynote, Tetrick will give insights into how Hampton Creek is creating the world’s largest plant database to develop sustainable proteins.
Special Projects Director,
A leading health food chain shares its experiences with sustainable foods and what food labels are most important and why.
The Sustainable Foods Summit will bring together senior executives from across the food industry to discuss sustainability issues. Confirmed participants include...
Organic & sustainable food companies: Whitewave Foods, Plum Organics, Straus Family Creamery, Enjoy Life Foods, Hampton Creek, Sambazon, Alter Eco, Nutiva, REBBL, Califia Farms, Back to the Roots, Amy's Kitchen, The Nunes Company, Traditional Medicinals, Paramount Coffee Company, ZEGO, Follow Your Heart, Harmless Harvest, etc.
Large food companies: General Mills, Kellog Company, Sierra Nevada, Driscoll’s, Taylor Farms, Otis McAllister, Peri & Sons, Bonduelle, etc.
Ingredient companies: Daabon Organic, Beraca, SunRidge Farms, Qualitas Health, Tiny Farms, High Quality Organics, Florida Food Products, Quadra Chemicals, Vanilla Saffron Imports, Ciranda, etc.
Retailers & related firms: Whole Foods Market, Compass Group, Natural Grocers, Illy Cafe NA, Independent Natural Food Retailers Association, Lyons Magnus, Rechstreex, National Co-op Grocers, Chick-Fil-A, etc.
Certification & related agencies: Humane Farm Animal Care, Control Union, FLO Cert, Rainforest Alliance, SGS, Ecocert, Keller & Heckman, CCOF, Good Housekeeping Institute, Lane Powell, QAI International, etc.
Packaging firms & NGOs: Innovia Films, Corbion, Environmental Packaging International, Sarong, Tipa, Food Tank, AG Innovations, Fairtrade America, WWF, Rainforest Action Network, Fair Trade USA, Pulse Canada, Center for Food Safety, etc.
Only the Sustainable Foods Summit regularly brings together key stake-holder groups at international summits. Click here to receive the final conference program.
About the summit
Organized by Organic Monitor, this is the 6th North American edition of this international series of summits.
In 2016, there will also be European (9-10 June) and Latin American (29-30 June) editions. More information, including testimonials is available here
Please register now to avoid missing out on this unique event.
Special rates are available for NGOs, academics and small firms.
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Mike Dovbish, North American Representative, at 415-254-1116 or email firstname.lastname@example.org