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Food Ingredients Asia

Online / Thailand
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Aileen Supriyadi Senior Analyst

Session date and time:

16 Sep 21 | UTC Time: 12:00 AM -

16 Sep 21 | UTC Time: 12:00 AM

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Food Ingredients Asia (FI Asia) is the number one meeting place for the entire food & beverage industry in the ASEAN region. Fi Asia gathers leading domestic and international ingredient suppliers, distributors and food and beverage manufacturers from across the ASEAN region and all over the world.

This year, Fi Asia Online Event will take place from 9-22 September 2021. A 2 weeks online platform will facilitate unlimited connections for food and beverage ingredients companies. The features include an interactive digital showcase for sourcing innovative products and services, advanced matchmaking solution for connecting with new and existing partners and world-renowned speakers for learning about the latest innovation and food & beverage industry development.

Register HERE.

Session title: Alternative Proteins

Session description: The growing awareness of protein consumption globally is stimulated by the search for ideal sources of proteins. In countries with economic wealth, consumers have started to move away from animal proteins and replacing them with alternative-protein sources. In contrast, unique challenges remain in less developed countries, including Asia Pacific. Euromonitor International will break down the latest global and regional protein developments, discuss how opportunities exist in Asia Pacific and highlight the prospects of this segment.

Session date and time: 16 September, 1-2pm Bangkok time

Speaker name and title: Aileen Supriyadi, Senior Analyst

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