After Novameat produced the world's largest piece of cell-based cut they took on Food Tech Live back in January engaging in a virtual mainstage with other innovators.
3D printing startup Cocuus is also attending one of the most talked events of the year; the first (virtual) New Food Invest this March 18th, offering their solution as a more lucrative alternative to current food sources. The event is led through the inaugural collaboration of food awareness organization and high-profile investment agency ProVeg and Beyond Animal.
"Innovation is contagious.” - Patxi Larumbe, Cocuus co-founder.
It's clear that covid presents unique opportunities to accelerate food systems through events.
Pink Albatross has dominated major regional supermarkets and online delivery pinpoints with their 100% plant-based ice-cream. Next stop? Global.
On the heel of its latest funding announcement and its initial successes like participating in Berlin-based plant promoter Proveg´s incubator program, the startup is taking their solutions to Food Tech Matters this April for matchmaking meet-ups.
Plant-based options are growing in Spain pushing mechanisms for plant-based innovators to expand worldwide. A 2020 survey from ProVeg identified "consumers of vegetable alternatives in Spain" and saw major priorities for development across the region.