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The future of animal protein: feeding a hungry world

The task is simple…we must feed approximately 10 billion people on this planet by the year 2050, and do so with the same basic level of natural resources that available today.

 

The task is simple…we must feed approximately 10 billion people on this planet by the year 2050, and do so with the same basic level of natural resources that available today. As it pertains to animal protein, we must be able to do this under mounting pressures of labor, arable land, and water scarcity. Additionally, we must do so under increased regulatory and societal scrutiny of the very technologies that have enabled past advancements in resource utilization, productivity, and environmental stewardship.

  • Opportunities and Challenges in Animal Protein Industry Sustainability: The Battle Between Science and Consumer Perception – Dr. Jude Capper, Livestock Sustainability Consultant
  • Meat Industry 4.0: A Distant Future? – Dr. Shai Barbut, University of Guelph
  • Protein demand: review of plant and animal proteins used in alternative protein product development and production – Dr. Ann Brackenridge, Cargill Inc.

Activists Update/Watch

The future of animal protein: feeding a hungry world

The task is simple…we must feed approximately 10 billion people on this planet by the year 2050, and do so with the same basic level of natural resources that available today.

 

The task is simple…we must feed approximately 10 billion people on this planet by the year 2050, and do so with the same basic level of natural resources that available today. As it pertains to animal protein, we must be able to do this under mounting pressures of labor, arable land, and water scarcity. Additionally, we must do so under increased regulatory and societal scrutiny of the very technologies that have enabled past advancements in resource utilization, productivity, and environmental stewardship.

  • Opportunities and Challenges in Animal Protein Industry Sustainability: The Battle Between Science and Consumer Perception – Dr. Jude Capper, Livestock Sustainability Consultant
  • Meat Industry 4.0: A Distant Future? – Dr. Shai Barbut, University of Guelph
  • Protein demand: review of plant and animal proteins used in alternative protein product development and production – Dr. Ann Brackenridge, Cargill Inc.

Career Development

The future of animal protein: feeding a hungry world

The task is simple…we must feed approximately 10 billion people on this planet by the year 2050, and do so with the same basic level of natural resources that available today.

 

The task is simple…we must feed approximately 10 billion people on this planet by the year 2050, and do so with the same basic level of natural resources that available today. As it pertains to animal protein, we must be able to do this under mounting pressures of labor, arable land, and water scarcity. Additionally, we must do so under increased regulatory and societal scrutiny of the very technologies that have enabled past advancements in resource utilization, productivity, and environmental stewardship.

  • Opportunities and Challenges in Animal Protein Industry Sustainability: The Battle Between Science and Consumer Perception – Dr. Jude Capper, Livestock Sustainability Consultant
  • Meat Industry 4.0: A Distant Future? – Dr. Shai Barbut, University of Guelph
  • Protein demand: review of plant and animal proteins used in alternative protein product development and production – Dr. Ann Brackenridge, Cargill Inc.

Food Animal Antibiotic Use

The future of animal protein: feeding a hungry world

The task is simple…we must feed approximately 10 billion people on this planet by the year 2050, and do so with the same basic level of natural resources that available today.

 

The task is simple…we must feed approximately 10 billion people on this planet by the year 2050, and do so with the same basic level of natural resources that available today. As it pertains to animal protein, we must be able to do this under mounting pressures of labor, arable land, and water scarcity. Additionally, we must do so under increased regulatory and societal scrutiny of the very technologies that have enabled past advancements in resource utilization, productivity, and environmental stewardship.

  • Opportunities and Challenges in Animal Protein Industry Sustainability: The Battle Between Science and Consumer Perception – Dr. Jude Capper, Livestock Sustainability Consultant
  • Meat Industry 4.0: A Distant Future? – Dr. Shai Barbut, University of Guelph
  • Protein demand: review of plant and animal proteins used in alternative protein product development and production – Dr. Ann Brackenridge, Cargill Inc.

Food Safety

The future of animal protein: feeding a hungry world

The task is simple…we must feed approximately 10 billion people on this planet by the year 2050, and do so with the same basic level of natural resources that available today.

 

The task is simple…we must feed approximately 10 billion people on this planet by the year 2050, and do so with the same basic level of natural resources that available today. As it pertains to animal protein, we must be able to do this under mounting pressures of labor, arable land, and water scarcity. Additionally, we must do so under increased regulatory and societal scrutiny of the very technologies that have enabled past advancements in resource utilization, productivity, and environmental stewardship.

  • Opportunities and Challenges in Animal Protein Industry Sustainability: The Battle Between Science and Consumer Perception – Dr. Jude Capper, Livestock Sustainability Consultant
  • Meat Industry 4.0: A Distant Future? – Dr. Shai Barbut, University of Guelph
  • Protein demand: review of plant and animal proteins used in alternative protein product development and production – Dr. Ann Brackenridge, Cargill Inc.

Industry Updates

The future of animal protein: feeding a hungry world

The task is simple…we must feed approximately 10 billion people on this planet by the year 2050, and do so with the same basic level of natural resources that available today.

 

The task is simple…we must feed approximately 10 billion people on this planet by the year 2050, and do so with the same basic level of natural resources that available today. As it pertains to animal protein, we must be able to do this under mounting pressures of labor, arable land, and water scarcity. Additionally, we must do so under increased regulatory and societal scrutiny of the very technologies that have enabled past advancements in resource utilization, productivity, and environmental stewardship.

  • Opportunities and Challenges in Animal Protein Industry Sustainability: The Battle Between Science and Consumer Perception – Dr. Jude Capper, Livestock Sustainability Consultant
  • Meat Industry 4.0: A Distant Future? – Dr. Shai Barbut, University of Guelph
  • Protein demand: review of plant and animal proteins used in alternative protein product development and production – Dr. Ann Brackenridge, Cargill Inc.

Meat in the Diet

The future of animal protein: feeding a hungry world

The task is simple…we must feed approximately 10 billion people on this planet by the year 2050, and do so with the same basic level of natural resources that available today.

 

The task is simple…we must feed approximately 10 billion people on this planet by the year 2050, and do so with the same basic level of natural resources that available today. As it pertains to animal protein, we must be able to do this under mounting pressures of labor, arable land, and water scarcity. Additionally, we must do so under increased regulatory and societal scrutiny of the very technologies that have enabled past advancements in resource utilization, productivity, and environmental stewardship.

  • Opportunities and Challenges in Animal Protein Industry Sustainability: The Battle Between Science and Consumer Perception – Dr. Jude Capper, Livestock Sustainability Consultant
  • Meat Industry 4.0: A Distant Future? – Dr. Shai Barbut, University of Guelph
  • Protein demand: review of plant and animal proteins used in alternative protein product development and production – Dr. Ann Brackenridge, Cargill Inc.

Quality

The future of animal protein: feeding a hungry world

The task is simple…we must feed approximately 10 billion people on this planet by the year 2050, and do so with the same basic level of natural resources that available today.

 

The task is simple…we must feed approximately 10 billion people on this planet by the year 2050, and do so with the same basic level of natural resources that available today. As it pertains to animal protein, we must be able to do this under mounting pressures of labor, arable land, and water scarcity. Additionally, we must do so under increased regulatory and societal scrutiny of the very technologies that have enabled past advancements in resource utilization, productivity, and environmental stewardship.

  • Opportunities and Challenges in Animal Protein Industry Sustainability: The Battle Between Science and Consumer Perception – Dr. Jude Capper, Livestock Sustainability Consultant
  • Meat Industry 4.0: A Distant Future? – Dr. Shai Barbut, University of Guelph
  • Protein demand: review of plant and animal proteins used in alternative protein product development and production – Dr. Ann Brackenridge, Cargill Inc.

Sensory

The future of animal protein: feeding a hungry world

The task is simple…we must feed approximately 10 billion people on this planet by the year 2050, and do so with the same basic level of natural resources that available today.

 

The task is simple…we must feed approximately 10 billion people on this planet by the year 2050, and do so with the same basic level of natural resources that available today. As it pertains to animal protein, we must be able to do this under mounting pressures of labor, arable land, and water scarcity. Additionally, we must do so under increased regulatory and societal scrutiny of the very technologies that have enabled past advancements in resource utilization, productivity, and environmental stewardship.

  • Opportunities and Challenges in Animal Protein Industry Sustainability: The Battle Between Science and Consumer Perception – Dr. Jude Capper, Livestock Sustainability Consultant
  • Meat Industry 4.0: A Distant Future? – Dr. Shai Barbut, University of Guelph
  • Protein demand: review of plant and animal proteins used in alternative protein product development and production – Dr. Ann Brackenridge, Cargill Inc.

Sustainability

The future of animal protein: feeding a hungry world

The task is simple…we must feed approximately 10 billion people on this planet by the year 2050, and do so with the same basic level of natural resources that available today.

 

The task is simple…we must feed approximately 10 billion people on this planet by the year 2050, and do so with the same basic level of natural resources that available today. As it pertains to animal protein, we must be able to do this under mounting pressures of labor, arable land, and water scarcity. Additionally, we must do so under increased regulatory and societal scrutiny of the very technologies that have enabled past advancements in resource utilization, productivity, and environmental stewardship.

  • Opportunities and Challenges in Animal Protein Industry Sustainability: The Battle Between Science and Consumer Perception – Dr. Jude Capper, Livestock Sustainability Consultant
  • Meat Industry 4.0: A Distant Future? – Dr. Shai Barbut, University of Guelph
  • Protein demand: review of plant and animal proteins used in alternative protein product development and production – Dr. Ann Brackenridge, Cargill Inc.

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