Smart Protein Summit 2022 opens in Delhi

The essential summit for this sunrise sector is going ‘mission mode’ to establish smart protein as a key pillar of India’s new green economy

The Smart Protein Summit 2022 is the third edition by the Good Food Institute India in partnership with FICCI and support from the Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Government Of India, which is poised to transform the future of food and establish smart protein as a key pillar of India’s new green economy. 

The Summit, being held on 13th and 14th October in New Delhi, will emphasise on the smart protein sector, plant based foods, government support, startups role, infrastructure required, financing options, scientific research, technological developments, creating smart protein corridors between countries. 

The Summit will witness the presence of leading academicians and researchers such as Dr Ravishankar CN (Director, ICAR-CIFE), Dr Gurmeet Singh (Professor & Center Head, TDU), Sunil Marwah (CEO, FICSI), VK Vidyarthi, APEDA, Dr N Madhusudhana Rao (CEO, AIC-CCMB), Arun Chawla, Director General, FICCI and Deepak Bagla, Invest India. 

“After years of laying the groundwork for cross-border knowledge and technology transfer between India and other smart protein hubs like Israel, the Netherlands, USA, Canada, and others, we’re really looking forward to discussing opportunities for India to deepen bilateral relationships with countries that are pioneering research, manufacturing, and investment in this sunrise sector,” says GFI India’s Senior Innovation Specialist Nicole Rocque about the initiative.

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