Webinar recap: The shift to alternative proteins, novel formulations address hurdles to adoption

Proteins remain a hot topic throughout the food industry, and several drivers converge to spark the development and production of alternative proteins. These alternative proteins come from a variety of sources, such as plants, algae, insects, synthetic biology, agricultural and food waste, and ev...

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