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Future Food-Tech Summit Showcases 23 Game-Changing Start-Ups Working Towards Sustainable Nutrition


September 23, 2021
From Vegconomist
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Future Food-Tech Summit Showcases 23 Game-Changing Start-Ups Working Towards Sustainable Nutrition – vegconomist – the vegan business magazine


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    As consumer awareness of the source, nutritional content, and environmental impact of their diet grows, food-tech innovators are creating new solutions to meet the new paradigm. The summit will present 23 such pioneering innovators from across the globe at its next London event. 

    Being held on September 30 – October 1 the summit will showcase startups from the fields of precision and microbial fermentation, food as medicine, functional ingredients, plant-based alternatives, personalized nutrition, AI and data science, supply chain transparency, biotechnology, sugar reduction, and the microbiome. 

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    In the precision fermentation sector, South Africa’s De Novo Dairy will be presented – Africa’s first food-tech company focusing on precision fermentation to produce functional, sustainable dairy proteins. In the field of microbial fermentation, Canada’s Blue Heron will showcase its next-generation plant-based vegan artisan cheeses, with active bacterial cultures and enzymes specific to plant-based protein reactions.  

    In the alt egg category, Israel’s Yo-Egg will present its hyper-realistic, plant-based. Many more game-changing early and mid-stage companies will join the Future Food-Tech summit, bringing together food brands, retailers, ingredient manufacturers, technology providers, and investors for two days of high-impact online networking and knowledge exchange. 

    “At Yo-Egg, we strongly believe people really do want a humane alternative to the traditional egg. You see it in the growing demand for organic or cage free eggs. The change is driven by the consumers, at Yo-Egg we are simply making it easier for them to switch. Our sunny side up and poached eggs are only the beginning. There are a lot of surprises coming up,” shares Eran Groner, Co-Founder and CEO at Yo-Egg.

    The full programme, speaking faculty and delegate registration are available now at




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