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Global proteins demand is expected to soar 40% between now and 2030 only.

Relying essentially on the production of animal protein in order to meet this increased need is out of reach for our planet. It is therefore critical to strike a better balance between animal proteins and plant-based proteins in people’s diets all over the world.

Hence the challenge: to break new ground and speed up the rate at which people are starting to adopt plant-based proteins in their diets throughout the world.

Are you a project bearer or a start-up company of less than three years existence? Are you developing innovative products, processes, services or applications that involve plant-based proteins?

Are you looking to guarantee your company’s viability and boost its growth on local and international markets?

Join Village by CA North of France, part of the most promising cutting-edge ecosystem in France and Europe that gathers world class industrial companies, top research and academic institutions and potential investors, alongside two clusters that help structure the plant-based protein sector: the Nutrition, Health & Longevity Cluster and the Industry and Agro-Resources, the French bio-economy Cluster.


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2 categories, 6 nominees, here is what you wouldn’t want to have missed during the NutriAwards !

The tension reached peaks, they’ve been waiting for weeks, but finally, the nominees got to know the results on the afternoon of June 17th.

The University of Foggia won the best innovative process for a detoxification method of gluten proteins of wheat grain in a category where Biolie was presenting an enzymatic extraction technique in aqueous phase and Antofénol was presenting a vegetal eco-extraction method.

Presenting for best innovative product, Do Eat got awarded for creating edible verrines extracted from potatoes. This award was also coveted by Jungbunzlauer, presenting for Erylite Erythritol, a sugar replacer and by Diana Food, presenting Eyesee, an eye health ingredient extracted from carrots.

Both representative of our sponsors Nutrikéo and Seventure Partners were present to hand out the awards themselves to the winners : the University of Foggia got rewarded by 20 hours of consultancy by Seventure Partners, and Do Eat got rewarded by 20 hours by Nutrikéo.