Today, I’m excited to dive deeper into one of Korea’s leading plant-based meat companies, Zikooin, whose flagship plant-based meat product, UNLIMEAT.
Behind the scenes, innovative food-ingredient companies have been quietly working with both start-ups and legacy brands to help them successfully jump on the plant-based bandwagon.
Consumer, investor, processor, producer: China has many pivotal roles to play in accelerating the global shift to new forms of meat production.
GFI APAC’s trip in China to discover the country’s place in the global plant-based supply chain and the role it could play in accelerating this new category.
‘Tis the season to reflect on what we have learned this past year and, perhaps more tempting, to make predictions for 2019! 2018 was a
When a trend gains momentum in China, it is not a wave but a tsunami. The change in behavior is astonishingly rapid and widespread.
This past week, I moderated a panel on China’s Future of Protein at the 2050 China Food Tech Summit. In front of this audience of influencers and innovators, my adrenaline was fueled, yes, by the rapt attention of the room, but much more so by the sense that this conversation was just a small ripple in a much larger, thrilling shift in the current.
Thierry Garnier, Chairman & CEO Carrefour China, put it quite simply at the summit: “This is how I explain China to my French colleagues. When marathon suddenly became a trend in China, I could walk into any room and find that 70 percent of the people have done three marathons in the past six months. Six months ago, zero percent of them were runners.”