From 27th April to 29th April, 2021
Today's consumers are increasingly demanding regarding the quality and origin of the food they eat. The demand for products manufactured in a more natural and environmentally friendly way is exploding. The food industry is therefore facing the urgent need to review its practices to respond to this new trend.
In order to contribute to the development of new eco-responsible processing methods and innovative technologies, Green Food Tech (GFT) was created in 2018 to bring together experts around this issue for the first time.
The second edition of GFT will be held on May 5 and 6, 2020 in Quebec City.
• Food systems design using multicriteria evaluation
• Advances in green food technologies
• Waste reduction and valorization of by-products
• Circular economy in food processing
• Issues associated with sustainable value chains
• Processing of alternative food resources
Dr. Christoph HARTMANN, Academic Alliances and Expertise Development Lead, Nestlé Research, Switzerland
Mega trends driving food innovation and sustainable nutrition
... And also:
Dr. Jen-Yi Huang, Professor, Purdue University, USA
Formulating nutritionally adequate and environmentally sustainable dietary patterns
Dr. Geneviève Gésan-Guiziou, Senior scientist, INRA, STLO, France
Environmental design of food processes: approaches & examples in the dairy sector
Dr. Ozan Ciftci, Professor, University of Nebraska - Linkoln, USA
Development of an integrated green process to obtain a high value, stable and bioavailable lycopene product from tomato processing waste.
Dr. Alain Doyen, Professor, Université Laval, INAF, Canada
High pressure-based and pressure-driven technologies applied to emerging and alternative food resources
Scientists, students and manufacturers: do you work on food sustainability issues? You missed the opportunity to submit a proposal for GFT 2020? Take advantage of this new call for abstracts to present your work!
Send in your proposal before February 19, 2021. Learn more
This project was funded by the Innov'Action Agri-Food Program under the Canadian Partnership for Agriculture, an agreement between the governments of Canada and Quebec.
|CRIBIQ or INAF member||$ 300.00|
|General registration - None-member||$ 400.00|
|GFT 2021 : Speaker||$ 300.00|
|GFT 2021 Press||Free|