Back by popular demand: Plant-based Eating Workshop

Back by popular demand: Plant-based Eating Workshop

Thursday 5th September 2019, Reading

Due to popular demand, we are repeating our Plant-based Eating workshop.  

More people than ever before are moving towards vegan and vegetarian diets or are simply looking to reduce the amount of animal products they consume. This has resulted in an explosion of new lines and an increase in the amount of choice available to the consumer in mainstream retail. This one-day seminar will hear from those leading the field in plant-based eating. During this workshop, we will explore the drivers of change towards dietary alternatives; how brands are evolving to meet the nutritional needs of consumers as they change their diets; the NPD challenges of switching to alternatives; and how comprehensive consumer research can guide you to success. 

To find out more or to register your attendance, please contact us.


10.00 Introduction & welcome

10.15 What’s driving the change in dietary alternatives? Kate Parry, Client Director - Happen UK

11.00 The Meatless Farm Co. - Who dares wins. Robert Woodall, CEO - Meatless Farm Company

11.45 How a plant-based eating revolution gave us insights that built sustainability into all food supply chains. Wayne Martindale, Director of the Food Insights and Sustainability Service, National Centre for Food Manufacturing - University of Lincoln

12.30 Lunch

1.15 The Formulation Challenges for Plant Based Products Carole Bingley, RSSL

2.00 Using Sensory & Consumer Research to create Successful Products Tracey Sanderson, Managing Director - Sensory Dimensions

2.45 Group Discussion

3.45 Close

To find out more information, or secure your place, please contact us.