Your favourite stories and webinars of 2020

10 most-read stories of 2020

Here’s the list of our 10 most-read stories of 2020. Thank you to everyone who generously shared their time and wisdom with us, we learned a lot and look forward to working with many more of you in 2021:

1. How Nabati Foods is carving out a spot in the plant-based food market

2. NAIT research chef passionate about creating new products with prairie crops

3. Leduc food processing centre a true partner in helping entrepreneurs get products to market

4. How Rowland Farms is helping to build a billion-dollar hemp industry

5. U of C research looks to increase seed protein by 20 per cent

6. Partnership potential with agrifood powerhouse Denmark 

7. U of A researchers work closely with industry to study plant proteins

8. Now’s the time to push for value-added agrifood projects in Alberta

9. 3 female founders share their plant-based journey — and their tips

10. Flour to face creams: biorefinery helps entrepreneurs grow their business

You can read more stories here about the people, entrepreneurs, researchers and others working to grow the plant-based protein industry in Alberta.

10 top webinars

While we had to cancel several scheduled workshops due to the pandemic, we quickly moved to hosting webinars. It allowed us to reach out to old friends, as well as connect with new speakers and new audiences. Here are the top 10 webinars, according to registration numbers:

1. How are Meatless Meats Made?

2. Cooking Plant Protein Burgers with Research Chef Maynard

3. Female Founders in Food Innovation

4. Plant Protein 101

5. Fractionation 101

6. Financing 101

7. Disruptive Food Industry Trends with Sylvain Charlebois

8. Global Consumer Behaviour with David Hughes

9. Drones & Robots: Stories of Innovation in Agtech

10. Healthy Eating and Cooking with Pulses

You can find all webinar videos and other resources on our website here.
Learn about our 2021 upcoming webinars here.
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Posted Dec. 31, 2020
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Dennis McKnight networking at Plant Protein Alliance of Alberta event in January 2019