Helping hands confirmed as Protein Production Technology International Editorial Advisory Board announced
Ahead of the launch of Protein Production Technology International, the publisher, Future Proof Group Media, has confirmed the participants on the publication’s Editorial Advisory Board. Each member brings to the table specific expertise in R&D of alt proteins, product development, regulations, policy and approvals, science, branding, investment, marketing and retail – all the necessary elements to help start-ups take their innovations from concept to shelf.
They include Brian P. Sylvester, Special Counsel, Covington & Burling LLP (USA); Udi Lazimy, Founder & CEO, Udi Lazimy Sourcing & Sustainability Consulting (USA); Karl Williams, Global Technical Director, Meatless Farm (UK); Dr Nadji Rekhif, Senior Flavor Specialist, Nestlé (USA); Mihir Pershad, CEO, Umami Meats (Singapore); Keith Seiz, CEO, Brightly Creative (USA); Bruno M. Xavier, Associate. Director – Cornell Food Venture Center (USA); Stephanie Jaczniakowska-McGirr, International Head of Food Industry & Retail, ProVeg International (UK); and Laine Clark, Innovation & Entrepreneurship Manager, Good Food Institute (USA).
Protein Production Technology International is proud to have secured some of the of the world’s finest thought-leaders in research, business, tech and regulations to help steer its editorial direction and strengthen its thinking. Between them, the Editorial Advisory Board will advise on topics and themes relating to content and ensure the editorial team asks the all-important questions – some will also put pen to paper with columns and make guest appearances as hosts on our recorded panel discussions, the content of which will form the basis of some of the articles in the publication.
The launch issue of Protein Production Technology International, ahead of COP27 in Egypt, will boast a blend of technical stories and industry trend pieces, alongside columnists, extended news features, thought-leader and opinion-style articles, presented in a visually appealing style that reflects this dynamic sector of the food sector.
“I’ve edited B2B publications for 25 years and I haven’t worked on a title yet that has received such an enthusiastic response ahead of launch,” commented Nick Bradley, Editor. “The message I am hearing is that the industry needs a 100% dedicated alternative proteins publication, one that reflects the positives, the challenges, addresses the elephants in the room – not simply a sister title to the meat sector that has an agenda.”
Protein Production Technology International will now launch after the summer break on 26th October 2022.
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