June 06, 2016

06/06/2016: 11th Food Protein Course 2016 (8 - 10 November, Amsterdam)

Theory & practice for 10 plant & animal proteins - experts share their vision of the global proteins world.

During the 11th Food Protein Course 2016, 8-10 November, Amsterdam experts will share their vision of the global proteins world. You will gain insight, inspiration and develop new network opportunities in the wonderful city of Amsterdam (The Netherlands).

This unique course is the only one available of its kind. The combination of theoretical lectures by industry professionals on a wide range of proteins combined with practical hands-on experience is unique and a real point of difference with other courses available.

Download brochure HERE.


The course 'Food proteins: properties, functionalities & applications' is designed to give participants a theoretical and practical overview of vegetable and animal proteins currently available for food applications and to provide hands-on information about their properties and functionalities.

Entry level

The entry level of delegates for this course is a finished BSc or MSc education in the following areas of expertise: food, feed, chemistry, biology, nutrition, science, microbiology, health etc. Managers with food industry experience can also participate.

Speaker profile

The summit will see leading experts in the proteins world sharing their knowledge and insight. Speakers include: 


View the Programme HERE.

Innovation Plaza
The Innovation Plaza is the place where new inspiration happens. It is the place where networking creates new opportunities and where refreshments stimulate new ideas. There are a limited number of partner and exhibitor opportunities available.
What previous participants have said:

  • “Programme format, overview of all major proteins, kept focus on proteins categories (not on speakers' companies)” - General Mills, USA
  • “Great to have global information” - Danone, Germany
  • “Interesting to have all suppliers in one room” - Nestlé, Germany
  • “Good quality of speakers and delegates” - Volac, UK
  • “Good balance between information, networking time, freedom to operate as you like and the practical sessions are a real plus” - Alpro, Belgium

To maximise opportunity for all delegates to listen to and interact with experts, gain insight and network, the organisers limit the number of places available. They expect all tickets to be sold, so make sure that you are quick off the mark to secure your place.

Register HERE.

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