New report calls Canada’s alternative protein industry ‘hotbed of innovation and key country to do business in’
Game Changers is the first report to compile Canada’s extensive activity in alternative protein development in one place.
The Richardson Centre for Food Technology and Research is in the midst of exciting and ongoing research. Located in Smartpark Research and Technology Park, University of Manitoba, the Centre is dedicated to the discussion, discovery, and development of functional foods and nutraceuticals, with a focus on the crops of the Canadian Prairies.
The Centre is committed to the potential and growth of researchers, industry, academia, and producers, and is dedicated to the support of these groups.
To lead functional foods and nutraceuticals research for the improvement of health and nutrition and to support the development of an economically viable functional food and nutraceutical industry in Manitoba and western Canada.
The RCFFN has two primary roles in fulfilling its mission statement:
1.To lead functional foods and nutraceuticals research for the improvement of health and nutrition, the following key goals have been identified:
2. To promote and support the development of an economically viable industry in Manitoba and western Canada, the following key goals have been identified:
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