Appetite for Disruption: The Case for Protein Diversification
The FAIRR Initiative and UKSIF hosted an event on the importance of the alternative proteins market as both a growth driver and climate-risk mitigation tool for leading food companies worldwide.
Protein diversification has become an important growth driver and climate-risk mitigation tool for leading companies worldwide. Consumer demand for alternative proteins is increasing rapidly – we discuss the climate-related benefits, the strategic evolution of the largest global food companies to address this growing market, and the investor opportunities that it brings.
We have FAIRR experts on the panel to present and discuss their findings from a series of reports examining how global food retailers are using protein diversification to drive growth and build climate-aligned portfolios.
Investors can compare company progress year-on-year and access individual company assessments, engagement questions, and best practice examples.
Welcome: Charlene Cranny, Communications and Campaigns Director, UKSIF
The Case for Protein Diversification: Jo Raven, Senior Manager – Engagements, FAIRR Initiative
Company & Investor Round Table: Sustainable Proteins – The Long Term Growth Opportunity
- Speaker tbc, Aberdeen Standard Investments
- Nikki Gwilliam-Beeharee, Director of ESG Research, Invesco
- Giles Bolton, Responsible Sourcing Director, Tesco
- Carla Hilhorst, EVP R&D Foods and Refreshment, Unilever
Moderated by Charlene Cranny, Communications and Campaigns Director, UKSIF
Closing Remarks: Jo Raven, Senior Manager – Engagements, FAIRR Initiative