Transformational Food Systems of Tomorrow

Tel Aviv

13-14 November


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Visit to the Peres Center for Peace & Innovation

Introduction to the Israeli innovation ecosystem at the Peres Center for Peace and Innovation in Tel Aviv

Visit to The Kitchen Hub

The Kitchen was launched in 2015 by Israel’s largest food company, the Strauss Group. It is claimed to be the world’s first food-tech hub and plays today a leading role in the global food market.. The Kitchen is a part of the Israeli Innovation Authority technological incubators program, has 21 portfolio companies within alternative proteins, food safety and healthy eating and continues to disrupt the global foodtech scene with co-investors such as Mondelez, Pepsico, Danone and more.

Visit to Remilk

Remilk develops real dairy products with no animals involved. With the use of microbial fermentation process Remilk reproduces milk proteins to craft real dairy with the same flavor, texture and nutritional values. Remilk’s model of food production will be up to 100 times more land-efficient than the existing dairy system, 25 times more feedstock-efficient, 20 times more time-efficient, and 10 times more water-efficient.

Visit to Tnuva

Tnuva is one of the oldest food companies in Israel, with about 15% of the food market share and about half of the dairy market share, has focused more on food tech initiatives with dairy alternatives in recent years, launching a wide range of plant-based drinks, yogurts, cheeses, and other dairy-like products. Tnuva is also setting its sights on the growing cultured meat market with investments via its investment arm Tnuva Next.

Reception at the Swedish Ambassador's Residence

Applies to Swedish delegation and exclusively invited guests.