AgCatalyst 2020 | Facing the future

We're continuing with our virtual AgCatalyst event series.

What will your dinner look like in 20 years’ time? More and more, consumers are seeking food that is healthy, sustainable and convenient. Join us for a snapshot tour of research into future sources of protein, new food processing techniques and technologies to verify our food really is what it says on the packaging.

Our experts and partners will come to you live from the field to discuss what they are doing to prepare for the future of food.

Like all AgCatalyst events, come prepared for some fun and surprises.

Pricing

  • Free

Event date: 25Feb 2021

Thursday 25 Feb 2021

Online virtual event

  • 2:00pm to 3:30pm (AEDT)

Webinar login details will be emailed to registrants

More information

Program Outline – The Future of Food: An AgCatalyst virtual event

What will your dinner look like in 20 years’ time?
More and more, consumers are seeking food that is healthy, sustainable and convenient.
Join us for a snapshot tour of research into future sources of protein, new food processing techniques and technologies to verify our food really is what it says on the packaging.

Master of Ceremonies

Bernie Hobbs
Future food trends

Welcome and background to the event

Michiel van Lookeren Campagne
Director, CSIRO Agriculture and Food

Live crosses to researchers and industry partners   

Healthy, nutritional and sustainable diets
Jess Bogard CSIRO
Danielle Baird CSIRO

Food waste solutions and innovations
Aarti Tobin, CSIRO
Ciara McDonnell CSIRO
Troy Hudgson, Kagome Australia

Aquaculture: Integrating across the value chain.
Polly Hilder, CSIRO
Brad Evans, Tassal Tasmania

Trust and traceability
Nina Welti CSIRO
Erik Wilkes, Australian Wine Research Institute
Paul Petrie, PIRSA/SARDI, South Australian Government

Food Innovation Centre, Werribee
Filip Janakievski, CSIRO
Sophie Dwyer, Wide Open Agriculture

Q&A session

Attendees can ask our experts and partners questions on future food trends and the work that is happening now.