2014 Protein Trends & Technologies Post Conference Strategies Magazine

Originally Published: August 27, 2014
Last Updated: May 18, 2021
2014 PROTEIN Trends Technologies Strategies Post Conference MAGAZINE

The 2014 Protein Trends & Technologies Post Conference Strategies Magazine provides a summary of key points from speakers at this event. The Pre-conference Businiess Strategies’ goal was to provide information for upperlevel managers to help them identify opportunities and threats in protein ingredient markets.

Table of Contents:

  •  The Rise of Protein in the Global Health & Wellness and Supplement Arenas
    Chris Schmidt, Consumer Health Analyst, Euromonitor International
    • Protein Supplement Sales by Market, 2008-2018
    • What Ingredients Do You Look For on Food Labels?
  •  Opportunities & Headwinds in Global Ingredient Regulations
    Carolyn Fisher, Ph.D., Senior Scientist, Decernis
  •  Soy & Dairy Market Volatility: Its Impact on Protein Prices & Strategies for Managing Financial Risk
    Robert Joyce, MBA, Commercial Commodity Consultant, Stewart-Peterson Inc.
    • Market Scenario Planning: By the Numbers
  •  So Many Proteins, So Little Time…How to Choose?
    Daniel Best, MSc, MBA, President, Best Vantage, Inc.
    • Raw Protein Price Trends
  •  Size, Share, Sources & Segments: Analysis and Forecasts for Value-Added Protein Ingredient
    Christopher Shanahan, MSc, Global Program Manager–Food, Ingredients & Feed, Frost & Sullivan
    • Protein Ingredients: Global Revenue & Expected Growth
    • Total Protein & Amino Acids Market Revenue by Category
  •  Protein Trends & Technologies: Consumer Protein Perceptions & Needs
    Sue Fennelly, MBA, Director of Business Development, Food & Beverage Services, NPD Group
    • Consumer Survey: Which Foods Are the Best
    Sources of Protein?
    • Consumer Segments in Protein
  •  The Creatine Cartel: The Good, Bad, and Ugly of the Sports Nutrition Market in Latin America
    Kit Sanderson, CEO of Spanish Fitness Media LLC, and Editor of Muscular Development Latino