2018 Protein Trends & Technologies Post Conference Formulating Magazine

Originally Published: August 24, 2018
Last Updated: May 18, 2021
2018 PROTEIN Trends Technologies Post Conference Formulating Magazine FEATURE

The 2018 Protein Trends & Technologies Post Conference Magazine: Formulating with Proteins provides a summary of key points from speakers at this event’s technology program. The speakers below delivered insights for product developers formulating with proteins.

  • Trends & Takeaways in the [Still] Hot Protein Product Marketplace
    New protein products and consumer attitudes toward plant- and meat-based proteins.
    – Lynn Dornblaser, Director, Innovation & Insight, Mintel
  • Food Allergies: A Challenge for Current and Emerging Proteins
    The essential challenge is to explain why and how potential allergenicity problems occur with a new protein.
    – Steve Taylor, Ph.D., Professor and Co-Director, Food Allergy Research and Resource Program, University of Nebraska
  • Plant Proteins: Opportunities, Challenges & Tips for Successful Use in Formulations
    Overview of factors impacting plant protein ingredient functionality.
    – Anusha Samaranayaka, Ph.D., Senior Scientist, POS Bio-Sciences
  • Formulating with Whey in a Fully Transparent Market
    Nutritional studies and tips on choosing whey protein ingredient types for muscle synthesis.
    – Chris Lockwood, Ph.D., President, Lockwood LLC
  • Nutrition Strategies to Protect Muscle Health During Aging: The Value of Protein
    Protein amount and amino acid type needed for muscle maintenance in the elderly.
    – Douglas Paddon-Jones, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Nutrition and Metabolism, The University of Texas Medical Branch
  • Non-GMO Transparency: Understanding Your Options
    Discussion on how to choose and work with third-party, non-GMO certifiers.
    – Nancy Knight, Director of Quality and Regulatory Compliance, Orgain
  • Protein + Flavor = A Formulation Challenge
    Practical tips used to optimize results when flavoring higher protein-level products.
    – Robert J. McGorrin, Ph.D., Jacobs-Root Professor & Department Head, Dept. of Food Science & Technology, Oregon State University
  • Protein Quality and Labeling: Defending Attacks from Regulators, Attorneys and Competitors
    Insights into how to avoid legal action from governmental to competitive sources based on protein claims.
    – Justin J. Prochnow, Shareholder, Greenberg Traurig, LLP
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