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3D printed Food conference- MLA introducing potential high valued red meat opportunities/ trends

On May 2, 2017 the first Asia-Pacific 3D Food Printing Conference took place at Monash University, Food Innovation Centre in Melbourne, Australia.

Initiated and organised by Jakajima which started the first 3D Food Printing Conference in 2015 in Europe, Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA) was the major supporter / partner of the conference.

This provided an opportunity to present to the Australian red meat industry, and wider Food industry and research community, MLA's interest in leading edge science platforms such as three-dimensional (3D) food printing and associated disruptive business models for a "meat ink" as an example of MLA Donor Company's (MDC) High Value Foods Frontier strategy to grow high value demand beyond current commodity paradigm for benefit of the Australian red meat industry.

The Conference attracted 77 attendees, with a majority coming from Australia (80%) and the rest from Asia, Europe, New Zealand and USA, equally divided. 

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Contract No. Title Start date End date Funding type
V.RMH.0056
3D food conference Melbourne 2017 (Jakajima consultancy agreement)
10/02/2017 20/06/2017
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This page was last updated on 01/11/2017

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