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September 11, 2023
Date: Oct 10, 2023
Duration: 1 Hr
Sponsored by Cargill
The plant-based dairy alternative space has been one of the most dynamic categories for the last decade, growing from a small niche into a market segment with true mainstream appeal. This webinar examines trends and consumer attitudes fueling the category’s steady rise and explores where the next big opportunities lie. From nutrition gaps to emerging market segments, we’ll look at what’s working, what’s missing and where the white space lies in this rapidly evolving category.
Discover the trends driving innovation in the plant-based dairy alternative space
Gain insights into consumer expectations for the next evolution of plant-based products
Learn how Cargill’s ingredient portfolio can help brands deliver the textures, flavors, nutritional profiles and formats that resonate with today’s plant-based consumer
Associate Director, Content Marketing, Informa Markets
Business Development Leader, Cargill
Mark Fahlin is a Business Development Leader for Cargill and a frequent speaker at industry events. For over 20 years, he has supported innovation here in the U.S. and abroad, including a half-dozen international assignments that included stints in Asia, Europe and the United Kingdom. Mark is currently based at Cargill’s world headquarters in the Minneapolis area, where he leads the company’s efforts in marketing, dairy and dairy alternatives. Prior to joining Cargill, Mark worked for Royal DSM as the Global Marketing Lead for the company’s cultures, enzymes and probiotics line. His previous experience includes roles in marketing and general management for General Mills and Häagen-Dazs.
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