Where to Find GFI in July
The Good Food Institute has an exciting agenda for the coming month. Here’s where you can catch our team, along with some of the other most innovative minds in food technology:

July 14
New Harvest 2016: Experience Cellular Agriculture, San Francisco
We’ve been looking forward to this one for a while now, especially since it’s the first-ever global conference of its kind. The event will bring together the world’s leading cellular agriculture innovators to discuss the future of an animal-free food economy. Speakers include Mosa Meats co-founder and clean meat maven Mark Post, Soylent co-founder David Rentalen, and Clara Foods CEO Arturo Elizondo. Exhibitors include the likes of Sunrise Science Products, Gelzen, and Memphis Meats. It’s going to be wonderful to have so many people and companies we love all in one place! 

July 14
Know Your Food, Know Your Farmer, Know Your Future, Chicago
Meanwhile, our policy director will be in Chicago meeting with farmers, businesses, organizations, and state and federal institutions to discuss progress toward a more sustainable future for agriculture. The event will cover topics from national food waste reduction goals to specialty crop block grants from the USDA. 

July 15–19
Cook. Craft. Create. Convention & Show, Phoenix
GFI will be hanging out with fans of the American Culinary Federation and meeting with some of the most creative minds in foodservice to promote plant-based and clean alternatives on the dinner plate. Expect some exciting collaborations to emerge that will bring more animal-free options to restaurants nationwide.

July 16–19
IFT16, Chicago
The Institute of Food Technologists will hold its annual meeting to discuss the latest trends and innovations in food science with 100+ educational sessions and 1,000+ exhibits. Our scientists will be soaking up all of the food tech fun and promoting research and development of cutting-edge, sustainable food production.  

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