Plant-based burgers, almond milk lattes, meatless Mondays, and many more eco-friendly food trends have existed for quite some time, but no movement has managed to take hold with the mainstream public…until now.
WeWork made national headlines when they announced the coworking and office space company’s decision to go meat-free. Now, sf.citi and WeWork are teaming up to drive this important conversation on how to advance sustainability goals through the future of food: clean protein and plant-based food alternatives.
An official affiliate event of the 2018 Global Climate Action Summit, The Future of Food: Tech’s Menu for Sustainability will bring together leaders from the private and public sector to discuss how tech can be a leader in building a more sustainable future through food innovation. We’ll be hearing from some of the biggest names in the food tech movement — it’s a night you won’t want to miss!
Join our incredible conversation featuring:
Josh Tetrick, CEO of JUST
HRH Prince Khaled bin Alwaleed, Founder of KBW Investments and KBW Ventures
Lindsay Baker, VP of Sustainability and Wellbeing at WeWork
Senator Nancy Skinner, California State Senate (SD-9)
And arrive hungry, so you can enjoy a delicious dinner and drinks by Impossible Foods — the company famous for their plant-based burger that bleeds — with a mouthwatering menu of some of the most innovative plant-based creations on the scene:
Brisket Arancini with Spiced Impossible Meat
Impossible Truffle Burgers with Housemade Gougere
Lasagna Muffins with Ricotta Spinach Impossible Meat
Then, tour our Meatless Marketplace and sample the latest products from leading food tech companies: JUST plus NUMU Vegan Cheese, Ocean Hugger Foods, Fora Foods, and Alpha Foods, in association with New Crop Capital.v