WEBINAR

Pulses – innovations from field to fork

Date: Wednesday, September 9, 2020
Time: 9.00 - 12.00 AM (GMT +2)
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Event is held, bringing together SMEs, academics and innovation facilitators from the South Baltic region. Project presentations by researchers are combined with talks by SMEs where they “tell their story” from idea to product development. The event focus on pulses. 

 

•  Research • Product development • SME story telling 

 

Program (constantly updated):

9.00 Welcome and introduction  
9.05 Company “Hidden in Grains” presentation

Kerstin Fredlund, Hidden in Grains

Hidden in Grains´ vision is to give back grain it’s significant role as a staple food and source of important nutrients. By using primary products, like ancient grains, with high levels of nutrients, and by reviving the grains through hydrothermal technology access is given to natural minerals.
9.25 Organic cultivation

Per Modig, Fagraslätt

On the farm different kinds of bean are grown, in-house packing and sale. Also cultivation of new crops like quinoa and lentils.
9.45 Future faba beans for food and feed – a project in SLU Grogrund Centre for Breeding of Food Crops

Åsa Grimberg, researcher, Dept of Plant Breeding, SLU

The project aims at developing a sustainable, Swedish production of protein rich faba bean for the food and feed market. Research and breeding to overcome some of the challenges connected to faba bean production.
10.05 Break  
10.20 The protein shift – from idea to product

Anna Henning Moberg, Project Developer Torsåker, Axfoundation 

Primary producers, researchers, food processers, chefs and entrepreneurs come together in projects at Torsåker farm to jointly find the solutions to complex problems. Torsåker is Axfoundation’s test farm and development center for the future’s sustainable food production. 
10.40 A culinary epiphany – from experimental home cooking to building a consumer brand

Pia Qvarnström, Founder, Swedish Temptations AB

Has developed Bärta, a sprouted and fermented Swedish split pea. Organic, vegan, gluten free. So far you can find Bärta in a few selected stores in Sweden. 
10.50 Break  
11.00 Pulses in vegan Streetfood from Skåne

Anneli Idman, Gaston & Vega

A small, one-man company, about to grow. Operates a vegan foodtruck in Skåne, and serve food based on Swedish pulses.
11.20 Kalmar-Ölands Trädgårdsprodukter

Håkan Johnsson and Oskar Zedig

Production of beans, peas, onions together with growers. Dried beans and peas, which are labelled, packed and then sold to wholesalers and food business. Started 1959 and is owned by the growers. Part of different projects to develop new products.
11.40 Concluding remarks