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France aims to invest €1 billion in future proteins

by Futures Centre, Nov 29
1 minute read

The French Agriculture Minister and the Secretary of State for Industry have signed an agreement with the Protein France industry consortium, which comprises some of the country’s biggest agri-food companies, to boost investment into research and innovation on animal and vegetable proteins, with a focus on ‘future proteins’ such as microalgae and insects. The aim is to invest up to 1 billion over the next five years.

Those involved include the oilseed and protein crop company Avril Group and the cooperative Limagrain.



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