Kinder Conversations - The future of meat

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Kinder Conversations - The future of meat

Ending animal farming is one of the most urgent challenges we currently face. The stakes are high; we could spare the lives of 56 billion animals every year, fight climate destruction, and get rid of food that is often loaded with bacteria. That's why Kinder is dedicating the first of their Kinder Conversations to the future of meat.

Join us for an evening of discussion on the future of meat, from sophisticated plant-based alternatives to visionary lab-grown options. Let's rethink our dependency on animal farming and explore new safe ways of eating, while still satisfying our taste buds.

We'll start with an explanation of the problem, namely, animal farming. Afterward, we'll debate possible solutions and explore the worlds of plant-based and lab-grown meat.

The event will be followed by  some plant-based cheese tasting accompanied by (naturally vegan) beer, where you'll have the chance to network with young professionals, media, and influencers active in the blossoming business of food innovation.

Spots are limited, so make sure to register!


  • Pablo Moleman is a leading Dutch vegan advocate and Co-founder of ProVeg Nederland, the Dutch branch of prominent vegan advocacy charity, ProVeg International.
  • Cor van der Weele, a professor at the University of Wageningenhas been conducting pioneering research on the cultural impact of lab-grown meat the University of Wageningen. 


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