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Christopher Marinangeli

Director, Centre for Regulatory Research and Innovation
Protein Industries Canada

Chris has a PhD in Food and Nutrition Science from the University of Manitoba, and is a registered dietitian with over 10 years of experience across consumer packaged goods and the Canadian agriculture sector.

His expertise includes national and international food regulations, regulatory affairs, and consumer insights and equity for developing strategies and tactics to meet business needs.

Prior positions include that of Senior Director of Research and Regulatory Affairs at Pulse Canada and Senior Manager of Nutritional Science and Regulatory Affairs at Kellogg Canada, board member for the Canadian Federation of Dietetic Research (CFDR) and member of the Canadian Advisory Committee for ILSI North America.

He currently serves on the Scientific Advisory Committee for CFDR and jury member for Agriculture Agri-food Canada’s Food Waste Reduction Challenge: Novel Technologies.

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Don’t Miss Out.

Plant Forward has gathered one of the most concentrated groups of leading decision-makers in one room. With increased networking opportunities, Plant Forward will again be one of the best places to build relationships with key industry stakeholders.


General Admission

Access to all Plant Forward sessions in-person, including networking opportunities and breakout rooms. Seats are limited.

Important Registration Information:

  • Members of Protein Industries Canada, Pulse Canada, Plant-Based Foods of Canada and Canadian Pulse and Special Crops Trade Association receive an exclusive rate. Host member rate is applied at checkout.
  • Students and delegations can contact us to request applicable rates. Exclusive rates cannot be guaranteed.
  • Admission purchases are subject to applicable HST.
  • There will be no on-site registrations for Plant Forward. Attendees must be registered prior to coming on-site.
  • View the cancellation policy here
  • See who attended Plant Forward in 2022
April 16-18, 2024