Plant-based protein prices are exceedingly volatile right now, with oncoming harvests, weather issues and governmental policy among the factors, all driving this upheaval. Understanding these factors will inform market participants and help them make buying decisions.
Join Marcel Goldenberg, Head of Proprietary Pricing and Tosin Jack, Market Intelligence Manager at Mintec . They will be providing an expert view of these often opaque markets that is easy to digest. Few webinars are available that provide this level of insight into these complex markets.
Key takeaways include:
• Market supply, demand, pricing and production.
• An understanding of the current market situation.
• Production, supply and related impacts.
• How and why prices are at the current levels.
• How market participants think prices will move in the near future.
Oilseed Proteins Soya, Rapeseed (Canola)
Pulses Proteins Pea (Yellow, Green), Chickpea, Alfafa, Fava bean
As Head of Proprietary Pricing, Marcel is responsible for developing and executing an integrated, long term strategy to extend Mintec’s position as the leading independent provider of proprietary prices and information in the food commodity industry. Previously, Marcel worked at S&P Global Platts as Global Head for Metals Pricing Methodologies, where he successfully built the Battery Metals Division. Marcel has spoken at events across the globe; runs his own podcast series and has appeared on TV as an industry expert.
Market Intelligence Manager
Tosin Jack is the Commodity Intelligence Manager at Mintec, the world’s leading provider of global pricing data and intelligence for food ingredients and associated commodities.
With significant experience in analysing, interpreting and communicating commodity and agricultural market intelligence, Tosin has been responsible for generating insights across a wide range of markets within the food and beverage supply chain.
She now leads a team of commodity intelligence experts in analysing market data and the impact of critical events on prices. Through new and established relationships with key industry stakeholders, she is able to provide the specialist market knowledge and actionable insight necessary across the food and agriculture industry.
Tosin has a degree in Agricultural Economics from the University of Ibadan and a Master’s degree in International Economics, Finance and Development from the University of Surrey.