FoodTech EXPO II

Join the most important food techs startups virtual Expo in Latin America



March 17

Expo foodtechs startups +10 lectures

March 18

Food Tech Global Challenge

March 19

Workshop: National Plan for Plant Protein - Road map for action

Meet Global Mentors

Participation of the Greatest Mentors of Food Tech


The most disruptive Startups in the world will be present


Specialized audience, National and International Networking


National Plan for Plant Protein - Road map for action

Why participate?

Your Recognized Brand

The most important virtual Food Techs exhibition in Latin America Covered by the main social and specialized magazines, your startup will be recognized by the market


Connect with leading national and international investors.


Connect with new relationships and mentors through our FoodTech Hub 1:2:1 Meeting tool you connect efficiently.


Connect with the best mentors in the market.


40 exhibiting startups

Argentina, Brazil, Chile, England and Israel


National and international

FTH 1:2:1 Meeting

More than 200 meeting scheduled


More than 300 simultaneous access from the participants


Lectures with unique content


Businesses have been generated

Testimonials FoodTech Expo I

What a wonder of event! It was a very rewarding experience besides, at least for me, a very well organized and effective technological novelty! Meetings well organized, very nice the possibility of visits in the booths, discoveries of new players, possible partners and potential customers. Thanks again and let's move on!

Luis Felipe Scarpa Street

It was quite impressive how the expo was organized and delivered. Very welcoming, easy to operate and the content, startups and speakers were all high quality and insightful.

Alexandre Bastos Global Innovation Director- Givaudan

The Tomorrow Foods team wanted to personally congratulate you on the FoodTech Expo! We believe it was a great show! We were impressed by the quality of the speakers and connections we were able to make. Also, you and your team did a great job at readapting the show to these unusual times. Although we would have enjoyed visiting Brasil for the expo, we were able to take full advantage of the expo all the same. Thank you very much for letting us be part of this event, which will represent an important milestone for the foodtech ecosystem in Latam.

Tomorrow Foods

Congratulations Paulo Silveira for the initiative and success in an event of the highest level! Innovation in the vein anticipating the future of Food Tech!

Cleber Soares Diretor de Inovação Ministério da Agricultura


March 17

Check out the UNIQUE and EXCLUSIVE lectures that will take place on the first day



CEO do Food Tech Hub Brasil

  • MBA  Fundação Getúlio Vargas  1987;
  • Marketing Strategy – Columbia University;
    • Mergers and Acquisition – Wharton University;
  • IMD – in Company  Danisco Ingredients.
  • CEO Danisco Ingredients


Food System Innovation Challenge

2° Professor of Management Control Systems and Business   Organization at University of Turin


Digitalization and innovation in food systems

Innovation and Strategy Specialist, Economist at the Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais and Director of ANPEI and visiting professor at The Dom Cabral Foundation


Heloisa Menezes é empreendedora da TRON Ensino de Robótica Educativa, professora convidada da Fundação Dom Cabral, onde coordena o projeto Economia Digital Passada a Limpo e fundadora da Flow Consultoria em Inovação e Gestão.

É especialista em inovação e estratégia, economista pela Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais, com especialização em Economia pela UFMG e mestrado em Desenvolvimento Agrícola pelo CPDA/UFRRJ. Realizou cursos executivos em gestão, estratégia e inovação disruptiva no Insead, Fundação Dom Cabral e Singularity University, foi visiting scholar na Universidade de Cornell, Heloisa tem 30 anos de experiência em cargos de liderança em entidades empresariais e públicas, tendo atuado em inúmeros conselhos remunerados e não remunerados. 

Entre os cargos que ocupou estão o Diretora Técnica do Sebrae Nacional, Secretária do Desenvolvimento da Produção do Ministério do Desenvolvimento, Indústria e Comércio Exterior, Diretora de Relações Institucionais da Confederação Nacional das Indústrias CNI , Superintendente do Instituto Euvaldo Lodi – MG, Diretora Técnica do Instituto Metas – Crescimento Empresarial (de Fevereiro/2001 a Fevereiro/2002) e Gerente Assuntos Econômicos da FIEMG.



Leveraging Regional Food Innovation Hub through partnerships


Roger van Hoesel holds a graduate of International Economics and Business Economics at Erasmus in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, in 1989. He defended his master’s thesis at the same University with the theme of the internationalization of Korean and Taiwanese companies.

He became an assistant professor at Erasmus University in 1991 and in 1997 he joined Buck Consultants International BV, a company specializing in developing strategies for new markets. From 1999 to 2004, he worked at Rijnconsult and helped many companies redefine their strategies and converting these strategies into concrete actions of organizational changes

 With the official start of Food Valley in Wageningen, Netherlands in 2004, Roger was hired as CEO. Foodvalley has developed a leading company in supporting companies in its efforts in innovation. In food valley, numerous national and international collaborative innovation projects have been developed. In 2019, Foodvalley began its first acceleration program in the food industry. Roger is involved in assembling several clusters in several countries.

Roger serves as an advisor to Startlife’s incubator, Agrytech in Lebanon and National Week with NO MEAT.


What’s going on in food innovation in Israel

CEO The Kitchen Hub

Jonathan has led “The Kitchen”, the first Israeli FoodTech incubator since it’s inception in 2014. The Kitchen, owned by the Strauss Group and supported by the state of Israel has been investing in early stage Israeli FoodTech start-ups aiming to support Better Industry, Better Food, Better World.

 Jonathan brings a unique combination of experience in hi-tech and in food businesses serving in leadership positions in both, also was an entrepreneur-in-residence (EIR) in a VC and is a director in Copia-Agro an AgTech fund.

 Jonathan holds a BSc in Industrial Engineering & an MBA from Kellogg and Tel-Aviv University  


A vision for the food system of the future


Before joining EIT Food, Andy built and turned around several businesses in Europe and the USA, and most recently engineered a successful exit for Open Innovation Service Leader NineSigma, which he ran for 10 years. The majority of NineSigma’s clients are from the Agri-Food Industry. Other stations in his career include 6 years at KPMG Consulting, where he built an international telecommunication strategy practice, and 5 years at Vanco plc, where as CEO North America and Central Europe he was part of the Executive team that took the business public on the London Stock Exchange. Andy joined EIT Food as CEO in November 2018.

Andy holds a Master’s degree that combines Business Administration and Mechanical Engineering from the Technical University of Berlin, and he earned a Doctorate’s Degree with a thesis on (Open) Innovation Management from RWTH Aachen.


How to financing Food System Transformation in Brazil

Anibal has more than 20 years of experience in the financial market. Before GEFCP, he led a 7-person Private Capital team at Macquarie Capital, participating in a series of proprietary capital investments under different capital structures in the agribusiness and infrastructure segments. He was a senior member of Deutsche Bank’s M&A team responsible for Latin America, focusing on financial investors and participated in several significant transactions in the region, including the following companies: Endesa, L. Dreyfus, Telefónica, Globo, Televisa, Carrefour, GP Investments, Carlyle, Cosan, Bunge and others.


Current board member of Neogas do Brasil and Unicoba


mais informações

March 18

Food Tech Global Challenge

Search for disruptive startups that meet
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s)

March 19


National Plan for Plant Protein –
Road map for action

To participate in the Food Tech Global Challenge Competition it is mandatory to register for the event click here.


  • Exclusive virtual stand
  • A deck summary of your startup
  • A three-minute pitch. Video should be recorded
  • Curriculum of entrepreneurs
  • Current need to leverage your business
  • Connect with investors, businesses and academia through FTH 1:2:1 Meeting tool. You can schedule your meetings in advance
  • Listen to and interact virtually with the biggest leaders in the food system. Experts will be online
  • Each startup will receive 3 free tickets for the event
  • Online access.
  • Display content with videos, decks and more.
  • Find the main startups, their founders and specialists from all over the national and international food system ecosystem.
  • Talk to disruptive startups live during the event – opportunity to interact with anyone who can help you find the right investment.
  • FTH 1: 2: 1 Meeting tool, networking for you to connect through virtual and exclusive meetings.
  • Discover disruptive startups at an early stage – Meet the founders, see product demos and discover innovations from around the world.
  • Connect with the international community of investors and companies – Share best practices.
  • Each investor/company will receive 2 free tickets for the event



USD 100


Each startup will receive 3 free tickets for the event

Food Tech Expo

17, 18 and 19 march


USD 300


Each startup will receive 3 free tickets for the event


Event Structure

100% online, virtual and digital that will take place over three days – 17, 18 and 19 March 2021.



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