Protein Innovation

Manitoba offers expertise in protein innovation through the following research agencies. These agencies offer a range of services to increase the innovation potential of Manitoba businesses. Services are available in areas such as protein extraction, co-product use, creating ingredients and products in a sustainable manner, and much more.

Manitoba has invested $362,000 in the Food Development Centre for equipment to support protein innovation and commercialization.

 

The Food Development Centre

 

Canadian International Grains Institute Centre

 

Canadian Centre on Agri-Food Research on Health and Medicine

 

The Richardson Center for Functional Food and Nutraceuticals

 

Manitoba is home to outstanding academic institutions. These institutions offer a range of expertise, infrastructure and training that can support growth in the protein sector. Manitoba Government is providing the University of Manitoba with up to $100,000 for the development of a new Protein Research Strategy, with the goal of establishing a research chair to advance the protein innovation priorities of the Manitoba Protein Advantage.

 

Manitoba has invested $300,000 in Assiniboine Community College’s Food Processing Centre for Animal Proteins to support labour development for processing.

 

University of Manitoba

 

Brandon University

 

University of Winnipeg

 

Assiniboine Community College

 

Red River College



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