Food Integrity Global 2024


The Steigenberger Airport Hotel Amsterdam

10th - 11th September

Caroline Wilschut

Caroline Wilschut

Chief Commercial Officer


Meatable logo

Caroline is responsible for leading the commercial activities for our rapidly scaling global food tech company. In her role, Caroline oversees Meatable’s upcoming market introduction, all marketing & communication activities and internal and external strategy.

Prior to her role at Meatable, she worked at BCG as a strategy consultant. During her decade long tenure with the company, Caroline focused on the consumer goods space, working on projects with some of the world’s most leading FMCG players.

Caroline holds an MBA from Columbia University New York. She is also an alumna of University of Amsterdam where she studied Strategy & Marketing. Caroline is passionate about creating a workplace where everyone can be their best self. This sentiment is one of the key reasons she joined Meatable. The company has a unique approach to culture and development and places diversity at the heart of its operations.

Session 7

2.15 – 2.45 pm

Cultured Meat

Future or Fad?

This panel will critically examine the role of cultured meat in the future of food. Experts will discuss the viability, sustainability, and ethical considerations of lab-grown meat as a potential solution to meet global food demands. They will explore whether cultured meat is a sustainable trend or a temporary fad. The debate will also touch on consumer acceptance, regulatory challenges, and the potential impact on traditional meat industries. This session aims to provide a balanced perspective on the feasibility and future prospects of cultured meat in our food systems.

Carlotte Lucas with GFI Europe logo
Carlotte Lucas

Senior Corporate Engagement Manager, GFI Europe

Robert Jones with Mosa Meat logo
Robert Jones

Vice-President, Global Public Affairs, Mosa Meat

Caroline Wilschut with Meatable logo
Caroline Wilschut

Chief Commercial Officer at Meatable


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