Originally published on the Future Food-tech Alternative Proteins website.
Morrison Foerster recent participated in the Future Food-Tech Alternative Proteins Summit, where investors, brands, and start-ups met to unlock new partnership opportunities and showcase innovation across plant-based, cell-based, and microbial fermentation.
Ahead of the summit, Michael Ward, partner and Co-Chair of the firm’s global Food & Agriculture Industry Group, shared his thoughts on why partnership is so important in the industry.
“At Morrison & Foerster, innovation is rooted in our collaborative, comprehensive approach through the full business life cycle for the food & agriculture industry. We work with start-ups, investors, and global brands on strategies to mitigate climate risk, reduce carbon, maximize social and environmental impacts, and ensure that technologies are implemented at scale and safeguarded by global intellectual property protection”
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