ALTERNATIVE PROTEINS COUNCIL
The Alternative Proteins Council (APC), founded in March 2021, is the representative group for Australia and New Zealand’s alternative proteins sector. The APC provides a collective voice for the sector, and a platform to discuss shared issues and opportunities. The Council works to ensure the voice of the sector remains unified and impactful on key issues.
The APC engages at a national level on policy issues, enabling the sector’s shared vision and continuing to serve consumers who enjoy alternative protein products.
Members of the Alternative Proteins Council include:
To register your interest in joining the APC, please complete the Expression of Interest form.
Media Release – Vow breaking new ground
The Alternative Proteins Council (APC) congratulates Vow Group on its application, to the Australia New Zealand food regulatory agency, which seeks to approve cultured quail. Vow's...
APC releases first industry guidelines for labelling
The Alternative Proteins Council (APC) is pleased to release the first Industry Guidelines for the Labelling of Meat Alternative Products in Australia and New Zealand. As a growing food...
APC disappointed by Senate Inquiry recommendations; affirms commitment to clear labelling with new voluntary guidelines
The Alternative Proteins Council (APC) is disappointed by the recommendations of the Senate Rural and Regional Affairs & Transport Committee’s Inquiry into plant-based product...
APC submission to the Senate Inquiry into the Definitions of Meat and Other Animal Products
13 August 2021 Committee Secretary Senate Standing Committees on Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport PO Box 6100 Parliament House Canberra Re: Definitions...
Statement on Senate Inquiry into Definitions of Meat and Other Animal Products
The Alternative Proteins Council (APC) looks forward to working with the Commonwealth Government and industry stakeholders on the Senate Inquiry into Definitions of Meat and Other...