Marcel Goldenberg, MSc, Head of Proprietary Pricing, Mintec LTD
Marcel Goldenberg joined Mintec in 2019 as Head of Proprietary Pricing. He is responsible for developing and executing an integrated, long term strategy to extend Mintec’s position as the leading independent provider of proprietary prices and information in the food commodity industry. Prior to this, Marcel worked in several functions at S&P Global Platts including Global Head for Metals Pricing Methodologies, where he successfully built and established the Battery Metals Division. Marcel has spoken at commodity events across the globe; runs his own podcast series and has appeared on TV as an industry expert. Marcel has degrees from the University of Leicester and Cass Business School, London.
Mintec enables the world’s largest food brands to implement more efficient and sustainable procurement strategies. We do this through our cutting-edge SaaS platform, Mintec Analytics, which delivers market prices and analysis for more than 14,000 food ingredients and associated materials.
Our data and tools empower our customers to understand supplier prices better, analyze their spend and negotiate with confidence. This helps to ensure that they are best placed to reduce costs, manage risk and increase their efficiency, helping to maximize their margins.
Global Food Forums Presentations by Speaker
2021 Protein Trends & Technologies Seminar — Pre-Conference: Protein Business Strategies [To be reconfirmed]
“Pricing the Alternative Revolution – A Look at Plant-Based Protein Prices and Trends”
Description: Increased demand for healthy eating alternatives and preferences for “Flexitarian” diets is driving the growth in plant-based proteins. As food producers rush to embrace these new ingredients, we consider how increased risk could affect plant-protein costs as well as supply. What are the critical challenges for plant proteins to truly become mainstream, and what is needed to overcome these challenges? Will, the switch impact prices across other food ingredients, and how will change to supply chains affect sourcing and supplier options? Will this volatility flow through to increase food costs for the consumer? Can long-term trends see plant protein become cost-competitive with meat protein?