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Hello,

 

My name is Christophe Pelletier.

 

I am the owner of The Happy Future Group Consulting Ltd, a consulting firm based in Vancouver. The food and agriculture division of this company is called The Food Futurist.

 

The firm's mission is "To help the clients challenge today’s certainties, shape the future, and manage the transition with a targeted and practical action plan for the coming 10 years and beyond".

 

The Food Futurist offers seminars and strategic consulting in the areas of market-driven food value chains, policy making and business organization.

 

I have a broad extensive international business experience, and a MSc. from the Institut National Agronomique Paris-Grignon.  I have been active in beef, dairy, animal feed and nutrition, pork, poultry and aquaculture. I have filled positions in scientific and technical support, planning, logistics, quality control, sales & marketing, plant management and senior executive level. I have lived in three countries, conducted business on four continents, and speak five languages.

 

I am  the author of two books: 

 

For more information, please visit my website at The Food Futurist

 

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Christophe Pelletier's Blog

Rise of the Asian middle class and the competition for animal protein

The size of the world population is among the most significant changes for the future. There are many challenges, as the media tell us on a daily basis, but there are opportunities. The first and the main of these opportunities is the population increase itself. In the coming four decades, there will be two billion more people to feed. Never before, has humanity seen such a demand increase. This means that farmers and food suppliers do not have to worry about a lack of market opportunities.…

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Posted on March 13, 2012 at 3:35pm

The danger of a weakening US dollar

The global economic situation is still fragile, and one of the symptoms is the nervousness about currencies. All it takes is a rumor to see a particular currency drop within minutes. The actions taken by central banks during the financial crisis have consequences. The amount of debt and the ability, or inability, of individual countries to manage the situation will influence the relative strengths of all currencies.

One currency has a special status. Because of the economic and…

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Posted on December 23, 2010 at 6:25pm

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