Trade with Integrity: Fair Practices and AD/CVD Compliance

The North American pea protein industry is suffering at the hands of unjust trade practices allowed for China's pea protein imports. Today's practices aren't just adding unfair commerce competition for United States manufacturers — they make it impossible to safeguard American jobs, support domestic farmers, and uphold the integrity of our markets.

As a pioneer in plant-based nutrition, the team at PURIS has filed an Antidumping and Countervailing Duty (AD/CVD) petition to investigate the imports of Chinese pea protein. Join the conversation by learning more about what the petition entails. 


Watch, learn, and stay up to speed on AD/CVD legislation

We invite politicians, industry professionals (e.g., c-suite, procurement, R&D, sales, brand managers, marketers), and anyone looking to enter the plant-based food space to watch this webinar, get up to speed, and stand shoulder to shoulder with us in this endeavor. We cover:

Why antidumping exists (and why it's harmful to the industry and consumers)

The benefits and impacts of our antidumping petition (currently under review by the U.S. government)

Alternative pea protein
sourcing options

Nicole Atchison Puris CEO



Nicole Atchison, Ph.D.
CEO PURIS Holdings

Nicole Atchison is responsible for leading innovation and business development across PURIS’s portfolio of companies including ingredient technologies, processing technologies, seed genetic strategies, product development and go-to-market strategies, insights, and support for plant-based brands. PURIS develops and supports continued innovation in a spectrum of pure, plant-based foods and ingredients from U.S.-based organic and non-GMO sources.

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