Frank Daller, is a founder
of SoyaDairy. He was formerly the President of, and a partner
in ProSoya Inc., the Canadian-based soymilk technology company.
Besides his work with SoyaDairy, he is President of Malnutrition
Matters, a non-profit organization devoted to food technology
for development. Both his commercial and non-profit work has
involved extensive soymilk-related activity in developing
His professional experience includes work in Russia
and the former Soviet Union, Africa, the Middle East, Europe,
and South Asia, as well as the Caribbean and Latin America.
Frank has 25 years of experience with soymilk and derivative
soyfoods, which includes marketing, processing and product
development, for both small and large scale operations. He
also speaks English, French and German.
Danilo Callewaert, obtained a Science
degree in Chemical Engineering at Ghent University (Belgium) in 1972. He
started his career at Vandemoortele Oils & Fats in 1972 in the field of
soy protein products for human consumption (flours, concentrates,
isolates). Together with Philippe Vandemoortele, the founder of Alpro
N.V. (now a division of Danone), Mr. Callewaert developed and refined
numerous soymilk production processes at Alpro, including packaging,
over several decades and remained dedicated to this company until his
retirement in 2014.
He has more than 40 years of experience in process, product and packaging innovation.
His positions at Alpro included Director of R&D and Science & Technology Expert. His
field of expertise is plant-based dairy and meat analogs. He (co)developed production
processes for various vegetable drinks based on legumes, grains and nuts including soybeans,
rice, oat, almonds, hazelnuts. He also has experience with lupin, sunflower, hemp and quinoa.
In addition to his technical consulting work for SoyaDairy, he also supports the work of the
non-profit Malnutrition Matters.