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September 10th 2014

Sports Nutrition 2014 explores the current market and future opportunities for the sports nutrition industry, valued at more than $30 billion (€22b) globally.

This free-to-attend one-day online event offers valuable insights and presentations about the key product segments, demographic groups and geographic regions in this fast-paced and exciting business sector.

Webinars, moderated by the award-winning journalists behind the NutraIngredients and BeverageDaily news sites, will focus on market opportunities, formulation and regulatory challenges and strategies for brand success.

Conference programme webinars:
SN14-WRBM1-BD-Sports Drinks Divorce: A Two-Tier Market Emerges

Sports Drinks Divorce: A Two-Tier Market Emerges - by William Reed Business Media

Ben Bouckley - BeverageDaily.com, Jack Owoc - VPX/Redline

Gatorade was born in 1965 and with it the sports drinks market. Initially targeted at...

SN14-Roquette-BD-… Pea protein promise… muscle mass

… Pea protein promise… muscle mass - by Roquette

Amy Fratus - Roquette, Aurélie Mauray-Soulier - Roquette, Catherine Lefranc - Roquette

Sports nutrition products are no longer niche items for athletes. They appeal to general consumers...

SN14-Kemin-BD-XSurge™: Recover Faster for a Stronger Start to Every Workout

XSurge™: Recover Faster for a Stronger Start to Every Workout - by Kemin Health

Tatania Emmick - Kemin Human Nutrition and Health

XSurge™ is a patent-pending, polyphenolic blend of powerful levels of active constituents examined following an...

SN14-Capsugel-BD-Sports nutrition powered by innovative dosage forms

Sports nutrition powered by innovative dosage forms - by Capsugel

Dominik Mattern - Capsugel

Dominik will showcase how the latest generation of dosage forms can benefit to R&D and...

SN14-Rousselot-BD-Flex & Go with Peptan Collagen peptides

Flex & Go with Peptan Collagen peptides - by Rousselot

Richard Schell - Rousselot

Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body and the main component of...

SN14-Glanbia-BD-Next Generation Amino Acid Technology

Next Generation Amino Acid Technology - by Glanbia Nutritionals North America

Jeremy Bartos - Glanbia Nutritionals Customized Solutions

Amino acid fortification is a rising market trend with sports nutrition as one of the...

SN14-Sabinsa-BD-For The Love of Sports Ingredients, Naturally.

For The Love of Sports Ingredients, Naturally. - by Sabinsa Corporation

Anurag Pande - Sabinsa Corporation

Today sports nutrition is one of the most promising sectors of the dietary supplement industry,...

SN14-WRBM4-WC-SL-BD-September-2014-Sports supplementation for all, personalized for me

Sports supplementation for all, personalized for me - by William Reed Business Media

Aurélie Mauray-Soulier - Roquette, James Collins - Arsenal Football Club, Mark Gilbert - MuscleGenes.com / ESSNA Member, Shane Starling - NutraIngredients-Europe

For many consumers, there is a distinction between sports nutrition products for elite athletes and...

Thursday 13th February 2014

As consumer demand for functional foods and supplements containing healthy lipids and oils continues to soar, global demand for fish oils and omega oils (omega-3, omega-6, omega-7, & omega-9) will continue to climb.

Yet the massive market for these mega-ingredients is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to healthy oils: from antioxidant-rich olive oils, to healthy vegetable and seed oils, and the growing interest for herbal oils and supplements – the market is booming.

While research on the benefits of supplements and health focused functional foods may take centre stage for many, tackling the challenges of sustainability, supply chain management, and formulation in finished products are all vital for future success.

In this NutraIngredients and FoodNavigator online event, we bring you the latest consumer and market insights, scientific developments and technical innovations in the nutritional lipids and oils space.

Conference programme webinars:
NLO14-WRBM2-WB-SL-BD-Asia-Feb-2014-The importance of nutritional lipids for mood and behaviour

The importance of nutritional lipids for mood and behaviour - by William Reed Business Media

Alex Richardson - FAB Research, Nathan Gray - NutraIngredients.com and FoodNavigator.com

Nutritional lipids have long been suggested to have an impact on our health. From healthy...

NLO14-WB-SL-BD-February-2014-Omega Fatty Acids – Global Trends and Opportunities

Omega Fatty Acids - Global Trends and Opportunities - by William Reed Business Media

Diana Cowland - Euromonitor International, Hank Schultz - NutraIngredients-USA.com and FoodNavigator-USA.com

The omega fatty acid market (comprising of functional food, drinks and supplements) was worth US$30...

NLO14-BD-Capsugel-How next generation dosage forms create competitive market advantage

How next generation dosage forms create competitive market advantage - by Capsugel

Peter Zambetti - Capsugel

Peter will showcase how the latest generation of dosage form can benefit both to R&D...

NLO14-BD-Qualitas Health-The vegetarian, sustainable omega-3 LC-PUFA

The vegetarian, sustainable omega-3 LC-PUFA - by Qualitas Health

David Hart - Qualitas Health

Almega PL is a new, vegetarian, EPA-rich omega-3 LC-PUFA from microalgae. Omega-3s play a crucial role...

NLO14-BD-Virun-Unknown Thoughts. How to reduce competition on the shelf

Unknown Thoughts. How to reduce competition on the shelf - by VIRUN®

Deepa Shenoy - Amway Global R&D, Philip Bromley - VIRUN, Scott Doughman - Source-Omega, LLC.

Creativity, invention, and innovation in food, beverage and supplements are those concepts that differentiate themselves...

NLO14-BD-WRBM3-The big debate: Meeting demands in supply & quality

The big debate: Meeting demands in supply & quality - by William Reed Business Media

Adam Ismail - Global Organization for EPA and DHA Omega-3s (GOED), Peter Zambetti - Capsugel, Shane Starling - NutraIngredients.com, Toby Middleton - Marine Stewardship Council

In this roundtable debate we ask how the industry can meet increasing demand for nutritional...

March 20th 2014

Beverage brands and fillers and dairy processors are always seeking process technology that cuts costs, shortens treatment times and preservative use, extends shelf life and improves product quality for consumers.

Beverage and Dairy Treatment 2014 explores process technologies including aseptic, ESL and hot filling to HPP, comparing the pros and cons each on a cost/benefit basis in terms of CAPEX, OPEX – including the demands of line cleaning, packaging treatment, energy use, line speed, scalability and staff training.

Independent experts will assess the performance and prospects for each technology and its all-important packaging impact against the backdrop of ‘hot’ or high-performing global beverage and liquid dairy categories.

Products benefiting from recent technologies include RTD teas, functional waters, added-value beverages with fruit pieces, ‘purer’ fruit and vegetable juices, while added-value dairy drinks are carving out a lucrative niche.

Our online event will explore these complex issues to provide you with the answers you need – that must-read message in a bottle – whether you’re a brand keen to choose the right technology, a filler planning a new line investment or a processing and packaging supplier keeping step with market trends.

Conference programme webinars:
BDT14-GEA-WB-SL-BD-March-2014-Bottling solution for Liquid dairy products

Bottling solution for Liquid dairy products - by GEA Process Engineering Inc.

Luigi Baiocchi - GEA Procomac S.p.A., Marco Bruno - GEA Procomac S.p.A., Paolo Ventrelli - GEA Procomac S.p.A., Silvia Armanetti - GEA Procomac S.p.A.

GEA Procomac has developed a new range of fillers for the dairy industry. The technology...

BDT14-Avure-WB-SL-BD-March-2014-High Pressure Processing for Beverages

High Pressure Processing for Beverages - by Avure Technologies

Errol Raghubeer - Avure, Tim Hunter - Avure

High Pressure Processing (HPP) offers tremendous safety and shelf-life extension advantages for juices and other...

26th June 2013

Consumers want foods that are ‘wholesome’, ‘authentic’, and above all ‘natural’, although few of them can articulate what this means.
And they are not alone. Regulators have not had a good stab at defining ‘natural’ either. The US Food and Drug Administration says natural means that “nothing artificial or synthetic (including all color additives regardless of source) has been included in, or has been added to, a food that would not normally be expected to be in the food”.
But what about HFCS, GMOs and a raft of other ingredients that some stakeholders believe do not belong in an ‘all-natural’ product?
In Europe, meanwhile, there is also no legal definition of ‘natural’ or ‘clean-label’, and every retailer has a different list of ‘unacceptable’ ingredients for suppliers to avoid.
To some consumers, ‘natural’ means safer, to others it means healthier, less processed, nothing artificial, or sustainable.
In this FREE FoodNavigator online event, we explore how clean label and natural trends are developing, what consumers expect, and the latest developments in natural ingredients.

Conference programme webinars:
NCL13-WRBM-Keynote1-WC-SL-BD-June-2013-The natural and clean label market opportunity

The natural and clean label market opportunity - by William Reed Business Media

Caroline Scott-Thomas - FoodNavigator-USA.com, Tom Vierhile - Datamonitor

If an ingredient starts with an x, sounds like a chemical, or isn’t in your...

NCL13-WRBM-Keynote3-WC-SL-BD-June-2013-Regulatory update: Are natural claims worth the legal headaches?

Regulatory update: Are natural claims worth the legal headaches? - by William Reed Business Media

Hank Schultz - NutraIngredients-USA.com and FoodNavigator-USA.com, Rebecca Cross - BraunHagey & Borden LLP

With a class action lawsuit filed almost weekly in California against companies using the word...

NCL13-WRBM-Keynote3-WC-SL-BD-June-2013-Panel debate: The evolution of natural and clean-label: What do consumers want?

Panel debate: The evolution of natural and clean-label: What do consumers want? - by William Reed Business Media

Aaron Edwards - Ingredion UK Limited, Catherine Adams Hutt - RdR Solutions Consulting, LLC, Chris Brockman - Mintel, Elaine Watson - FoodNavigator-USA, Mary Mulry - FoodWise

The panel debate will address the following questions: What does research tell us about what consumers...

NCL13-Ingredion-WC-SL-BD-June-2013-Growth Opportunities for Clean-Label-Positioned Foods and Beverages

Growth Opportunities for Clean-Label-Positioned Foods and Beverages - by Ingredion

Aaron Edwards - Ingredion UK Limited

Though no formal regulatory definition exists for “clean label,” consumer insights are helping to shape...

October 20th, 2011

The globalisation of the food industry coupled with stricter regulatory oversight means the ability to guarantee the shelf life of products has become essential.

Longer supply chains provide significant opportunities for brand owners to broaden their market reach. But such prospects rely on technical innovation to extend the shelf life of foodstuffs as they travel greater distances across the globe.

These trends, combined with the burgeoning consumer appetite for more natural tasting processed foods, have spurred the emergence of a raft of novel technologies that seek to maintain food quality while lengthening shelf life.

High pressure processing, active and intelligent packaging and predictive modelling are all driving advances as packaging and processing technology providers bid to meet consumer and food manufacturer aspirations.

The Controlling Shelf Life Virtual Conference 2011 will bring together leading industry voices in these key areas to discuss cutting edge technology, market trends and brand owner requirements.

Conference programme webinars:
VE-CSL11-WC-SL-BD-May-2012-Seal Integrity

Seal Integrity - by DuPont Tate & Lyle Bio Products

David Voisin - DuPont

The purpose of a package is to preserve food. In a multilayer structure, the correct...

VE-CSL11-WC-SL-BD-May-2012-Quality Retention, Shelf Life Extension

Quality Retention, Shelf Life Extension - by Multisorb Technologies

David Payne - Multisorb, Kay E. Krause - Multisorb

Retaining quality and extending the shelf life of packaged foods can be a challenge. Oxygen,...

HPP – how to overcome the cost challenge and double shelf-life

HPP – how to overcome the cost challenge and double shelf-life

Jane Byrne - FoodNavigator.com, Wouter de Heij - TOP

High pressure processing (HPP) is one of the most exciting new technologies, opening up considerable...

Active packaging – how to design a system that works

Active packaging – how to design a system that works

Kay Cooksey - Clemson University, Rory Harrington - FoodProductionDaily.com

Active Packaging is an exciting area of development for the extension of shelf life and...

Spoilage models - taking the bug out of the supply chain

Spoilage models - taking the bug out of the supply chain

Ben Bouckley - BeverageDaily.com, Gail Betts - Campden BRI

The food industry has become increasingly focused on developing different 'what if' scenarios when reformulating...

27th May, 2010

On Thursday 27th May 2010, beverage formulators from all over the world connected with industry experts and ingredients suppliers during an 8 hour virtual conference and expo. From their desktops, they were all able to attend live conferences, visit stands and network with industry peers, all on the Internet!

Conference programme webinars:
VE-DI10-2010-WC-SL-BD-May-2010-Making Health Claims for Beverages

Making Health Claims for Beverages - by DSM Nutritional

Emily Tellers - DSM, Jess Halliday - FoodNavigator.com, Philip Rijken - DSM

The new health claims regulation is shaking up the world of functional food and drinks....

VE-DI10-2010-WC-SL-BD-May-2010-Driving sustainable drinks production

Driving sustainable drinks production - by DSM Nutritional

Jeroen van Roon - DSM, Rob Beudeker - DSM

Sustainability is high on the beverage manufacturers’ agenda, with an increasing sense of urgency over...

Fast growing segments of the drinks industry

Fast growing segments of the drinks industry

Chris Brockman - Leatherhead

The programme starts with an overview of the beverage industry using the latest data to...

How beverage businesses should respond to obesity

How beverage businesses should respond to obesity

Jill Ardagh - British Soft Drinks Association , Tam Fry - Child Growth Foundation, Salvatore Gabola - Coca-Cola Europe Group

Industry has come under fire for the contribution of sugary soft drinks to overweight and...

Soft drinks for adult taste buds

Soft drinks for adult taste buds

David Jago - Mintel International

Gone are the days when the main drinks deemed suitable for adults were soda, orange...

Tackling flavour-texture interactions in drinks

Tackling flavour-texture interactions in drinks

Rianne Ruijschop - NIZO food research

Consumers are increasingly seeking lower calorie beverages, and functional products that are enriched with protein,...

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