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Beverage & Dairy Treatment: Roundtable discussion

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Industry experts ask to what extent suppliers ‘lead’ consumers or brands in terms of inspiring new drinks trends or are they more reactive?How is process technology driving ‘hot’ new product categories?What are the packaging implications of your process...

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SOCIAL LISTENING PANEL: Big Data and Big Beverage

SOCIAL LISTENING PANEL: Big Data and Big Beverage

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Social media has forever changed the way consumers talk to one another (and the way companies and consumers talk to each other, too). Find out how you can use social media to take your beverage business to the next level.

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Beverage trend-watching: What’s hot, what’s not, what’s next?

Beverage trend-watching: What’s hot, what’s not, what’s next?

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What are the fastest-growing beverage categories and which consumer trends are successful firms tapping into? ‘Real’ sugar? Fermented beverages? Plant waters? And how are companies such as Keurig changing the beverage landscape? Hear from a beverage entrepreneur,...

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Science and innovation for carbohydrates for sports nutrition

Science and innovation for carbohydrates for sports nutrition

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Sugar and carbs in general have become public enemy number one for many nutritionists, so are carbohydrates losing their allure in sports and lifestyle products? In this webinar our experts will discuss the current state of the science of carbohydrates...

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Coming out of the shadows to bask in the light

Coming out of the shadows to bask in the light

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Bars or drinks? Weekend warriors or fitness walkers? The US sports nutrition market is dynamic and diverse beast, valued at an eye-watering $21.5 billion for drinks, shots, bars, gels, and supplements. But who are the consumers, which products are driving...

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NutraIngredients

Sports supplementation for all, personalized for me

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For many consumers, there is a distinction between sports nutrition products for elite athletes and the rest. But is it a true divide or are sports nutrition products getting better for all? How do formulators use science obtained in athletic populations...

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Sports Drinks Divorce: A Two-Tier Market Emerges

Sports Drinks Divorce: A Two-Tier Market Emerges

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Gatorade was born in 1965 and with it the sports drinks market. Initially targeted at elite athletes, the brand became mainstream, and despite strong sales growth in the US, markets such as the UK are suffering – while mass brands like Gatorade Perform...

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The big debate: Meeting demands in supply & quality

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In this roundtable debate we ask how the industry can meet increasing demand for nutritional oils (and particularly for omega-3s from a variety of sources).What are the best ways to produce meaningful amounts of nutritional lipids? Is it better to increase...

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Omega Fatty Acids - Global Trends and Opportunities

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The omega fatty acid market (comprising of functional food, drinks and supplements) was worth US$30 billion, yet most populations are deficient. In her presentation Diana Cowland will compare the market for omega fatty acid-fortified food and drink to...

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The importance of nutritional lipids for mood and behaviour

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Nutritional lipids have long been suggested to have an impact on our health. From healthy hearts and arteries to vision and learning. But what about more subtle measures of our wellbeing like mood and behaviour. In this webinar Professor Alex Richardson...

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Datamonitor

The natural and clean label market opportunity

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If an ingredient starts with an x, sounds like a chemical, or isn’t in your kitchen cupboard at home, it’s going to be regarded with suspicion by some consumers on both sides of the Atlantic, who want foods that are ‘wholesome’, ‘authentic’, and ‘natural’,...

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Regulatory update: Are natural claims worth the legal headaches?

Regulatory update: Are natural claims worth the legal headaches?

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With a class action lawsuit filed almost weekly in California against companies using the word ‘natural’ (in the absence of a useful legal definition), should food marketers think twice about using the term in the US market? How many of these cases ever...

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Active packaging – how to design a system that works

Active packaging – how to design a system that works

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Active Packaging is an exciting area of development for the extension of shelf life and involves the use of materials which can actively reduce the levels of oxygen or even reduce the microbial count within the pack. We ask what are the factors affecting...

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