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25–27 September 2019 Nutrients 2019 - Nutritional Advances in the Prevention and Management of Chronic Disease
27–28 September 2017 Alcohol Strategies in Asia Conference 2017
Four Points By Sheraton Singapore, Riverview 382 Havelock Road Singapore 169629
Alcohol Strategies in Asia Conference event brings together the beer, spirits, and wine and cider industry from across Asia to share the critical issues and tackle the key points to build the foundations for sustainable growth to maximise profitability.
We are building on the success of last year for another 2 days of networking, exclusive case studies, interactive panel discussions and roundtables. There will be a holistic representation of the alcohol industry in Asia, so make sure you are part of this exclusive group.Join us at this unique event to make priceless connections, stay up to date and stimulated to influence your alcohol strategy to achieve greater profitability and brand awareness.
10–11 October 2017 Innovation in Non-Alcoholic Beverages Congress 2017
London, UK (Venue TBC)
The 6th Annual Innovation in Non-Alcoholic Beverages Congress is coming back in October with a programme jam-packed with all the companies that you want to hear from!
With the changing health trend and preference, beverage companies are seeking to optimise recipes. It is also evolving innovations to create new types of drinks with added multiple functions. This year’s programme is going to deliver all you want to know about the most-up-to-date industrial agendas and new flavour experiences. It will be a true interactive learning session from all kinds of beverages – carbonated, water, tea, juice, energy drink and more!
24–25 October 2017 Beverage Packaging Congress-Addressing ongoing sustainability challenges whilst understanding consumer trends to build exciting packaging innovations
31 October–1 November 2017 Spirits Strategies Congress 2017
• This is the only comprehensive conference focusing on gathering senior level decision makers from across the spirits industry in diverse commercial functions to be inspired to deliver growth. We are building on the success of last year for another 2 days of networking, exclusive case studies, interactive panel discussions and roundtables. There will be a holistic representation of the spirit industry so make sure you are part of this exclusive group.
1–3 November 2017 reThink Food®
The Culinary Institute of America at Copia, 500 1st Street, Napa, CA 94559, USA
The fourth annual reThink Food conference will take place November 1-3 at The Culinary Institute of America at Copia in Napa Valley.
Renowned speakers will explore innovation at the intersection of technology, behavior, and design across five key programming tracks: strategies for market landscapes; food and hospitality experience design; health, sustainability, and lifestyle; the retail/foodservice convergence; and business trends and big data. Visit re-ThinkFood.org regularly for information and updates.
5–6 December 2017 Alcohol Innovation Congress 2017
Arena International’s is thrilled to announce that our Annual Alcohol Innovation Congress is returning to London in December for the sixth year running on 5th – 6th December 2017. As with last year’s, it looks to draw over 150 attendees from the alcohol industry across all sectors.
Similar to 2016, this year’s event acts as a platform and draws those within the industry to tackle innovation challenges, to understand how best to capitalise on changing consumer desires.
For the first time in Europe, this conference offers a strong focus on product innovation, new product development and all that goes hand-in-hand with it. Drawing on the expertise of industry leaders, this event promotes a collaborative approach across categories to understand how one can learn from another across the whole of the product development cycle and driven primarily by key consumer insight and of-the-moment forecasting.
The agenda tackles a whole spectrum of topics and these will be led by senior individuals from big brands including Diageo, Brown-Forman and Asahi, just to name a few, highlighting innovation strategies that they are implementing in order to tap into both the well-being and premiumisation trends.
Join us to make unrivalled networks, gain a deep-seated knowledge of consumer trends and innovation strategies to stay competitive and reap the rewards.
14–15 February 2018 Non-Alcoholic Beverage Strategy Congress
The Non-Alcoholic Beverage Strategy Congress returns for the 6th year. This year's event is going to focus on ways in which companies can grow their business through strategic approaches.
The conference will cover topics such as the growing trend of premiumisation, portfolio diversification, sugar reduction, creating "better-for-you" drinks as well as other critical business priorities which businesses are facing which include importing/exporting and working with distributors.
Alongside this year's event, we will be hosting a pre-conference focus day on The Health Factor - Looking at ways in which companies will have to address the key concerns of consumers and their desire to be more healthy and conscious with the products they are consuming. This event is free to attend for all attendees.
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Key Topic covered
- Discussing the Role of Neuroscience to Source Unbiased Behavioural Insight
- Case Study: Exploring how to engage better Chinese shoppers based on a keen understanding of the Chinese and global consumers behaviours
- Discovering a more Comprehensive Consumer Journey: Understanding Consumers Insights Before – During and After Purchase
8–12 April 2018 13th Trends in Brewing
Dear colleagues in malting and brewing,
On behalf of the Organizing and Scientific Committees, it is our great pleasure to invite you to the International Malting and Brewing Symposium ‘13th Trends in Brewing’, which is jointly organized by KU Leuven (Belgium), Technical University Berlin (Germany), University of Nottingham (United Kingdom), Oregon State University (United States of America), and the Italian Brewing Research Centre (CERB, University of Perugia). The ‘13th Trends in Brewing’ will take place from 8 until 12 April 2018 at the KU Leuven Technology Campus Ghent, situated near the renowned historical centre of Ghent city.
More than ever, maltsters and brewers are constantly looking for process and product innovation in order to obtain premium quality beers showing both pleasant and novel flavour profiles within a wide range of levels of alcohol. Therefore, “Opportunities through innovative ingredients and technologies – recipes, better practices and challenges” was selected as the central theme of the 13th Trends in Brewing. Major topics comprise challenges of the future (both analytical and process-based), breeding in brewing (in particular regarding microorganisms), hops, botanicals, herbs and spices, alternative sources of extract and emerging grains, useful microorganisms in malting and fermentation technology, emerging beers, and innovative processing in malting and brewing, including a round-table session to discuss on membrane filtration in particular (for more detailed information: www.trendsinbrewing.org). Clearly, whereas the aim is to explore and figure out an array of opportunities in different areas of malting and brewing, ‘moving science into practical solutions’ (i.e. searching for workable solutions for problems encountered in daily practice) remains the major objective of the symposium, in accordance with previous editions of Trends in Brewing.
The congress is aimed to bring together malting and brewing researchers, scientists, and technologists from universities, companies and institutes to provide them a unique international platform for sharing new ideas and discovering promising trends and developments in malt and beer production. Scientific findings and technological advances will be presented through invited lectures, peer-reviewed lectures and posters, in combination with an extensive technical exhibition. The symposium will also allow to visit local industrial breweries, and, evidently, to find out the fascinating richness of Belgian beer culture.
By combining the scientific program with a variety of social events, we are convinced that the 13th Trends in Brewing - similar to previous editions with more than 400 attendants - will be a unique opportunity to exchange ideas and contacts, and to consolidate our continuous efforts for innovation in malting and brewing.
We are very much looking forward to meeting you!
Prof. Luc De Cooman
Chair of the Symposiumc
8–10 May 2018 International Beer Strategies Conference 2018
Radisson Blu Portman Hotel, 22 Portman Square, London
The International Beer Strategies Conference is proud to welcome attendees to its 20th Anniversary event. Building on the success of the 2017 programme, the 20th birthday has been developed to once more give world-leading insight to the world of beer.
Taking place in London, we will begin the 3 day event with a brewery tour at Meantime Brewery to give industry leaders an opportunity to explore the facilities.
To ensure that we give attendees relevant content based on their specific needs, we have set up 4 unique streams that will be covered during the conference. These will be portfolio diversification, digitalisation, distribution strategies and the beer market.
During the two day conference, delegates will be presented with the opportunity to hear a keynote presentation from Julian Momen, CEO of Carlsberg UK as well as from Hector Gorosabel, CEO of Asahi Europe who has agreed to return once more based on the success of 2017. There will also be innovative session formats such as a live debate, fireside chat and beer tasting.
The International Beer Strategies Conference will return to celebrate its 20th birthday in May 2018. Don’t miss out on this exclusive event; register your place today!
14–18 May 2018 THE 5TH PEF SCHOOL Pulsed Electric Field applications in food and biotechnology
University of Applied Sciences Osnabrück, Germany
Location of conference: The lectures will take place in a school-like environment at the University of Applied Sciences Osnabrück, Campus Westerberg, Barbarastraße in 49076 Osnabrück Osnabrück. Building SL, room SL0008b. the practical courses will take place at Elea GmbH, Professor-von-Klitzing-Str. 9, Germany 49610 Quakenbrück and at the German Institute of Food Technologies, Professor-von-Klitzing-Str. 7, Germany 49610 Quakenbrück.
Description/About: We would like to invite you to 5 days of Pulsed Electric Field discovery & insight at the University of Applied Sciences Osnabrück, at the German Institute of Food Technologies (DIL) and at the custom built facility for the development of PEF technology at Elea in Quakenbrück, Germany. Over the course of your stay you will partake in lectures about fundamentals of PEF technology and its applications. Practical courses and excursions to our industry partners will complete the PEF school programme. All you, students, academic and industrial researchers, interested in this innovative technology and its applications are welcome to participate at the 5th PEF school 2018 in Osnabrück and Quakenbrück, Germany.
6–7 August 2018 International Conference on Food and Beverages
Meetings International feels proud and honoured in inviting the contributors across the globe to the “International Conference on Food and Beverages” which is to be held on August 06-07, 2018 Tokyo, Japan. This is meant to crease the leading intellects to a platform for round table confab on Food Innovation and its progress. It is the unique service to convey globally renowned universities in the department of food science and beverages, public health nutritional facts, scientists, speculative researchers, food researchers, scholar's etc. This is the congress where you will be having an outstanding experience with the gathering. This conference provides the innovative food technology methods and also you can improve your network globally by interacting with the various experts related to the field of food technology across the world.
26–27 September 2018 Alcohol Strategies in Asia Conference 2018
The 3rd Annual Alcohol Strategies in Asia conference is back for 2018 to delve into key challenges across the whole alcohol industry including beer, spirits, wine and cider. You will have the opportunity to hear from both the local and international brands to give rise to a well-rounded outlook and a fresh perspective on existing challenges.
We are the only event which offers a strategic viewpoint into the Asia alcohol market, offering new insights, data analysis and thought-provoking case studies from senior industry leaders in the region.
Join us at this year's event which offers a strategic viewpoint into the Asia alcohol market, offering new insights, data analysis and thought-provoking case studies from senior industry leaders in the region.
17–18 February 2016 Canadean Soft Drinks Strategy Congress 2016
What current trends are rippling through the soft drinks industry?
Canadean’s 4th Annual Soft Drinks Strategies Congress will present these trends through valuable case studies and interactive sessions; bringing together key multinational brands alongside the most exciting SMEs from across the non-alcoholic beverage sector.
Global industry leaders from companies such as The Coca-Cola Company, PepsiCo, Orangina Schweppes/Suntory, Cawston Press, Pussy Energy Drinks and many more will gather at this European meeting to discuss the crucial industry drivers that will strengthen strategies and boost commercial growth.
9–11 May 2016 Canadean International Beer Strategies Conference 2016
Canadean International Beer Strategies Conference 2015 was a jam-packed two days of exclusive insight, strategic guidance and dynamic discussions on everything from the top trends in beer, the latest product innovations, the evolution of marketing to the rise of craft beer, new international growth markets and disruptors to the market. The 11th edition brought together key industry leaders from the big five to the craft brewers to bring you a refreshing snapshot of the industry.
2016 will follow the tradition as we move to the next European Beer Capital—Brussels for more innovations, the next key trends and brilliant ideas to challenge your thinking and drive your beer strategies forward for years to come.
25–26 October 2016 Canadean Beverage Packaging Conference 2016
The 2015 Canadean Beverage Packaging Conference was the ideal location this autumn to discuss the biggest challenges within beverage packaging for brand owner across Europe.
Our 2015 Event brought together over 120 packaging, R&D and marketing experts from leading global beverage brands all under one roof to explore strategies to help reconnect with consumers, solve issues within the supply chain and comply better with the EU Commission’s circular economy proposals.
The program was jam packed with innovative and informative presentations from both big brands and small brands. Most notably presentations from Coca Cola, EU Commission and ABK6 Cognac. The event also provided a fantastic opportunity to network and participates in interactive sessions with roundtables and panel sessions taking place on each day.The 2016 Beverage Packaging Conference will be returning on the 25th-26th October 2016 in Brussels and we look forward to seeing you there.
15–16 February 2017 Canadean Non-Alcoholic Beverage Strategy Congress
Building on the success of our Canadean Soft Drinks Strategy Congress and the expansion of the categories we cover beyond carbonates, we’ve re-branded the event to the Canadean Non-Alcoholic Beverage Strategy congress bring in-depth analysis and innovative session formats including a non-alcoholic cocktail reception to showcase the creativity and potential for the non-alcoholic beverage sector.
Over the two days, we will be bringing together an impressive line-up of speakers and brands across carbonates, energy drinks, juices, bottled water and the adult soft drinks sectors to discuss and provide in-depth analysis of the latest trends and critical issues facing the industry such as sugar tax and the increasingly health-conscious consumer. With this, we aim to provide brands with beneficial takeaways that they can implement in their business with confidence
5–6 April 2017 Dairy Innovation Summit 2017
With more speakers than ever before, the inspiring and innovative environment provides the ideal platform to gain strategic insight into the significance of dairy innovation; in addition to real life case studies and a macro perspective of the market, you will most likely discover methods to enhance your product and brand value.
What to expect:
• Exploration into the current and future regulations affecting dairy innovation
• The impact of emerging global markets (China, Africa, Middle East and Mexico)
• Latest innovation in manufacturing and how it will influence the market
• Insight into the prominence of Kefir, Quark and Donkey milk and other consumer trends
• Significance of clean label and sustainability in the dairy industry
• How are technicalities in processing contributing to dairy innovation
• The growth of organic dairy and what the future holds
Surround yourself with like minded professionals and industry elites:
We will be joined by the newly appointed President of the International Diary Federation, Judith Bryans, Jens Schaps (EU Commission), as well as industry giants Yili, Juhayna Food Industries, and Chobani to discuss dairy innovation and the latest regulations affecting your business.
The event presents an incredible opportunity to connect with industry professionals from all over Europe, to examine openings as well as look for solutions in order to enhance your strategic approach in moving forward within the dairy industry.
8–10 May 2017 International Beer Strategies Conference 2017