Driving Dairy Innovation
Tapping into the changing global dairy market by developing new products & partnerships & meeting consumer trends around protein, health, functionality & added value 01 – 03 December 2014, Novotel, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Shifting trends, emerging science, new ingredients…
2013 was a record year for the EU dairy industry & for sales of dairy products, benefiting from 500 million consumers & capitalising on the global demand not just for ‘pure’ dairy products but also qualitative & value-added dairy products – & increasingly lactose free dairy alternatives. To help fuel consumer demand & to cover new ingredient developments, consumer trends & product development, FI have developed Driving Dairy Innovation.
As well as being the perfect showcase for dairy innovation from new products & ingredients to regulatory updates & consumer trends around Dairy, the Conference will offer premium networking. With innovation seen as a key driver in the dairy industry, this is one of the most exciting food & beverage categories. Delegates who have already registered interest range from major dairy companies to small entrepreneurs looking to reshape the category across key product categories including yogurt, butter, dairy drinks, functional products – & dairy alternatives.
Coverage will also be given of non-European markets with a specific focus on growth opportunities. With growth projections in countries like China, which according to recent estimates by Arla Foods will need to import 19m tons of milk this year alone, this is a key area of focus for any company looking to expand reach & be on the mark around ingredient innovation.
Who Will Attend
- Dairy Manufacturers
- Dairy Alternative Manufacturers
- Product Developers
- Application Specialists & Technical Heads
- Heads of Innovation
- R&D Technologists & Heads
- Ingredient Manufacturers
- Dairy Suppliers
- Retailer Buyers & Developers
Here what past attendees have said about the 2012 event:
This event provided a very informative overview of the current state of innovation and marketing from industry leaders. I found it to be well worth my time.
Richard Walton, R&D Manager, Meiji Co., Ltd.
Atul Mehra, MD, Tasty Dairy
Interesting palet of subjects and good speakers. I did take in some new angles and some good networking opportunities.
Kirsten Holm Svendsen, Dairy Policy Director, Danish Dairy Board Brussels s.a.
Very valuable in terms of updating market situation of dairy products and developments for customers and legislation. A broad spectrum of subjects which covers many market and product aspects. Good moment to discuss the situation with participants.
Judith Lunter, Product Manager, CSK food enrichment
Good for networking & to hear challenges affecting the dairy industry.
Jonathan Thomas, Principal Market Analyst, Leatherhead Food Research
Good quality of the presentations, lots of market data and figures and a lot of examples to think about.
Natalie Moreau, Senior application specialist Dairy, Givaudan