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2nd Starch World Europe

30-31 Oct, 2017 - Budapest, HUNGARY

Courtyard by Marriott Budapest City Center

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30 Oct, 2017 - Monday
08:00

Registration

09:00

Chairman’s Opening Remarks

09:10

Starch and Sugar Production in the Heart of CEE - Value Addition in Hungary’s Corn Industry

  • Product range of Hungrana, applications, domestic market of starch, sugar, corn, outlook for the future

Post Quota Implications

09:40

i) Levelling the Playing Field for European Starch Producers Post Quota

10:15

Discussion followed by Morning Coffee

10:50

ii) EU Sugar Reform Impact on Beet Growers and Sugar Producers - the Dynamic Effects on Sugar and Isoglucose Markets

Rabobank Group
11:30

ADM’s Focus and Perspective on the Global Starch Industry

12:10

Overview on Clean Label – Will No Label Be Next ?

12:45

Discussion followed by Lunch

13:55

Chairman’s Introduction

End Users Perspective

14:00

i) Evolving Role of Starch – from the World’s Leading Nutrition, Health & Wellness Company

14:30

ii) Responding to Market Needs for New Healthier Ingredients – Innovations in the Bakery Sector

15:10

Discussion followed by Afternoon Tea

15:50

iii) Functional Flours, Clean Label and Naturality

Limagrain Cereales Ingredients and WestHove - Limagrain Group / Force Limagrain S.A.
16:20

Novel Enzymes that Can Produce New Generation of Starch Derivatives

16:50

Discussion. End of Day One

17:30

Evening Cocktail Reception for ALL Speakers & Participants

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31 Oct, 2017 - Tuesday
08:40

Chairman’s Introduction

08:45

The New Starch Plant in Europe : Kall Ingredients Kft

Mr. István Madácsi, Commercial and Marketing Director
Kall Ingredients Ltd.
09:15

Pulse Ingredients & Applications

09:45

Outlook on biorefining approaches for the sugar and starch containing crops

10:15

Discussion followed by Morning Coffee

Starch-Based Biomaterials Developments

11:00

i) Starch Based Bioplastics & Current Applications in the Market

11:30

ii) Isosorbide Projections & Developing Market Applications

  • Sustainable, plant-based, renewable solutions from sorbitol 
  • Incorporation of isosorbide into polymers (PET, Polycarbonate) for better heat resistance and optical clarity

12:00

Comparing Proteins from Corn, Potatoes & Wheat for Animal Feed Nutrition

Hamlet Protein AS
12:40

Final Discussion. End of Conference

12:50

Closing Lunch

Post-Summit Workshop

31st October (13:30 – 17:00)
Processing Pulses into Value Added Products
– Technologies, Applications & Market Developments
 

Workshop Leader

 

MFH stands for: Mariët Food Holland. It is founded by Mariët van de Noort who grew up on a crops farm – between the beans and peas. At her fathers’ fields she saw the plants grow and growing up she learned about cultivation, harvest and sales. She studied food science at the Wageningen University.

For over 20 years, she has been active in the pulses industry, with a wide variety of companies in various functions and roles, both in the Netherlands and abroad.

 

Working for many years as an expert in the relatively unknown field of vegetable proteins (excluding soy) has provided Mariët with a vast experience and a huge network of producers, processors, of universities and research institutes to industrial end users.

 

Since 2002, Mariët is established as freelance food technologist, as an acting expert in: pulses and their extracts; vegetable protein, food fiber and meat substitures.

 

About these products and ingredients Mariët can tell you all about the cultivation, processing, use, functionality, market knowledge, purchase and sales.

* peas, beans, lupins, lentils , chickpeas

 

  • Cultivation, volumes, yields, diseases and regions of different crops of legumes/pulses
  • Processing of the pulses, different processes, cleaning, precooking, dry fractionating, wet processing into isolates, texturising
  • Products coming out of these processes – proteins, starch, fibres
    - comparing proteins from different pulses
    - separating the fibres and finding functionality and application possibilities 
  • Applications of products/ingredients with added value for sustainability, health and distinctive possibilities 
  • Prices in the current markets of raw materials and ingredients coming out of the processes
  • Existing producers and investments

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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SAVE EUR200 per person for the main conference when you register 3 or more from same company!

Optional Activity:
Post Conference WORKSHOP: "Processing Pulses into Value Added Products - – Technologies, Applications & Market Developments", 31 Oct at EUR395 per person (for conference attendees)

Network With

Plantation/Agriculture Cos and co-ops in farming crops (potatoes, cassava, wheat, corn, barley, rice, pulses, sugar beet), Enzymes Suppliers, Food ingredients suppliers, Companies that uses starch & starch derivatives - food, textiles, paper, pharmaceutical industries, financial institutions, Ethanol Producers, Fertiliser Cos, Equipment & Technology suppliers from extraction to drying.

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