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3rd Starch World Middle East

18-19 Sep, 2018 - Dubai, U A E

Grand Millennium Dubai

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18 Sep, 2018 - Tuesday
08:00

Registration

09:00

Morning Chairman’s Introduction

Fraunhofer-Institut für Angewandte Polymerforschung IAP
09:05

Outlook for End Use Markets for Starch in the MENA Region

  • World market growth and MENA’s position in relation to this
  • Outlook for food, paper, textile and drilling starches

09:45

MEFSCO's Business Update and Future Plans for Sweeteners and Starches

MEFSCO - Middle East Food Solutions Company (Arasco/Cargill JV)
10:15

Discussion followed by Morning Coffee

10:45

Industrial Dextrins and Adhesives from Modified Starch

Karandikars Cashell Private Limited
11:15

Soluble fibres to reduce sugar & calories

11:45

Cost Saving and Yield Improvement Opportunities in Corn Wet Milling and Sweetener Refinery Processes

AK Nisasta Sanayi Ve Ticaret A.S.
12:25

Discussion followed by Lunch

14:05

Afternoon Chairman’s Introduction

Agro Anatolia Gida ve Tarim San Tic. A.S.
14:10

Structure and Functional Properties of Sorghum Starches & its Application in the Region

  • Production of glucose syrup from sorghum starch 
  • Sorghum starch microcapsulation

Ecole Normale Supérieure de Kouba
14:40

Potato Starch as a Biobased Solution for Paints, Coatings & Varnishes

Fraunhofer-Institut für Angewandte Polymerforschung IAP
15:10

Discussion followed by Afternoon Tea

15:45

India’s First Potato Starch Project – from Concept to Commissioning

Dynamic Agri & Foodbiz Consultants Pvt. Ltd.
16:15

Potato Starch and Growing Market Applications in India

  • Future plans on diversifying to modified starches

Stagot Potatoes Products LLP
16:50

Discussion. End of Day One

19 Sep, 2018 - Wednesday
09:00

Chairman’s Remarks

09:05

Modified starch in Egypt

  • Introduction to NAEEM Holding
  • Current Project Updates of Arab Sweeteners
  • Starch Market in Egypt
  • Modified Starch VS Native starch

Arab Sweeteners Company (ASC)
09:40

Sugar Reduction in Beverages Formulation - Technical Challenges

10:10

MEFSCO's Technical & R&D Capabilities

MEFSCO - Middle East Food Solutions Company (Arasco/Cargill JV)
10:30

Discussion followed by Morning Coffee

11:00

Importing Tapioca from Thailand and its Properties in Feed

Agro Anatolia Gida ve Tarim San Tic. A.S.
11:40

Use of tapioca at Turkish compound feed industry

 

12:10

Final Discussion. End of Conference

12:30

Closing Lunch

19 Sep, 2018 - Wednesday

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Starch Modification Technology and the Clean Label Challenge
 
Dr. Michael Radeloff
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A carbohydrate chemist from Hamburg University. He held several international management positions in the starch industry in R&D, Product Development and Marketing. Michael is currently the Senior Tutor for Technolgy Training Courses, a specialist training organisation providing in depth technical courses for industry both on line and in house. He also owns and runs a successful consultancy, Thales Consult,specializing in renewable agricultural raw materials, their derivatives and applications. 
 

13:30

Clean Label Starches

  • Why to modify starch?
  • The legal framework of food starch modification
  • Physical starch modifications (pre-gelatinization, hydrothermal treatment)
  • Enzymatic starch modification
  • Key characteristics of physically / enzymatically modified starches

15:15

Coffee Break

15:45

Chemical starch modification (starch thinning, starch esters, starch ethers)

  • Key characteristics of chemically modified starches
  • Chemical starch modification technology (slurry modification, Semi-Dry and Dry Modification)

17:30

End of Workshop

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Food & Beverage production including confectioneries, sweets, snacks, also other industrial companies that uses starch & starch derivatives – textiles, paper coatings, pharmaceutical industries; Starch producers, companies in the sweeteners and ingredients business, Companies involved Agriculture / Cereal Crops, Companies supplying fermentation technologies, Enzymes Suppliers, grains suppliers and traders, financial institutions, Ethanol Producers, animal feed companies, Equipment & Technology suppliers.

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