4th Starch World EUROPE,

16-18 Oct, 2019 - Copenhagen, DENMARK

Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers

16 Oct, 2019 - Wednesday

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Optional Site visit to
Lyckeby Starch Factory, Larsson & Stora Enso
 
(16th Oct - Wednesday | 08:00 - 17:30)

 

Itinerary

08:00

Depart from Crowne Plaza

09:30

Arrive Lyckeby

Tour for 2 hours

 

Lyckeby Starch AB is owned by some 800 potato growing farmers in the soutern parts of Sweden. This gives us a unique opportunity to control the raw material, the quality and traceability We develop and manufacture modern, potato based speciality starch and fiber to industries in the food and paper businesses worldwide.

 

We operate and control every link in the chain from the culitivation of seed potato and growing the starch potato to the highly specialised production of modern products for applications in the food and paper industries.

 

 

 

11:30

Depart Lyckeby

12:00

Lunch

13:00

Leave for Larsson

 

13:30

Arrive Larsson

15:30

Depart and leave for Stora Enso

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16:00

Arrive Stora Enso

17:30

Finish tour and back to Crowne Plaza

17 Oct, 2019 - Thursday

08:00

Registration

08:50

Chairman’s Remarks

BEYOND STARCH – Protein Developments and Opportunities for Starch

09:00

Challenging Times for EU Starch Producers But Opportunities in the EU Bioeconomy and Protein Plans

Jamie Fortescue, Managing Director

Starch Europe

09:40

EU Market for Plant Proteins : Food Market Segments and Outlook

  • Products, economic drivers, supply and outlook in the EU
Celie Bresson, Agricultural and Economist Engineer,
Oréade-Brèche

10:10

Discussion followed by Morning Coffee

10:40

Commercializing Your Protein: Functionality versus Value

Henk Hoogenkamp, Managing Director,
Future Foods

11:10

Production of Food Proteins from Carbohydrate Crops with Fermentation Technology

Wim de Laat, Owner,
BioscienZ

11:40

Masking Off Notes in Plant Protein with Novel Fermentation Solution

  • The amazing role of yeast fermentation technology in masking off notes
Senior Representative,
BioSpringer

12:10

EU Novel Food Regulation in Connection with New Protein Ingredients

Petr Mensik, Manager - EU Affairs, 
European Consulting Company

12:40

Discussion followed by Lunch

14:00

Outlook for EU Starch: Crops, Products and Trade

  • How competitive is the EU in an evolving world starch and sweeteners market?
  • Clean label and modified starch: can it fill the sweetener product gap or is it a path way to somewhere else?
  • Is the EU protein balance a new opportunity for EU starch producers?
  • Are the EU’s export markets under threat, or just evolving: Brexit and the Middle East

Mr. Simon Bentley, Managing Director

Commoditia Ltd

14:40

Creating New Value from Side Stream Potato Starch

Corine Kroft, CSR Manager

Duynie Holding B.V. (Duynie Group)

Christiaan Oei, Commercial Director

Novidon B.V.

15:10

CRISPR-Cas9 Technique for Sustainable Production of Potato Starch

Mathias Samuelsson, Head of Sales and Development

Lyckeby Starch AB

15:45

Discussion followed by Afternoon Tea

16:15

Going Back to Basics – Rice Flour vs Rice Starch with Focus on Applications

 

Arjan Geerlings, New Business Development Manager

Herba Ingredients BV

16:45

Organic Starch Market

Gijs van Elst, Director -Organic Ingredients

Meelunie B.V

17:15

Opportunities for Polyols & Bulking ingredients in a Sugar Reduction Drive

Carole Bingley, Sr. Associate Principal Scientist - Product & Ingredient Innovation

Reading Scientific Services Ltd - RSSL

17:45

Discussion. End of Day One

19:30

Networking Cocktail Reception for All Speakers & Participants

18 Oct, 2019 - Friday

09:00

Chairman’s Remarks

09:05

Trend in Paper Markets, Production Process & Implications for Starch Suppliers

Per-Ola Nilsson, Paper Mill Director

Stora Enso Paper AB

09:40

Biobased and Compostable Thermoplastic Resins Made from Different Starches

Gregory Coue, Technical Manager,
Kompuestos

10:10

Discussion followed by Morning Coffee

10:50

Natural Specialty Flours & Functional Applications

Marcin Pacholak, CEO

Silesian Grain Sp.Z.O.O

11:20

Innovations to Meet Consumers’ Healthy Demand for Clean Label and Sugar Reduction

Dr. Salomeh Ahmadi-Abhari, R&D Technologist NPD

Zeelandia (Royal Zeelandia Group)

11:50

Starch Taste: Oral Digestion, Sensory Perception, and Transduction Mechanisms

Juyun Lim, Associate Professor - Food Science and Technology Dept

Oregon State University

12:20

Healthy Diet and a Shared Value Food System - The Case With Matooke (green banana) Flour

Sean Patrick, Founder

Gabanna

12:50

Final Discussion. End of Conference

13:00

Closing Lunch

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