The agenda for the Discovery Tours 2018 is live!
In association with NutriMarketing
The Nutrimarketing experts navigates guided tours to discover how leading companies are responding to innovations in the Food & Beverage industry.
The themes below are available for selection to hear first-hand what companies had to say about their new products. The Discovery Tours will provide a great chance to learn about the different applications and show how these could benefit you and your business.
The Discovery Tours include the following
Ingredients you can trust
Consumers are increasingly looking for products they can trust. That means products made with simple ingredients they are familiar with, traditionally and sustainably processed by real people with total transparency about animal wellbeing and the origins of the ingredients. A recent survey commissioned by specialty PR agency Ingredient Communications found as many as 73 percent of consumers are happy to pay a higher retail price for a food or drink product made with ingredients they recognize and trust. Interestingly, U.S. consumers were willing to pay the highest prices—with 44 percent stating they would pay 75 percent or more extra for ingredients they recognized and trusted. This was followed by consumers in India (32 percent), the Philippines (29 percent) and Malaysia (26 percent), indicating a strong preference for recognizable ingredients among consumers in Asia.
Join the free tour and find new ingredients for the formulation of “real products”.
All around the world, consumers are looking for healthier alternatives. Less sugar, fat and salt and more, proteins, fibers, fruits and vegetables. Thus the global market for salt substitutes is expected to reach US$ 1 billion by 2018. Main ingredients are other mineral salts, flavourings, yeast, plant extracts... The sugar substitute market was estimated at $11.6 billion in 2014. This value is expected to reach $14.355 billion by 2019, at a CAGR of 4.5% for the forecasted period. Main ingredients are intense sweeteners, whether artificial (aspartame, acesulfame, sucralose, …) or natural (stevia, luo han guo, allulose). According to a report from GIA, the global market for fat replacers should reach $2.6 bn by 2020… Main ingredients are fibres and texturising agents. This tour will highlight the latest innovations for formulating healthier products. The market for protein ingredients, in terms of value, is projected to reach USD 58.49 Billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 6.0% from 2017. Animal-based protein represent 75% of the market, but the plant-based protein market is booming.
Joining the free tour will help you to improve the nutritional profile of your products.
The concept of clean label food and beverages--products containing clean and simple ingredients that consumers recognize—is nothing new, but it has been thrust into the spotlight over the past few years as health-conscious consumers want to know what they are putting into their bodies. In the food & beverage industry global sales of clean-label products hit US$165 billion in 2015 and are projected to reach $180 billion by 2020. According to Mintel, 25 % of the new product launched in APAC had a clean label claim. 81% of Chinese consumers, 62% of Australian consumers and 61% of Japanese consumers say that On pack claims relating to ‘no additives’ or ‘no artificial ingredients’ are quite or very important.
Join the free tour to discover new solution to develop clean label products.