Dairy Innovation Strategies 2023

Devising Commercially Successful Strategies for the Dairy Industry

  • Scandic Copenhagen
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2022 Agenda

  • 5 Apr 2022
  • 6 Apr 2022
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Streams

Stream one

Innovation & NPD

Stream two

Sustainability & Ethical Processes

8:50 AM

Chair’s Opening Remarks

Speakers

9 AM

Opportunities Post-Covid: Dairy as a new Force for Good in the world

  • Building a success story in dairy through partnerships and innovation
  • Considering the importance of brand and purpose to connect with today’s consumers
  • Key trends Post Covid: How to capitalise and grow in a crowded market
  • Nailing the right niche, market and product line to become recognised and trusted

Speakers

9:30 AM

Colour Is More Than Colour: Freedom of Choice for Liquid Dairy Products In PET Bottles

  • Freedom to innovate in-trend products and to make technical choices: what dairy brands have told us, as we launched Pennaholtâ„¢, a transformational masterbatch technology
  • Protecting dairy products and build brand equity with PET packaging: how Pennaholtâ„¢ offers the design freedom to create high opacity, premium white PET packages, that stand out on the shelves
  • Unlimited choices of design and technical options: how Pennaholtâ„¢ supports the widest range of colors and effects, and helps precisely dial-in performance and costs
  • Supporting circularity and staying ahead of sustainability trends: how Pennaholtâ„¢ offers opacity and whiteness with 0% TiO2

10 AM

Using health, taste and texture to grow yoghurt consumption

  • Understanding the impact of growing trends in health and well-being on consumer product selection
  • The Protein opportunity-using taste, texture and nutrition to gain consumer preference
  • Looking at the constant evolving consumer trends across regions to predict where the demand will be headed

Speakers

10:30 AM

Harmony in Packaging: Unchanged product and Unharmed planet

  • How sustainable packaging solutions can help the dairy industry achieve their climate goals
  • Packaging by nature – focus on renewable raw materials
  • Sustainable packaging designs to convince the consumer of your planet promise
  • Focussing on new packaging and clean label designs to respond to the demand for minimally processed products

Speakers

11 AM

Morning refreshments and networking

11:30 AM

Case Study: Nilky Innovation & Development behind Dairy Alternatives

  • After a year in the plant based dairy sector how has our view evolved and some business updates of our brand Nilky
  • Regional growth and performance of plant based in the Turkish market
  • Which innovations are in the pipeline for our plant based brand
  • Our new Infant Formula investment and our plans

Speakers

12 PM

From the milk churn to beverage cans: « key drivers for the rise of the can

  • Recruiting new consumers and connecting with new drinking habits
  • Delivering to Europe’s circular economy
  • Discovering innovation opportunities for traditional milk and plant based drinks

Speakers

12:15 PM

Back to the Future: Shaping Dairy for the Next Gen Consumer

  • Looking at lab grown dairy and its position vs dairy based and plant based
  • Considering the rise of “advanced” or “complete” nutrition to create portfolios of high demand
  • Getting innovative with production and the portfolio to cater to the next generation consumer
  • Understanding the potential of lab grown dairy in an existing market that caters to dairy free and flexitarian consumer groups

Speakers

12:45 PM

Lunch and networking

1:45 PM

RTD Indulgence: Becoming the UK Category First for Creative Coffee Fixes

  • Broadening the iced coffee repertoire to tap into the RTD indulgence market
  • Tapping into the growing popularity of exciting dairy and dairy alternative products to offer beverages that excite and entice
  • Looking at the role of the younger demographic when creating innovative NPD
  • Taking the coffee shop to the shelf for convenient and profitable product offerings
  • Creating easy and exciting drinking occasions that cater to new drinking trends

Speakers

2:15 PM

Cleaner Labels will Boost Dairy Products Consumer Appeal

  • Unpacking the regulatory framework and market understanding
  • Breaking down the latest consumer understanding of “Clean Label” for Dairy
  • Next Steps: Solutions to clean dairy and non-dairy labels

Speakers

2:45 PM

Innovating around the Dairy Food and Drink Occasion: How are we catering to new behaviours?

  • Understanding today’s consumer through the innovation of appealing value-added dairy products
  • Understanding what RTD and the table have to offer the new-age dairy consumer
  • Leveraging social and family occasions to bring nutritious and exciting dairy products to the marketplace
  • Using dairy FMCG to set the scene for memorable foodie occasions
  • Reviving the need for staple foods to give dairy a chance to regain traction and grow to greater heights

Speakers

3:30 PM

Afternoon refreshments and networking

4 PM

PANEL: Premiumisation vs Basic Nutrition: Getting the Price and Offering Right

  • How can we respond to the increasing costs in the dairy industry to offer affordable and added value products to market that represent the production investment?
  • Which are the premium trends we are seeing in dairy? Is premium on the up?
  • How do consumers respond to changing price margins in dairy products and do they value the higher quality products vs those that meet basic nutrition?
  • How is the industry developing NPD that offers high premium, high quality products and are these products well received globally or more niche?
  • What does the consumer prioritise in terms of dairy product offerings? And what are the drivers of these priorities? Provenance, culture influence, curiosity and exploration, price?

Speakers

4:30 PM

The 4 reasons Why Dairy Has Evolved to PET Packaging

  • Innovation - PET ensures maximum product integrity and safety
  • Sustainability - PET is 100% recyclable and recycled
  • Commercial value - It has a very high marketing packaging potential
  • Looking at the latest cost-effective packaging solutions for the dairy market

Speakers

5 PM

GD: Hot & Cold. The Best Trends for Dairy in Today’s Market

  • European Trends in Non-Alcoholic Beverages and the effect of the pandemic
  • Cross- Category and market performance in beverages
  • Consumer sentiment and trends - spotting opportunity and declines
  • How the pandemic has shaped behaviour in retail and consumption
  • What the future looks like

Speakers

5:30 PM

Close of Conference

11:30 AM

Reinventing the Cheese Product Category: Innovation in Vegan, Plant-based Dairy Alternatives

  • Latest market trends and product innovation in plant-based dairy alternatives
  • Reinventing cheese and yoghurts the vegan way – blending traditional manufacturing methods with all-new hybrid processes
  • Staying relevant with consumers – how innovative recipes, subscription boxes and trial packs can boost product success
  • Global distribution – what are the challenges with launching vegan dairy products abroad?

Speakers

12 PM

Value creation opportunity with innovative and sustainable packaging solution through concrete examples

  • Success story of consumer centric innovation in the dairy refrigerated aisle
  • Roll-out opportunity with turnkey packaging solutions
  • Accelerate sustainable packaging solutions through open innovation

Speakers

12:15 PM

Back to the Future: Shaping Dairy for the Next Gen Consumer

  • Looking at lab grown dairy and its position vs dairy based and plant based
  • Considering the rise of “advanced” or “complete” nutrition to create portfolios of high demand
  • Getting innovative with production and the portfolio to cater to the next generation consumer
  • Understanding the potential of lab grown dairy and hybrids that caters to dairy free and flexitarian consumer groups
  • Embracing the new protein landscape to understand the nutritional needs of the consumer

Speakers

12:45 PM

Lunch and networking

1:45 PM

From Production Plant to Consumer: Building a Quality Supply Chain for Infant Formula

  • Case study - hear about the latest developments in high-quality breast milk substitutes that meets Danish, European, and Chinese standards for food production
  • Early life nutrition - providing infant formulas and supplements to a sensitive consumer group - how to navigate quality and food safety standards in production
  • Sharing how to ensure quality of dairy products in a high-tech production factory
  • How can a dairy company achieve an efficient production and packaging process and traceability from supplier to customer?

Speakers

2:15 PM

Innovations in Shrink Sleeves

  • Discover the benefits of KP's Heat Shrink Sleeve technology - How our films fit various applications
  • Innovation: How our films enhance your brand and make your product stand out
  • Pentalabel® eklipse® - How light blocking film options increase your product shelf life
  • Sustainability - How our Heat Shrink Sleeve films support a Circular Economy: learn about great opportunities to recycle

Speakers

2:45 PM

Getting in the Mood: Dairy’s Role in the Fight towards Greater Mental Wellbeing

  • Looking at the rising growth of dairy products to enhance mood and mental health
  • Analysing the use of on-pack claims relating to specific mood and health platforms
  • Looking at smaller niches with huge potential for growth to identify where dairy can support further
  • Enhancing mood health through products that cater to new-age consumer concerns

Speakers

3:15 PM

Serving the conscious consumers: helping dairy players to reduce their environmental footprint, from product ideation to packaging solutions

  • Sharing key findings from the latest Tetra Pak Index: How today’s shoppers are evaluating their priorities and actions towards food, health and the environment
  • Innovating collaboratively, from product formulation through marketing
  • Balancing food safety/availability with sustainability

3:30 PM

Afternoon refreshments and networking

8:50 AM

Chair’s Opening Remarks

Speakers

9 AM

The Dairy Innovation Goal: Nutrition, Performance & Experience

  • Understanding today’s consumer mindset to deliver value added dairy products the consumer loves
  • Focussing on the balance between nutrition, performance and experience to ensure consumer trust and leverage repurchase
  • Taking consumer experience further than taste and texture to ensure consumer love and loyalty
  • Repositioning dairy to combat the stigmas and stereotypes that have fuelled dairy free marketing campaigns

Speakers

9:30 AM

Satisfying the sweet tooth naturally in Dairy

  • As concern over sugar intake rises globally how can you stay ahead of the curve for a natural sweetener in your natural dairy products.
  • What is the research saying on Sugar in yoghurts
  • Sugar tax, Where next!
  • Sugar claims in dairy, what is already out there
  • Reformulation challenges in dairy
  • A Holistic approach for sugar reduction in Dairy
  • How can we help?

Speakers

10 AM

Capitalising upon the developing trends in the Foodservice industry

  • Combining dairy with the food experience to develop foodservice that caters to growing niches
  • Shifting focus to portions, sizes and accessibility to expand foodservice from restaurant to home
  • Understanding consumer habits to successfully communicate dairy and dairy alternative options to the best fitting occasion and diet
  • Looking at the challenges and opportunities in the foodservice to push dairy into a space of growth and demand

Speakers

10:30 AM

Overcoming Material Replacement Challenges in Form-Fill-Seal Yoghurt & Dairy Packaging

  • Addressing material replacement challenges in form-fill-seal rigid dairy packaging
  • Simplifying material solutions for improved sustainability & recyclability
  • Evaluating use of polypropylene in FFS compared to PS & PET alternatives
  • Development of XPP Polypropylene Solutions for drop-in material replacement in FFS Yogurt & Dairy applications

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10:45 AM

Morning refreshments and networking

11:15 AM

Speaker Hosted Roundtables

Interactive roundtable sessions offer a unique opportunity to come together with your peers to share best practice and develop solutions to critical challenges facing the industry as a whole. Hosted by industry experts and each focused on a single issue, roundtables are an exciting, interactive way to build your personal network and learn from the experience and expertise of others.

Each roundtable session lasts for 45 minutes, and delegates may attend up to 2 roundtables.

Roundtable 1: Freedom of Choice for Liquid Dairy Products In PET: Creating Great Packaging, Giving You Best Performance for Your Product, and Staying Ahead of Trends

Nicolas Rivollet, Vice President of Marketing, Penn Color

Roundtable 2: Using Natural Ingredients to Drive Colourful Innovation: Discover how clean-label colours can boost products including milk drinks, yogurts, and ice cream

Steven Taylor, Key Account Manager GNT UK & Francisco Unates, Technical Sales Manager, GNT Iberia

Roundtable 3: Hybrid Product or All Plant-based? What are the Greatest Innovation Challenges in Retaining or Reducing Dairy as Part of their Product?

Reserved for OFI Dairy

Speakers

12:45 PM

Lunch and networking

1:45 PM

Digital Presence: The Role of Tech in Unlocking the Potential of FMCG

  • Using digitalisation to boost productivity and increase consumer engagement
  • Addressing challenges by analysing real data to convert it to real solutions
  • Looking at case studies which enabled business success across the supply chain by modernising their approach
  • Finding opportunity in tech to increase scalability and produce favourable results

Speakers

2:15 PM

Driving Digital Solutions for the Dairy Enterprise

  • Digitalization along the value chain: Gaining benefits by connecting the virtual world and the real world
  • Increasing digitalization of industrial production systems results in a new quality of information transparency
  • This is the basis for added values in terms of effectiveness, quality and individuality
  • Industrial Security & Cyber Security as a Basis for Digitalization

Speakers

2:45 PM

Afternoon Drinks & Networking

3:15 PM

PANEL: The Future of Food: Hybrids; Dairy, Plant and Lab Based

  • Authenticity: How can brands remain authentic in their offerings to market if everyone is striving for the same nutritional and ethical value?
  • How can we avoid falling prey to “dairy risks” like plant based and ensure that the industry’s ethics are well communicated to the community?
  • What are we envisioning for the dairy sector by creating NPD in hybrids and experimenting in lab based dairy products?
  • In what ways could lab-based or hybrid dairy products protect the future of the dairy industry and what are the main challenges as we explore these options?

Speakers

4 PM

Taking the Non-Dairy Category to the Next Level: The Oat Milk Journey

  • Case study - unpacking the role of oats in the non-dairy category; how far have milk, ice cream, and yoghurt products come for consumers?
  • The Nordic Market: Mapping Oatly's product journey and the non-dairy milk category growth in the Nordic region, looking at trends in Norway and Denmark
  • Outlining key milestones for product development, category growth and retail success in the Nordics
  • The future of the non-dairy category - what can we expect from the plant-based dairy alternative market and where are the opportunities?

4:30 PM

Close of Conference

2022 Speakers

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EIRIK ASHEIM
Head Of Digitalisation And Technology Lab, TINE

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Digital Presence: The Role of Tech in Unlocking the Potential of FMCG

2023-04-20, 1:45 PM

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SOPHIE DAVODEAU
Product Development Director Europe, Givaudan Taste & Wellbeing

Sophie is Product Development Director for Givaudan Taste & Wellbeing in Europe where she works with her team to define, test and commercialize innovations from the Givaudan food & beverage portfolio for European high growth platforms. She was previously Innovation Director for Sweet Goods & Dairy for Europe, Africa and the Middle East at Givaudan and also spent 12 years at Givaudan leading teams driving commercialization of sensory and consumer relevant innovation. Sophie has worked for Kraft Foods, Bel Group and HJ Heinz in various roles in the domain of sensory science and consumer insights. She graduated from the Institut National Supérieur de Formation Agro-alimentaire with a master’s degree in Food Science.

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Cleaner Labels will Boost Dairy Products Consumer Appeal

2023-04-19, 2:15 PM

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HENRIK RUFF
Global Account Manager, Arla , Siemens

Henrik Ruff is working in Siemens Digital Industries in Denmark as the Global Account Manager for Arla Foods. Siemens offers a broad range of technologies which enable dairies to be more effective and competitive in respect to production costs, quality and efficiency. As part of the Siemens Global F&B Community Henrik, Mathias and their colleagues have a lot of experiences on how digitalization can benefit a dairy along the value chain. In his speech he will highlight the latest trends on automation and digitalization and also cover the importance of cyber security in global companies and how to take the necessary measures to prevent production break downs.

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Driving Digital Solutions for the Dairy Enterprise

2023-04-20, 2:15 PM

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RUTGER SCHUTTE
Vice President, Dairy/Global Head Of Strategic Accounts, Olam Cocoa B.V.

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2023-04-20, 11:15 AM

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JORDI TORRES
Portfolio Director EMEA, Tetra Pak
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NAIMA BOUTROY
Global Packaging Expert, Sidel

Naima Boutroy is Global Packaging Expert. Within her responsibilities, a specific focus is on sensitive product solutions support, such as packaging and preform performance evaluation, barrier packaging solutions, and recycling.

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The 4 reasons Why Dairy Has Evolved to PET Packaging

2023-04-19, 4:30 PM

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GERRIT SMIT
Managing Director , Yili Innovation Center Europe

Gerrit Smit (PhD) is the managing director of Yili Innovation Center Europe, which is based in The Netherlands. This centre is aiming to bridge Yili’s Innovation Centers in China with strategic collaboration parties in Europe; being academia, contract research institutes, key suppliers as well as other dairy and food companies. Before joining Yili he worked as SVP R&D at Valio, Finland (2011-2015), where he was responsible for the R&D portfolio and in particular the long-term strategy, and open innovation with external partners. Previous to that, he worked in Unilever (2004-2011) as Director R&D covering the areas of Flavour and Consumer Research as well as leading the Open Innovation in the area of flavours. He also was a member of the global manage-ment team of the Unilever Food and Health Research Institute. From 1993 until 2004, he worked at NIZO food research in The Netherlands, where he was a board member responsible for the departments Flavour, Nutrition and Ingredients. Moreover, he held for 12 years an en-dowed professorship at Wageningen University (NL) in Molecular Flavour Science. Gerrit got his MSc degree in Molecular Microbiology and Biochemistry, at Utrecht University, and got his PhD degree in 1988 at Leiden University. He also worked as a post-doc for 2 years in R&D in the United States, fol-lowed by a staff position for 2 years at Leiden University.

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Opportunities Post-Covid: Dairy as a new Force for Good in the world

2023-04-19, 9:00 AM

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PANEL: Premiumisation vs Basic Nutrition: Getting the Price and Offering Right

2023-04-19, 4:00 PM

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Norman Lett
Government Affairs Manager UK and Ireland – Sustainability Ardagh

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From the milk churn to beverage cans: « key drivers for the rise of the can

2023-04-19, 12:00 PM

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EMRE SOZEN
Product Innovation & Brand Director, Gönenli Süt

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Case Study: Nilky Innovation & Development behind Dairy Alternatives

2023-04-19, 11:30 AM

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PANEL: The Future of Food: Hybrids; Dairy, Plant and Lab Based

2023-04-20, 3:15 PM

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JOSEFIN EJLERTSSON
Sales Manager Norway & Denmark, Oatly
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PAUL COURTNEY
Product Development Director EMEA/APAC , Sweegen

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Satisfying the sweet tooth naturally in Dairy

2023-04-20, 9:30 AM

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MELANIE STURM
Global Market & Consumers Insights AGRANA Fruit, Agrana
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ARTURS ČIRJEVSKIS
CEO, Food Union

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The Dairy Innovation Goal: Nutrition, Performance & Experience

2023-04-20, 9:00 AM

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ABIGAIL KELLY
Head Of Marketing & Insights, Crediton Dairy

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RTD Indulgence: Becoming the UK Category First for Creative Coffee Fixes

2023-04-19, 1:45 PM

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LAURENT FOLDÈS
Global Market Development Manager Labels, Klöckner Pentaplast

Laurent's role is to facilitate the circularity of KP’s product. By working in direct relationship with brands, converters and recyclers we develop the sustainable product of every day needs where we listen and understand each requirement so we can translate them into the final product offering.

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Innovations in Shrink Sleeves

2023-04-19, 2:15 PM

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CATHERINE LINARD
Dairy Business Development Director, Aptar Food + Beverage

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Value creation opportunity with innovative and sustainable packaging solution through concrete examples

2023-04-19, 12:00 PM

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ANDRI LABUSCHAGNE
Product Development Manager, Namibia Dairies

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Innovating around the Dairy Food and Drink Occasion: How are we catering to new behaviours?

2023-04-19, 2:45 PM

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PANEL: The Future of Food: Hybrids; Dairy, Plant and Lab Based

2023-04-20, 3:15 PM

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ODILE CONAN
Technical Innovation Manager, Fonterra

Odile has been working in the Food Industry for more than 25 years and has held different roles for major dairy ingredients compagnies in Europe. She has a strong expertise in B2B marketing and products innovation, and has a very good knowledge of the application of proteins ingredients. Odile joined Fonterra 2 years ago and currently works in the European technical innovation team, providing technical support to Fonterra’s EU & Africa customers on their applications.

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Using health, taste and texture to grow yoghurt consumption

2023-04-19, 10:00 AM

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STEVEN TAYLOR
Key Account Manager GNT UK, GNT UK

Steven Taylor is a Technical sales manager with over 20 years’ experience the food industry. He started his career as a dairy technologist working in Quality and R&D and moving to business development and sales, covering, dairy, flavours and now Colouring Foods. He has been with GNT since 2015 and along with other key accounts and territories he is responsible for EXBERRY® sales across Scandinavia.

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Speaker Hosted Roundtables

2023-04-20, 11:15 AM

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JACK MACINTYRE
Director Of Consulting, GlobalData

Jack is responsible for GlobalData's non-alcoholic beverage consulting. He spends his days scoping and delivering a wide variety of beverages projects on behalf of global players. Jack has ten years' experience in FMCG strategy - in both consulting and data analytics roles - and previously worked for NPD Group and Kantar. His insights on various consumer markets have been featured in The Economist, The Telegraph, and numerous industry publications.

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GD: Hot & Cold. The Best Trends for Dairy in Today’s Market

2023-04-19, 5:00 PM

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ZHE (ANDY) WANG
Chief Operating Officer, Mille Food A/S

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From Production Plant to Consumer: Building a Quality Supply Chain for Infant Formula

2023-04-19, 1:45 PM

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MATHIAS LANGHANS
Account Development – Dairy, Siemens

Mathias Langhans has worked in various functions at Siemens for over 15 years and has been responsible for Siemens Digital Industries as an Account Developer for Dairy for almost 2 years. Siemens offers a broad range of technologies which enable dairies to be more effective and competitive in respect to production costs, quality and efficiency. As part of the Siemens Global F&B Community Henrik, Mathias and their colleagues have a lot of experiences on how digitalization can benefit a dairy along the value chain. In his speech he will highlight the latest trends on automation and digitalization and also cover the importance of cyber security in global companies and how to take the necessary measures to prevent production break downs.

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Driving Digital Solutions for the Dairy Enterprise

2023-04-20, 2:15 PM

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MARK DEMPSEY
Global Consulting Director – Foodservice, GlobalData

Mark brings over 20 years experience in the foodservice, retail and FMCG sectors to GlobalData. Mark joined the GlobalData team in 2017 following 5 years living in Canada where he was an insights leader for PepsiCo and strategy consulting leader for the NPD group. In his role at GlobalData, Mark brings bold thought-leadership to global partners across the manufacturer, retailer and distributor segments; always striving to find new ways to create growth by positively influencing shopper behaviour. Mark brings significant FMCG knowledge and expertise to the conference having led research around the world on topics from shopper segmentation, to category market sizing to innovation planning and the study of global best practices. Mark will be chairing the conference whilst sharing his views on the changing nature of next generation product offerings, the demands and expectations of today’s consumer, and the innovations and trends that will shape the future…

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Chair’s Opening Remarks

2023-04-19, 8:50 AM

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Chair’s Opening Remarks

2023-04-20, 8:50 AM

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Capitalising upon the developing trends in the Foodservice industry

2023-04-20, 10:00 AM

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PANEL: The Future of Food: Hybrids; Dairy, Plant and Lab Based

2023-04-20, 3:15 PM

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PANEL: Premiumisation vs Basic Nutrition: Getting the Price and Offering Right

2023-04-19, 4:00 PM

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JONATHAN CAGE
Director Of Business Development, ICPG

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Overcoming Material Replacement Challenges in Form-Fill-Seal Yoghurt & Dairy Packaging

2023-04-20, 10:30 AM

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Mudar Mannah
Managing Director, Happy Cashew

His medical training as a specialist in orthopaedics and trauma surgery laid the foundation for his current entrepreneurship. The accuracy and the knowledge of how to acquire new knowledge helped him daily in the challenges as an entrepreneur. Since 2012, he has been dedicated to developing vegan cheese alternatives. Mudar started Happy Cheeze as a Limited back in 2016. In the meantime, they have grown as a team of 40 employees based in Cuxhaven - the passion has remained with them, and demand has continued to grow. 2017 they opened a new production facility in Cuxhaven - where they are able to produce more than 300,000 products monthly and ship them to foodies from all over the world. Although they have expanded, they still rely on traditional production methods and loving craftsmanship in their manufacturing - you can taste it in every bite! Due to the growing demand, Happy Cheeze is already looking forward to expanding again in the near future.

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Reinventing the Cheese Product Category: Innovation in Vegan, Plant-based Dairy Alternatives

2023-04-19, 11:30 AM

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HELENE SIMONIN
Director Food, Environment & Health, European Dairy Association

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Getting in the Mood: Dairy’s Role in the Fight towards Greater Mental Wellbeing

2023-04-19, 2:45 PM

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CECILIA LINDSTRÖM
Head Of Product & Process Design And Open Innovation, Arla Foods

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Back to the Future: Shaping Dairy for the Next Gen Consumer

2023-04-19, 12:15 PM

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Back to the Future: Shaping Dairy for the Next Gen Consumer

2023-04-19, 12:15 PM

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PIERRE THERVILLE
Country Manager And Business-Development, Dairy Industry, Cama Group

His industrial experiences commenced in 1984, which saw him working in various roles in the processing and food sectors. He originally joined Cama in 1990 in his present role as the county manager in France, with a focus on business development. Having left the company in 2000, he re-joined in 2017 and, following the departure of his predecessor, was once again offered the role of country manager. Therville heads a very dedicated French team, comprising mechanical and software service engineers, sales operatives, sales-support personnel and office-support staff

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Harmony in Packaging: Unchanged product and Unharmed planet

2023-04-19, 10:30 AM

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ERIC SOUZA
Global Category Manager Dairy & Alternatives, Agrana Fruit
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PERNILLE SØLVHØJ ROELSGAARD
Process Design In Technology, Arla Foods

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PANEL: The Future of Food: Hybrids; Dairy, Plant and Lab Based

2023-04-20, 3:15 PM

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LUCA GIANNONE
Senior Vice President Sales, Sweegen

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Satisfying the sweet tooth naturally in Dairy

2023-04-20, 9:30 AM

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MARC BETTINGER
Sales Director, Ardagh

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From the milk churn to beverage cans: « key drivers for the rise of the can

2023-04-19, 12:00 PM

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What to Expect for 2023?

Hear from some of the biggest and most innovative brands in your market. Learn what is round the corner in terms of future trends, NPD, product innovation and opportunities for growth.

Hear from a mixture of the biggest brands including as well as new and upcoming disruptors.

Equip yourself for the next 12 months by hearing about new trends in textures, flavours, product types, growth areas and understanding what it is that consumers really want.

 

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