This report (extract of the report see below) is kindly provided by IMR INTERNATIONAL Hydrocolloid Information Centerhttp://hydrocolloid.com , Publisher of The Quarterly Review of Food Hydrocolloids.
Day 2 is traditionally the busiest of the 3 day show but this
year day 2 barely equaled day 1 and by 3:30pm Day 2 was winding down as many
attendees AND exhibitors fled for the gate and were probably headed to the
airport to leave Paris before the strike starting late tonight. Day 3 will
undoubtedly be quieter than usual.
Made it to Hall 7 today and it’s nearly as large as Hall 6 although Hall 7 was not as easy to navigate. Surely the organizers can make navigation a higher priority. Two Chinese pavilions in Hall 7. The Chinese pavilions seemed smaller than previous shows but still housed too many to visit all suppliers.
Fibre and protein were themes also in Hall 7 but plant-based foods were more strongly represented than in Hall 6. There was even a “Plant-Based Tasting Experience” area where several plant-based meal alternatives were available. The plant-based revolution in Europe is following the US and tight supply of a few key hydrocolloids remain an issue.
Incremental innovations and me-too products were identified.
Little in the way of totally new hydrocolloid functionality but several
“Clean Label” options offered and based on the ‘In-situ’ concept.
More detail on award winners and functional improvements will be covered in the
next issue of The Quarterly Review of Food Hydrocolloids. A new
LBG supplier will also be disclosed. Availability for raw material remains
It is unanimously agreed that consumer perceptions, or
mis-perceptions, are a major concern. Yet no effort seems dedicated at
addressing this concern by the food ingredient industry. It is rather like
preaching to the choir and navel gazing when it comes to consumer
This report (extract of the report see below) is kindly provided by IMR INTERNATIONAL Hydrocolloid Information Center http://hydrocolloid.com , Publisher of The Quarterly Review of Food Hydrocolloids
FIE Paris – Day 1 Report
Surprisingly high attendance for day 1. Maybe because many
attendees will only stay for two days and leave early on the second day to
avoid the strike disruption expected for the third day. Paris is the city of
lights but also the city of strikes. Frankfurt lays claim to neither and that
is where the 2020 HIE will be held.
Halls 6 and 7 house this FIE and there was only time to visit
hall 6 today. Lots of hydrocolloid suppliers were represented, some with a
strong hydrocolloid focus and others (giant companies especially) where
hydrocolloids are a negligible part of the business.
Protein and fiber are probably the “ingredients du
jour” at this FIE. Protein in the revolutionary plant based movement which
is fast growing in Europe, if not at the pace of the US. Fiber, in the trendy
focus on “Health and Nutrition”. Gum acacia remains a key source of
soluble dietary fiber. There has been no press release by any of the
hydrocolloid trade associations that plan their meetings before an FIE or HIE.
eg. AIPG & Marinalg.
There are some hydrocolloid alliances being made seeking
synergies and cost reduction, eg Silvateam and Rettenmaier. Other alliances are
remaining ‘behind the scenes’. A case of open innovation?
Gramkow’s Food Ingredients Division, Brasilian distributors of UNIPEKTIN Ingredients AG, set an example in promoting Unipektin’s VIDOGUM PRO carob protein as the new rising star of plant proteins, for its great sensory quality and differentiated nutritional value.
…….LBG prices in the past seemed to follow a 10-year cycle of raw material price hikes, which we saw in 1995, 2005 and roughly from 2016 onwards, this time with a little delay and also for the first time for longer than 2 years…….
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Savannah Sydney – A multi-million-dollar investment in the future! New Head Office, Customer Engagement Kitchen and Application Demonstration Room.
Scott Trethowen, Commercial Manager: It is with great excitement that I announce that Savannah Bio Systems Australia has acquired a new Head Office location in the heart of North Shore Sydney. This long-term investment in the future is to build on our capabilities and to ensure we continue to provide excellence in customer support and service in the specialty ingredients industry. The new facility, comprising of 3 floors, has been completely rebuilt internally to accommodate our new Head Office, Customer Engagement Kitchen and Application Demonstration Room.
UNIPEKTIN INGREDIENTS exhibiting at Food Ingredients Europe 2019.
03 – 05 December 2019, Villepinte Parc des Expositions, Paris, France.
Fi Europe & Ni is the world’s leading food and beverage ingredients platform. Held biennially in a major European city, Fi Europe & Ni brings together the world’s leading food and beverage suppliers and specialists in research and development, production and marketing to showcase the most diverse range of new and innovative ingredients and services.
UNIPEKTIN INGREDIENTS exhibiting at Food Matters Live 2019.
19–20 November 2019, ExCeL, London.
One event. Two days. The brightest innovators in food and drink. http://www.foodmatterslive.com A curated exhibition with hundreds of exhibitors and speakers, and thousands of visitors from across the global food and drink industry coming together to create cross-sector connections.
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