2nd Starch World Europe

July 07th 2017

2nd Starch World Europe, 30-31 Oct, 2017 – Budapest, HUNGARY

 

Starch industry in EU is more dynamic than ever as the region will see an end to restrictions come October 2017.

Rabobank believes that isoglucose production could take off, particularly in grain and starch-rich but sugar-poor countries such as Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria.

How much demand will there be for starch-based sweeteners after the lifting of quotas ?

Would it replace sugar and what then will the impact be on sugar beet producers ?

How would the EU biobased economy present opportunities for sugar and starch producers and what are the new value added streams including biobased plastics and polymers ?

What novel enzymes are  currently in development to produce new generation of starch derivatives ?

Starches play a vital role in our everyday life. It is the most common carbohydrate in the human diet and is contained in many staple foods.

Starches are can-do ingredients, delivering thickening and binding, freeze-thaw stability.

Whether it’s creating cakes that don’t crumble, ice-cream  with indulgent texture, manufacturers need starches to deliver the food experiences consumers demand.

Starch is also used in paper coating as one of the binders for the coating formulation, and in many other industrial applications from textiles to oil drilling.

With growing calls for naturality and transparency in the supply chain, what does this mean for starch processors ? If processed it out, what is next for clean label?

Held on the 30-31st of October in the vibrant city of Budapest, 2nd Starch World EUROPE is well planned to discuss exciting and relevant issues affecting the region’s starch and relevant industry.

Supported by the European Starch Industry Association, key highlights include:

  • Key note presentation by Hungrana on Starch and Sugar production in the Heart of CEE
  • Implications post October quota
    Will starch-based sweeteners substitute the sugar market ?
    EU sugar reform impact on beet growers and sugar producers
  • The new starch plant in Europe : Kall Ingredients Kft
  • ADM’s focus and perspective on the global starch industry
  • End users perspective on the evolving role of starch – from Nestle, Dulcesol and Limagrain Céréales Ingrédients
  • Novel enzymes that can produce new generation of starch derivatives
  • Animal nutritionist perspective on Comparing proteins from corn, potatoes & wheat for animal feed nutrition
  • Corn Starch & Value Added products  – from Russia’s leading starch producer
  • Overview on Clean Label – will No Label be next ?
  • Starch-based biomaterials developments
  • Starch based bioplastics & current applications in the market
  • Isosorbide projections & developing market applications
  • Functionality and application markets for pulse fibers, starches & proteins

Source: http://www.cmtevents.com/aboutevent.aspx?ev=171019

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