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Britvic, Hershey & SodaStream Delivering Cutting-Edge Content at the Beverage Ingredients Forum

LONDON, April 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --



In response to the growing demand for healthy, natural and functional beverages in today's changing markets, Food ingredients, the world's leading organiser of business networking and professional development events for the F&B ingredients industry, has put together an important global meeting covering the latest beverage ingredients developments.

The Beverage Ingredients Forum provides a series of in-depth sessions over 2 content-packed days and unparalleled networking with industry leaders, attracting beverage manufacturers looking for the latest updates on beverage ingredients trends, regulations, science and application.

Key international speakers already confirmed this year include experts from Britvic Soft Drinks, SodaStream, Almarai Company, Hershey Mexico, Arla Foods, Cocofina and many more!

This is the latest in a series of successful beverage innovation conferences from Food ingredients. The 2013 edition received strong praise from beverage manufacturers and suppliers alike. Previous speaker, Alexandre Nicolau, Deputy Manager at Suntory Global Innovation Center, exclaimed that it was "an excellent event for networking with professionals of food ingredients companies and getting up to date with current innovations."

Rüdiger Galm, Director of Product Development at Carlsberg, thought there were "Interesting new and fresh thoughts" and Shmuel Marko, Syrups R&D Manager at SodaStream liked the "Very interesting topics and good chance to meet others." Martin Schottenheimer, Project Manager at the leading ingredients supplier Jungbunzlauer also commented on how "The speed networking was a very good idea. Never got so many relevant contacts in such a short time!"

Delegates can enhance their time onsite by attending the Post-Conference Technical Seminar - Stevia for Low-Calorie Beverage Reformulation on the day after the main forum. With the approval of stevia for use in countries around the globe, this in-depth technical seminar, created exclusively for the Beverage Ingredients Forum, will provide beverage manufacturers with a detailed review of the market, regulatory and technical considerations related to using stevia-derived sweeteners to achieve low-calorie beverages.

See more information and register your place at http://www.fi-beverages.com

About Fi Conferences: 

Fi Conferences is an extension of Fi Europe Exhibitions, whose world-leading food ingredients event celebrates its 26th year in 2013 and attracts over 24,000 visitors. Fi Conferences runs its popular conferences alongside the exhibition or as standalone events and offers high-level content focussed on the hottest issues facing ingredient suppliers and manufacturers in the F&B ingredients industry today. Fi Conferences provide the information and insights needed by R&D, product development, innovation and marketing professionals at both ingredient suppliers and F&B manufacturers. http://www.figlobal.com/s/conferences



For registration & price enquiries, contact:
Oliver Brunetti, Audience Manager
Fi Conferences
T: +44(0)207-955-3967
E: [email protected]

For sponsorship & event partnership enquiries, contact:
Tolga Irkan, Sponsorship Sales Manager
Fi Conferences
T: +31(0)20-409-9584
E: [email protected]

For speaker enquiries, contact:
Kate Sharman, Senior Conference and Live Content Producer
Fi Conferences
t: +31(0)20-4303 402
e: [email protected]

For media & marketing enquiries, contact:
Dominique Caron, Marketing Manager
Fi Conferences
e:  [email protected]

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