Juice Summit 2019

1 & 2 OCTOBER

THE JUICE SUMMIT IS THE LEADING, ANNUAL CONFERENCE FOR FRUIT JUICE EXECUTIVES FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD. IT STARTED IN 2013, AS A WAY TO PROVIDE A GENUINE AND DYNAMIC FORUM FOR ALL INDUSTRY PLAYERS AND THEIR SUPPLIERS WORLDWIDE.
THE JUICE SUMMIT IS ORGANISED BY AIJN, IFU & SGF


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Speakers 2019

Kai Oliver Antonius

Chief Sales Officer, Austria Juice GmbH, Austria

Kai Antonius serves in the function as Chief Sales Officer since 2018 for Austria Juice. In this function he is responsible for Sales, Marketing, Product Development and R+D. Before being appointed CSO he was mainly responsible for the Business Development in Flavors.

Before working at Austria Juice, Kai was working for various companies in the beverage- and flavor and fragrance-industry in sales and market development positions.

He has lived in Germany, the US, Switzerland and Austria.

Julian Aschoff

Dr., Head of Group Technology, DOEHLER GmbH, Germany

Dr. Julian Aschoff joined Döhler in 2016 as part of the R&D team in Darmstadt.

His Ph.D. findings regarding the evaluation of nutritional properties of fruit products resulted in four publications in highly renowned, peer-reviewed journals and were critically acclaimed by both the scientific community and the public.

Today, Julian is responsible for Döhler’s global technology and process innovation and is a member of the AIJN Scientific Expert Panel.

Juliano Ayres

General Manager, Fundecitrus, Brazil

Antonio Juliano Ayres is, since 1997, the General Manager of Fundecitrus (Fund for Citrus Plant Protection). Fundecitrus is an important association maintained by the citrus grower and industry of São Paulo State, Brazil, focused in promoting a sustainable development of the Brazilian citriculture through research and development of new practices against pests and diseases. He has B.S. and M.Sc. degrees in Agronomy from the University of São Paulo, FCAV-UNESP/Jaboticabal, and M.S. and M.B.A. degrees in Citriculture from the University Politecnica of Valencia, Spain.

Kevin Barley

Director AJC, Premier Juices, USA

Mr. Barley and Premier Juices help European suppliers connect to the US AJC market. Mr. Barley spent 20 years at Morgan Stanley helping the orange juice industry hedge with FCOJ Futures. Mr. Barley helped create the AJC Futures contract, launched in 2012 on MGEX. In addition, he provides AJC Intel to the industry. Earlier in his career, Mr. Barley was recognized by Inc Magazine with the Entrepreneur of the Year Award in 1997 for the amazing growth of his startup company Groundwater Protection.

David Berryman

CEO, David Berryman Limited, UK

David is the CEO of DBL, a company he founded in 1987. In 1997, he built the first juice blending plant in UK. Some four years ago, the company opened a new factory in Luton, focusing on innovation in the beverage and ingredients sectors of the food industry.

Kees Cools

Executive director, Doehler, The Netherlands

Kees Cools has been a member of IFU`s executive committee since 2005. Currently, he is IFU`s Vice President and allows the members to take advantage of his century-long expertise in the food and beverage market.

Today as an executive director of the Döhler Group, Kees is responsible for the company`s business unit Fruits & Vegetables which requires close and frequent contact with key people in the global ‘’Juice‘’ world, involving raw material producers, Juice beverage bottlers and consumer & retail marketing specialists.

Philip Coverdale

Director of Consulting, GlobalData, UK

Philip has 17 years’ experience in FMCG strategy, the past 11 of which specifically in beverages. He started his career at Accenture, before moving to Zenith where he was a Board Director. He joined GlobalData in 2016 to lead the company’s beverage and dairy consulting teams in EMEA and LATAM. At GlobalData he directs strategy projects for many of the leading drinks brands, suppliers, industry investors and associations.

Over the course of his career Philip has directed over 140 market entry, portfolio strategy, channel strategy, competitive intelligence, forecasting and due diligence projects. He has led teams in 22 countries across North and South America, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia.

Philip holds an MBA with Distinction from the University of Bath and an MEng from the University of Nottingham.

Jacki Davis

Moderator

Jacki Davis is an experienced journalist, speaker and moderator of high-level events both in Brussels and in EU national capitals, the editor of many publications, a regular broadcaster on television and radio news programmes, and a Senior Adviser and member of the Governing Board of the European Policy Centre think tank.

Jacki has been based in Brussels for 25 years, and was previously Communications Director of the European Policy Centre think tank; Editor-in-Chief of E!Sharp magazine; and launch editor of European Voice, the Brussels-based weekly newspaper then owned by The Economist (now Politico).

Laura Degallaix

Director Environmental Sustainability, FoodDrinkEurope, Belgium

Laura Degallaix is Environmental Sustainability Director at FoodDrinkEurope, the European association of the food and drink industry. Laura was previously the Executive Director of ECOS for 7 years, a European environmental NGO specialised in standardisation. Before joining ECOS, Laura was Programme Manager for Environment and Services at ANEC, the European association for consumer representation in standardisation, for two years. From 2005 to 2010, she was Head of the Environment and Safety Department at BEUC, the European Consumers’ Organisation. She started her career at UFC-Que Choisir, the French main independent consumer organisation.

Laura holds a Masters II degree in Biology from Paris XI University, and an engineer degree in environment from the Ecole Polytechnique of Orléans.

Tim Eyrich

VP of Research and Commercialization, Southern Garden Citrus, USA

Tim has been involved in agriculture for 40 years. During this time, he has held position as on farm agronomist, seed production manager, product development and research director. In his current position Tim leads a team that is focused on solving the citrus greening issue and stabilizing Southern Garden’s existing citrus groves.

Laura Fernández Celemín

General Director, EUFIC European Food Information Council, Belgium

Laura leads EUFIC, a non-profit organization that since 1995 increases the knowledge of the European population on food and health issues. She loves her role of inspiring a team of 30+ and designing strategies to deliver on EUFIC’s important core mission. More at www.eufic.org

Her background is in dietetics & human nutrition with a PhD in Biomedical Sciences.

She is a Trustee and Advisor of several non-profits (European Foundation of Dietetics and Nutrition, Nutrition Bulletin – British Nutrition Foundation, Sabri Ülker Research Foundation). She has published and presented extensively on EUFIC, European research and other topics to various audiences.

Heikki Hirvonen

Director Corporate Procurement, Eckes Granini Group, Germany

Heikki is a procurement professional with more than 20 years of experience from various FMCG industries and positions. Heikki has collected experience from Marketing to Supply Chain during his career. Currently Heikki is leading a team of procurement professionals who are sourcing raw materials globally. Heikki has been involved since the beginning to initiate and implement sustainability strategy for Eckes Granini Group.

Olaf Hoffmann

Head of PM BU Fruit & Vegetables, Doehler, Germany

Experience :

Jan 2018 – Today : Head of Product Management Fruit & Vegetables, Döhler GmH Darmstadt

May 2007 – Dec. 2017 : Head of Product Development & Quality, Andros Germany

Feb 2005 – May 2007 : Head of Product Development Andros Germany

Jan 2001 – Jan 2005 : Projectengineer for raw-materials & technic Döhler GmbH, Darmstadt

Dec 1996 – Oct 2000 : Production Manager & Quality Manager  Valor Central Co-operative Ltd., South Africa

Studies :

Jan 1999 – Dec 2000 : Technikon Port Elizabeth Baccalaureus Technologiae in Business and Administration (part time)

April 1992 – Oct 1996 : Technische Fachhochschule Berlin Food Technology

José Jordão

AIJN President, Director Sumol+Compal, Portugal

José Jordão is a board member of Sumol+Compal, SA (S+C). This is the holding company of Sumol+Compal Marcas which is the outcome of a merger between two of the most important Portuguese soft drinks companies. Both shared more than 50 years of existence.

From the outset of Sumol+Compal Marcas in 2009 through February 2017 José was responsible for strategy, marketing and innovation at the company’s four-member Executive Committee. His current role at the holding company is the strategic management of S+C.

Prior to the merger, at Compal he served in a variety of positions since he joined the company in 1992. Throughout the years, he was in charge of marketing, domestic and international sales.

José holds a degree in Economics and a Bachelor of Business Administration from ISE and ISCTE University of Lisbon.

Let us make sure that the introduction of the Report touches on the most important issue for the Fruit Juice industry, ie. the FJM Program which constitutes a critical effort of this industry in rebalancing the conversation and finding again an indispensable path of sustainable growth. In the now second year of this program we will start emphasizing the role of science in supporting the messages for key stakeholders.

Claudia Kammann

Researcher, Hochschule Geisenheim University, Germany

C. Kammann studied Biology in Bayreuth and Kiel, Germany, and graduated 1995 at Kiel University. During her PhD thesis in Gießen, she focused on the effects of elevated CO2 concentrations on the potent greenhouse gases nitrous oxide and methane. In her Postdoc time in Gießen (stays in Dublin and New Zealand) she worked on impact/mitigation of climate change on crops and ecosystems. Since October 2014, C. Kammann is a professor for climate change research for special crops at Geisenheim University.

Dirk Lansbergen

IFU President, Austria

Dirk Lansbergen became President of IFU in October 2014. The President is the highest elected position within the IFU. In collaboration with the board (Executive Committee) he determines the objectives and strategy of the Association and gives direction to the Executive Director.

Dirk started his career in the juice industry in 1993 and has since worked in Italy, Germany, Argentina, Austria and USA. Dirk currently works and lives in London, UK. Dirk holds a bachelor in economics and a master in finance & accountancy.

Josep Lay

Managing Director, PT Great Giant Pineapple, Indonesia

Experienced professional with a demonstrated history of working in various industries (photography, telecommunication, packaged fruits, juices and fresh fruits). Skilled in Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG), Customer Service, Strategic Planning, Business & Strategy Development, Sales & Marketing Management, Business & Management Operations. Strong professional with a Bachelor Maths focused in Business Administration from University of Wollongong (Australia) and more than 20 years experiences in fruits & juices industry.

Current executive position as Managing Director for fresh fruits (pineapple, banana, guava), packaged fruits (canned pineapple, pineapple juice, canned tropical fruits) and non-food (bromelain enzyme, cassava starch, liquid organic biofertilizer).

Daniela Martini

Dr., MS Nutritional Science, University of Parma, Italy

Daniela Martini is Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the Human Nutrition Unit of the University of Parma. She graduated in Human Nutrition and got a PhD in Food Science & Nutrition at the Campus Bio-Medico University of Rome. Her expertise includes the analysis of antioxidant compounds in foods, the evaluation of the role of bioactive-rich foods in the modulation of markers of oxidative stress in in vivo models and food legislation (e.g. food labelling, nutrition and health claims).

Nazanin Moradi

Cluster Sustainability Expert, Tetra Pak, UK

Nazanin is a cluster sustainability manager in Tetra Pak, the world’s leading food and packaging solutions company.

In her current role being based in London, she looks after European markets including Belgium, France, the Netherlands and UK.

She holds a Masters degree in Urban Environmental Management from Wageningen University, the Netherlands.

James Quincey

CEO & Chairman, The Coca-Cola Company, USA

James Quincey is chairman and CEO of The Coca-Cola Company. Quincey, who first joined the company in 1996, has held a number of leadership roles around the world.
He became CEO in 2017 and was elected chairman of the board in 2019.
Quincey is leading Coca-Cola in its continuing evolution as a total beverage company.
Coca-Cola is a growth company that provides brands and beverages that make life’s everyday moments more enjoyable, all while doing business the right way. The result is shared opportunity for communities, customers, employees and shareowners.
Before becoming CEO, Quincey served as president and chief operating officer of the company from 2015 to 2017.
From 2013 to 2015, he was president of the company’s Europe Group. Under his leadership, the group expanded its brand portfolio and improved market share. Quincey also played a key role in the creation of Coca-Cola European Partners, one of the largest independent Coca-Cola bottlers in the world. Quincey served as president of the Northwest Europe and Nordics business unit from 2008 to 2012. This role included leading the acquisition of innocent juice in 2009.
Quincey joined the company in Atlanta in 1996 as director of learning strategy for the Latin America Group. He went on to serve in a series of operational roles in Latin America, eventually leading to his appointment as president of the South Latin division in 2003. He was president of the company’s Mexico division from 2005 to 2008, where he led the acquisition of Jugos de Valle.
Prior to joining Coca-Cola, Quincey was a partner in strategy consulting at The Kalchas Group, a spinoff of Bain & Company and McKinsey.
Quincey, who speaks English and Spanish, received a bachelor’s degree in electronic engineering from the University of Liverpool.

He is a native of Britain.

Stephan Raeker

Global Competence Director, Symrise, Germany

With 19 years in the flavor and beverages industry, Stephan Raeker is a passionate B2B marketer, holding various international positions throughout his career. Educated in consumer insights with a short episode in B2C brand management, he was steered the Symrise Soft Drinks Category in Europe, Africa and the Middle East, before moving to Asia to lead the regional Beverages Business Unit. Since 2015 he is Global Competence Director for the Symrise citrus business.

Tanja Reilly

Business Development Manager D-A-CH, EcoVadis, Germany

Tanja is an expert in sustainable procurement and is responsible for the D-A-CH region at EcoVadis for over 4 years. Before joining EcoVadis, she worked for many years in the compliance environment and previously worked as a consultant on international SAP implementation projects. Tanja Reilly regularly gives lectures and workshops on sustainable procurement and business value enhancement through improved sustainability performance.

Rudi Richards

General Manager, South African Fruit Juice Association, South Africa

Rudi Richards is currently the General Manager of the South African Fruit Juice Association. He was previously the Executive Chairman of the South African Fruit and Vegetable Canners Association.

He has many years of experience in both the South African and also international FMCG industries. He held executive and director roles in manufacturing, finance and marketing in both Tiger Brands and Langeberg Foods.

He has represented South African agro processing industries both internationally and locally including participation with Government in National Industry and Agricultural Trade forums.

Marius Robles

Co-founder, Food by Robots, Spain

Marius Robles is the Co-founder of Food By Robots, a pioneer company that aims to accelerate the benefits of robotics to revolutionize the way we eat. He’s also the CEO and Co-founder of Reimagine Food, the world’s first disruption centre focusing on anticipating the future of food.

World-renowned food tech speaker, recognized as a food futurist by Fast Company magazine and as a visionary by CNN, Marius has written several articles analyzing the future of food and the food tech revolution. Marius has worked worldwide with leading corporations, governments, associations and NGO’s and has delivered highly inspirational and thought provoking keynote addresses to audiences in over 20 countries.

Jan Rotmans

Professor dr. ir, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Jan Rotmans (1961) is a socially engaged scientist, with more than 200 publications in the field of climate change & global change modelling, sustainable development, and transitions and system innovations. After his PhD-research and work at RIVM he became the youngest professor of the Netherlands in 1997, at the Maastricht University (ICIS: International Centre for Integrative Studies). In September 2004 he founded the new research institute DRIFT, Dutch Research Institute For Transitions, and became full professor in transitions and transition management at the Erasmus University Rotterdam.

Apart from his scientific work he also wants to contribute to a better and sustainable society. Therefore a radical change, a transition, is necessary. With his knowledge he would like to make up the rules and transmit them to the people involved in any project, region or sector, so that they can give it a swing into a more sustainable direction. For a more sustainable future in the Netherlands he co-founded the Urgenda in 2007. In 2014 he founded “ Nederland Kantelt “  a foundation that will stimulate transition in the Netherlands on several fields.

Gijs Rotmans

Head of Juices Platform EMEA & APAC at Louis Dreyfus Company, The Netherlands

Almost 15 years working for LDC. Currently responsible for the Juice division in EMEA and APAC. Before joining LDC, worked in several commercial and operational roles for Vopak in The Netherlands, Spain and Mexico.

Graduated at Erasmus University in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Having Masters in Business Administration and Corporate & Private Law.

Member of the SGF Irma board.

Working in Switzerland but living with family in The Netherlands.

Carrie Ruxton

Dr., Nutritional Advisor for Fruit Juice Matters, UK

Dr Carrie Ruxton is a dietitian and health writer with more than 20 years’ experience in science and communications. Over the years, she has worked with a broad range of food sectors, including supplements, tea, eggs, meat, cereals, dairy, snacking, functional ingredients and soft drinks. Dr Ruxton has been part of the central Fruit Juice Matters team since 2017, providing content, training and scientific support.

Peter Spaargaren

Head of Global Agro Sustainability, Doehler Group, The Netherlands

Peter Spaargaren is a Bsc food technologist by education, graduated on beer brewing.

Peter joined Döhler since 2014 and is heading the agro sustainability supply chain efforts of Döhler and responsible to develop and implement the sustainable strategy into a set of agro sustainable initiatives. Döhler aim is by rolling out large scale farmer projects to improve social practises, by providing guidance on best practises to reduce environmental impact and to improve the livelihood of farmers. Döhler developed a set of local project teams rolling out best sustainable practises at farm sites. Döhler is aligned to relevant agri-stakeholder platforms and works with food companies to jointly develop sustainable supply chains initiatives.

Peter started his carreer as management trainee at Cargill Juice B.V. with focus on citrus innovations and supply chains. During last 25 years Peter primarily focused on global supplier development programs and customer service. Peter was QA manager for the Amsterdam terminal,  head of product development and in the last stage globally responsible for QA activities of Cargill Flavor Systems.

Peter is since 2007 member of the AIJN COPEG, the AIJN TC. More recently member of the AIJN CSR Expert group and Juice CSR platform and participating in Work Group 2 (apple and red fruit) and WG3 (Thai pineapple). Peter represents Döhler on the SAI platform with focus on fruit and arable-vegetables activities.

Peter is born and raised in The Netherlands, married and has 2 children.

Joachim Tretzel

SGF President, Döhler Group, Germany

Chemist, Research and Development at Döhler GmbH since 1990

Born 12th, September 1951. Married, two children.

Studies of chemistry and medicine at University of Würzburg. 1980 – 1990 manager in the F+E-Management, Technical Marketing and Production for AKZO Fibers & POLYMERS in Germany and the Netherlands, as well as General Management of the Enzyme Division of RÖHM, Darmstadt.

Wouter Vermeulen

Senior Director, Public Policy Center Europe, Middle East & Africa, The Coca-Cola Company, Belgium

Wouter Vermeulen leads The Coca-Cola Company’s Public Policy Center for Europe, Middle East and Africa. This team supports the long term growth of Coca-Cola’s business through pro-active engagement on public policy debates with EU and international stakeholders, while providing specialist expertise to support the 120 markets across the region.

Wouter joined TCCC in 2006 as Senior Manager Public Affairs and Communications for Belgium and Luxembourg and held roles of increasing responsibility over the years including H&W Director in Coca-Cola Europe’s Public Affairs team and Group Director in Coca-Cola’s corporate International Government Relations team. He represents The Coca-Cola Company at various trade associations such as UNESDA, Food Drink Europe, World Federation of Advertisers and others.

Wouter has more than 25 years of experience in public affairs and communications. He held various positions such as spokesperson for the Belgian Minister of Agriculture, the Belgian State Secretary for Development Cooperation, the Federation of Enterprises in Belgium and was managing partner at the leading Belgian online agency.

He holds a degree in applied economics from the University of Leuven. When not at work you will find him cooking or reading (history) books.

Karen Wells

Associate Director, Zenith Global Ltd, UK

Karen Wells has Associate Director responsibility for Zenith’s commercial consulting projects. With 12 years’ experience in the beverage industry, she leads on projects at both global and local level, and has overseen numerous bespoke assignments in key markets for some of the world’s leading FMCG companies.

Key areas of focus include due diligence, feasibility, market opportunity assessments and international strategy. Prior to joining Zenith Global, Karen worked industry-side in the meat and poultry sectors, developing key accounts.

In the USA, Karen works alongside Zenith’s subsidiary, Beverage Digest, providing in-depth insight into the local beverage market.

Iwashita Yuya

Project leader, ITOCHU Corporation, Beverage Materials Section, Japan

Almost 13 years working for Itochu Corporation. During his carrier in Itochu he managed trading business of various fruit ingredients from commodity (like FCOJ) to specialties and covered almost all the parts of fruit juice ingredients industry.  Also he spent 3 years in Bangkok for sales & marketing of fruit and vegetable juices inside Thailand / from Thailand to neighboring counties. Currently responsible for overall Itochu’s fruit juice trading business, product development for retailers and relations with Japanese major beverage companies.

What people say about the conference

The Juice Summit in Antwerp is a must-go-to destination for the entire Fruit/Vegs industry. The lectures and presentations are extremely informative. They provide great insights into supply, product and consumer trends. Networking events are very well attended, and a great way to connect with customers and suppliers alike.
Ton Mesters, Vice President Business Development, Kerry
The rise of e-Groceries offers unique opportunities to meet the needs of the ‘always on, on demand’ consumer generation. We are proud to partner with AIJN once more and to explore the growth opportunities for the Beverages industry, in a such impactful and relevant event where to engage with key producers and renowned industry experts.
Nagi Noujeim, Marketing Services Manager, Tetra Pak
The Juice Summit marks a juice soaked two days in Antwerp. From key players to industry leaders in addition to market trends and up to date juice data, the Summit is packed with can’t-miss events.
Bernhard Frei, CEO, Quicornac
The Juice Summit is one of THE top events to network with potential business partners from all over the world within the juice industry and beyond. The Juice Summit is exactly the right place to introduce innovative juice processing systems and discuss about the benefits with the perfect audience of industry experts. The Juice Summit is an established part in our events schedule during the last few years.
Prof. Dr. Stefan Töpfl, Managing Director, Elea
The Juice Summit is the 2 days value investment to meet people from beverage sector and know what is going on in such market – ‘business relationship and information means independence’ are two of Atlântica Foods’ corporate values completely lived during the conference.
Flávia Breternitz, Commercial Director - Export, Atlântica Foods

Agenda 2019

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19:00 - 00:00
Amuz, Kammenstraat 81, 2000 Antwerpen

Welcome evening

08:00 - 13:30

Registration

09:00 - 09:30

Welcome Addresses from the presidents

, SGF President, Döhler Group, Germany , IFU President, Austria , AIJN President, Director Sumol+Compal, Portugal
09:30 - 10:45

SESSION 1 - The Industry facing citrus greening

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A Producers Quest For a Cure to Citrus Greening , VP of Research and Commercialization, Southern Garden Citrus, USA
Improving Orange Juice Taste in Times of Citrus Greening , Global Competence Director, Symrise, Germany
Panel discussion , Moderator
10:45 - 11:00

Quality Juice Foundation Award ceremony

11:00 - 11:30

JUICE BREAK

11:30 - 12:45

SESSION 2 - CSR – From common challenges to common solutions

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General sustainability trends for the F&D industry , Director Environmental Sustainability, FoodDrinkEurope, Belgium
How can packaging help the juice industry accelerate the transition to a circular economy? , Cluster Sustainability Expert, Tetra Pak, UK
Juice CSR Platform from a member perspective , Head of Global Agro Sustainability, Doehler Group, The Netherlands
Status update on the progress of the IDH Sustainable Juice Covenant , Chief Sales Officer, Austria Juice GmbH, Austria
Panel discussion , Moderator
12:45 - 14:00

LUNCH BREAK

14:00 - 15:15

SESSION 3 - Sustainable beverage manufacturing – grove to glass

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How to measure Sustainability in Juice Value Chain ? Case: Ecovadis and Eckes Granini , Director Corporate Procurement, Eckes Granini Group, Germany , Business Development Manager D-A-CH, EcoVadis, Germany
Single Use Plastics Directive , Senior Director, Public Policy Center Europe, Middle East & Africa, The Coca-Cola Company, Belgium
Rising Atmospheric CO2 Concentrations: Direct and Indirect Impacts on Fruit Production , Researcher, Hochschule Geisenheim University, Germany
Polluter Pays Principle - but who is it? , CEO, David Berryman Limited, UK
Panel discussion , Moderator
15:15 - 15:45

JUICE BREAK

15:45 - 16:15

Transition of the food sector, in particular the juice sector

, Professor dr. ir, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands
16:15 - 17:00

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

, CEO & Chairman, The Coca-Cola Company, USA
17:00

END OF DAY 1

19:00 - 00:00
Zuiderkroon, Vlaamsekaai 81/83, 2000 Antwerpen

GALA DINNER

IFU Awards ceremony
09:00 - 10:30

SESSION 4 - FRUIT JUICE MATTERS FOR YOUR HEALTH

Intro - IPSOS Survey on expert views about fruit juice (5) , Moderator
Does fruit juice have a role in preventing heart disease and stroke? , Dr., Nutritional Advisor for Fruit Juice Matters, UK
Presentation by scientist , Dr., Head of Group Technology, DOEHLER GmbH, Germany
Panelist , Dr., MS Nutritional Science, University of Parma, Italy
Panelist , General Director, EUFIC European Food Information Council, Belgium
10:30 - 11:00

JUICE BREAK

11:00 - 11:30

AIJN Award Ceremony

11:30 - 12:00

Decoding the Future of Food: 25 disruptive concepts, startups, and technologies that will change the way we eat & drink

, Co-founder, Food by Robots, Spain
12:00 - 13:30

LUNCH BREAK

13:30 - 14:45

SESSION 5 - DYNAMICS OF THE GLOBAL FRUIT JUICE MARKET

EU , Director of Consulting, GlobalData, UK
USA , Associate Director, Zenith Global Ltd, UK
AFRICA , General Manager, South African Fruit Juice Association, South Africa
ASIA PACIFIC , Project leader, ITOCHU Corporation, Beverage Materials Section, Japan
Q&A Session
14:45 - 16:15

SESSION 6 - THE JUICE SUPPLY CHAIN - OUTLOOK AND CHALLENGES

Apple , Director AJC, Premier Juices, USA
Orange , Head of Juices Platform EMEA & APAC at Louis Dreyfus Company, The Netherlands
Vegetables , Head of PM BU Fruit & Vegetables, Doehler, Germany
Pineapple , Managing Director, PT Great Giant Pineapple, Indonesia
Supply Chain Panel Discussion , Executive director, Doehler, The Netherlands
16:15 - 16:30

CLOSING ADDRESS

16:30

END OF DAY 2

18:00 - 00:00
JJ House, Reyndersstraat 6, 2000 Antwerpen

Networking Evening

Attendees 2019

The Juice Summit 2019 organized by and for the juice industry offers a maximum of networking opportunities.

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Admission Fees

Full juice package

Members 1195
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  • Gala dinner and Networking evening
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Nectar package

Members 1095
Non-Members 1350
  • Welcome Evening
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  • Gala dinner
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Companies registering 10 persons in a group registration will receive a 50% reduction on the 10th person.

Venues

The Juice Summit 2019 will be held at the Hilton Antwerp Hotel 4* in Antwerp, Belgium. The organizers arranged group bookings and special pricing for delegates.

Please note that the number of rooms are limited.

Hotels

The hotel accommodation is not included in the price of the conference package.

Please be aware that these are indicative prices/night, breakfast & VAT are included. The city tax per person is not included.

You can proceed the booking of your hotel by going with your cursor on the picture of the desired hotel and click on the button “book online”.

Hilton antwerp 4* SUMMIT VENUE
Groenplaats 32 2000 Antwerp

Theater hotel 4*
Rooms available from 129,00 € to 149,00 €

Arenbergstraat 30 2000 Antwerp
Banks hotel 3*
Rooms available from 79,50 € to 169,50 €

Steenhouwersvest 55 2000 Antwerp

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