The headline event for the new Ingredients and Raw Materials sector, with IngréBio.

At the centre of the Ingredients and raw materials sector, the Organic Ingredients Forum will hold its debut. With contributions of experts, producers and processors, the leading issues in the upstream segment of the organic industry will be examined. There will also be an exhibition taking a look back on 20 years of star ingredients and looking forward to the promising performers of the years to come.

Sunday 22 October 2017

10.00: Organic ingredients: alternatives for innovation – Focus on Superfood
Speaker: Gaëlle Frémont / INGREBIO – Testimony: Diego Garcia / BONABIO
A focus on major themes in organic innovation and the ingredients of success

11.00: What cane sugar to select in my organic sourcing
Speaker: Claire Touret / BIOPARTENAIRE – Testimony: Béa Dietrich and Andres Schwippert / PRONATEC
Or how to reconcile sustainability and fairness in the supply of a crucial but distantly-sourced product.

12.00: What if suppliers were selected on requirements other than specifications?
Speaker: (to be confirmed) / BIOCOOP
Suppliers are required to comply with stringent specifications in order to be listed, but is this the only criteria of choice? France’s leading organic retail network talks about its sustainable purchasing policy which incorporates high standards and reflects strong principles in areas relating to environmental and social issues.

13.00: Keys to help to safeguard your purchasing: focus on vegetables
Speaker: Jean-Christophe Briet / JCB CONSULTING – Testimony: Marc Montluçon / FRDP
Organic sourcing is a crucial step for processors. How to reduce risks, with a focus on a high-stake sector: the vegetable sector.

14.00: Customer expectations regarding plant-based dietary supplements and cosmetics
Speaker: Aurélie Andriot / PHYTOLIA
Presentation of consumer market research conducted by Phytolia

15.00: Outlook for vegetable protein: from resources to uses
Speaker: Denis Chéreau / IMPROVE
The consumption of vegetable proteins in food for humans should be made more attractive by drawing attention to their origin and their nutritional, organoleptic, functional and economic qualities.

16.00: Superfoods: Traceability of products, transparency of sectors
Speaker: Clément Puech-Lateyron / GUAYAPI
Using a series of examples, Guayapi shows how supply chains can be both responsible and fair.

17.00: How to build a trusting, guaranteed and secure supplier relationship by pooling audits
Speaker: Fabrice Rivaille / MUTUAL AUDIT

Monday 23 October 2017

10.00: Organic ingredients: alternatives for innovation – Focus on protein ingredients
Speaker: Gaëlle Frémont / INGREBIO – Testimony: Birgit Uetz / ACTIBIO
A focus on major themes in organic innovation and the ingredients of success.

 11.00: Contract management to relocate and safeguard supplies locally
Intervenant: Claire Touret / BIOPARTENAIRE – Testimony: André Hyvrier and Jean-Pascal Abdelli / ELIXENS
An example of a way of ensuring secure and fair supplies.

12.00: Organic product formulation assistance tools
Speaker: Cyril Bertrand / RMT TRANSFOBIO
Presentation of tools deployed by the expert group at RMT TransfoBio to support the development of processed organic products.

13.00: Keys to help to safeguard your purchasing: focus on almonds / nuts sector
Speaker: Jean-Christophe Briet / JCB CONSULTING – Vincent Massonat / KERAMIS
Organic sourcing is a crucial step for processors. How to reduce risks, with a focus on a high-stake sector: the nut sector.

14.00: The Proven Origin Plant collective initiative by Phytolia
Speaker: Aurélie Andriot / PHYTOLIA – Testimonies: Laurent Martineau / PROMOPLANTES, Christophe Ripoll / NAT’INOV, Samuel Gabory / NATURE & STRATEGIE
Presentation of the approach and the charter introduced by the association Phytolia

15.00: An example of a new green technology as a way forward for the future to draw full value from plant resources
Speaker: François Rolin Maarouf / LABIOCRAC
LabioCrac launches a new innovative technology for the recovery of farming by-products and waste as a solution for the organic sector.

16.00: Nutritional ingredients: why to invest in BtoBtoC communication strategy
Speaker: Juliette De Perthuis / NUTRIKEO

 17.00: Requirements for ingredients usable in organic certified cosmetics and detergents
Speaker: Valérie Lemaire / ECOCERT GREENLIFE

Tuesday 24 October 2017

10.00: Organic ingredients: alternatives for innovation – Focus on Gluten Free
Speaker: Gaëlle Frémont / INGREBIO – Testimony: Martin Tores / BIERCORS
A focus on major themes in organic innovation and the ingredients of success

11.00: How to get involved in Fair Trade “made in France”
Speaker: Julie Maisonhaute / PFCE – Testimony: Pierre Gaubert and Patricia de la Fouchardière / BIOPARTENAIRE
Keys to developing North-North (and even local) fair trade in one’s supply chain

12.00: Using by-products and ingredients: a virtuous circle?
Speaker: Stéphanie Guillotin / CBB-CAPBIOTECH – Testimony: David Trumier / TRIBALLAT Noyal
Examples of industrial reprocessing and barriers relating to the use of by-products

13.00: Keys to help to safeguard your purchasing: focus on livestock
Speaker: Jean-Christophe Briet / JCB CONSULTING – Testimony: Corentin Hamard / ERCA BIO
Organic sourcing is a crucial step for processors. How to reduce risks, with a focus on a high-stake sector: the pork sector.

14.00: Challenges and impacts of the implementation of an ISO standard on organic and natural cosmetics
Speakers: Valérie Lemaire / ECOCERT GREENLIFE – Nicolas Bertrand / COSMEBIO

15.00: Nutritional ingredients: why to invest in BtoBtoC communication strategy
Speaker: Gwendaline Guillaume / NUTRIKEO

16.00: Organic product formulation assistance tools
Speaker: Paul Vandooren / RMT TRANSFOBIO
Presentation of tools deployed by the expert group at RMT TransfoBio to support the development of processed organic products.

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