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

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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.

Sunday 23 September 2018

10.00 AM Organic ingredients for innovation: fermentation makes a strong comeback (Gaëlle Frémont, INGREBIO and Laurent Coulloumme-Labarthe, BIOGROUPE)

11.00 AM Nagoya protocol and biopiracy: the case of rooibos, teff and other food products (Bettina BALMER, AKA ZEBRA)

12.00 PM Organic imports: how buyers can instil good practices
(Jean-Christophe Briet, Organic and CSR Purchasing Consultant, SWOTT and Mathieu Gantier, purchasing director, BIO PLANETE)

1.00 PM Gluten-free products: a sustainable innovation trend? (Emilie Chanséaume, Nutrition project manager, NUTRIFIZZ)

2.00 PM CO2 extracts: market trends, behind the scenes in manufacturing
(Karine Seaudeau-Pirouley, Supercritical fluid innovation – Kasop)

3.00 PM Financing projects to structure international organic sectors
(Ben Hoppenstedt, Development economist at ECOPRODEV and Rémi Dénecheau, RDV Products)

4.00 PM Ingredients and new regulation; the changes in appendices 8 and 9 (Claire Dimier-Vallet, Project manager, SYNABIO)

Monday 24 September 2018

10.00 AM Organic ingredients: in search of increasingly elaborate solutions to innovate in organic
(Gaëlle Frémont, INGREBIO and Christian Besson, WORLEE France)

11.00 AM A new certification body for organic and natural cosmetics : The Cosmécert
alternative (Nicolas Bertrand, Director, COSMEBIO / COSMECERT)

12.00 PM Organic imports: how buyers can instil good practices
(Jean-Christophe Briet, Organic and CSR Purchasing Consultant, SWOTT and Nicolas Puillet, purchasing director, NEXIRA)

1.00 PM Nutritional quality of plant protein: how much do we really know about these ingredients? (Céline Gryson, Nutrition project manager, NUTRIFIZZ)

2.00 PM Financing projects to structure international organic sectors
(Ben Hoppenstedt, Development economist at ECOPRODEV and Sébastien Balmisse, KAOKA.)

3.00 PM Tools to develop manufactured organic products
(Audrey Lesturgeon, Technical Adviser, Nutrition and Organic Products, CRITT PACA)

4.00 PM Flavourings in the new organic regulation (2021)
(Claire Dimier-Vallet, Project manager, SYNABIO and Pierre Jannot, Director, Rouages)