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

Photo Natexpo 2021. Non-mandatory face mask according to public health measures in force at the time of the show.

At the centre of the Ingredients and Raw Materials sector is held the Organic Ingredients Forum, animated by Ingrebio. Discover a full programme around the key issues of the upstream part of the organic vertical. Sustainable ingredients, vegetable proteins, structuring and consolidation of sectors, sourcing and formulation of organic food and cosmetics products will all be discussed with contributions of experts, producers and processors of the sector.

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Programme of the conferences

 

Sunday 18 September 2022

10:30am Innovate with sustainable organic ingredients: close-up on ‘local’ ingredients
Geographical proximity, reshoring, origins, transparency, etc. How can we restore meaning to our supplies by controlling the supply chains?
>> Organic Ingredients Discovery Tour: meeting ‘local’ organic ingredient suppliers
With Gaëlle Frémont, INGREBIO

12:00pm “Regulatory reactions by Synabio”: developments to be aware of when processing organic products
Overview of quality information: pesticides, GMO-NBT, risk analysis and information on regulations: exemption requests, salt and cleaning and disinfection products.
With Bernard Lignon, SYNABIO

1:00pm Consumer perceptions of plant-based proteins
Highlighting the main results from the consumer survey on the perception and consumption of processed or unprocessed plant-based proteins.
With Justine Dragon, CLUSTER BIO AUVERGNE RHÔNE-ALPES 

2:00pm Innovate in cosmetics with sustainable organic ingredients
Discover the latest ingredients development trends for cosmetics.
>> Organic Ingredients Discovery Tour for sustainable cosmetics
With Magali Barbier, COSMÉBIO and Gaëlle Frémont, INGREBIO 

3:00pm Roundtable Responsible organic purchasing: understanding the risks to act in the field
Through the testimonials of 3 companies committed to a CSR approach, we will discuss the application of sustainability issues in the supply chains. As an example, we will share the actions of actors sourcing vanilla, dried fruits and meat ingredients.
With Mathilde Gsell, SYNABIO, Sylvie Gérard, EMEA SUD PROVA and Philippe Sendral, AGROSOURCING

 

Monday 19 September 2022

10:00am Innovate with sustainable organic ingredients: close-up on an offering that goes a step further 
While organic certification guarantees a foundation of positive practices, it is possible to go further by integrating, for example, fair trade, CSR, animal welfare, biodiversity, upcycling, etc. 
>> Organic Ingredients Discovery Tour: meeting suppliers of organic+ ingredients
With Gaëlle Frémont, INGREBIO 

11:00am Plant proteins: nutritional benefits and key criteria for developing new products 
Organic raw materials, benefits and limitations, optimisation by the formulation process 
With Émilie Dalle, NUTRIFIZZ and Bastien Boissonnier, CLUSTER BIO AUVERGNE RHÔNE-ALPES  

12:00pm Consolidation and pooling of organic supply chains: an opportunity in a turbulent organic market? 
With Claire Dimier-Vallet, SYNABIO with testimonials 

1:00pm How to successfully formulate simpler and more natural organic food products? Practical case with tools by RMT ACTIA TransfoBio 
The RMT ACTIA TransfoBio expert network will give you the possibility to directly test its cleaner product formulation tool using proposed alternatives to additives. It will also be the opportunity to consult and reserve the new practical guide for processing organic products! 
With Paul Vandooren, ADRIANOR and partner of RMT ACTIA TRANSFOBIO 

2:00pm Innovate in nutraceutical products with sustainable organic ingredients
Discover the latest ingredients development trends for nutraceutics.
>> Organic Ingredients Discovery Tour for dietary supplements
With Gaëlle Frémont, INGREBIO  

3:00pm Sustainable seafood supplies: which fish for tomorrow? 
Challenges and outlook for the organic seafood sector. 
With Pia Leveille, A PRO BIO and Thomas Canetti, FOOD4GOOD 

4:00pm Towards zero-deforestation cocoa: who will pay the price? 
Deforestation, child labour, poverty of cocoa farmers and new European public regulations are increasing the responsibility of companies and their suppliers, organic or otherwise. This is good news, but who will pay the price for these efforts for transparency and traceability? Fair trade, with remunerative prices and lasting trade relations, is a strong lever for the sustainable transformation of these sectors. 
With Audrey Grelombe, COMMERCE ÉQUITABLE FRANCE

 

Tuesday 20 September 2022

10:00am Innovate with sustainable organic ingredients: close-up on the plant-based protein offering 
Future ingredients with plant proteins? Suppliers have deployed their offering for a diversity of origins and purposes. 
>> Organic Ingredients Discovery Tour: meeting plant-based organic ingredient suppliers
With Gaëlle Frémont, INGREBIO  

11:00am “Regulatory reactions by Synabio”: developments to be aware of when processing organic products
Overview of quality information: pesticides, GMO-NBT, risk analysis and information on regulations: exemption requests, salt and cleaning and disinfection products.
With Bernard Lignon, SYNABIO

12:00pm Creating added value by local organic sectors: illustrations with the sugar sector 
Organic beet sugars as alternative and innovative ingredients: a sugar beet syrup and a whole beet sugar.
With Eva Coudray, BIO EN HAUTS DE FRANCE

1:00pm Labels and certifications: what customers want, what producers can do
A European vision of labels and certifications as a means to reassure customers. What are the differences between labels and certifications, which ones are essential for customers and why and how is production adapting to these demands?
With Alexandra Farnos, www.alexandra-farnos.bio and Nordine Arfaoui, UNIVERT

2:00pm The benefits of fair trade to consolidate the development of the organic sector in France 
Fair trade, which has been developing strongly for 10 years in France, helps to support conversions and consolidate commitments to organic farming: Illustrations with 14 partnerships in the spotlight. 
With Julie Maisonhaute, COMMERCE ÉQUITABLE FRANCE  

3:00 pm Natural vitamins and minerals 
Consumer expectations for greater naturalness, opportunities and constraints within the framework of organic product developments 
With Émilie Chanséaume-Bussière, NUTRIFIZZ, and François-Maurice Gautheron, LES BIO FRÈRES 

 

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