The Starch World conferences bring together players from the starch industry – leaders, professionals from agro industrial crops & plantation companies, enzymes suppliers, traders & buyers of starch & starch derivatives, raw material suppliers, ethanol producers, machinery suppliers for starch processing and many others.
The Starch World conferences, now held in Asia, Middle East, Europe and recently Americas, covers topics such as – regional starch market outlook, feedstock competition – between corn and cassava, specialty starches, starches & derivatives markets, sugar market outlook, to food trends such as clean labels, gluten-free and more.
CMT’s 4th Starch World EUROPE brings to market a line up of authoritative panel of experts sharing their views and updates on the industry.Key Highlights of the event
- Beyond Starch: challenging times for EU starch producers but opportunities in the EU bioeconomy and protein plans
- EU market for plant proteins : food market segments and outlook
- Commercializing your protein: functionality versus value
- Production of Food Proteins from Carbohydrate Crops with Fermentation Technology
- Masking off notes in plant protein with novel fermentation solution
- EU Novel Food Regulation in connection with new protein ingredients
- Outlook for EU starch: crops, products and trade
- Creating new value from side stream potato starch
- CRISPR-Cas9 technique for sustainable production of potato starch
- Going back to basics – rice flour vs rice starch with focus on applications
- Organic starch market
- Trend in paper markets, production process & implications for starch suppliers
- Biobased and compostable thermoplastic resins made from different starches
- Natural specialty flours & functional applications
- Innovations to meet consumers’ healthy demand for clean label and sugar reduction
- Starch taste: oral digestion, sensory perception, and transduction mechanisms
- Healthy diet and a shared value food system - The case with Matooke (green banana) flour
There is also an optional site visit tour on October 16 to the Lyckeby Starch Factory, Larsson & the Stora Enso Pulp & Paper Mill.