PRLog - April 11, 2010 - SINGAPORE -- A 2009 report by Frost & Sullivan points to ‘sustainable supply chain, adherence to quality standards and alliances with flavor companies’ as keys to success in the Stevia sweeteners markets. The ‘Global Stevia Industry Perceptions Report 2009’ published by Knowgenix also identifies that tackling the taste profile and after-taste tops the list of concerns of F&B companies who are seeking to reformulate with stevia. These critical issues and concerns are the key topics examined by the 2nd Stevia World Asia conference.
2nd Stevia World Asia
Drilling down on the thematic session on flavour solution in F&B products is Ogawa & Co; that will offer insights on flavor modification, and sweetness enhancement technology. More specifically, with Ogawa’s Natural Stevia Optimizer, products will enjoy a sweet full-bodied taste with controlled rich flavors while maintaining its all-natural charm. Another presentation is by the Research and Development Director of Doehler F&B Ingredients, who will share their technology offering for overcoming taste challenges.
Event sponsor Sunwin USA in their presentation titled: “Clearing Confusion and Enhancing Product Value” will clarify a few key issues that could cause confusion in the end-use F&B industry. Ranging from the inconsistent terms, to misleading information on the purity level and Reb-A content. As one of the key leaders in stevia extract manufacturing, Sunwin will also address how "cost in use" in end products can be improved.
Stevia Supply Chain Development, Quality Control and Standards, and Extraction & Purification Technologies are among the in-depth coverage of 2nd Stevia World Asia. The event provides the ideal exchange platform for all players within the Stevia value chain including food ingredient and F&B companies. As the race to meeting global stevia demand and developing flavour solution intensify, Stevia World forum continues to deliver high quality content along with quality networking platform for the advancement of the stevia industry.
Stevia World conference was held previously in Atlanta, Frankfurt and Shanghai, winning high praise and positive feedback. The 2nd Stevia World Asia returns to China for the second time as China is currently the largest stevia producer in the world.
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