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BBII 01-05 10-12 Soft drinks consumption
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SOFT DRINKS CONSUMPTION 15 countries all over the world analysed by TGI

Concern over diet has persuaded many consumers to scale down their consumption of sugary drinks, instead choosing ‘healthy’ products such as fruit juice and bottled water. Despite this shift in attitude, the majority of consumers around the world still favour carbonated soft drinks over these alternatives, according to latest data from TGI. In 11 out of 15 countries analysed, it is revealed that consumption of carbonated soft drinks is higher than consumption of fruit juice or bottled mineral water.

Soft drinks rule The figures indicate that Latin America is home to particularly high proportion of carbonated drink consumers with 93 per cent in Mexico and 92 per cent in Brazil consuming soft drinks. The results

Polly Carter 24, has studied English Literature and works for over two years for TGI global as Senior Marketing Executive, based in Ealing, London.

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BBII 01-05 13-17 Pressure on cider apple prices
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PRESSURE ON CIDER APPLE PRICES Crop development and processing of apples 2003/2004 According to the current prognoses, the supply of apples to be processed in the northern hemisphere will be similar to the quantities reached in 2003/2004, the amounts of 2002/2003 will be clearly exceeded. Despite a slightly larger crop, the processed amount from market fruit-growing of the EU is supposed to remain unchanged due to less damages by hail and improved quality. In contrast to that, the prospects for the fruit tree meadows of Central Europe are better than in the previous year. The surplus of concentrate and direct juice, as well as a poor demand are curbing the processing industry´s demand.

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stimations for the market production in the EU-15 for 2004 amount to scarcely 6.9 m tons, which is about 0.3 m tons, or 4 per cent more than in the past

year. Thus, the harvest has been under average for three years in succession. With 3.4 m tons, the new member s ...

BBII 01-05 18-21 In the trend shaped cans
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IN THE TREND: SHAPED CANS Beverage industry favours individual packaging Crown Holdings, Inc., through its affiliated companies, is a leading supplier of packaging products to consumer marketing companies around the world. Crown Bevcan Europe & Middle East operates 13 beverage can and end facilities across Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. At BRAU Beviale in Nuremberg last November, BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL spoke with the new Vice President of Crown Bevcan Europe & Middle East, John Clinton, and Director of Marketing, Caroline Archer-Reed, about new developments in beverage can technology that differentiate brands and create excitement on retail shelves. (pz) BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL: Crown has a great history. Everyone in the world knows the “crown cork”! Today, Crown Holdings consists of many affiliated companies. Mr. Clinton, how would you define the role of Crown Bevcan Europe & Middle East within Crown Holdings

an Asi ...

BBII 01-05 22-25 Turn-Key
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TURN-KEY Complete solution for producing beverages The rising increase in the variety of beverages and the complex composition of many products places high demands on process technology nowadays. Flexible, extendable plants with a reasonable degree of automation are ideal. Working systems set up compactly are especially effective. Indag-Wild Process Technology, Heidelberg-Eppelheim, has realized this type of turn-key plant for the production of finished beverages at Mineralquellen Wüllner GmbH & Co. KG in Bielefeld. Two filling lines have been in operation since the end of 2003. Two additional lines will be added to this.

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he construction of a new operation in BielefeldUbbedissen gave Wüllner the opportunity of realizing a modern concept for beverage bottling. The idea of the company was to centralise and automate the production of finished beverages so that more efficient use could be made of personnel. Mineralquellen Wüllner also preferred a system const ...

BBII 01-05 26-28 World fair indicates new directions
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WORLD FAIR INDICATES NEW DIRECTIONS BBII talks to the project management of the drinktec 2005 Building on its core competence in beer that has lasted for several decades, drinktec, the World Fair No. 1 for beverage and liquid food technology, will attach greater importance to the segments of non-alcoholic beverages, water, milk and milk mix drinks, wine, sparkling wine and distilled spirits in the future. It offers a complete presentation of technologies (including raw materials) and innovations for tomorrow’s liquid processing. Besides the state-of-the-art technologies for production, filling and packaging of all kinds of beverage products, the drinktec 2005, the motto of which is “Go with the flow”, is also going to present technologies from the liquid food sector. Visitors thus have the possibility to inform themselves about the product variety on the market beyond the production process. BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL (BBII) interviewed Petra Westphal and Diete ...

BBII 01-05 29-31 New filtration era
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NEW FILTRATION ERA A new class of pores for filtration in breweries Technology from the semiconductor and micro system industries is used to manufacture unique very well defined micro filtration membrane products for both full-scale filtration of beer as well as the filtration of beer samples for QC analysis. The full-scale filtration technology offers more flexibility inside the brewery when changing beer types compared to conventional Kieselguhr filtration technology. It also offers cost advantages even when compared to more traditional types of membrane technologies. Several pilot plants, e. g. at the Bavaria brewery in Lieshout (the Netherlands), are currently proving the benefits of this technology for the brewing industry.

Origin of the technology Years ago, Royal Philips of the Netherlands developed the Digital Compact Cassette tape format, which was designed to give CD-quality sound on standard magnetic tapes. DCC used record/playback heads that could write or rea ...

BBII 01-05 32-33 Brau Beviale 2004
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BRAU BEVIALE 2004 Lively demand stimulated exhibition trade BRAU Beviale – in the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg from 10 to 12 November – was the “Mecca of the European beverage industry once again in 2004”, according to frequently heard or read comments. Nearly 37,000 visitors used the three days of the exhibition to inform themselves about the innovations of the European beverage industry which presented a comprehensive range of products for beverage raw materials, technologies, logistics and marketing.

Rising international share The international share at BRAU Beviale rose appreciably in 2004. 38 per cent of the exhibitors and 27 per cent of the visitors came from abroad. Italy with 73 exhibitors provided the largest international contingent, ahead of Austria (61) and Great Britain (60). Large groups of visitors came from Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, the Czech Republic and France. Beverage specialists from the countries of Central Eastern and Eastern Europe had ...

BBII 01-05 34-37 Meeting point Verlag W Sachon
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MEETING POINT VERLAG W. SACHON Impressions of BRAU Beviale 2004 Also in 2004 the stall of the publishing house Verlag W. Sachon was a favoured meeting point for various representatives of the beverage industry or associations as well as for readers and interested visitors. National and international audience enjoyed the conversation with the Sachon staff in front of the backdrop of the Mindelburg Castle.

They came from a long journey: Dr. Alvaro Nogueira (second from left), leader of the Centro de Tecnologia do SENAI, Vassouras/Brazil, and his wife were pleased to have a little break at the Sachon stall during their tight programme. This led to a lively conversation with Johannes Manger, department leader of project communication, Messe München GmbH (left), and business manager Wolfgang Burkart.

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A vivid conversation: Prof. Dr. Reinhold Schildbach (left), emerited professor of the research institute raw materials, VLB ...

BBII 01-05 38-41 Gone with the wind
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The tropical storm named Jeane thoroughly shook up the US beverage fairs InterBev and BevExpo. Power poles cracked like matchsticks (see photo) were a normal sight during the 400 km trip from Miami airport to Orlando.

InterBev and BevExpo suffer from Florida’s heaviest hurricanes of the century Many exhibitors and visitors of the two US American fairs InterBev and BevExpo rubbed their eyes in amazement when they got the dates and venues of the two exhibitions in their hands. The InterBev took place in Orlando/Florida from September 26 – 28, the BevExpo some days later, from September 29 – October 1st in Tampa/Florida which is only 200 miles away. The editorial team of BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL tried to find out the reasons for this confusion and took a visit to both events. This attempt was all the more complicated by the fact that the InterBev had practically been swept away by the tropical hurricane Jeane. In the following, you will find a report ...

BBII 01-05 3 Endless creativity
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BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL

Schloß Mindelburg Verlagsgruppe Sachon

ENDLESS CREATIVITY Tension is also going to prevail in 2005. A strong focus will be directed to the (further) development of beverage sorts. As Dr. Wolfgang Stempfl, business manager Doemens e.V. in Gräfelfing near Munich suggests correctly in his contribution about sensoriy mechanisms (q.v. Doemens News, page 50), producers can ill afford a flop when developing new products, in the face of the tough competitive situation on the market. Product designers have to consider and analyse continuously, whether they get through to the taste and the “style” of the respective target group. The creativity is endless – after the demand has been clearly defined or reveilled due to clever marketing. From flavoured antialcoholic beer for the islamic population to flavoured plant extracts with decaffeinated green tea and bottled water, spiced up with “health” and “wellness” ing ...

BBII 01-05 42-45 Bevexpo - Quo vadis
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BEVEXPO – QUO VADIS Interview with Susan Ruland (IDFA) and Joseph K. Doss (IBWA) About 2 500 visitors and 260 exhibiting companies came to the BevExpo’s trade fair debut in Florida last September. InterBev took place almost at the same location and only short time after the BevExpo. What conclusions can be drawn from these figures What does the concept for the BevExpo 2006 look like Was it just a “gaff” or intention that the two trade fairs took place almost at the same time and the same location BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL tried to find answers to these questions and interviewed leading representatives of the organising associations International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA) and International Bottled Water Association (IBWA). (bu/pz)

Interview with Susan Ruland, vice president, International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA) BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL: Mrs. Ruland, are you satisfied with the course the BevExpo took in Tampa Susan R ...

BBII 01-05 46-48 Successful beginning of bevexpo in tampa
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SUCCESSFUL BEGINNING OF BEVEXPO IN TAMPA 2 500 visitors, 260 exhibitors, 45 professional lectures

This satellite image of September 25th 2004 terrified BevExpo and especially InterBev organisers. To the West of the coast of Florida, the gigantic centre of the tropical hurricane Jeane, which in the course of the day moved northwards, becomes visible (the reporter had booked a flight to Miami, which fortunately escaped the hurricane). People cannot imagine what kind of damage a recurrent natural phenomenon like a tropical hurricane is able to cause in a highly civilised society, if they have not seen it with their own eyes directly on the spot: severe devastations, five million people who, to some extent, had no electricity for several weeks, which caused a breakdown of the whole infrastructure, the traffic control and the foodstuff and fuel supply.

The BevExpo in Tampa was accompanied by an interesting conference programme. If organising associations now even m ...

BBII 01-05 49 30 EBC congress
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30th EBC CONGRESS Prague invites European brewers The Czech Beer and Malt Association will be hosting the 30th International Congress of the European Brewery Convention in Prague from 14 to 19 May 2005. This is the first EBC Congress to be held in this country. It will be again a popular meeting point for brewers and the major brewing and malting related companies, from Europe and beyond. The brewing tradition in the Czech Republic dates back centuries, in fact even the Celts were brewing beer here thousands of years ago. Tracing its history from the 5th century B.C. when the Celts expanded into the country, Czech rose to its full glory in the 14th century during the reign of Charles IV who was responsible for much of the glory that is associated with Prague.

brewing science and technology and relevant topics will include scientific development in the supply chain from raw materials to finished packaged products. In addition, the following special interest areas have been ...

BBII 01-05 50-51 Doemens News
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News Sensor technology as an instrument of product development in the brewery When new products are introduced in the beer market, they usually have to be directed to certain target groups. The time intervals for the introduction of product innovations tend to become increasingly shorter in this context. Due to the high costs involved with the launch of a product, the production of a „flop“ constitutes a danger for the enterprise that might threaten its existence. So the trick to be successful is therefore to produce the things the customer requires. The fine art of producing a product the customer really requires makes it necessary to answer the following questions first: – Do we know the requirements of the customers – Do we know if all customers want the same – Are we able to realise the customer requirements – Under which brand can we sell the product – Do we understand why the customers want our product By means of sensual perception, eating and drinking is a sourc ...

BBII 01-05 52 International events
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INTERNATIONAL EVENTS PETNOLOGY FORUM EUROPE For the 6th time the PETnology Team is pleased to announce their International Conference for the PET Industry and invites all market participants to inform themselves about new developments in all parts of the PET market on 13 – 14 June in the Hotel Palace, Berlin (Germany). Thanks to technical and technological opportunities PET has gained a leading role in the worldwide packaging market. PET bottles are more and more successful in the fields of fruit juices, beer and milk products. The number of market participants is increasing continuously on both the machine suppliers’ side and the PET packaging producers’ side. The product life times are shortened and a competition pressure is arising that influences the product and innovation management as well as the economical situation of the machine and packaging suppliers. All conference attendees are invited to gather detailed information and to take part in discussions with experts from ...

BBII 01-05 53 Allied industries
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ALLIED INDUSTRIES PALL OFFERS TOTAL FLUID MANAGEMENT How can process safety in filtration be increased and thus allow beverage producers to concentrate on their core competence Pall Food and Beverage presents an answer by Total Fluid Management (TFM). For Pall this not only means that they are offering complete solutions for filtration systems and filter media, but also practical support in optimizing complex filtration processes. The TFM concept is based on the analysis and assessment of the core processes of filtration and separation which are important for the economical and ecological success.

Further highlights Pall presented at the Brau Beviale 2004: – PROFI system (Professional Filtration), a combination of centrifugal pre-clarification (by specially developed high-performance separators) and dynamic filtration (on the basis of a patented membrane filtration). – The CFS membrane filter systems represent the safety standard prior to bottling and stand for a cons ...

BBII 01-05 6-7 World news
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WORLD NEWS GERMANY

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Kronseder re-elected as VMDA chairman

BA announces new hire

At the general meeting of the VDMA professional department of beverage machines, which took place on November 24th 2004 in Munich, again a new chairman was to be elected.

The Brewers Association announced in January the expansion of its professional brewery division. Pete Johnson will fill the newly created position of Programs Manager. Since 2001, Johnson worked as the Program Director for the Brewers’ Association of America. The Brewers Association was established January 1, 2005 by a merger of the Association of Brewers (AOB) and the Brewers’ Association of America (BAA).

Volker Kronseder, executive chairman of Krones AG, was re-elected for another three years as chairman of the professional department. Heiner Schaefer senior, business manager of Schaefer Förderanlagen- und Maschinenbau GmbH was also re-elected as represen ...

BBII 01-05 Health issues influence global soft drinks market
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BEVERAGE TREND MONITOR

HEALTH ISSUES INFLUENCE GLOBAL SOFT DRINKS MARKET

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lobal consumption of soft drinks rose by 5 per cent in 2003, according to the new 2004 Global Soft Drinks Report from drinks consultancy Zenith International.

Global Soft Drinks by market 2003

The report provides 1998 – 2008 figures for bottled water, carbonates, dilutables, fruit juice/ nectars and still drinks across 80 countries or country groupings. Achieving growth well ahead of all other beverage categories, soft drinks volume reached 463 billion litres in 2003, equivalent to 73 litres per person. “Health is becoming increasingly influential in shaping consumer choices, with bottled water and still drinks clearly gaining from the growing focus on well being,” commented Zenith Research Director Gary Roethenbaugh. “Consumers are seeking more benefits from their soft drink purchases in terms of fewer calories or greater functionality and th ...
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