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BBII 01-09 10 Beverage trend monitor
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BEVERAGE TREND MONITOR

Innovation keeps sports drinks on track Global sports drinks consumption advanced 5.9 per cent to 11,582 million litres in 2007, according to the new Global Sports Drinks report from leading food and drink consultancy Zenith International. orth America retained pole position as the largest sports drinks market, with a 48 per cent volume share. Yet it was emerging regions, particularly East Europe and the Middle East that experienced the most impressive growth rates.

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“In well developed markets, momentum has been driven by consumer interest in health and wellness. New formulation and ingredient developments have also helped to broaden consumption occasions and target new consumer segments,“ commented Zenith Market Intelligence Director Gary Roethenbaugh. „There is now a plethora of products available for all age and activity levels. More recent innovations include low calorie variants for calorie conscious consumers, dr ...

BBII 01-09 12-13 Aqua fruit beverages meet key consumer trends
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AQUA FRUIT BEVERAGES MEET KEY CONSUMER TRENDS Beverages are designed to support general well-being and health Aqua Plus beverages have been successful on the German market, as well as on the international stage, for years. This growth has been reflected in the continuous rise of flavoured water consumption. With worldwide consumption approaching 9 billion litres in 2007, these drink concepts have long since emerged from a niche market status. Aqua Fruit is the name of the newest category within water-based beverages. With a significantly higher fruit content of between10 per cent to 30 per cent they fill the gap between Aqua Plus and Fruit Splash concepts and provide a credible natural alternative to classic carbonated soft drinks.

Aqua Fruit – even fruitier and more natural

n contrast to flavoured water, which consists entirely of water and flavours, Aqua Plus beverages offer a significant “plus”. This added benefit typically consists of plant extracts, ...

BBII 01-09 14-15 Big event and international meeting point
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BIG EVENT AND INTERNATIONAL MEETING POINT Crafts Brewers’ Conference 2009 in Boston About 2500 visitors are expected to the big East Coast Brewers’ event in the USA. In 2009, the Craft Brewers’ Conference (CBC) and the BrewExpo America will take place in Boston from 21st to 24th of April. Once again, this will be a venue for brewers and their suppliers, not only from the U.S., but from all over the world. This time, a lot of European visitors are expected as Charlie Papazian, President of the Brewers’ Association told BBII. (eis) BREWING AND BEVERAGE INTERNATIONAL: This time, the Craft Brewers Conference is organised by the Brewers Association in Boston. What special programme highlights can the visitors/exhibitors expect during this conference

Charlie Papazian: We have a powerful line-up of seminars in our Sustainability track that range from power and energy to brewing organic beer. Another new track we’ve added is called Selling Craft Beer with seminars about ...

BBII 01-09 16 Visions Innovations and Solutions
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VISIONS, INNOVATIONS AND SOLUTIONS Anuga FoodTec 2009 Already for the fifth time, Anuga FoodTec, the international leading trade fair for food and beverage technology will open its doors in 2009. From production to packaging and distribution – the intersectoral, process oriented concept unites innovators and investors from more than 100 countries. Anuga FoodTec is jointly organised by Koelnmesse GmbH and the DLG (Deutsche Landwirtschafts Gesellschaft) It will take place in the halls 4 to 10 at the Koelnmesse from March 10 th to 13 th 2009. he dynamic developments in the food processing industry require entrepreneurial courage as well as innovative strategies and solutions. Anuga FoodTec, which takes place every three years, is the worldwide most important international business platform for products and services in food technology. For that reason it is regarded as one of the most important meetings in the sector.

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BBII 01-09 17-21 Trade Fair Guide Anuga Foodtec
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TRADE FAIR GUIDE ANUGA FOODTEC ACMA: Weighing filler Since October 1, 2008, PROCME GmbH has taken over the official ACMA representation for the Germanspeaking region. The new ACMA WM

tracks. The roller layer is suitable for the flexible storage including different container sizes. The roller track on the other hand is used for the storage with standardised container sizes. Furthermore, the flow system is also suitable for containers with critical riding qualities.

- Calculation of nutrional value – all data directly from the system. - Optimisation of formulations – top quality with lower prices of raw material prices. Hall 8, stand E 010

Hall 7.1, stand G 008

Bluhm Systeme: Coding and labelling

filler serial is supposed to be a new generation of weighing lifters. According to the enterprise, the customised design combines an extraordinary capacity with significant savings of energy. The result: high hygienic standards, a ...

BBII 01-09 22-24 Sweetening the market for functional drinks
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SWEETENING THE MARKET FOR FUNCTIONAL DRINKS Sugar substitution When aspartame was introduced in the early 1980s, food and drink manufacturers could finally produce low calorie foods and drinks that tasted good. Since the invention of saccharin at the end of the nineteenth century, low calorie sweeteners had offered a limited alternative to sugar, but the pronounced bitter after-taste of saccharin meant that the market was limited. This was especially true in beverages, where high levels of sweetness are required. While much of the initial interest in aspartame was for its ability to improve the taste of diet and light products, its role has expanded as functional products have become more established and more numerous in the market place. he primary function of low calorie sweeteners is to replace sugar and other carbohydrate sweetening systems. In addition to calorie reduction and because of its sugar-like taste and cost reduction potential, aspartame offers many interesting reformu ...

BBII 01-09 25 American Prohibition Revisited - 75 Years Later
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American Prohibition Revisited – 75 Years Later The role of alcohol in society has recently resurfaced as a topic of debate in many countries, largely because of a surge in alcohol abuse and binge drinking among the young. Then there are the perennial issues of drunk driving and chronic alcoholism. The alcohol debate usually pits the defenders of free choice and individual responsibility against the defenders of collective morality and public safety. At the fringes, libertarian zealots advocate doing nothing, while prohibitionist crusaders favor banning alcohol altogether. Because the United States once adopted a policy of complete Prohibition – for a 14-year long dry spell called a “noble experiment” – it is perhaps fitting to reconsider, 75 years after the experiment ended, whether or not legally mandated abstinence actually works.

The Saloon: A Force of Evil Crusading te ...

BBII 01-09 26-32 Murree brewery
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MURREE BREWERY An unique company in an exceptional market Right when you enter the premises of Murree Brewery next to the army headquarters in Rawalpindi, just a stone’s throw away from the palm-shaded house of Pakistan’s former president Pervez Musharraf, you figure out that the Victorian-era brewhouse is something special within one of the world’s strictest Islamic states. Pakistan’s only brewery, established in 1860 to slake the thirst of British soldiers across the Indian subcontinent, retains a distinctly old-world feel. Its shares were traded on the Calcutta Stock Exchange as early as 1902, and is now the oldest continuing industrial enterprise of this country.

oday, the ISO 9001 certified company has three sections: The brewery/distillery, Tops and Glass division. Its principal activities are to produce and market beer, liquor and carbonated soft drinks. The enterprise’s other activities include juice extraction, bottling and manufacture of food products, ...

BBII 01-09 33-35 Not without residual Risk
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NOT WITHOUT RESIDUAL RISK Considerations about filling carbonated soft drinks (CSD) on beer filling lines In the brewery world it is a quite common thing that breweries are also producing lemonades, sparkling water or any other type of drink that might be referred to as a CSD. Especially if the company is a smaller one it is also quite common that the same filling equipment is used to bottle the different beverage types. This article deals with the risk level that the different requirements in respect to the hygiene level bring about. ormally traditional beer filling lines are on a hygiene level that is not comparable to ultraclean or even cold-aseptic which are nowadays commonly used if other than alcohol containing products are being filled.

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Beer is quite insensitive against microbiological spoilage The reasons for this are mainly the following: – Beer usually contains alcohol. The alcohol content varies in different products but generally speaking one c ...

BBII 01-09 36-37 The Importance of Packaging
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THE IMPORTANCE OF PACKAGING Not only a solution of consumer’s problems Drinks packaging must meet huge demands by members of the supply chain and end consumers. Not only must it be practical and convenient, the packaging must also display the brand in the best way possible and enhance the consumer’s drinking experience. Recently, the need for resealable packaging has become increasingly important, with consumers demanding more innovative solutions for their everyday needs. As a result, Rexam has developed a number of closures and packaging options to better meet the demands of the industry.

ot only are Rexam’s products a solution to consumers’ problems, they also give customers the chance to display their brands in new and exciting ways. Irene Martinez, Category Development Manager at Rexam, is currently looking into the growth of various beverage categories and the needs that consumers have in each group.

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BBII 01-09 38-41 Practical and useful Results
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PRACTICAL AND USEFUL RESULTS Process simulation in a brewery The results of a simulation can be used to improve company-internal processes, both in plant design and in production planning, without requiring laborious empirical tests to be carried out. This means designers and users can cut development and commissioning time, save on material and energy, and lower costs – and, last but not least, reduce the burden on the environment.

ctual users are of the opinion that simulations are sophisticated and complex mathematical models that only specialists can create and which might even give results that lack practical application or are difficult for nonexperts to understand.

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In recent years, however, the improved performance in the computer world has meant that even office PCs have sufficient power reserves to provide practical and useful results. An example of a simulation that can also be projected by nonexperts is the Plant Simulation software ...

BBII 01-09 3 Everyone is a Salesman
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BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL

EVERYONE IS A SALESMAN Creating motivation and activating potentials in difficult market environments is also the responsibility of the management of the brewing and beverage industry. The following example to this topic is astonishing and interesting and can be applied in your company: Business managers from very different divisions of a large company come together: production, logistics, marketing, distribution, finances – all these segments are represented. Then, the Chief Executive Officer poses a question: “I kindly ask all salesmen in this room to stand up.” Among the 100 attendees, however, only a fistful of persons stands up. Naturally, the boss is quite shocked as he expected a completely different result: “I thought that everyone of us is a salesman”. The following discussion is really effective as it turns out that everyone is somehow closely linked with sales. The production manager creates the precondition ...

BBII 01-09 42-45 Step-by-step to market leadership
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STEP-BY-STEP TO MARKET LEADERSHIP Kompania Piwowarska is Poland’s largest brewery group A decade ago, it was generally considered hardly possible that beer consumption in Poland would experience such breathtakingly fast growth. That is, generally it was considered hardly possible. However, SABMiller, one of the world’s largest brewery groups, had already seen at that time Poland as a particularly interesting and significant beer growth market. n 1995, SABMiller acquired a share in the Lech brewery in Posen. A share in the Tyskie brewery in Tychy was acquired one year later. Then a decisive step was taken in 1999: the merger of the two brewery plants under the umbrella of Kompania Piwowarska. In 2003, the brewery Dojlidy, in Bialystok, and later the brewery formerly known as Belgia, in Kielce, were incorporated. With a total of four breweries and a market share of 40.8 percent, Kompania Piwowarska is currently Poland’s largest brewery group.

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BBII 01-09 46-50 The Future of Malting Brewing and Distilling
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THE FUTURE OF MALTING, BREWING AND DISTILLING First International Symposium for Young Scientists and Technologists in Malting, Brewing and Distilling From November 5th to 7th 2008, the first Symposium for young beverage scientists took place in Cork, Ireland. Over 120 delegates from 14 countries joined the symposium. The aim of the symposium is to attract young people, especially those new to the field, and to cover a broad range of malting, brewing and distilling related topics. This low cost Symposium also intends to facilitate the dissemination of research results and to stimulate the discussion about state-of-the-art topics in the field. It is specifically designed to initiate networking in this group of people who will be the future of the malting, brewing and distilling community. he symposium was opened by Christina Klose, Department of Food and Nutritional Sciences at UCC Ireland. She tried to malt and brew with oats. The aim of her study was to brew a 100 per cent oats beer ...

BBII 01-09 51 Helping you get juicy Profits
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HELPING YOU GET JUICY PROFITS Specific enzyme formulations for better products Recent studies estimate that pure juice is the second largest take home drinks market behind cola, with an estimated value of £1.1 billion (Nielsen Scantrak, MAT Dec 06). With its increasingly recognized nutritional benefits, fruit juice consumption looks set to remain at the forefront of beverage industry trends. Fruit juice manufacturers across the world are keen to meet increasing demand and carve their share in this lucrative sector. In order to do so, a number of key challenges must be overcome, namely fruit seasonality, extraction and filtration yields.

“Projuicing” all year round Due to their increasing popularity, juice products are being consumed throughout the year, causing potential supply problems. Seasonal availability of fruit and the associated price fluctuations means a more flexible approach to juice processing is needed; one which enables production capacity to be maintai ...

BBII 01-09 52-53 Doemens News
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Dear readers, “Everything shines in a new splendour”. These were the first words of my inaugural address at the annual general meeting of Doemens e.V. three months ago. However, I did not only want to emphasise the completely new renovated face of the school building and the new classrooms, but also the new orientation of the Doemens Academy as to content, topic and, last not least, mentality. The complete renovation of the institute rooms and the equipment with state of the art EDP technology are naturally visible external signs for the spirit of optimism in Gräfelfing. However, much more important are the new orientation in respect of content and the defined future orientation of our academy. Together with an external management consultancy, we have defined the future scopes of duties for school and academy in a way that makes us look ahead optimistically and actively and also proud for what we achieved in the past. Essential tasks are not only taken over by co-operators; so c ...

BBII 01-09 54-55 Allied Industries
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ALLIED INDUSTRIES VLB ESTABLISHES NEW DEPARTMENT The new VLB “Department for Brewing and Beverage Science & Application” has been in operation since January 2009. The aim is to extend the competence in brewing technology in Berlin in addition to the Chair of Brewing Science at Technische Universität Berlin. In the context of its international expansion, VLB has now established the basis for an extension of its competence in brewing technology. The new department is focused on questions and solu-

tions in the field of brewing and beverage technology. The team led by department head Roland Folz (33) consists of young engineers who combine industrial practice with an in-depth theoretical background. Currently in planning is a new pilot brewery. The department is also closely linked with the field of “Training & Education” of VLB. The English name should also emphasise the international orientation of the new department. In addition, the Chair of Brewing Science of T ...

BBII 01-09 56 Beverage Innovations
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BEVERAGE INNOVATIONS ODWALLA WITH NATURAL SWEETENER Odwalla®, the health beverage brand, is adding two new reduced-calorie juice drinks to its product portfolio. Mojito Mambo™ natural juice drink with vitamins C & E and Pomegranate Strawberry natural juice drink from concentrate with vitamins C & E are refreshing nutritional beverages with reduced calories and sugar. They are fortified to provide 50 percent of the Daily Value of antioxidant vitamins C and E. Sweetened with the right combination of Truvia™ natural sweetener, organic evaporated cane juice and fruit juices, both products each has 50 calories per 8-oz. serving for consumers who are seeking a natural reduced calorie and reduced sugar beverage.

AGAVE MIXERZ BOTTLES BORN FROM ANTIQUE PERFUME BOTTLES

The 50 ml sachets are the right size for launching and marketing new brands, use in planes or at exhibitions, for hotel mini-bars or anytime small format beverage packaging is required. The film has ...

BBII 01-09 6-8 World News
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WORLD NEWS EUROPE

Coordination and marketing in a single hand Michael Frick is the new head of the reorganised Marketing and Sales Unit of Capsnap Europe at Greiner

Packaging. The former Capsnap CEO Günther Ausserwöger takes up a new task at Greiner Packaging International. In addition to central coordination tasks, Frick will also manage the marketing and sales activities for Europe. Engineer and sales professional Frick has been in the

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Consumers are looking to enjoy alcohol in moderation A new report from independent market analyst Datamonitor identifies that the majority of consumers enjoy alcohol in a responsible and relaxing fashion. Alcohol misuse is seemingly on a par with obesity in terms of the escalating scrutiny and debate surrounding the issue and it seems that many are heeding this message. “The excessive over-consumption of alcohol continues to receive plentiful media coverage in a number of countries, along with ...
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