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BBII 04-16 03 Editorial
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BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL

FABULOUS BEERS – FABULOUS PRICES “CRAFT” IS GOOD Around this time every year, the international brewing industry awaits with anticipation the next installment of the Barth Report, that gift to the world by the Barth-Haas Group. It is chock-full of meticulously researched statistics and detailed facts about world beer production, the world hop market and many other relevant developments. Here are the key findings presented in the 2015 Report: World beer production in 2015 was 1.9 billion hectoliters. This is a reduction of 30.2 million hectoliters, or 1.5 percent, compared to the previous year. China is still the world’s leading beer nation in spite of a drop in production of 25 million hectoliters. Last year, China made 470 million hectoliters of beer. The United States ranks second with 224 million hectoliters, followed by Brazil (139 million hl), Germany (96 million hectoliters), and Russia (78 million hectoliters). Th ...

BBII 04-16 06-09 World News
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WORLD NEWS BELGIUM

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Jean-Pierre Deffis re-elected EFBW President

Increasing beverage volume migration to emerging markets

The European Federation of Bottled Waters (EFBW) unanimously re-elected Jean-Pierre Deffis as its President for a two-year mandate. The elections took place during EFBW’s Annual Meetings in Bucharest, Romania, from 14th to 16th June 2016, and were hosted by the Romanian Association of Natural Mineral Waters (APEMIN).

By 2021 Asia is predicted to contribute two-thirds of global incremental beverage consumption, with China alone responsible for one-third of the additional volume, according to Canadean’s most recent Global Beverage Forecasts report. Latin America is expected to achieve the second highest incremental volume growth behind Asia, with Brazil the key contributor to the regional increase. The growing importance of the emerging Middle East and North Africa (MENA) markets is strongly highli ...

BBII 04-16 10-11 Beverage Trend Monitor
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BEVERAGE TREND MONITOR

GLOBAL SOFT DRINKS The global Soft Drinks market has been in a healthy state in 2015, growing by 2.2 percent compared to 2014. In the last ten years, the CAGR has been 3.9 percent, driven mainly by the enormous growth of Asian Soft Drinks volume. In terms of absolute volume, 200 billion additional liters of Soft Drinks have been consumed when compared to 2005. Over half of this volume has been contri­ buted by Packaged Water. The triumph of Packaged Water has covered the problems of some other segments that have strug­ gled in recent years like Carbo­ nates, Juice or Still Drinks.

Focus: The major African markets The African market has seen a slight slowdown in growth in 2015, adding 3.6 percent growth, which is considerably under the 5.1 percent CAGR between 2010 and 2015. Decline in Fruit Powder and slow growth in Nectars sales were two reasons for this, while Packaged Water and Squash/ Syrups growth rates have been exceptional and ...

BBII 04-16 12-15 For quality juice
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FOR QUALITY JUICE SGF International as an instrument for industrial self-control With a voluntary system of quality control SGF International e. V. has now been fighting against deficits in fruit juice production quality for 42 years. BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL spoke to SGF President Dr. Joachim Tretzel and SGF Managing Director Alexandra Heinermann on the history of the association, what the selfmonitoring process entails and the challenges the future holds. BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL: SGF (Sure-Global-Fair) Interna­ tional e. V. is an industrial association which on behalf of its members ensures that the legal food regulations governing industrial stan­ d­­ ards are adhered to. It was founded in 1974 as the Schutzgemeinschaft der Fruchtsaft-Industrie e.V., a protective community of the fruit juice industry. How did this come about and why was an association like this necessary Dr. Joachim Tretzel: It all origi­ nally started with a forerun ...

BBII 04-16 17 Promoting craft beer with global horizon
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PROMOTING CRAFT BEER WITH GLOBAL HORIZON 2016 China Craft Beer Conference & Exhibition in Shanghai To help the industry break predicament and meet the huge market demand, the first edition of China Craft Beer Conference & Exhibition, organized by NürnbergMesse China and The Beer Link, was held in Shanghai, China, from May 26 to 27.

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he craft beer and its culture are all the go in Europe and America where a mature market environment and industrial chain have been formed after years of rapid development. Now this trend is sweeping through China. Craft beer breweries spring up in large cities like Shanghai and Beijing, more and more common consumers start to try craft beer and more and more practitioners go into the craft beer business for the huge market demand, which even draws the close attention of the capital market. However, there is no clear defini­ tion for craft beer in China so far, most consumers and practitioners have only a vague idea of w ...

BBII 04-16 18-19 Impressions of the CBCE in Shanghai
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Why travel to Brazil if one can also meet in Shanghai Professor Carlo Enrico Bressiani, Founder and CEO of the Brazilian Brew School de Cerveja E Malte, provided interesting insights into the Brazilian and South-American beer market. Carlo is accompanied by Rolf Keller, NürnbergMesse (l.), and Wolfgang Burkart, Publishing House Sachon.

The two-days event integrated international leading craft brewing know-how and experiences and created a professional and open exhibition and conference platform for all the craft beer practitioners. 37 key opinion leaders from USA, Germany, Belgium, Italy, Brazil, New Zealand and China shared their expertise and experience on the conference.

IMPRESSIONS OF THE CBCE IN SHANGHAI

Along with Pentair participated 16 other international craft beer ingredients and equipment suppliers such as Hop Growers of America, White Labs, Fermentis, GEA, Krones and Leihui, as exhibitors. And they had a lot of work to do at their boot ...

BBII 04-16 20-23 Gearing up for interesting times
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GEARING UP FOR INTERESTING TIMES The beer market in Thailand With a population of more than 68 million people, a growing economy and a purchasing power of a vast section of population, with changing beer tastes and a consumption pattern, Thailand has become one of the most interesting South Asian beer markets in recent years. Though, the amid market conditions shaped by political unrest and regulatory restrictions on alcohol consumption and advertizing, beer producers have struggled with sluggish demand for the last few years. In 2015 a growth of about 4 percent in volumes was registered. Top brewers are busy negotiating the changing dynamics and distribution channels of the beer industry.

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espite the challenges faced in the last few years, Thai beer producers are gearing themselves up for interesting times ahead. BBII presents an overview of the rapidly growing Thai beer industry in this article.

Overview of Thailand’s beer industry Brewing bee ...

BBII 04-16 24-29 Founders on firm foundations
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FOUNDERS ON FIRM FOUNDATIONS Why not build a second brewery into an existing one “Brewed for us”: with this rededication to its own corporate values, Founders Brewing has soared into the Top 20 of the USA’s craft breweries – and (of course) with its beers as well, whose popularity seems boundless. Now, at its facility in the city center of Grand Rapids, Michigan, Founders has tripled its capacity to around one million hectoliters – and thus, as it were, built a second brewery into the existing one.

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ctually, the history of Found­ ers dates back to 1997. The co-founders Mike Stevens and Dave Engbers had opened a small pub brewery here in Grand Rapids, not far from Lake Michigan. But it was not a great success, and teetered on the edge of bankruptcy several times. One of the reasons was that the beers were too ordinary; back then, more or less every small craft brewery was offering an Amber Ale. Founders was thus only one among many. But the initiati ...

BBII 04-16 30-31 By Africa for Africa
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BY AFRICA FOR AFRICA food & drink technology Africa taking place at Gallagher Convention Centre in Johannesburg on September 14 and 15, 2016 Following its successful premiere in 2014, with 1,100 participants from South Africa and abroad, food & drink technology Africa (fdt Africa) is now well on the way to establishing itself as the leading sector platform for food and beverage processing, packaging and logistics in Southern Africa. Sector leaders such as GEA Africa, Pentair Food & Beverage and Pyrotec have already registered for the next event.

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he motto of fdt Africa is “by Africa for Africa.” For this reason fdt Africa presents sector solutions that are tailored to the specific needs of the African market. The focus is on innovations and new developments that offer value add to African companies. Petra Westphal, Exhibition Group Director at Messe München re­ sponsible for the show, sees fdt Africa as a “seismograph” for the requiremen ...

BBII 04-16 32-35 Efficient and sustainable beverage production
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EFFICIENT AND SUSTAINABLE BEVERAGE PRODUCTION One central system for production, consumption management and building automation For operating and monitoring its production systems, the beverage manufacturer Adelholzener Alpenquellen relies on the HMI/SCADA software zenon from Copa-Data. In recent years, the plant infrastructure has been continuously enhanced with further equipment and new visualization and control features. Today, Adelholzener is able to handle all tasks in production monitoring and supervision, in the management of consumption, in building services and in water supply and disposal with their zenon-based solution. The application is characterized by flexibility, openness and user friendliness. In order to further exploit the poten­ tial of the zenon Product Family, Herbert Schrobenhauser, in charge of control and process technology at Adelholzener Alpenquellen GmbH, together with his colleagues, restructured, reconfig­ ured, enhanced and modernized the complete sol ...

BBII 04-16 36-37 Enjoying the flexibility
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ENJOYING THE FLEXIBILITY Mixing and filling accuracy for bottling carbonated soft drinks Sidel is highlighting the importance of filling accuracy, along with production flexibility and sustainability, in capitalizing on the dynamic carbonated soft drinks (CSD) market. All are important factors in helping beverage manufacturers to convert market opportunity into profitable, long-term success.

Production flexibility is the key to success In the global CSD-market, commercial growth requires consumer understanding supported by flexible production technology. In fact, new technology continues to open up opportunities and helps manufacturers create the new products that consumers want while meeting their own needs for greater sustainability.

The latest generation of filling machine from Sidel delivers up to 98 percent efficiency, filling PET-bottles with precision at rates of up to 80,000 bottles per hour (bph).

“There’s no doubt that the CSDmarket i ...

BBII 04-16 38-39 Heading for Shanghai
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HEADING FOR SHANGHAI CHINA BREW CHINA BEVERAGE to premiere at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC) on October 11 to 14 In 2016 the CHINA BREW CHINA BEVERAGE (CBB) will premiere at Shanghai New International Expo Centre from October 11 to 14, 2016. The trade show has the reputation to be a comprehensive exhibition that displays the latest developments in the beverage and liquid food industry, offering new ideas and inspiration for the improvement of the industry in China and the Asian-Pacific region.

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hina Brew China Beverage is one of the top and most important international trade shows for the beverage and liquid food industry. Since its establishment in 1995, CBB has made great contributions to the industry in China and has provided great ideas for further developments in the beverage and liquid food machinery industry. CBB 2016 can look back on 20 years of experience, growth and new concepts.This helps to organize an even better show. The tar ...

BBII 04-16 40-41 A contemporary blend of fruits and vegetables
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A CONTEMPORARY BLEND OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES New drink-concepts are stimulating the beverage sector Many consumers want unique and premium-quality products which complement their modern lifestyle and mindful approach to drinking. They prefer beverages that are rich in fruit, delicious, and offer variety. Wild Flavors & Specialty Ingredients (WFSI), a business unit of Archer Daniels Midland (ADM), has developed new attention-generating concepts for still drinks and juices. They feature different juice contents and distinctive blends of fruits and vegetables, customized to specific target groups and consumption situations.

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any people are paying more and more attention to what they eat and drink and what enhances their well-being. They spend more time reading about both positive and negative product characteristics, and their goal is a conscientious and healthy diet. On the one hand, they want foods that are delicious and feel familiar, and on the other ha ...

BBII 04-16 42-43 Colorful beverages without additives
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COLORFUL BEVERAGES WITHOUT ADDITIVES The increasing demand for truly natural products means new opportunities for manufacturers A quick scan of supermarket shelves reveals the growing trend towards naturalness. From lemonades through juice-based beverages to alcoholic drinks, more and more manufacturers are meeting consumers’ needs by bringing products to the market which are free from artificial additives. In particular, they are relying on Coloring Foods, which impart bright colors to beverages in a completely natural way.

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hat actually is important to consumers Which additives are unacceptable to them Are there any differences around the world What implications do current trends and developments have for manufacturers and products

Manufacturers looking to meet their customers’ demands are increasingly following “clear-label” approaches. Even though the term has no clear, unified definition, people consider “clear labels” to guarante ...

BBII 04-16 44-45 Doemens News
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BBII 04-16 48-49 Allied Industries
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ALLIED INDUSTRIES KRONES: THE POTT’S BREWERY INVESTS IN NEW INSPECTION TECHNOLOGY

CLEAN IN EVERY DETAIL: THE NEW HYGIENIC KHS CROWNER

The Pott’s Brewery in Oelde, Westphalia, is synonymous with swingstopper bottles and also demonstrates this expertise when it comes to contract-bottling for beer and beer-based mixed drinks. In order to upgrade the quality of its products still further, Pott’s has now invested in a new Linatronic empty-bottle inspector from Krones combined with a ModulCheck rubber seal monitor, both of which have been integrated into the existing Krones bottling line. The line is run in twoshift operation throughout, and is used both for filling the brewery’s own beer specialties and for contract-bottling.

KHS has developed a new crowner which is setting standards in hygiene in beer filling. By further developing a tried-and-tested system microbial safety has been increased and cleaning times have been shortened. KHS has been ...
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