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Meet us at FIE 2017
Frankfurt, Nov. 28 — 30



Hall 8.0, Stands A69 & A71



Best for you



An Interactive Journey Into Flavors and Ingredients!


Enter to our Experience Center and see for yourself how we live backwardintegration.
Or find out how these raw materials unfold their full potential
in popular concepts for food and beverages with modern techniques and
comprehensive consumer knowledge.


Listen to us at the conferences
Nov 28, 4 — 4.30 pm Diverging trends in global
flavour legislation and safety evaluation,
Fi Conference Discovery Theatre
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Nov 29, 4.15 — 4.45 pm Clean Label: Answering the
requirements of consumer preferred labeling,
Fi Conference Discovery Theatre
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Nov 30, 11 — 11.30 am A backward integration
approach to sustainability,
Fi Conference Meeting Room
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Nov 30, 11.30 — 12 am Achieving sustainability throughout
the supply chain: A case study with red beetroot,
Fi Conference Meeting Room
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Diverging trends in global flavour legislation and safety evaluation


Master Class: Food Safety & Regulatory Compliance
Nov 28, 4 — 4.30 pm, Fi Conference Discovery Theatre

Speaker
Ute Woelke · Vice President Strategic Regulatory Affairs · Symrise

Synopsis
Many countries are reviewing their existing legislation with regard to flavourings respectively start to develop own flavour legislation. To ensure permissibility a close monitoring is necessary. At the same time requirements for the safety evaluations of flavouring substances are increasing and data interpretation is becoming more and more complex. The presentation will give an overview how to master these challenges that have a big impact for global product development.

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Diverging trends in global flavour legislation and safety evaluation
Master Class: Food Safety & Regulatory Compliance Nov 28, 4 — 4.30 pm, Fi Conference Discovery Theatre
Synopsis
Many countries are reviewing their existing legislation with regard to flavourings respectively start to develop own flavour legislation. To ensure permissibility a close monitoring is necessary. At the same time requirements for the safety evaluations of flavouring substances are increasing and data interpretation is becoming more and more complex. The presentation will give an overview how to master these challenges that have a big impact for global product development.

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Speaker
Ute Woelke · Vice President Strategic Regulatory Affairs · Symrise
Clean Label: Answering the requirements of consumer preferred labeling


Clean Label & Natural Ingredients: Part 2
Nov 29, 4.15 — 4.45 pm, Fi Conference Discovery Theatre

Speaker
Frank Höving · Vice President Category Culinary EAME · Symrise

Synopsis
Naturalness is one of the most important drivers in the food market – it has become prerequisite. Consumers are looking for naturally sourced, high quality, better tasting products that are healthy and good for the environment. There is a growing demand for "real food" made only with best natural ingredients, carefully sourced and prepared – Transparency and Clean Label become key in consumer purchasing decisions. Hence many food products are being reformulated towards offering more clean & clear labeling while using kitchen like ingredients.
Our presentation will give an overview how to answer the requirements of consumer preferred labeling. It will focus on the dimensions of specific technology know-how and backwards integrated raw materials as well as on the support in declaration options. How do we approach these challenges by combining the best of nature with the best of science?

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Clean Label: Answering the requirements of consumer preferred labeling
Clean Label & Natural Ingredients: Part 2 Nov 29, 4.15 — 4.45 pm, Fi Conference Discovery Theatre
Speaker
Frank Höving · Vice President Category Culinary EAME · Symrise

Synopsis
Naturalness is one of the most important drivers in the food market – it has become prerequisite. Consumers are looking for naturally sourced, high quality, better tasting products that are healthy and good for the environment. There is a growing demand for "real food" made only with best natural ingredients, carefully sourced and prepared – Transparency and Clean Label become key in consumer purchasing decisions. Hence many food products are being reformulated towards offering more clean & clear labeling while using kitchen like ingredients.
Our presentation will give an overview how to answer the requirements of consumer preferred labeling. It will focus on the dimensions of specific technology know-how and backwards integrated raw materials as well as on the support in declaration options. How do we approach these challenges by combining the best of nature with the best of science?

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A backward integration approach to sustainability


Master Class: Sustainability
Nov 30, 11 — 11.30 am, Fi Conference Meeting Room

Speaker
Hamish Taylor · Advisor on Sustainability to Symrise

Synopsis
This case study focuses on creating a sustainable supply of citrus through development of a local network of farmers, cooperatives and university. As well as promoting biodiversity, there is a focus on ensuring a dependable livelihood: each individual farmer must be able to earn a living from their citrus harvests – now and in the future. Farmers will be motivated to further invest in citrus growing only if they can earn a decent living for themselves and for future generations.

A backward integration approach to sustainability
Master Class: Sustainability
Nov 30, 11 — 11.30 am, Fi Conference Meeting Room
Synopsis
This case study focuses on creating a sustainable supply of citrus through development of a local network of farmers, cooperatives and university. As well as promoting biodiversity, there is a focus on ensuring a dependable livelihood: each individual farmer must be able to earn a living from their citrus harvests – now and in the future. Farmers will be motivated to further invest in citrus growing only if they can earn a decent living for themselves and for future generations.
Speaker
Hamish Taylor · Advisor on Sustainability to Symrise
Achieving sustainability throughout the supply chain:
A case study with red beetroot


Master Class: Sustainability
Nov 30, 11.30 — 12 am, Fi Conference Meeting Room

Speaker
Rob Evans · R&D Director · Diana Food

Synopsis
Consumers' desire for high quality, healthy, nutritious and ethically friendly food has been growing significantly in recent years. Increased demand for more traceability, improved environmental footprint, naturalness and best agricultural practices are raising the bar of expectations embodied by industrial players. Using the example of the red beetroot sustainable stream, take a deep dive into Sustainability as a fully integrated approach covering the whole value chain. From seed to fork, the presentation will focus on the different drivers to boost streams sustainability & performance: varietal selection, raw materials sustainable sourcing, actives selection and standardization, processing, application.

Achieving sustainability throughout the supply chain:
A case study with red beetroot
Master Class: Sustainability
Nov 30, 11.30 — 12 am, Fi Conference Meeting Room
Synopsis
Consumers' desire for high quality, healthy, nutritious and ethically friendly food has been growing significantly in recent years. Increased demand for more traceability, improved environmental footprint, naturalness and best agricultural practices are raising the bar of expectations embodied by industrial players. Using the example of the red beetroot sustainable stream, take a deep dive into Sustainability as a fully integrated approach covering the whole value chain. From seed to fork, the presentation will focus on the different drivers to boost streams sustainability & performance: varietal selection, raw materials sustainable sourcing, actives selection and standardization, processing, application.
Speaker
Rob Evans · R&D Director · Diana Food
Press Releases
Holzminden, November 1, 2017
Experience the Best Taste from Nature and Science at the “Food Ingredients Europe”
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Holzminden, November 13, 2017
Presentations on Sustainability and Naturalness at the Food Ingredients Europe Trade Show
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Experience the Best Taste from Nature and Science at the “Food Ingredients Europe”
Holzminden, November 1, 2017

  • — Symrise Experience Center brings the cultivation of flavoring raw materials to life
  • — From nature to the table – exploring processes and consumer wishes
  • — Experience immersive culinary samples of multifaceted taste concepts

Visitors to the “Food Ingredients Europe” (FIE) trade fair in Frankfurt from November 28-30, 2017, will be able to experience something special: At its booth in Hall 8 of the world’s leading trade fair for food ingredients, Symrise will take visitors on an interactive journey into the world of taste under the motto “Best of Nature. Best of Science. Best for You!” The excursion begins out on the field with the raw materials. It then takes visitors into development, covering modern extraction and production techniques, and delves into the vast range of consumer wishes. The journey comes to a flavorful conclusion with trendy taste and product concepts from Symrise.


Banana, vanilla, onion – these raw materials belong to the key ingredients for culinary flavors. Symrise knows each of them well as its flavor experts’ work involves all facets of these ingredients. Variety selection, optimized cultivation, careful processing and utilizing every component of a given raw material are all part of the Holzminden-based company’s daily routine. The company will be offering a tasty sample of its expertise at the FIE in Hall 8: At booths A.69 and A.79, visitors will be able to experience for themselves how Symrise implements the backward integration of important key raw materials. They will also learn how the company pairs its extensive consumer knowledge with modern processes that extract the full flavor of natural ingredients to create trendy food and beverage concepts.


Time for Promising Concepts

“In the Experience Center, we will show how we source our raw materials responsibly across the entire value chain,” says Dr. Alexander Lichter, Sales Director Flavor EAME at Symrise. “We supplement this with our technological expertise and precise knowledge of consumer wishes. This means our raw materials develop their full taste and special character in popular foods and beverages. In this way, we combine the best of our DIANA and FLAVOR divisions for delicious experiences directly from nature – experiences that we are happy to share with our customers, which is why we are inviting them to visit us at the FIE in Frankfurt.”


100 Percent Nature for 100 Percent Enjoyment

At the end of the journey, Symrise will invite visitors to its “trendy eatery”: Customers and business partners can sample various product concepts – including snacks, culinary delights, drinks and desserts. These combine new and proven ideas in creative and delicious ways. Visitors can try for themselves how tasty these are: Fruity smoothies, smooth dairy dishes and delicacies from the veggie world will delight the Symrise guests, as will hearty burgers, a savory onion soup and refreshing drinks. And there’s even a colorful lollipop included for the sweet tooths among them. This allows guests to experience for themselves how tomorrow’s flavors evolve today from flavorful beetroot, bergamot and cranberries. “Today, eating means much more than simply consuming food – it is supposed to be fun, to please the palate and offer a lasting experience. Which is why the focus is definitely on enjoyable quality,” adds Alexander Lichter. “We rely on comprehensive concepts that combine scientific and culinary expertise in natural and responsible products.”

Further information and an appointment to visit can be obtained directly through Symrise and via its platform fie2017.symrise.com

About Symrise

Symrise is a global supplier of fragrances, flavorings, cosmetic active ingredients and raw materials, as well as functional ingredients. Its clients include manufacturers of perfumes, cosmetics, food and beverages, the pharmaceutical industry and producers of nutritional supplements and pet food.
Its sales of more than € 2.9 billion in the 2016 fiscal year make Symrise a leading global provider in the flavors and fragrances market. Headquartered in Holzminden, Germany, the Group is represented by more than 90 locations in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Asia, the United States and Latin America.
Symrise works with its clients to develop new ideas and market-ready concepts for products that form an indispensable part of everyday life. Economic success and corporate responsibility are inextricably linked as part of this process. Symrise – always inspiring more … www.symrise.com


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  • — Symrise Experience Center brings the cultivation of flavoring raw materials to life
  • — From nature to the table – exploring processes and consumer wishes
  • — Experience immersive culinary samples of multifaceted taste concepts

Visitors to the “Food Ingredients Europe” (FIE) trade fair in Frankfurt from November 28-30, 2017, will be able to experience something special: At its booth in Hall 8 of the world’s leading trade fair for food ingredients, Symrise will take visitors on an interactive journey into the world of taste under the motto “Best of Nature. Best of Science. Best for You!” The excursion begins out on the field with the raw materials. It then takes visitors into development, covering modern extraction and production techniques, and delves into the vast range of consumer wishes. The journey comes to a flavorful conclusion with trendy taste and product concepts from Symrise.


Banana, vanilla, onion – these raw materials belong to the key ingredients for culinary flavors. Symrise knows each of them well as its flavor experts’ work involves all facets of these ingredients. Variety selection, optimized cultivation, careful processing and utilizing every component of a given raw material are all part of the Holzminden-based company’s daily routine. The company will be offering a tasty sample of its expertise at the FIE in Hall 8: At booths A.69 and A.79, visitors will be able to experience for themselves how Symrise implements the backward integration of important key raw materials. They will also learn how the company pairs its extensive consumer knowledge with modern processes that extract the full flavor of natural ingredients to create trendy food and beverage concepts.


Time for Promising Concepts

“In the Experience Center, we will show how we source our raw materials responsibly across the entire value chain,” says Dr. Alexander Lichter, Sales Director Flavor EAME at Symrise. “We supplement this with our technological expertise and precise knowledge of consumer wishes. This means our raw materials develop their full taste and special character in popular foods and beverages. In this way, we combine the best of our DIANA and FLAVOR divisions for delicious experiences directly from nature – experiences that we are happy to share with our customers, which is why we are inviting them to visit us at the FIE in Frankfurt.”


100 Percent Nature for 100 Percent Enjoyment

At the end of the journey, Symrise will invite visitors to its “trendy eatery”: Customers and business partners can sample various product concepts – including snacks, culinary delights, drinks and desserts. These combine new and proven ideas in creative and delicious ways. Visitors can try for themselves how tasty these are: Fruity smoothies, smooth dairy dishes and delicacies from the veggie world will delight the Symrise guests, as will hearty burgers, a savory onion soup and refreshing drinks. And there’s even a colorful lollipop included for the sweet tooths among them. This allows guests to experience for themselves how tomorrow’s flavors evolve today from flavorful beetroot, bergamot and cranberries. “Today, eating means much more than simply consuming food – it is supposed to be fun, to please the palate and offer a lasting experience. Which is why the focus is definitely on enjoyable quality,” adds Alexander Lichter. “We rely on comprehensive concepts that combine scientific and culinary expertise in natural and responsible products.”

Further information and an appointment to visit can be obtained directly through Symrise and via its platform fie2017.symrise.com

About Symrise

Symrise is a global supplier of fragrances, flavorings, cosmetic active ingredients and raw materials, as well as functional ingredients. Its clients include manufacturers of perfumes, cosmetics, food and beverages, the pharmaceutical industry and producers of nutritional supplements and pet food.
Its sales of more than € 2.9 billion in the 2016 fiscal year make Symrise a leading global provider in the flavors and fragrances market. Headquartered in Holzminden, Germany, the Group is represented by more than 90 locations in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Asia, the United States and Latin America.
Symrise works with its clients to develop new ideas and market-ready concepts for products that form an indispensable part of everyday life. Economic success and corporate responsibility are inextricably linked as part of this process. Symrise – always inspiring more … www.symrise.com


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Presentations on Sustainability and Naturalness at the Food Ingredients Europe Trade Show
Holzminden, November 13, 2017

  • — Four presentations on sustainable flavor extraction held by renowned experts
  • — Expertise in naturalness expanded by the synergy of the Flavor and Diana divisions

Fruits, roots, seeds, bark, herbs, flowers and nuts: Natural flavors and sustainable foods are growing in popularity around the world. Symrise specialists present their range in terms of sustainability and naturalness at Food Ingredients Europe (FIE), the world’s leading trade fair for food ingredients, held in Frankfurt from November 28–30, 2017. The company demonstrates how well-positioned it is to meet the needs of customers today and tomorrow.


Consumers love natural tastes. This trend began in individual markets and with individual product categories. The situation has now changed completely. More than ever, consumers want environmentally friendly and ethical food for conscious nutrition. Symrise recognized these trends early on and has conducted numerous studies to analyze them. Visitors can see the results and solutions from this at FIE 2017 during four exciting presentations.


Hamish Taylor, Project Manager for Sustainability at Symrise, will present a project for sustainable cultivation of citrus fruit in Calabria. The project is working toward building a local network of farmers, cooperatives and universities. It aims to foster biodiversity in the region and support the farmers in achieving a reliable livelihood. “The local farmers only feel motivated to invest more in the cultivation of citrus fruit if it will allow them to earn an appropriate income for themselves and future generations,” Taylor explains.


Rob Evans, head of the research & development department of the Diana Food division, will present how sustainability can be implemented across the entire value chain using a study on beetroot. In his presentation, he will show how type selection, sourcing and processing of raw materials, from the producer to the consumer, can ensure a sustainable range of products.


Successful concepts for the future

The growing demand for “real food” made from the best natural ingredients, responsibly produced by carefully selected growers, has led to the fact that transparency and “clean labels” with a short list of ingredients significant influence consumers’ purchasing decisions. Frank Hoeving, Vice President of Category Culinary EAME at Symrise, provides an overview of how the consumers’ desires regarding food labeling can be met. He will speak about backward integration of raw materials and the expertise of Symrise in specific production processes as well as support for proper labeling.

The global boom in demand for natural-tasting food has now also extended to the emerging markets. The governments in these countries are increasingly reviewing and planning to pass their own laws regarding flavoring substances and food safety. The legal and technical production challenges that can result from these developments and how these challenges can be successfully met will be addressed by Ute Woelke, Vice President for Strategic Regulatory Affairs at Symrise, in the third presentation.

Given the global trend toward naturalness and sustainability, Symrise is continually expanding its competence in naturalness. The company is working on a strategic platform based on both – decades of experience and profound corporate knowledge in the processing of botanical raw materials, and it also draws on the results of a cross-national study in which Symrise analyzed the matter from the view of the consumers and experts with an eye on technological requirements.

“We can say with precision how a certain beverage should taste and which additional characteristics will boost the impression of naturalness. This allows us to understand consumer wishes more closely and we can implement them in successful beverage concepts,” says Dr. Alexander Lichter, Sales Director Flavor EAME at Symrise.

Further information and an appointment to visit can be obtained directly through Symrise and via its platform fie2017.symrise.com

About Symrise

Symrise is a global supplier of fragrances, flavorings, cosmetic active ingredients and raw materials, as well as functional ingredients. Its clients include manufacturers of perfumes, cosmetics, food and beverages, the pharmaceutical industry and producers of nutritional supplements and pet food.

Its sales of more than € 2.9 billion in the 2016 fiscal year make Symrise a leading global provider in the flavors and fragrances market. Headquartered in Holzminden, Germany, the Group is represented by more than 90 locations in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Asia, the United States and Latin America.

Symrise works with its clients to develop new ideas and market-ready concepts for products that form an indispensable part of everyday life. Economic success and corporate responsibility are inextricably linked as part of this process. Symrise – always inspiring more … www.symrise.com


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  • — Four presentations on sustainable flavor extraction held by renowned experts
  • — Expertise in naturalness expanded by the synergy of the Flavor and Diana divisions

Fruits, roots, seeds, bark, herbs, flowers and nuts: Natural flavors and sustainable foods are growing in popularity around the world. Symrise specialists present their range in terms of sustainability and naturalness at Food Ingredients Europe (FIE), the world’s leading trade fair for food ingredients, held in Frankfurt from November 28–30, 2017. The company demonstrates how well-positioned it is to meet the needs of customers today and tomorrow.


Consumers love natural tastes. This trend began in individual markets and with individual product categories. The situation has now changed completely. More than ever, consumers want environmentally friendly and ethical food for conscious nutrition. Symrise recognized these trends early on and has conducted numerous studies to analyze them. Visitors can see the results and solutions from this at FIE 2017 during four exciting presentations.


Hamish Taylor, Project Manager for Sustainability at Symrise, will present a project for sustainable cultivation of citrus fruit in Calabria. The project is working toward building a local network of farmers, cooperatives and universities. It aims to foster biodiversity in the region and support the farmers in achieving a reliable livelihood. “The local farmers only feel motivated to invest more in the cultivation of citrus fruit if it will allow them to earn an appropriate income for themselves and future generations,” Taylor explains.


Rob Evans, head of the research & development department of the Diana Food division, will present how sustainability can be implemented across the entire value chain using a study on beetroot. In his presentation, he will show how type selection, sourcing and processing of raw materials, from the producer to the consumer, can ensure a sustainable range of products.


Successful concepts for the future

The growing demand for “real food” made from the best natural ingredients, responsibly produced by carefully selected growers, has led to the fact that transparency and “clean labels” with a short list of ingredients significant influence consumers’ purchasing decisions. Frank Hoeving, Vice President of Category Culinary EAME at Symrise, provides an overview of how the consumers’ desires regarding food labeling can be met. He will speak about backward integration of raw materials and the expertise of Symrise in specific production processes as well as support for proper labeling.


The global boom in demand for natural-tasting food has now also extended to the emerging markets. The governments in these countries are increasingly reviewing and planning to pass their own laws regarding flavoring substances and food safety. The legal and technical production challenges that can result from these developments and how these challenges can be successfully met will be addressed by Ute Woelke, Vice President for Strategic Regulatory Affairs at Symrise, in the third presentation.


Given the global trend toward naturalness and sustainability, Symrise is continually expanding its competence in naturalness. The company is working on a strategic platform based on both – decades of experience and profound corporate knowledge in the processing of botanical raw materials, and it also draws on the results of a cross-national study in which Symrise analyzed the matter from the view of the consumers and experts with an eye on technological requirements.


“We can say with precision how a certain beverage should taste and which additional characteristics will boost the impression of naturalness. This allows us to understand consumer wishes more closely and we can implement them in successful beverage concepts,” says Dr. Alexander Lichter, Sales Director Flavor EAME at Symrise.


Further information and an appointment to visit can be obtained directly through Symrise and via its platform fie2017.symrise.com

About Symrise

Symrise is a global supplier of fragrances, flavorings, cosmetic active ingredients and raw materials, as well as functional ingredients. Its clients include manufacturers of perfumes, cosmetics, food and beverages, the pharmaceutical industry and producers of nutritional supplements and pet food.


Its sales of more than € 2.9 billion in the 2016 fiscal year make Symrise a leading global provider in the flavors and fragrances market. Headquartered in Holzminden, Germany, the Group is represented by more than 90 locations in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Asia, the United States and Latin America.


Symrise works with its clients to develop new ideas and market-ready concepts for products that form an indispensable part of everyday life. Economic success and corporate responsibility are inextricably linked as part of this process. Symrise – always inspiring more … www.symrise.com


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