Do you understand all the issues that impact the future of food and beverage product development? Are you ready for a little higher education? Not to worry because the 2015 SupplySide West Global Expo and Conference is just around the corner. Scheduled for Oct. 5-9 at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, the 19th SupplySide West is the industry where science and strategy intersect in the finished-product manufacturing marketplace.
The show offers cutting-edge scientific innovation and strategic educational opportunities, plus crucial networking opportunities that help form mutually beneficial business relationships that last a lifetime.
Last year’s show saw record-breaking numbers with nearly 13,000 suppliers and buyers from the dietary supplement, food, beverage, animal nutrition, personal care, cosmetic, pharmaceutical, packaging and sports nutrition marketplace in attendance. There were nearly 1,100 companies exhibiting on the show floor and more than 60 countries were represented.
This year’s event won’t disappoint, especially with its comprehensive education program. The SupplySide Education program, sponsored by BASF, kicks off on Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2015, and will address important issues in the food and beverage industry. Here’s a look at the Food and Beverage education track:
- Meeting the New 2015 Dietary Guidelines
- Using Design of Experiments (DOE) to Formulate Clean-Label Products
- Sweetener Solutions for Food and Beverage Product Development
- Better Taste & Product Safety: Shelf Life Optimization Techniques and Technologies for Nuts
- Natural Antioxidants as Food Preservatives: Ideas for Today & Tomorrow
- Opportunities & Challenges Surrounding the Nutritional Composition of Gluten-Free Food
- Fighting Fat with Fat
- Multi-Sensory Eating and Drinking Experience: Create it with Taste and Smell Neuroscience and Technologies
Be sure to follow my blog as I delve deeper into each session leading up to the SupplySide West. For more information and updates on the agenda, visit the SupplySide West website.