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TECHNICAL SEMINAR 12.00–12.30 Topic : Speaker : Synopsis : Language : 3-5 October 2018 Jakarta, Indonesia Technical Seminar Room Hall A3 Kancor Ingredients Limited The growing demand for natural color & culinary solutions Mr. Joe Joy Alengadan, Lead Business Associate – Product Management As technology and consumer awareness evolve, it is driving manufacturers to respond by advancements in research and product development. Consumers are demanding sensational experiences along with clean products that have shorter and familiar ingredient listing. Natural ingredient solutions for colour and flavor have now become integral to each other making food & beverages appealing. These innovative, customizable cross functional solutions can be used in various applications to suit the consumer’s need. Consumers are increasingly looking for products they can trust which means products made with cleaner & natural ingredients that are sustainably processed. English 12.00–12.30 Technical Seminar Room Hall D1 Flavourtech Topic : How to produce better coffee, tea and herbal products using low residence time spinning cone technologies Speaker : Dr.Paul Ahn, Business Development Manager Synopsis : Flavourtech utilises novel spinning cone technologies to maximise instant and Ready-To-Drink coffee and tea production while preserving the natural flavours and aromas that are unique to their origin. Preservation also extends to the delicate bioactives, such as polyphenols and proteins, that may normally be destroyed by other processes involving higher temperatures and/or longer residence times. Our approach is a gentle, efficient process and includes the Spinning Cone Column (SCC), Rotating Disc Column and Centritherm ® evaporator (a combination of these form the Integrated Extraction System), all designed to produce the highest quality product helping to differentiate your company from its competitors. Language : English 13.00–13.30 Topic: Speaker : Synopsis : Language : Technical Seminar Room Hall A3 BASF Indonesia, PT Are We Ready for Personalized Nutrition: Assessing the Evidence [Invited Guest Only]    Peter J Jones, Distinguished Professor of Nutrition, University of Manitoba The objective of this presentation is to review existing evidence concerning the role of genetic architecture in predicting an individual’s responsiveness to different dietary components in terms of optimizing health. Examples including effects of single nucleotide polymorphisms in genes on the responsiveness of health related biomarkers to plant sterols and omega-3 fatty acids will be examined. Overall, the question of whether adequate scientific evidence exists in support of presently available commercial precision nutrition platforms based on genes will be addressed. English 39 Fi India Hi China Hi Japan Hi Europe Hi Korea