2020 Juice Conference
SAFJA Juice Conference POSTPONED
Diarise NEW date
10-11 May 2022, Spier Hotel, Stellenbosch.
As you will recall, we held a very successful Fruit Juice Conference in 2018 and there was overwhelming support for a repeat in 2020.We are therefore happy to announce that in 2020, the IFU will hold its regional Juice Conference in Stellenbosch in partnership with SAFJA.
The IFU Juice Conference is the event for the juice community in South Africa, truly organised by the industry – for the industry. The presentations will cover topics such as the Dynamics of the global and African juice markets; Supply chain dynamics; Quality and technology; Health and nutrition; as well as Sustainability. We expect 200 to 300 participants, including from senior, commercial and technical management; suppliers and service providers; and marketeers from overseas and South Africa.
CONFERENCE VENUE & PROGRAMME
Spier Wine Farm and Conference Hotel is one of South Africa’s oldest farms with a recorded history dating back to 1692.
- Tuesday: Light Lunch, afternoon presentations and evening networking sessions.
- Wednesday: All day presentations and evening networking sessions
Sponsorship opportunities are available. Enquire at email@example.com. Registration, Programme and other details are also available on our website
“SAVE THE DATES”. You are invited and most welcome to attend.
Day 1 – Tuesday 19th May 13:00-17:00
|Global Juice Market, including trends in NFC||Welcome IFU & SAFJA||Dirk Lansbergen (IFU)
Nigel Jacobs (SAFJA)
|Juice in Europe||Kees Cools (Doehler)|
|Juice in the USA and ASIA||Jack Macintyre (Global Data)|
|The complexities of exporting into Africa||Corni Myburgh (Pioneer Foods)|
|African Juice: market and supply chain||Flavour matters||Michael Gristwood (SAAFFI)|
|Deciduous in Africa||Jacques Jordaan (Canning Fruit Producers Association)|
|Citrus in Africa||Justin Chadwick (Citrus Growers Association)|
|Making juice in Senegal||Randa Filfili (Zena Exotic Fruits)|
Day 2 – Wednesday 20th May 08:30-17:30
|Tropicals in Africa||Harry van Neer & David O’Hallaran (Africa Juice)|
|Global transportation issues including Africa||Stacks|
|Global apple Juice market (inc AJ used for Cider)||Neil Murray (IHS Markit)|
|Quality & Technology||Thermal & non-thermal juice stabilisation technologies
|Massimiliano Pelacci (University of Parma)|
|Supply chain QA including the detection of lemon & Lime||Susanne Koswig (SGF)|
|Rapid microbiological methods||Se’bastien Manuel(Biomerieux)|
|Future of authenticity testing||Mikko Hofsommer (GFL)|
|Enzymatic methods of analysis in fruit juice||BioSystems|
|Health & Nutrition||Juice PR – Fruit Juice Matters||Wouter Lox (AIJN)|
|Plant based nutrition||Heleen van Wyk (Doehler)|
|The power of industry collaboration to help reach Sustainable Development Goals||Matlou Setati (CGCSA)|
|Sustainabiliy||Use of by-products (Holistic)||Michael Mas (JBT)|
|SIG on sustainabiliy||Norman Gierow (SIG)|
|Recycling and circular economy||David Berryman (David Berryman Ltd)|
|There will be a Q&A, after each session, through the Juice Event App, where all questions will be answered|
We thank our sponsors for supporting the Juice Conference