Available now, Baking Europe has published The European Baking Ingredients Market Report 2022 (EBIM Report), in official association with Fedima, the European trade association representing the bakery, patisserie and confectionery ingredients manufacturers.
This high-status, industry-specific report incorporates the Fedima Annual Industry Update which is designed to unite the regulators and industry leaders influencing and instituting change across the sector, creating a central source of practical reference material.
Volume 1 - for Manufacturing heads
Volume 2 - Regulation and Standards and Fedima annual industry updates
The second edition of EBIM Report Volume 1 focuses on some very important technical challenges facing the baking ingredients industry; we start with a special report on 'smart farming' from Agroscope Research which, on first impressions, resembles an alien invasion! (see inside), while elsewhere we explore the use of neglected and under-utilised crops such as quinoa in gluten-free applications. With protein-rich foods very much in the cross-hairs of discerning consumers, AZTI shares their research on alternative proteins and their respective properties when used in food products.
From across the Atlantic, Kansas State University addresses a 'sustainability movement' driving the research on pulses for use in healthy snacks plus other reports on salt intake through to the effect of waste incineration on some raw ingredients.
With an article from CWIF advocating their Honest Labelling campaign our regular contribution from Prof. Charles Spence at Oxford University on finger food will no doubt draw out a smile to help mask a little of the gloomy world news.
The EBIM Report – A RADICAL NEW PROJECT
The EBIM Report is designed to be used as a source of expert knowledge to help manufacturers plan for the future, sourcing inspiration and contacts from a truly pan-European digital and print reference document supported by an interactive website and effective web-based activities. Combined with a selection of cutting-edge editorials addressing innovation across the entire ingredients business, changes in standards, regulations and market projections, the combined weight of product intelligence will deliver a breadth of material never published together in one report - for a print and (world-wide) digital readership.
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