Craft Bakery Conference: Technologies, Ingredients, Baking & Networking call for Irish Participants.
At the TRADEIT project EU funding provides a rare opportunity to offer smaller craft bakers support to find new technologies, ingredients, innovation and business opportunities.
Our Craft Bakery Event on 6th & 7th November in Potsdam, Germany will bring together some of the leaders in European Craft and Traditional Baking to explore technologies, ingredients, trends and future opportunities for the sector. The event will facilitate one to one and group meetings with potential partners from companies and research centres from across Europe.
Day two of the event offers a choice of activities, either a baking workshop with other European Craft bakers in the venue’s demonstration bakery or a site visit to local craft bakeries.
There is no charge to attend so for a small investment of time we can help you to find the partners you need to grow your business.
- The Changing Image of the Baker
- Regional Supply Chain
- Using local ingredients to create distinctive products
- Building relationships with local suppliers
- Slow Milling Bakery Ingredients
- Modern Product Development
- Development of healthier bread products and new ways for cooperation between craft bakers
- New Opportunities for Rye
- Using distinctive breads as a business differentiator
- Opportunities and limits of product variety in a small bakery
- Protein Fortification in Baking Goods
- Food Safety - Meeting the growing demands
- Gluten Free Production and/or products in smaller bakeries
- Allergen Management
- Food Safety in smaller artisan food companies - Financing of Quality
Please foward this inviation to those in your network who would benefit from this opportunity!
If you have any questions please contact Helena McMahon (email@example.com)
|Brokerage: From Thu 6 November, 2014 9:00 AM to Fri 7 November, 2014 3:00 PM
|Germany: ILU e.V., D-14558 Nuthetal, Arthur-Scheunert-Allee 40/41, Potsdam, Germany|
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