Did you know that more than 8 in 10 UK consumers of yoghurt would be willing to consume a healthier drinkable or spoonable yoghurt with added fibre?*
At the Dairy Innovation Strategies Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, we’re joining fellow European dairy professionals to discuss emerging dairy and dairy-alternative trends like this one in an evolving and increasingly competitive industry.
Join us for the Day 1 Keynote Presentation on 19 April
Davide Risso, Senior Research Scientist, and Delphine Forejt, Category Development Manager, will kick off the conference on 18 April with a keynote presentation on The Rising Demand for Nutritious Food: Fibre in Dairy, an Opportunity for Growth. Our experts will dive into insights on young consumers’ aspirations for healthy and tasty food, highlight the multiple benefits of fibres in the dairy category, and the opportunity to deliver on positive nutrition through dairy yogurt products.
We are looking forward to meeting our dairy customers at the conference in Copenhagen,” says Delphine Forejt. “We see fibre fortification as a great opportunity for yoghurt brand owners to address the needs of Europe consumers for convenient options for increasing their daily fibre intake.
Don’t miss the Day 2 Roundtable on 20 April
On day two of the conference, we will be facilitating a roundtable discussion on Fibre in Dairy Yogurts – an Opportunity for Growth. Using interactive tools, delegates are invited to test their knowledge of fibres and typical consumer diets before the session. The roundtable will then address the results.
Visit us at table #3!
Throughout the conference, our talented and knowledgeable teams will be on hand to share their comprehensive expertise and innovative ingredient solutions information for the Dairy category. Visit us at table #3 to taste a fibre-fortified, fermented milk drink prototype featuring our PROMITOR® Soluble Fibre, which allows for 10g of fibre per 90ml serving.
Learn more about the Dairy Innovation Strategies Conference here.
* Source: *T&L proprietary research November 2022 – 25-34 years-old UK consumers