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Understanding Juice Raw Material Production, Export Trends, Legislations and Consumer Choices in Latin America
Comprendiendo la producción de materias primas para jugos, la evolución de las exportaciones, la legislación y las preferencias del consumidor en América Latina





16 – 17 March 2015 |  16 – 17 Marzo de 2015 |  Marriott Hotel, Santiago, Chile











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Now in its 12th year, Juice Latin America is the must attend event for the regional and global juice community. The 2015 programme together with the various speaking and networking opportunities will give you the answers, insights and contacts you need to develop and deliver your business objectives for 2015.


 

Actualmente en su 12° edición, Juice Latin America es un evento imprescindible para la comunidad regional y mundial de jugos.  La agenda de 2015 junto con las oportunidades de ponencia y networking, le darán las respuestas, visiones y contactos que usted necesita para desarrollar y alcanzar sus objetivos comerciales en el 2015.








Key Session Highlights For 2015  Destaques Claves De La Sesión  2015


■ NEW! LATIN AMERICA’S REGULATORY OUTLOOK AND POLICY INTEGRATION 
Key session to look at unifying Latin American laws and regulations to leverage the local juice industry 

■ MARKET TRENDS IN LATIN AMERICA
Forecast for Latin American industrialised juices
and comparing the regional trends to the European and North American growth



■ REGIONAL OUTLOOK ON FRUIT JUICE PRODUCTION IN LATIN AMERICA 
Analysing the traditional markets for regional fruits and their growth capacity specially that of Chile’s super fruit market – cranberry, blueberry and raspberry juices



■ FINDING NEW MARKETS FOR LATIN AMERICAN JUICE BUSINESS
Looking at trends in North American juice-based soft drinks and European competition for the North American AJC market



■ LATIN AMERICAN FRUITS OUTLOOK - RAW MATERIALS AND SUPPLY CHAIN
Evaluating the impact of pests on orange production, passion fruits and European competitors to Chilean berries



■ NEW! LOGISTICS SOLUTIONS FOR THE LATIN AMERICAN JUICE MARKET
Using mechanical harvesting of fruits for  processing to assess the break event yield point and profitability in berries and apple orchards


■ 
 NOVEDAD! PANORAMA REGULATORIO E INTEGRACIÓN POLITICA EN  LATIN OAMERICA 

Sesión clave para centrarse en  la  unificación de leyes y regulaciones en Latinoamérica para impulsar la  industria local del jugo

■ TENDENCIAS DEL MERCADO EN AMÉRICA LATINA 
Pronóstico para los jugos industrializados de América Latina y la comparación de las tendencias regionales para el crecimiento de Europa y América del Norte


■ PERSPECTIVA REGIONAL SOBRE PRODUCCIÓN JUGO DE FRUTAS EN AMÉRICA LATINA
 El análisis de los mercados tradicionales de frutas de la región y su capacidad de crecimiento en especial la del supermercado de frutas de Chile - arándano, arándanos y jugos de frambuesa

■  ENCONTRAR NUEVOS MERCADOS PARA EL COMERCIO DE JUGOS EN AMÉRICA LATINA
Observar las tendencias en bebidas no alcohólicas a base de jugo de América del Norte y la competición europea para el mercado de América del Norte AJC


■ PERSPECTIVAS DE FRUTAS EN AMERICA LATINA, MATERIAS PRIMAS Y CADENA DE SUMINISTRO 
Evaluación del impacto de las plagas en la producción de naranja, frutas de la pasión y de los competidores europeos de bayas chilenos



■ ¡NOVEDAD! SOLUCIONES PARA LA LOGÍSTICA DEL MERCADO LATINO AMERICANA JUGO
Utilizando la recolección mecánica de frutos para procesamiento para evaluar los puntos de equilibrio de rendimiento y rentabilidad en las bayas y los huertos de manzana



 View the full agenda here

Ver el programa completo aquí


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PLUS! Do Not Miss The Brand New Workshop

Innovation in Latin America Juice

18 March 2015
Led by Edson Mazeto, President, JUXX
Más! No pierda el novedoso Workshop

Innovación de Jugos en Latinoamérica

18 Marzo de 2015
Dirigido por Edson Mazeto, Presidente, JUXX




Meet the regional and global juice speakers to date




Conozca a los ponentes regionales y mundiales sobre el jugo
Rafael Jordani
Rafael Jordani
Foreign Trade Manager
EBBA (Empresa Brasileira de Bebidas e Alimentos SA)
 
David Berryman
David Berryman
Founder & CEO
David Berryman
 
Antonio Dominguez
Antonio Dominguez
Director Presidente
Nevada Chile & Board of Directors, Chilealimentos
 
Edurne Iruretagoyena
Edurne Iruretagoyena
Formulation Lead
Danone
 
Mauricio Mendes
Mauricio Mendes
Director Commercial
Agrotools, Brazil
 
Marcos A. Machado
Marcos A. Machado
Director
Centro de Citricultura Sylvio Moreira, Instituto Agronômico
 





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