11th Foodnews Juice Latin America

2014-03-17 - 2014-03-19
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The 11th Annual Foodnews Juice Latin America will take place at the stunning Park Hyatt Hotel in Mendoza, Argentina. The only conference in LATAM assessing juice and puree raw material outlooks, prices and product trends. Come to the only event in this dynamic region to meet and do business with Latin American raw material suppliers, buyers and major international players. New first-time speakers at Juice Latin America include: • Rafael Jordani, EBBA, Brazil • Edurne Iruretagoyena, Danone, Argentina • Juan Pablo Fernandez, Alpina, Colombia • Alexander Christodoulou, CHB Group, Greece • Jørgen Stølsgård, Berrifine, Denmark Analysing Latin America’s competitive markets is a key theme. View the latest copy of the agenda here: http://juicela.agraevents.com/brochure-download. Register online: http://juicela.agraevents.com/delegate-registration, email registrations@agra-net.com or call +44 (0)20 3377 3658.

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Rafael Jordani Foreign Trade Manager EBBA, Brazil Edurne Iruretagoyena Formulation Leader Danone, Argentina Jorge Saravia Commercial Director SA San Miguel, Argentina Juan Pablo Fernandez Vice President – Corporate Marketing & Innovation Alpina, Colombia - Examine competitive markets from: Alexander Christodoulou Sales Manager CHB Group, Greece Jørgen Stølsgård CEO Berrifine A/S, Denmark Alan Leal Purchasing Director Cobell, UK Neil Murray Editor Foodnews, UK - Hear from juice experts: Mauricio Mendes CEO Informa Economics FNP, Brazil Luciano Anavi Latin America Director Canadean, Argentina Andrés Padilla Senior Beverages Analyst Rabobank, Brazil Marcelo Bocardo President Jugos Australes, Argentina Manuel Lamadrid Export Manager Grupo Peñaflor, Argentina Tom Vierhile Innovation Insights Director Datamonitor, USA Roberto Murphy General Manager Aconcagua Foods, Chile Matias Togni Research Analyst Euromonitor International, Chile Antonio Dominguez President – Nevada Export Board Member – Chilealimentos Chile

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