In this issue: Sibat Tomarchio srl - The authentic taste of Sicily / Delica AG - Expertise in coffee / Drinks Union Deutschland GmbH - The Czech art of brewing beer / Brouwerij De Brabandere - Brewing up excellence in the craft beer industry
In this issue: Miss Bagel ApS - Authentic American bagels / Boncolac SAS - In respect of French baking / EcoFinia GmbH - The chocolate sensation / Alfred Ritter GmbH & Co. KG - Square, practical, good for more than 100 years
The three most important things currently revolutionising the food technology sector are 3D printing, automation and sustainability. These topics are also the focus of our new special edition Food Meets Technology 2015. Food served up by 3D printers is probably the highest profile new trend at the moment. One application for this technology that most people will have heard of is the development of a 3D food printer for NASA.
Warm up this winter with a piping-hot serving of European Food Journal. We’ll take you on a culinary journey through Europe with stops in Italy, Hungary, Switzerland, Germany, the Netherlands and France. Look for it at the end of November. You won’t believe your Michelin stars.
European Food Journal offers a unique menu of background stories from the food and beverage industry. Learn the latest recipes from TV chefs Johann Lafer and Ralf Zacherl, get to know the most renowned Scandinavian fish farmers and Italian and French vineyards with centuries-old traditions and find out about modern logistics, transport and packaging chains. We add insider information to personality interviews and a sumptuous world of images. Get closer to top companies and opinion leaders of the industry through the eyes of European Food Journal.
Around the world, rice is one of the most important crops. Especially in Asian countries it is a staple and therefore the nutritional basis for a big part of the world population. As a matter of fact, the largest portion of the rice produced worldwide comes from Asia as well as from the USA being one of the main exporters. Nevertheless, in the EU rice production is also gaining momentum, and not just because ‘gluten-free’ is the buzzword of the day. Within the circle of the traditional rice producing countries in Europe like Italy, Spain and France, ‘newcomer’ Hungary supplies the EU markets with top quality rice – 50% of which comes from Nagykun 2000 Mezögazdasági Zrt. in Kisújszállás.
In this issue: Zordel Fischhandels GmbH - Big fish in the Black Forest / Cavendish & Harvey Confectionery GmbH - Success is sweet / Werner Kenkel Spółka z o.o. - The perfect package / SIMON SAS - Coming back to butter
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