Fonterra to Reveal Virtual Store at Food Ingredients Asia 2016

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14 Sep 2016 --- Fonterra is exhibiting at Food Ingredients Asia for the first time and will unveil its new NZMP Virtual Store at the conference, where the latest innovations in ingredients will be showcased.  

Delegates will experience a New Zealand dairy farm up close with the 360° NZMP Virtual Reality. They will also have access to world-leading dairy scientists and technical staff to understand the science and innovation of NZMP products and how food companies can benefit from using NZMP Ingredients.
  
Conference attendees will be able to browse an extensive range of NZMP dairy fats, powder, protein and specialty ingredients, all at the touch of their fingertips at the NZMP Virtual Store. The 48” touchscreen takes the customer on a personalised journey through the benefits and applications of one of the broadest dairy ingredient offerings worldwide. Here customers can see the full breadth of offering and find out more about some of the hero ingredients on display at FIA, Jakarta, including NZMP Gold Instant Wholemilk Powder and the NZMP SureProtein range. For those interested in purchasing, a Fonterra Account Manager will be on hand to discuss the next steps. 

Hamish Gowans, General Manager NZMP Ingredients for South & East Asia says Fonterra has a long history of partnering with Asian food and beverage companies and attending FIA is a great way to share the company’s dairy expertise in science and innovation with the region. “Customer’s manufacturing needs vary a great deal. We have the benefit of being able to draw on expertise from the world’s largest dairy research centre and extensive knowledge about the manufacturing process to provide unmatched, consistent performance across an array of products and solutions. “Delegates at FIA will be able to experience Fonterra from the farm, to the lab, to the shelf, as well as have the opportunity to delve into an array of practical applications for their own company’s food products. 
 
Attendees at the conference will be able to sample many of NZMP’s ingredients, including NZMP Gold Instant Whole Milk Powder, NZMP Butter in chocolate truffles and cookies, NZMP SureProteinTM Whey Protein Concentrate 550 in ready-to-drink beverages and NZMP Milk Protein Concentrate 70 in several high protein milks. NZMP is responsible for 22 per cent of all dairy products traded worldwide and offers customers 3,800 product SKUs within five product families – powders, dairy fats, cheese, paediatrics and proteins.

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"Fonterra is a global, co-operatively-owned dairy company, unlocking the natural goodness of milk to provide high quality products to our customers and consumers globally.

We share the goodness of dairy nutrition with the world through our brands, farming and processing operations across four continents. We have 16,000 passionate people in New Zealand and around the world working to make dairy available to millions of consumers in 140 countries every day.


NZMP is the dairy ingredients brand of Fonterra the world’s largest dairy exporter, delivering a combination of unmatched expertise and world-leading processes. NZMP represents high performance dairy ingredients.


Renowned for our pure New Zealand goodness, stringent quality assurance systems and expertise in agri-science, our dairy ingredients are at the heart of some of the world’s most famous brands.


With hundreds of ingredients, NZMP offers the broadest range in the industry. This gives you more flexibility to fine-tune your ingredient selection whether it’s from core ingredients such as milk powders and butter, or specialised proteins for sports and nutritional applications including beverages, yoghurts and snack foods.


We’re here with the products, skills and expertise to help grow your business. To discuss how we can partner with you contact us, we look forward to being the vital ingredient in your success.

NZMP offers the broadest range of ingredients in the industry, delivering solutions across the five key product groups Powders, Dairy Fats, Cheese, Proteins and Specialty Nutrition.

 

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