First detailed program of the Budapest congress

Fecha de publicación: 09/04/2024
Fuente: WPTC
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April 9, 2024



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First detailed program of the Budapest congress



The provisional program of the 15th World Processing Tomato Congress which will take place in Budapest on 9-12 June 2024 has been released.



























Monday 10 June
Morning
• CONGRESS & SYMPOSUM JOINT OPENING CEREMONY
• THE FUTURE OF FOODModerator: Jason Fritsch, WPTC President
– Emerging Trends in Agriculture, Ryan Avery (Bayer Vegetable Seeds)– Reimagining our food systems: accelerating transformation to better sustain our planet and its people, Magdalena Psuja (TetraPak)– Artificial Intelligence: imagine the future, science and innovations, Willem Jan Knibbe (Wageningen Data Competence Center)– Roundtable discussion with all speakers
Afternoon
• WHERE ARE WE NOW?Moderation: Alistair Blake, AMITOM President
– The global processing tomato industry in 2024, Alistair Blake (AMITOM president)– Global comparison of costs of production, Martin Stilwell (HIT)– Ensuring environmental and social sustainability, Antonio Casana (Tomato Europe)– Roundtable: How to ensure fair competition in the processed tomato markets?with the speakers and:     – Zhu Chenhui (COFCO)     – Armando Gandolfi (Gandolfi)     – Manuel Goncalves (SUGAL)     – Mike Montna (CTGA)
Tuesday 11 June
Morning
• WHAT DOES THE FUTURE LOOK LIKE?Moderator: Nick Kastle, WPTC Vice President
– Global market trends & consumer preferences, Anastasija Nadezdina (Euromonitor)– Roundtable: How do we position ourselves to remain relevant or seize opportunity?with all speakers and:    – Norito Ebata (Kagome, Japan)-    – Diodato Ferraioli (La Doria, Italy)     – Francesco Mutti (Mutti, Italy)     – Endre Nagy (Univer, Hungary)     – Guo Shunjie (Cofco, China)
Afternoon
• TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION IN THE TOMATO PROCESSING INDUSTRYModerator: Manuel Vazquez, WPTC Vice President
– Gene Editing and GMO, Allen Van Deynze (UC Davis)– The era of zero-steam tomato plants, Mario Gozzi (CFT)– What is the next innovation for tomato processing?, Chris Rufer (Morning Star)– Roundtable discussion with the speakers
• ISHS JOINT POSTER SESSION
Wednesday 12 June
Morning
• AGRICULTURE AND CLIMATE ADAPTATIONModerator: Roger Scriven, WPTC past President
– Climate change and future of growing tomatoes, Davide Cammarano (Aarhus University)– Tomato Breeding for future challenges: climate, technology, sustainability, Steven Schroeder (BASF/Nunhems)– Safeguarding the global seed supply, Paulo Abreu (HeinzSeeds– Key research from the symposium, Matthew Stewart (APTRC)– Roundtable discussion with the speakers and:     – Don Cameron (CTGA)     – Manuel Vazquez (CONESA)     – Chris Taylor (Kagome Australia)
• CONGRESS & SYMPOSIUM JOINT CLOSING CEREMONY























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