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November 10
11:34 2011

Pride of place for natural and innovative 100% fruit sugars from Nutritis at the 25th “Food Ingredients Europe & Natural Ingredients 2011” Fair. See you on the Nutritis stand, 1D75!

Nutritis Press Conference
30 November at 09:00, Paris Nord Villepinte


The “Food Ingredients Europe & Natural Ingredients 2011” event is preparing to celebrate its 25th
anniversary with particular focus on current consumption trends, which include naturalness. Nutritis,
which produces and markets an unique range of tailor-made 100% fruit sugars, will be one of the food
industry leaders present from 29 November to 1 December 2011 in Paris, which for the occasion has
been declared the world capital of food ingredients.
Nutritis present for the first time at FIE to confirm its major growth

To mark the opening of its new production facilities in southern France, Nutritis will be exhibiting for the
first time at FIE 2011, the principal agri-food ingredient trade fair that should see more than 23,000
visitors from throughout the industry. On the Nutritis stand, dedicated to presenting its product ranges to
purchasers and decision-makers, the company is deliberately positioning itself as a partner of choice in
the formulation and production of high added-value ingredients. In a rapidly growing market, Nutritis
combines technological and product innovation, proposing a series of tailor-made, 100% fruit sugars
that can be included in a broad range of products such as preserves, compotes, desserts, dairy
products, cereal bars, ice-creams, sorbets and beverages, etc.
Nutritis, at the centre of trends in the agri-food industry
To mark its 25th anniversary, the FIE organisers have identified, and are highlighting, four major trends
in the global agri-food industry: digestive health (pre- and probiotics, fibres, etc.), new sensory
experiences (innovations in taste and texture), weight loss (active or preventive) and naturalness. With
its 100% fruit sugars, Nutritis is well positioned in two of these sectors, those of naturalness and health:
Nutritis sugars are directly extracted from fruits, which simplifies the composition of a preparation (“clean
label”), reinforces their natural origin (100% fruit) and associates nutritional benefits that have been validated in humans (the lowest Glycemic Index in the marketplace) and can help to combat obesity and
cardiovascular diseases. In accordance with consumer demands and desires, Nutritis can also respond to the needs of its customers while working in the spirit of a sustainable economy and industry: Nutritis produces high
added-value ingredients from raw fruits, deliberately adopting a sustainable development approach
(involvement in the heart of the fruit-growing sector, short-circuit supply channels, a “soft” process,
stringent quality standards, social ethics, etc.).


Spotlight on a product catalogue and export customers

FIE 2011 provides Nutritis with an opportunity to present its increased production capacity and new
range of products designed to meet the needs of the agri-food industry.
If you want to obtain updated news on Nutritis, to meet its managers and marketing team and to be
among the first to discover these future agri-food industry “blockbusters”, visit Nutritis on stand 1D75
and come to our press conference at the fair, scheduled on 30 November 2011.
As well as recent news on how the €10 million invested in 2010 has been deployed, Nutritis will be
reporting on the opening of its two new production units, on the publication of its clinical results in the
regulation of glycaemia and on growth in its markets.

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