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  • MICA (P) 179/12/2009 | NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2010 Established since 1985 | www.apfoodonline.com

    Visit www.apfoodonline.com for the latest news & information!

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  • GreetingsSeasonsWe thank you for your continuous support and wish you a prosperous new beginning with us in 2011!

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  • CONTENTS ASIA PACIFIC FOOD INDUSTRY NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2010

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    HEALTH & NUTRITION40 Easy On The Salt

    With cardiovascular disease on the rise, food companies are under immense pressure to reduce sodium content in their products. By Simone Bouman, Purac Asia Pacifi c

    44 Heart Of A Healthy LifeUp to 80 percent of cardiac risk can be prevented through combining a healthy, active lifestyle with weight management and good nutrition. By Magdalene Wong, DSM Nutritional Products

    BEVERAGE48 Meal Replacement: More In A Drink

    The incorporation of nutrient premixes in food fortifi cation is an essential step that manufacturers will need to take if they are to stay competitive in todays marketplace. By Ram Chaudhari, Fortitech

    52 Market Report: Urbanisation & Safe Water Demand Spur Bottled Water Market In Indonesia

    Bottled water in Indonesia is a safer alternative to tap water for consumption, and the majority of the population considers it more affordable than residential water treatment equipment. By Melvin Leong, Frost & Sullivan

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    PROCESSING PACKAGING FLAVOURS & ADDITIVES STORAGE & HANDLING

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    INGREDIENTS & ADDITIVES32 A Crunchy Finish

    Rice derivatives support a fi ne and equal creation of pores and provide an end product with a smooth surface and maximum crunch. By Dr Christine Franck, Beneo

    34 Texturisers: The Right Chocolaty FeelTexturisers play a role in the art of perfecting chocolate confectionery. By Tan Li Chin, Cargill

    38 Market Report: Saturated Confectionery Markets Of The West Flourishing Its Way To India

    Higher consumer spending drives Indias confectionery market. By Saritha Pingali, Datamonitor

    PACKAGING & PROCESSING 28 Image-Based Readers: 10 Reasons To Switch

    Image-based readers open up new opportunities in identifying, tracking and traceability on manufacturing lines and throughout the supply chain. By Didier Lacroix, Cognex

    Market Report: Saturated Confectionery Markets Of The West

    Higher consumer spending drives Indias confectionery market.By Saritha Pingali, Datamonitor

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  • ASIA PACIFIC FOOD INDUSTRY NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2010

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    AUTOMATION & FEATURES54 Lubricants: Smooth Operation

    Converting a processing facility to NSF H1 and HT-1 registered lubricants can help companies optimise production, promote food quality, and ensure the brand integrity of its products. By Peter Bird, ExxonMobil Lubricants & Specialties

    58 Analyse This!Getting together with global thought leaders in food science, Agilent seeks to resolve issues within the domain of analytical works. By Tjut Rostina

    60 Traceability & Food Safety: Go For The Record Food safety and quality issues can be managed more readily, if each partner in the supply chain can identify the direct source and direct recipient of traceable items. By Andrew Dalziel, Lawson Software

    64 Cheats At BayCounterfeiting of medicines is rapidly increasing. In Germany, one in twenty medicines have been adulterated. Researchers are therefore developing authenticity seals and security codes intended to make drug packaging uniquely identifi able. By Sascha Rentzing for Messe Dsseldorf

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    08 Editors Note10 Advertisers List12 Business News22 Product Highlights78 Calendar Of Events80 Product Catalogue80A Readers Enquiry Form80B Subscription Information

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    EXHIBITION & EVENTS 68 Review: Fi Asia70 Review: Hi Japan74 Preview: Fi Vietnam75 Preview: Sustainable Foods Summit76 Preview: Fruit Logistica 2011

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  • 8managing director Kenneth Tan

    editor Tjut Rostina tjutrostina@epl.com.sg editorial assistant Audrey Ang audreyang@epl.com.sg

    senior art director/studio manager Lawrence Lee lawrencelee@epl.com.sg

    assistant art director Libby Goh libbygoh@epl.com.sg

    business development manager Randy Teo randyteo@epl.com.sg

    advertising sales manager Peh Sue Ann sueannpeh@epl.com.sg

    senior circulation executive Brenda Tan brenda@epl.com.sg

    contributors Andrew Dalziel Didier Lacroix Dr Christine Franck Magalie Benoit Magdalene Wong Melvin Leong Peter Bird Ram Chaudhari Saritha Pingali Sascha Rentzing Sebastian Pflgge Simone Bouman Tan Li Chin board of industry consultants

    Dr Aaron BrodyManaging DirectorPackaging/Brody, Inc

    Dr Alastair HicksAgroindustries and Postharvest SpecialistUN Food & Agriculture Organisation

    Professor Alex BchananProfessional Fellow Victoria University

    Dr Nik Ismail Nik DaudHead, Food Quality Research UnitUniversiti Kebangsaan