This year, the ingredients specialist Bösch Boden Spies will be exhibiting for the first time at Biofach in Nuremberg/Germany, the world’s leading trade fair for organic food (booth 6-381). From February 12 to 15, the Hamburg-based company, together with various brand partners, will be presenting organic ingredients and innovative product concepts for organic snacks and drinks.
By exhibiting at Biofach, the company underlines the growing importance of organically produced ingredients in its product range, which currently includes organic ingredients from eleven brand partners. The trade fair presentation will focus on cranberries (Ocean Spray), goldenberries (Terrafertil), almonds (Valley Pride), acerola (Niagro), passion fruit (Quicor-nac) and sea buckthorn (Hippocrates Farm). To demonstrate the versatility of these ingredients, and to stimulate product innovation in the organic foods segment, Bösch Boden Spies is presenting new product concepts e.g. for snacks based on sea buckthorn, cranberry and almond.
Besides “organic,” the broader theme of “sustainability” will also play an important role in the trade show presentation of Bösch Boden Spies and its brand partners. For instance, Ocean Spray will be providing information about its sustainability plan, which covers all stages of production. Ocean Spray’s more than 700 farmers have committed themselves to six sustainability principles that ensure a mindful treatment of people and nature. The goal for 2020 is to grow 100 % of all cranberries in a sustainable manner. Other measures in the sustainability plan concern further processing up to packaging. Already, 96 % of Ocean Spray packaging is recyclable. The company intends to increase this figure to 100 % by 2025.