Ola Elmqvist, executive vice president of processing for Tetra Pak
At this year’s Global Dairy Congress, Tetra Pak’s new executive vice president, Ola Elmqvist, will share insights into future thinking from a preference for healthy choices to demands for “clean label” ingredients, fast evolving consumer trends, and the high expectations to deliver against them.
These are setting the benchmark for food and drink producers – and that’s before one gets to the area receiving the most attention: impact on the environment.
As consumers become increasingly aware of the need to preserve and protect the world’s resources, producers are expected to embed sustainability objectives and use future-friendly solutions, which produce more but consume less.
Founded on the tenet that a package should save more than it costs, Tetra Pak is committed to developing packaging and processing solutions which help reduce food waste, increase food availability and improve resource efficiency without impact to food safety.
Today’s challenges in terms of efficiency and use of resources such as energy and water, will not go away. It is of vital importance therefore to use resources in the right way, from initial processing to the final product.
At this year’s Global Dairy Congress, Ola will provide a thorough overview of how Tetra Pak:
• Contributes to the sustainable factory of the future by developing solutions that reduce energy usage, water usage and deliver CO 2 reduction
• Delivers operational cost reduction for dairy producers
• Provides higher modularity and tailor-made solutions
The most efficient dairy processing solutions and newest releases – as well as the trends that drive them and the customer benefits they offer – will also be addressed.
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