Our second inspirational IFFI dinner meeting in 2015 is scheduled for 23 April. We look forward to welcome all members, former members and invitees who are interested in ‘Eat2Move – it’s all about balance’.
Innovation topic: Eat2Move – it’s all about balance
In the bustling heart of the Dutch top-level sports – sports centre Papendal – R&D managers, product and business development managers, application and process technologists in the international food ingredients industry (IFFI members and non-members) will enjoy a varied programme in the context of the Eat to Move initiative.
Eat2Move is a collaboration between Wageningen University, Gelderland Valley Hospital, InnoSportNL, NOC * NSF, HAN University of Applied Sciences, NIZO food research, FrieslandCampina and Sports Center Papendal, initiated by the Gelderland Valley Nutrition Alliance.
The activities of Eat2Move consist of exploratory research, experiments in testing environments, sharing knowledge and develop products and services applicable in the field of nutrition and sports.
Jeroen Wouters, Program Manager Sports & Nutrition at InnoSportNL. InnoSportNL has developed several practical nutrition concepts from innovation performance contracts (IPC) with business partners. Jeroen works closely with Wageningen University and Food Valley and will explain the activities of Eat2Move. When you combine nutrition, science and industry together in a practical collaboration, you can develop food that has not only functional value in sports, but – because of that value – is very suitable for healthcare and the “ordinary” consumer.
Chef Erik te Velthuis, Manager Topsportrestaurant Papendal will serve six small courses for dinner, explaining each dish with a small presentation. “Prerequisite for our dishes is, that the food should be purely tasty, but of course we also serve it with a function. The dishes are developed from a top-level sport perspective, but offer a versatility of applications for healthcare and healthy meals at home.”
Maria Hopman, Professor Integrative Physiology at RadboudUMC. Her research is best summarized by the theme Healthy Aging or Preventive Medicine. The overall goal of her research is to improve ‘health’ and to understand the concept of ‘vitality’ of individuals as they age from conception to decease, by unraveling the mechanisms that explain the relationship between inactivity and the development of chronic diseases as well as exercise and health.
R&D managers, product and business development managers, application and process technologists.
Location: Hotel Papendal Arnhem, Papendallaan 3, 6816 VD Arnhem, tel. 026 483 7911
17.00 hrs Gathering at Hotel Papendal
17.15 hrs Words of welcome – Halbe Vogel – secretary of the IFFI board
17.30 hrs Food for sports – Jeroen Wouters – InnoSportNL
19.00 hrs Dishes with a story – Erik te Velthuis – Topsportresaurant Papendal
20.30 hrs Food for rehabilitation – Maria Hopman – RadboudUMC
21.30 hrs Drinks and networking
22.00 hrs End of programme
Location dinner meeting
Papendal started as the National Sports Centre in 1971 and is a subsidiary of NOC*NSF (Netherlands Olympic Committee*Netherlands Sports Federation). Papendal facilitates the development of sporting excellence of more than 300 elite athletes.
Address: Hotel Papendal Arnhem, Papendallaan 3, 6816 VD Arnhem, tel 026 483 7911
Route to Hotel Papendal
The IFFI dinner meeting programme includes dinner and drinks and excludes eventual accommodation costs. Participation costs for non-members are € 150,- excluding VAT. Participation costs for IFFI colleagues are covered by the membership fee. IFFI has optional reservations on rooms in Hotel Papendal. Please use the online registration form to request a hotel room if you wish to stay overnight. We will arrange the reservation for you (€99,– including breakfast). Please note that in case of cancellations later than 14 days in advance of your stay, we are forced to charge you the cancellation costs (15-100%).
All participants in this meeting will receive the book ‘Goud op je bord’, written by Brenda Prunt and Erik te Velthuis. How can you eat tasty yet cook healthy? Is it possible to eat responsibly without spending hours in the kitchen? Can you prepare something special without having to travel all over town to gather ingredients? And how does a diet contribute to a top performance? ‘Goud op je bord’ provides you with dozens of recipes as well as interviews with top talents in sports, f.e. Esther Vergeer, Siem de Jong, Marianne Vos, Noami van As and many more.