On 21 September 2018 IFFI members will be able to visit The Cosun innovation center with various laboratories (analysis, product development, microbiology and non-food), a fully equipped room for sensory research, twelve meeting rooms and an in-house pilot plant. As Royal Cosun recently joined IFFI as a new member organization, the IFFI network welcomes the opportunity to get an insight look in this showpiece of innovation. To join this tour please register using the online forms on our website.
Royal Cosun recently joined IFFI as a new member organization. Jan Pieter Blaauwhoed, Department Manager Product Development at Cosun Research & Development will represent Cosun in our network while a second regular contact will be announced later this year.
Royal Cosun is an agri-industrial group firmly rooted in the primary sector. The businesses that belong to Cosun are Aviko, Duynie, Sensus, Suiker Unie, SVZ and Cosun Biobased Products. They produce food ingredients and products that make their way to the food industry, foodservice sector and retail channels. In addition, the group is increasingly focusing on components for non-food applications.
Cosun’s ambition is to get the most out of its raw materials: this is good for the environment, profitability and meets society’s demand for responsible products and production methods. The Cosun businesses also supply products to the animal feed sector and residual products are used to produce biogas.
Royal Cosun was established nearly 120 years ago by Dutch sugar beet growers who united themselves in a cooperative. Today, the cooperative has some 8,800 member/shareholders and has grown into a business with 3,900 employees [in FTE] and a group turnover of about €2 billion annually. For more information please visit the Royal Cosun website.