PROGRAM

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EVENT OVERVIEW  
 

Conferences

Exhibition Tech Transfer Place B2B Guided Tours Networking
Cocktail
Banquet Fun Run
Tues. Oct. 4   17:00 – 19:00     12:30-17:00 17:00    
Wed. Oct. 5 8:15 – 17:00 9:30 – 17:00 9:30 – 17:00 9:30 – 17:00     18:30  
Thurs. Oct. 6 8:30 – 16:30 9:30 – 16:00 9:30 – 16:00 9:30 – 16:00       6:30

Tuesday – October 4

13:00 Welcome and registration
12:30 – 17:00


GUIDED TOURS
(booking is required)
Tour 1: INAF, CRIQ, TAQ Group, IGA Des Sources (departure:13:00)
Tour 2: INAF, AVRIL Supermarket, Pharmalab, AG-BioCentre, TransBioTech (departure:12:30)
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17:00 – 19:00 EXHIBITION & OPENING COCKTAIL

 

Wednesday – October 5

  Scientific Sessions Marketing & Innovation Session
7:30 Welcome and Registration
8:15

PLENARY KEYNOTE LECTURE – Room 200A
Top Trends Affecting the Food Industry and Health Ingredients Market
Elizabeth Sloan, Sloan trends inc., USA

 

SESSION 1 – Room 202
Cardiometabolic Health

SESSION 2 – Room 203
Healthy Aging and Inflammation

Vision of the Agri-Food Sector
– Room 204

CHAIR

Marie-Caroline Michalski, Université Lyon 1, France
Benoît Lamarche,INAF, Université Laval, Canada

Philip Calder, University of Southampton, United Kingdom
Philip Sherman, INMD, CIHR, Canada

Jean-Philippe Gervais, Financement agricole Canada

9:30

When Less (Double Bonds) is Better Than More: Evidence for the Health Benefits of Monounsaturated Fats
Peter Jones, RCFFN, University of Manitoba, Canada

Biomarkers of Inflammation
Phil Calder, University of Southampton, United Kingdom

Innovating with Pulses – Trends and Opportunities for the Development of Healthier Food Ingredients
Joyce Boye, Food Research and Development Centre, Agriculture Canada

10:00

Metabolic Impact of Fat Emulsified Structure – The Concept of Fast vs Slow Lipids
Marie-Caroline Michalski, Université Lyon 1, France

Deacidification of Cranberry Juice and Protection Against Intestinal Inflammation?
Laurent Bazinet, INAF, Université Laval, Québec

10:30 EXHIBITION & HEALTH BREAK
11:00

Slowly Digestible Starch, Metabolic Fate and Health Interest
Sophie Vinoy, Mondelez International

Controlling Mitochondrial Function
Jan Kopecky, Institute of Physiology, Czech Republic

 

Market your vision

Your Comptetitive Advantage Now Resides in the Marketplace
Niraj Dawar, Ivey Business School, London, Ontario

 

 

11:30

Sugars, all the Same?
André Marette, INAF Université Laval, Québec

Phenotypic Flexibility: A New Way to Quantify the Effects of Food and Nutrition on Health

Suzan Wopereis, TNO, The Netherlands

12:00

Dietary Fatty Acids Affect Cardiometabolic Health via the “Endocannabinoidome”
Vincenzo Di Marzo, Institute of Biomolecular Chemistry, National Research Council, Naples, Italy

 

Healthy Ageing – Consumer Insights and Experiences: Quo Vadis?
Gerard Klein Essink, Bridge2Food, The Netherlands

12:30 EXHIBITION & LUNCH
  SESSION 3 – Room 202
Digestive Health – Role of Microbiota
SESSION 4 – Room 203
Brain Function & Cognitive Health

Challenge your Vision – Room 204

CHAIR Patrice Cani, Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium
Denis Roy, INAF, Université Laval, Canada
Lucile Capuron, Université de Bordeaux, France
Frederic Calon, INAF, Université Laval, Canada

Jean-Claude Dufour, Université Laval, Canada

14:00

 

 

Next Generation Probiotics: Akkermansia as a Candidate?
Patrice Cani, Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium

Depression and Obesity: Role of Inflammatory Processes
Lucile Capuron, NutriNeuro, INRA, Bordeaux, France

Les collaborations au coeur de l’innovation: s’inspirer de cas concrets
Freddy Thiburce, Centre culinaire contemporain, France

  

 

 

 

 

14:30

Use of Microorganisms for Carotenoids Delivery (carodel): Next Generation of Probiotics for Cardiovascular Disease
Pieter Van den Abbeele, Prodigest, Belgium

Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids and Brain Development
Lotte Lauritzen, Department of Pediatrics, University Hospital of Copenhagen, Denmark

 

 14:55     The FoodTech Revolution
Grégory Dubourg,Nutrikéo, France
15:00

Are Probiotics Food Products, Live Biotherapeutic Products, Pharmaceutical Products or… all or them?
Bruno Pot, Lille Infection & Immunity Centre, Lille University, France

Omega-3 Fatty Acid, DHA’s Effects on Adult Memory
Karin Yurko- Mauro, DSM Nutritional, USA

15:20 Vision of Innovation
Discussion Panel: L’innovation vue par des entrepreneurs du secteur alimentaire (in French)

Sylvain Dufour, Fruit d’Or, Canada
Marc Purcell, Technologies Khlôros
Paul Pomerleau, Nutrinor Canada
Renée-Maude Jalbert, Aliments Krispy Kernels, Canada

End at 16:30

15:30 EXHIBITION & HEALTH BREAK  
 16:00

Impact of Fermented Milk Products Consumption on the Human Intestinal Microbiota

Muriel Derrien, Danone Nutricia Research, France

 Research of Natural Compounds: Promotion of Health and Prevention of Age-Related Neurodegeneration with Polyphenols
Giulio Pasinetti, The Saunders Family Research Chair, Icahn School of Medicine, Mount Sinai, NY, USA

16:30

Impacts of Mediterranean Diet on the Gut Microbiota and Associated Metabolome: Novel Perspectives
Elena Biagi, Dept Pharmacy & Biotechnology, Bologna University, Italy

Polyphenols from Grape and BlueBerry to Prevent the Age-Related Cognitive Decline

Julien Bensalem, Consortium Neurophenols, Canada

Beginning of AQIA Symposium
at 16:15 – Room 205

Welcoming Remarks
Julie Jean, INAF, Université Laval, Canada, president of AQIA

Mobile Applications for Feed and Food Safety Management
Kurt Johnson, CEO, r-Biopharm GmbH, Darmstadt, Germany

      Cocktail AQIA – 17:00
18:30 BANQUET (Capitole de Québec)

 

Thursday – October 6

  Scientific Sessions AQIA Symposium
7:45 Welcome and registration
 

SESSION 5 – Room 202
Muscle & Bone Health

SESSION 6 – Room 203
Health Attributes of Nordic Natural Resources

Innovation in Response to Current & Emerging Food Safety Issues

CHAIR

Claudia Gagnon, INAF, Université Laval, Canada
Robin Daly, Deakin University, Australia

Yves Desjardins, INAF, Université Laval, Canada
Pierre Ayotte, INSPQ, Canada

CHAIR: Julie Jean, INAF, Université Laval, Canada, President of AQIA

 

8:30

The Promise of Multi-Nutrient Supplements to Improve Bone and Muscle Health in Older Adults
Robin M Daly, Deakin University, Australia

Health Benefits of Marine Resources from the North of Canada
Lucie Beaulieu, INAF, Université Laval, Québec, Canada

KEYNOTE LECTURE
Innovation: A Challenge and an Opportunity for Food Safety Regulators

Martine Dubuc, Chief Food Safety Officer, Canada Food Inspection Agency (CFIA)

9:00

Prebiotic Fibers Improve Calcium Absorption and Bone Indices via Changes in Gut Microbiota
Connie Weaver, Women’s Global Health Institute, Purdue University, IN, USA

La Typicité Boréale Comme Vecteur de Valorisation et de Développement Économique (in French)
Isabelle Tremblay-Rivard, AgroBoréal, les ressources nordiques du Québec

Detecting Salmonella in foods with Genomics-Based Techniques
Lawrence Goodridge, Professor, Ian and Jane Munro Chair in Food Safety, McGill University

9:30

The Role of Nutrients in Improving Sarcopenic Obesity
Dennis T. Villareal, Baylor College of Medicine, TX, USA

Adaptation to the Artic Diet and its Health Consequences Among Grenland Inuit
Marit Eika Jorgensen, Principal Investigator, Steno Diabetes Center, Copenhagen, Denmark

The Use of Genomics-Based Techniques for Foodborne Illness Surveillance
Sadjia Bekal, Microbiologist, National Institute of Public Health of Quebec

10:00 EXHIBITION & HEALTH BREAK
10:30

Musculoskeletal Health Benefits of Vitamin D and Fortified Dairy Products in Early Life
Hope Weiller, Mary Emily Clinical Nutrition Research Unit, McGill University, Quebec, Canada

Preserving Fresh Ideals
Rbenefiq.ca/…/novel-analytical-methods-to-address-food-allergen-management-recent-developments-and-future-perspectivesachel Doll, Tetra Pak Canada

Food Allergen Analysis: Confirming the Culprit’s Fingerprint
Éric Marceau, Scientific Specialist, Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA)

11:00 Ingredients, Health Food and Nutritional Supplements for Muscles and Bones: Trends of a Fortified Market
Grégory Dubourg, Nutrikéo, France

The Best of Both Worlds: Unifying Aboriginal Traditional Medicine and Modern Science to Characterize Antidiabetic Medicinal Plants From the Boreal Forest
Pierre Haddad, Department of Pharmacology, Université de Montréal, Québec, Canada

Rapid Foodborne Pathogen Testing Methods: Always More Innovations But Still with Limitations!
Patrice Arbault, BioAdvantage Consulting, France

11:30 EXHIBITION & LUNCH
13:00 PLENARY KEYNOTE LECTURE- Room 200A
Marché de demain : enjeux et attentes des consommateurs
Sophie de Reynal, Nutrimarketing, France
JoAnne Labrecque, Hautes études commerciales (HEC), Canada
Novel Decontamination Approach in Mold Mycotoxin Management 
Gerd Schatzmayr, Research Director, Biomin GmbH, Tulln, Austria
Food Fraud – How Can NMR (Nuclear Magnetic Resonance) be part of the solution?
Stephan Schwarzinger, ALNUMED GmbH, University of Bayreuth, Germany
14:30 EXHIBITION & HEALTH BREAK

15:00

SESSION 7- Room 200A
Outreach Activity: Academy – Industry Research Collaboration  
Three tandem presentations :
« Cheese genomics : Because cheese is in our DNA.” Steve Labrie Professeur agrégé, Université Laval Département des sciences des aliments, INAF and Michel Pouliot, Ph. D, vice-président, Recherche et développement, Agropurcoopérative
« Optimization of the nutritional value of a breakfast biscuit towards a lower glycemic response » Sophie Vinoy, Senior researcher – Group leader chez Mondelēz International and Julie-Anne Nazare, Docteur en physiologie de la nutrition, Université de Lyon
« De l’idée à la commercialisation : un partenariat gagnant-gagnant » Fadia Naim – Directrice générale Cintech et Geneviève Arsenault, Vice-présidente R&D Groupe Saint-Hubert, Groupe Saint-Hubert

16:00 CLOSING REMARKS

 

BÉNÉFIQ IS …
The International Rendez-vous on Health Ingredients that was held from October 4 to 6, 2016, at the Quebec City Convention Centre. BÉNÉFIQ is a unique, world-class event combining science with business. With a large socioeconomic scope, the event is a motor for innovation in its areas of excellence.

MAIN PARTNER

Ville de Québec

FINANCIAL PARTNERS

Québec International Aliments Santé Accord Capitale-NationaleRSTMTransformActionAgroboreal

 

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