„Your Lab“ introduces the most promising taste trends, fine raw ingredients made from exotic fruits, and creative recipes
Innovative and full of ideas, tropextrakt will present its solutions for the beverage market at this year’s PLMA, the world’s largest trade show for private labels, May 21 and 22, 2019 in Amsterdam. With its selection of exquisite raw ingredients made from exotic fruits and its many services, the Frankfurt-based company will directly address the bottlers enjoying great demand in this sustainedly dynamic market environment. tropextrakt’s ideas and products are designed to support bottlers in expanding their activity fields and product portfolios in these promising times.
„Rose & Mary high on Yuzu“ is the name of the finely nuanced soft drink specifically created for PLMA by tropextrakt. It is a vivid example of how exotic ingredients and innovative recipes can make for wonderful taste sensations. The Frankfurt-based importer of exotic specialities and niche products has developed many recipes of this nature for clients from the food industry in recent years, but also for a large number of fast-growing start-ups. Its customer base increasingly also includes bottling operations throughout Europe. „Bottlers are facing completely new challenges these days, but also great opportunities“, says Ingo Kniepert, CEO of tropextrakt GmbH, „and we are happy to serve as an experienced interlocutor.“
To this end, tropextrakt will be introducing exotic flavours with great trend potentials at the PLMA. Yuzu, for example, whose flavour is combined with rosemary in „Rose & Mary high on Yuzu“, is an Asian lime species that has long remained an exclusive reserve of award-winning cuisine in Europe. Its rich aroma profile is increasingly refining many innovative products in the food and beverage industry.
The exotic calamansi also has a great chance of succeeding in the market. The small citrus species with its varied flavour nuances of mandarin, bitter orange, lime and pink grapefruit even made it into the Washington Post’s list of the 100 most important trends for 2019.
Individuality informs the beverage development and client consultancy
tropextrakt will receive its visitors in an exhibition stand designed as a cross between a laboratory and nightclub. The product development team of the Frankfurt-based company will be offering individually developed and freshly mixed drinks at a large bar counter. Besides smoothies and natural soft and juice-based drinks, these will also include the growing group of trending beverages such as natural energy or wellness drinks.
This tradeshow concept stands for the individual approach that characterizes the entire consultancy and development process. The company supports its clients from the idea through to the bottling of new drinks. Here we draw on our extensive experience in terms of which exotic flavours harmonize well with established ingredients as well as our knowledge on which trends dominate the European and global beverage market. In addition, tropextrakt’s services also include client support from our in-house quality management department, e.g. for the documentation.
tropextrakt at the PLMA-RAI Exhibition Centre in Amsterdam
May 21 and 22, 2019
FOOD SECTION: RAI Park Complex / Hall 8, booth: F-8347
Further Information tropextrakt.com
Bildquelle: © tropextrakt GmbH.
Since its establishment in 2002, tropextrakt GmbH has specialised in the import and distribution of exotic fruit and niche products for the food and beverage industry. The buyers of fruit juices, fruit juice concentrates, purees and powders, as well as fruit and plant extracts, mainly include the beverage industry, but also milk processing companies, the confectionery industry and manufacturers of nutritional supplements. tropextrakt not only provides the European beverage and juice industry with top-quality raw materials, it also provides creative recipes for various product applications – even right up to the market-ready product if requested. When it comes to its suppliers, tropextrakt ensures compliance with European quality standards, fair working conditions and a transparent and traceable supply chain – from harvest to processing to transport to the customer.