5 September - 6 September 2013

Physical Principles of Lipids in Food Products and Health

Organised by:

SCI’s Lipids Group

Weetwood Conference Centre

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Synopsis
'Fat' has become a byword for ill-health in our nutrition obsessed world. Yet fats, or more exactly fatty acids and their glycerol esters the mono- di- and triacylglycerols are essential to health. They are so important that humans have evolved mechanisms which ensure that we greatly desire fats in all their delicious forms, in baked goods, chocolate, confectionery, ice-cream, dairy products, the list just goes on and on. Their importance is testified to by the fact that fat and vegetable oil refining and production, together with goods such as fatty spreads and chocolate are the single most important food sector in the world.
Attendees

Attendees

This conference will be of interest to those working in fat crystallization and processing with researchers working on the biochemistry of polyphenols, phytosterols and plant stanols; as well as industrial scientists, technologists and engineers working with fats and concerned about their impact in their products and on human health..


Programme

5th September

Event Schedule
10:00
Registration and refreshments
11:00
Keynote - Good Fat, Bad Fat - How Bad IS Bad Kevin Smith, Fat Science Consultants, UK
11:45
Replacement of trans and saturated fats in food products Dr Geoff Talbot, The Fat Consultant, UK
12:15
Lunch
13:15
Diffraction methods for characterising fats Dr John Rasburn, Nestle, UK
13:45
Oxidative stability of fats
14:15
Structuring through crystallization Dr Kees van Malssen, Unilever, Netherlands
14:45
Assessment of the structure/texture relationship of crystallized lipids Dr Daniel Kalnin, Philolao, France
15:15
Refreshments
16:00
Intestinal fate of plant sterols from spreads Dr Guus Duchateau, Unilever, Netherlands
16:30
The physico-chemical basis of fat crystallization Prof Malcolm Povey, University of Leeds, UK
19:00
Conference

6th September

Event Schedule
09:00
Keynote - Partition coefficients - what do we mean by lipid solubility and what it means for digestion Prof Brent Murray, University of Leeds, UK
09:45
Naturally occurring surfactants and their role in fat digestion Dr Andrea Day, University of Leeds, UK
10:15
Oil structuring Dr Peng-Siong Chong, Nestle, UK
10:45
Issues in product development and manufacture Dr Caroline Orfila, University of Leeds, UK
11:15
Refreshments
12:00
Keynote - Lipid structuring and soft materials Prof Michael Rappolt, University of Leeds, UK
13:00
Lunch
14:00
Meal mate - communicating nutrition knowledge Prof Janet Cade, Nestle, UK
14:30
Effect of minor components on fat crystallization Kevin Smith, Fat Science Consultants, UK
15:00
Practical issues with lipids in food manufacture
15:30
Open and discussion
16:00
Close

Venue and Contact

Weetwood Conference Centre

Weetwood Conference Centre, Leeds, UK
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SCI Conference Team

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Fees

Earlybird fees - before 5 August 2013
GB£290 . . . . . . . . .SCI Member 
GB£100. . . . . . . . . SCI Student
GB£195. . . . . . . . . SCI Subsidised Member
GB£390 . . . . . . . . .Non Member

Standard fees - after 5 August 2013
GB£355. . . . . . . . .SCI Member 
GB£115.. . . . . . . . SCI Student
GB£225. . . . . . . . .SCI Subsidised Member
GB£450. . . . . . . . .Non Member

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Posters

Posters are invited and these should be in A0 portrait format. Please summarise your poster in about 300 words and send this to conferences@soci.org by 15 August 2013

Exibition and sponsorship

Exhibition and sponsorship opportunites are available for companies and related organisations at this conference. The exhibition will be held in the refreshments area. For more information, please contact: jacqui.colgate@soci.org

Organising Committee

Kevin Smith, Fat Science Consulting Ltd.
Malcolm Povey, Leeds University