From berry research to market
Welcome to listen and discuss about berry research and related business opportunities!
Berries are an integral part of Finnish culture and Chinese traditional medicine. An exchange of expectations from the industry to the academia can strengthen berry research and markets in Finland and China.
Seminar is organized by the University of Oulu and Finland-China Food and Health Network (FCFH).
PROGRAM (Finnish time: EEST, UTC+3)
Vice-rector Taina Pihlajaniemi, University of Oulu
Introduction about Finland China Food and Health Network
Prof. Baoru Yang, Food Chemistry and Food Development Unit, University of Turku
Value-added processing of berries - Use of membrane technologies and extraction
Prof. Riitta Keiski, Professor, Faculty of Technology, University of Oulu
Wild berry processing
Riitta Ryyti, Quality and CSR Manager, Kiantama Oy
Molecular mechanisms underlying cancer prevention and interception with berries
Prof. Anne-Maria Pajari, Associate professor, Department of Food and Nutrition, University of Helsinki
Introduction to business of daily health with special focus on berries
Mr. Jianwen Cao, Yangling Daily Health Bioengineering Technology Co. Ltd
Use of non-Saccharomyces yeasts as a novel biotechnology for berry wine production
Dr. Shuxun Liu, Associate Professor, Department of Food Science and Biotechnology, Zhejiang Gongshang University
Commercialization of the health benefits of berry oils: Membrasin and BerryOMG
Dr. Mira Povelainen, Head of Market Development, Aromtech Oy
Case study: Growing and processing Aronia berries in Finland with premium quality
Jan-Ole Sandås, CEO at Finnish Superberries Ltd.