The IFT annual meeting and expo in Las Vegas started as it meant to go on, with inspirational speeches from Starbucks boss Howard Schultz and PepsiCo's R&D chief Dr Mehmood Kahn, a whole new look for Corn Products International - launching here as Ingredion - and a raft of new ingredients, trends and formulations ...
We'll move onto Elvis later... But we start our gallery with a pic of the stand of Ingredion, the new name for Corn Products International/National Starch, which has changed its name to better reflect its role as a supplier of a broad range of ingredients.
The firm, which broadened its portfolio with the $1.3bn acquisition of National Starch in late 2010, will make a global transition to the new Ingredion brand and logo over the next 18 months, with all geographies using the Ingredion name by the end of 2013, says chief executive Ilene Gordon.
“The first part of the name represents ‘ingredients,’ while the second part has its roots in the Greek word that means ‘something that goes.’ It says clearly that we’re an ingredient solutions company.”
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