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There is a growing opportunity to innovate in infant formula by adding ingredients that support cognitive development. As consumers continue to focus on brain and cognitive development, providing quality nutritional paediatric products with possible cognitive benefits will be important for many brands.
In this free broadcast, you will:
- Learn how the Milk Fat Globule Membrane (MFGM) can influence neurodevelopment and support cognition.
- Discover how to innovate using our science-backed SureStart™ MFGM Lipid ingredients to create solutions that may support cognitive development.
- Leverage our patents to strengthen brand preference and loyalty, and differentiate your brand.
Panel of Experts
Sandra is the Founder of Einerhand Science and Innovation, a nutrition and health consultancy providing tailored solutions for infant formula. Sandra is also the co-founder and partner of the Nutrition Consultants Cooperative in the Netherlands and an active Fellow of Presans, a Parisian open innovation service provider. She has worked as Scientific Program Director for the Early Life Nutrition division of Danone Nutricia and as Nutrition and Health Director for Tate & Lyle Ingredients and Lipid Nutrition.
Alastair has worked at Fonterra’s Research and Development (R&D) Centre for over 35 years. Currently, he is a Principal Research Scientist for Specialty and Paediatric Ingredients and holds a Distinguished Scientist award. He has been working in MFGM Lipids for several years, creating analytical methods, characterising the membrane itself and looking at the physiological impacts of MFGM. He has published numerous publications on MFGM Lipids. Alastair is a Fellow and past President of the NZ Institute of Chemistry.
Angela has worked in nutrition at Fonterra for 30 years. Currently Marketing and Business Development Manager in Fonterra’s NZMP Paediatric ingredients division, responsible for product innovation in MFGM Lipids. Previous roles include GM Nutrition and Health Platform Manager in consumer maternal and paediatric nutrition. Angela is a registered nutritionist, and past President of the NZ Nutrition Society.
Dr Lucile Tercinier joined Fonterra as a PhD student in 2011. Initially starting her career as Research Technologist at the Fonterra Research and Development Centre, Lucile moved into sales roles in South East Asia and more recently Europe to manage customers in the paediatrics and nutritional categories. In her new role, she provides customers with valuable advice on developing new products and supports them through the development process.