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We l c o m e In Collaboration With: Dear colleague and friend, Welcome to Soy Innovation India! One of the world’s most colorful and vibrant cultures, India has the potential to leverage its agricultural legacy and technological progress into something even more impressive than a Bollywood extravaganza: high quality nutrition for an increasingly hungry planet. Of course, India is already one of the world’s largest producers of soybeans, but the potential for this incredibly valuable food source to be grown and utilized more efficiently requires that the worldwide food and agricultural industry invest in Soy Innovation!

Media Partners

The second conference in this extremely important series, Soy Innovation India recognizes that success in developing the production, processing and consumption of soybeans in India, Southeast Asia, and other emerging markets demands the involvement of business leaders, government officials, NGO and academic experts. Technologies and business strategies from around the world must be evaluated and adapted for developing country needs. Soy Innovation India has been designed to do just that, providing the tools to grow your business, whether you are interested in the best science on soy and health; technological innovations to make soy processing more efficient or functional; networking to create strong, regional soybean value chains; or information to promote the processing and applications for soy in animal feed and biofuels.

Local Partner

We sincerely hope you find this event to be the source of inspiration and intelligence your business needs to reach new heights of success! Sincerely,

Association Partner Sarah Day Levesque Conference Chair

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General Information

Registration The Check-In and Information Desk is located on the pool level outside the Regency Ballroom of Hyatt Regency Delhi. Check-In / Registration hours are: Wednesday, November 30 .....Conference Check-In 7:30 am – 9:00 am Thursday, December 1 ...........Conference Check-In 7:30 am – 9:00 am The Check-In and Information Desk will provide information and on-site registrations throughout the event. Please stop by if you have any questions. Important Phone Numbers: Registration desk / conference personnel after hours......... +1.207.266.0430 The Hyatt Regency Delhi ......................................................... +91.11.2679.1234

Meals

Room Locations

The following meals are included as part of registration: Networking lunch on Wednesday and Thursday; reception immediately following sessions on Wednesday and coffee break refreshments during the sessions. All coffee breaks, lunches and receptions will be held in the foyer outside the Regency Ballroom.

Here is where you will find sessions and other activities at
 Soy Innovation India 2011: Coffee Breaks..................................Regency Ballroom Foyer General Sessions............................Regency Ballroom Feed/Processing Sessions............Regency Ballroom I Food Sessions.................................Regency Ballroom II & III Corporate Social Responsibility Sessions.................Regency Ballroom II & III Speaker/Media Lounge.................Art Culinaire Networking Lunch ........................Regency Ballroom Foyer Wednesday Reception..................Regency Ballroom Foyer

Visitor Information The Concierge Desk at Hyatt Regency Delhi is located in the Lobby and is open 24 hours. Information on area attractions, restaurants, shopping and entertainment are available at the desk. The concierge will be happy to make reservations for you or arrange for tickets to local events.

Wednesday Evening Reception Join old friends and meet new colleagues at the Soy Innovation India reception. The Wednesday evening reception is located on the pool level in the Regency Ballroom foyer from 5:30 –7:00 pm.

Business Center The Hyatt Regency Delhi is equipped with responsive business-support services to assist guests. The Business Center is located on the lobby level and is open from 7:00 am to 1:00 am. The Business Center features an array of the latest technological and electronic resources, including highspeed Internet access, video-conferencing facilities, computer workrooms, conference calling, private meeting rooms, interpreters, as well as copying and printing services.

Smoking Policy

Name Badges Name Badges are color-coded to indicate registration status. Please wear your badge at all times during Soy Innovation India 2011 events. Speakers............................................Blue Press...................................................Orange Sponsors...........................................Green Exhibitors .........................................Yellow Attendees..........................................Purple Conference Staff..............................Black

Proceedings

Recording and Communication Equipment

Electronic versions of our speakers’ presentations are available online for individual download. For download information and space to take notes on individual presentations, please refer to the insert in the center of this conference program.

Cellular phones, video recorders, tape recorders, and still photography are strictly prohibited in all sessions.

Car Rental / Public Transportation

Smoking is prohibited at all Soy Innovation India 2011 functions. 


Guests needing vehicles or information on public transportation should contact the Concierge Desk in the Main Lobby.

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Schedule at a Glance Speaker and Press Accommodations The Speaker/Media Lounge is in the Art Culinaire on the pool level of The Hyatt Regency Delhi. Hours: Wednesday Thursday

8:00 am –5:00 pm 8:00 am –5:00 pm

• All speakers must report to the Registration Desk at least 30 minutes before their presentations to Check-In. Earlier Check-In is greatly appreciated. • Changes to pre-loaded speaker presentations must be made at least 2 hours prior to the scheduled time slot. Please go to the registration desk for assistance with updated presentations. • Soy Innovation India 2011 staff and A/V technicians will be on hand throughout the conference to answer questions. • The Speaker/Media Lounge is available to all speakers and media as a place to relax or work during sessions. This room is also available as a quiet place to conduct interviews. Thank you for helping us to attain the highest possible quality program by following the guidelines above.

Wednesday, November 30, 2011 8:30 am

Welcome

8:45 am

World Soybean Supply and Demand Forecast

9:30 am

Efficient, High-Quality Soybean Production in India and Southeast Asia

10:15 am

Coffee Break

10:45 am

Understanding the Indian Soy Crushing Industry

11:30 am

Fostering Sustainable Development of the Indian Soy Value Chain

12:15 pm

Lunch

1:30 pm

Storage and Transportation of Soybeans for Better Product Quality

2:15 pm

Creating Novel Soy-Based Beverage Products

3:00 pm

Coffee Break

3:30 pm

Novel Application for Soy Proteins in Food Products

4:15 pm

Strategies for Reaching the Global Meal and Oil Market

5:30 pm

Cocktail Reception

Thursday, December 1, 2011 8:30 am

FEED: Maximizing the Value of Soybean Use in Animal Feed

FOOD: Indian Soyfoods Trends and Opportunities

9:15 am

FEED: Creating New Markets for Soybean-Based Animal Feed

FOOD: Food Safety for the Global Food Market

10:00 am

Coffee Break

10:30 am

PROCESSING: Extrusion Processing Technologies for Food and Feed

FOOD: Soyfoods in Nutritional Feeding Programs

11:15 am

PROCESSING: Evaluating the Potential for Biodiesel in India

FOOD: Opportunities for Public-Private Partnership in Soyfoods Market Development

12:00 pm

Lunch

Corporate Social Responsibility Sessions

2012 Soya & Oilseed Bluebook Copies of the 2012 Soya & Oilseed Bluebook are available at the registration desk at no cost. If you would like to request additional copies for your office, please stop by the desk or contact Soyatech by phone: 800.424.7692 or 1.207.244.9544 ext. 102 or e-mail customerservice@soyatech.com.

1:00 pm

Welcome

1:20 pm

Inaugural Address - Overview of Indian Nutritional Situation and Role of Agriculture

1:45 pm

Nutrition and its Importance in Good Health

2:00 pm

Indian Nutritional Issues and Government Focus

2:15 pm

Impact of Soy in Food, Nutritional and Health Security in India and WISHH Impact in India

2:40 pm

What Is Corporate Social Responsibility?

3:00 pm

Large Feeding Foundations

3:20 pm

Coffee Break

3:50 pm

Panel: How Can We Work Together to Impact Indian Nutrition?

4:35 pm

Recommendations from Panel Discussion

5:05 pm

Next Steps for Corporate Social Responsibility

5:20 pm

Closing Remarks

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Session Descriptions Wednesday, November 30, 2011 World Soybean Supply and Demand Forecast

Fostering Sustainable Development of the Indian Soy Value Chain

Storage and Transportation of Soybeans for Better Product Quality

Blair Fortner, Director, HighQuest Partners • Soybean production and disposition through 2020 • Prospects for increasing soybean production in emerging economies

Raj Kapoor, Managing Director, Assocom-India Dr. M. M. Krishna, Technical Director, ASA-IM •W  hat are the current challenges to a profitable, efficient and sustainable soy value chain? •W  hat role does each industry stakeholder have in ensuring sustainable development?

Anil Choudhary, Managing Director and CEO, National Bulk Handling Corporation •W  hat challenges in soybean storage and transportation are most critical to the industry in India and Southeast Asia? •H  ow may infrastructure investments help alleviate these challenges?

Novel Applications for Soy Proteins in Food Products

Strategies for Reaching the Global Meal and Oil Market

Dr. Angela Taha Naef, Commercial Director for Growth, The Solae Company •W  hat is the functional range of soy ingredients used in food products? •W  hat new applications are possible for soy ingredients in food? •H  ow can these ingredients be best integrated into regional, traditional foods?

Dr. Davish Jain, Managing Director, Prestige Foods Ltd. •W  hat is the current supply and demand picture for vegetable oils in India, Southeast Asia and the world? •W  hat is the global soybean meal and oil demand forecast in the near term? •H  ow may Indian and Southeast Asian firms increase their role in the global meal and oil market?

8:45 am

Efficient, High-Quality Soybean Production in India and Southeast Asia 9:30 am

Dr. G. S. Chauhan, Former Director, NRC for Soybean, Indore, M.P. India • How can soybean yields be maximized in India and Southeast Asia? • What investments in infrastructure and production technology are necessary to increase production?

Understanding the Indian Soy Crushing Industry 10:45 am

G. Chandrashekhar, Associate Editor, The Hindu Business Line • How will the crushing industry keep pace with edible oil demand? • What opportunities exist to develop new soybean meal markets?

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11:30 am

1:30 pm

Creating Novel Soy-Based Beverage Products

3:30 pm

4:15 pm

2:15 pm

Dr. Rajendra Gupta, President, ProSoya Inc. •H  ow can soy beverage products contribute to food and nutrition security? •W  hich beverage processing technologies can best be implemented in developing world production? •H  ow can new packaging options and distribution strategies help meet objectives such as lowering costs and improving product quality?

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Thursday, December 1, 2011 FEED: Maximizing the Value of Soybean Use in Animal Feed

PROCESSING: Extrusion Processing Technologies for Food and Feed

Dr. Ajay Bhoyar, Head, Technical Services, Novus International Inc. • What nutritional benefits do soybeans contribute to animal feed? • How do other nutritional elements complement soybeans to further increase animal productivity & sustainability? • How may the livestock, poultry and aquaculture production industries benefit from greater availability of high-quality feed?

Karl Arnold, Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Insta-Pro International • What are the properties and applications of extruded soybean ingredients? • How can manufacturers in emerging markets efficiently integrate extrusion technology?

8:30 am

FOOD: Indian Soyfoods Trends and Opportunities 8:30 am

Dr. Ratan Sharma, Technical Director, ASA-IM India • What role does soy currently play in Indian diets? • What soy-based foods are gaining popularity and which hold the greatest potential for further growth? • What opportunities exist for soy to be used as an ingredient in either traditional or new food products? • What strategies can small food manufacturers adopt to best position themselves for success in the retail sector?

FEED: Creating New Markets for Soybean-Based Animal Feed 9:15 am

Dr. Vijay Anand, Technical Director, India Animal Feed Program, ASA-IM India • How can the soybean production, crushing industry and feed industry better work together to foster new demand in livestock, poultry and aquaculture sectors? • What can the soy crush industry do to cater better products to the animal feed industry?

FOOD: Food Safety for the Global Food Market 9:15 am

Dr. Reto Battaglia, Owner, Battaglia GmbH • How has food safety become a key issue in the global and regional marketplace? • What steps can the entire soy value chain take to improve global food safety?

10:30 am

FOOD: Soyfoods in Nutritional Feeding Programs 10:30 am

Dr. Craig Gundersen, Executive Director, National Soybean Research Laboratory • Why– and how– are soyfoods a practical solution to global malnutrition? • What soyfoods products provide the best combination of nutrition and consumer acceptance in nutritional assistance programs? • How can food manufacturers and marketers play a role in combating malnutrition with healthful protein foods?

PROCESSING: Evaluating the Potential for Biodiesel in India 11:15 am

S.R. Meena, Ministry of New & Renewable Energy, Government of India • What is the potential for the expansion of biodiesel production and usage in India in the next 5 years? • What is the likely uptake for soybeans and oilseeds in Indian biofuels production?

FOOD: Opportunities for PublicPrivate Partnership in Soyfoods Market Development 11:15 am

Dr. Suresh Itapu, CEO, Nutritech • How can public and private entities work together to develop new soyfoods and markets? • What resources exist to foster these kinds of professional relationships?

Corporate Social Responsibility Sessions

Produced by National Soybean Research Laboratory Welcome 1:00 pm

Inaugural Address: Overview of Indian Nutritional Situation and Role of Agriculture 1:20 pm

Nutrition and its Importance in Good Health 1:45 pm

Indian Nutritional Issues and Government Focus 2:00 pm

Impact of Soy in Food, Nutritional, and Health Security in India and WISHH Impact in India 2:15 pm

What Is Corporate Responsibility? 2:40 pm

Large Feeding Foundations 3:00 pm

Panel Discussion How Can We Work Together to Impact Indian Nutrition? 3:50 pm

Recommendation From Panel Discussion 4:35 pm

Next Steps for Corporate Social Responsibility 5:05 pm

Closing Remarks 5:30 pm

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Speaker Profiles Dr. P. E. Vijay Anand currently heads and manages the Indian animal feed program for the American Soybean Association-International Marketing (ASA-IM), in the capacity of Technical Director – Animal Feed Program – India and Technical Director for the Asia Subcontinent Aquaculture Program. The program focuses on soybean product promotion in animal feeds. In addition to this, extensive work on feed technologies for poultry, dairy and aquaculture feeds are other responsibilities handled by Dr. Anand in order to improve animal husbandry practices. He completed is under-graduate and post-graduatedegrees in fisheries and aquaculture from the University of Agricultural Sciences, Hebbal, Bangalore and his doctoral research degree (Ph.D) from the Cochin University of Science and Technology. Karl S. Arnold is currently Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Insta Pro International. Arnold and two other key managers were part of investment group (Heartland Agri Partners, LLC) who purchased the assets of Insta Pro International from Triple F, Inc in 2008. Previously, Arnold was with Triple F, Inc for 25 years. He spent 5 years with Triple F’s Nutrition division having direct sales responsibilities, and twenty years with Insta Pro International division having management responsibilities for Sales, Marketing, Research and Development. Mr. Arnold has a degree in Industrial Marketing and Management. His practical agricultural experience is a result of being raised and working on a family farm. Dr. Reto Battaglia obtained his Ph.D. in chemistry in 1970 in the area of biosynthetic problems. In 1973 he began work at the Cantonal Laboratory of Zurich, the official food control agency of Zurich in Switzerland, where he was responsible for the management of foodanalytical and microbiology departments. He joined the quality control laboratories of Migros, the largest Swiss retailer, in 1988 as a director. After retiring from Migros he started his own food safety consultancy for food processors and traders (Battaglia food safety systems GmbH). In 2007 he and his partners founded the company “Nehring & Battaglia GmbH”, which is a food safety and quality service enterprise active with a laboratory in Xiamen, China. Dr. Ajay Bhoyar is Head of Technical Services, South Asia with Novus International Inc. In this position he provides technical services on poultry and dairy nutrition and health that includes feed hygiene, gut health, feed cost optimization programs through a team of professionals. He also manages key accounts, collaborations with universities to conduct research and development experiments and field demonstrations, organizes nutrition workshops, and writes technical literature. Prior to his role at Novus International Dr. Bhoyar consulted for American Soybean Association – International Marketing, and served as Chief Technical Officer for Maharashtra Feeds Pvt. Ltd. for four years.

Mr. G. Chandrashekhar, Associate Editor of The Hindu Business Line newspaper is a specialist in agribusiness, commodity markets (including energy and metals) and also international trade and developmental issues. He is M.A. (Economics) and LL.M. (Constitution and Administrative Law), Bombay University. Apart from writing for India’s second largest and most credible business daily, and providing policy inputs for the government, he speaks regularly at national and international conferences on a range of topics including Indian macro-economy, globalisation, WTO, role of technology, infrastructure, and climate change. Mr. Anil K Choudhary, Managing Director and CEO of National Bulk Handling Corporation Ltd. (NBHC), has worked to position NHBC as a unique solutions provider for risk identification, measurement and mitigation for the eco-system participants. Prior to joining NBHC in 2005, he was on deputation from SBI to MCX overseeing banking & collateral lending. During the 27 years in SBI he has handled a diverse portfolio including credit, domestic branch banking - rural & semi-urban locations, farm & SME credit and international banking culminating with his heading the SBI-San Jose (California) at Central Valley (Fresno) of California. Blair L. Fortner joined HighQuest Partners in 2011 as a Director based in St. Louis, Missouri. An economist by training, he brings a breadth of knowledge from the public, private and political sectors to clients. Mr. Fortner previously served as Senior Economist and Director of Global Issues and Alliances at the US Soybean Export Council (USSEC). While there, he directed global research on market access issues and represented the interests of US soybean producers in trade negotiations. He has also held positions at the US Department of State, US House of Representatives, Citigroup, and on political campaigns at the state and national level. Dr. Craig Gundersen is a Professor in the Department of Agricultural and Consumer Economics at the University of Illinois and Executive Director of the National Soybean Research Laboratory. Before coming to University of Illinois he was at Iowa State University and at the Economic Research Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Gundersen’s research is primarily focused on the causes and consequences of food insecurity and on evaluations of food assistance programs. His work has been published in many journals and has been supported by over $15 million in external funding from various government and non-government sources.

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Dr. Rajendra P. Gupta is the president of ProSoya (USA & Canada). He is the inventor of the patented airless cold grind soymilk technology and continues to improve soymilk technology through on-going R&D. He has a Ph.D. in physics. He has over thirty years of experience in R&D at the National Research Council of Canada, and in teaching at McGill University. He has over 100 research publications to his credit and more than a dozen patented inventions. Dr. Davish Jain serves as Managing Director of Prestige Group, a leading agri-business enterprise with recognized brand image in soyabean processing, edible oil refining cum hydrogenation, animal feed industry and wheat flour milling. For two successive terms, he held the key assignment as Chairman and in year 200809 was nominated as President of COOIT (Central Organisation for Oil Industry & Trade), the sole Apex body of the entire oilseeds trade and industry sector of India. Previously he served with great distinction as Chairman, SOPA (Soybean Processors Association of India) for two successive terms (1995-96 and 1996-1997). Raj Kapoor is Founder and Managing Director of Assocom-India. He has 22 years of experience working with food industries including US Co-operators such as US Wheat Associates, US High Bush Blue Berry Council, American Soybean Association, Grain Industry Alliance, and American Institute of Baking. He also represents Kansas State University as its India Director. He has worked with many international and Indian food industries and has an excellent network of contacts and activities. He is also editor of Wheat Update, Soya Update and Food Processing and Safety Updates (monthly trade magazines). M.M.Krishna obtained the Ph.D., from the Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi. He studied Advanced Baking Science and Technology at the American Institute of Baking. Dr. Krishna has over 35 years of experience with Baking and Fruit and Vegetable Processing Industries in India and abroad in areas of R&D, Technical Management and Corporate Management. He headed the Public Sector Modern Food Industries India Ltd. as its Chairman and Managing Director from 1992 to 1996. His most recent assignment was with DuPont Protein Technologies (now Solae Company) as Applied Technology Director for South West Asia. He is currently working with American Soybean Association, International Marketing as Technical Director - Human Nutrition.

Mr. Sita Ram Meena completed a M. Sc. (Agricultural Biotechnology) from OUAT, Bhubaneswar, 2005. Mr. Sita Ram Meena worked as Research Fellow at AFRI, Jodhpur on micro-propagation, demonstration and field trials of Bamboo and other forest species in Rajasthan and Gujarat States. In May 2009, Mr. Meana joined the Ministry of New and Renewable Eenergy as a ScientistB where he assists in overall coordination for the Biofuels Programme and implementation of National Policy on Biofuels. He also represented India in IBSA Workshop – 2010 at Sao Paulo (Brazil) with special focus on Biofuel Policy and Programme in India. Dr. Angela Taha Naef is the Director for New Business Development at Solae. In this role she partners across market and technology organizations and corporate leadership to assess and build out new opportunities for Solae. In particular, Angela focuses her staff on market & technical exploration, validation and implementation of selected projects. They map the IP & competitive landscapes, prototype products, and develop solutions. Angela has been with Solae since 2009. Prior to her joining Solae she held the position of R&D Director at The Dow Chemical Company with the responsibility to build out the corporate pipeline for existing and potential businesses. Angela earned her Bachelor’s and PhD degrees in Chemistry from the University of California, Davis. Dr. Ratan Sharma has a Ph. D in soy foods from Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India. He did short term courses and advanced training on soy processing and utilization from University of Illinois, Texas A&M and Kansas State University in USA and Prosoya Inc, Canada. Dr. Sharma is an international expert in soymilk and tofu production technology. He has the credit to transferring and establishing the soymilk machine (Soyacow) technology from Canada to India. He had the privileges to train the soymilk and the tofu courses trainees from all over the world at the University of Illinois, USA. Presently Dr. Sharma is working for the ASA-IM as a Technical Director – Human Nutrition for the soy fortification concept promotion in India and soy food promotion in general in the Asia subcontinent.

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Things to do in and around New Delhi, India Humayun’s Tomb

Hauz Khas

Bharat Scouts and Guides Marg, New Delhi Humayun’s Tomb combines Persian style with local craftsmanship, and is surrounded by the fiercely symmetrical Mughal gardens: take a stroll here at dusk. This tomb, built in 1570, is of particular cultural significance as it was the first garden-tomb on the Indian subcontinent. It inspired several major architectural innovations, culminating in the construction of the Taj Mahal.

Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi Discover the district of Hauz Khas with its crumbling Mughal tombs and tempting art, antique and fashion boutiques. Hauz Khas is an area in Delhi that was developed during the time of Firuz Shah Tughluq (reg. 1351- 88) along a water reservoir, now commonly referred to as the “Hauz Khas” (royal tank). As a growing sultanate in India, Delhi was facing an acute water shortage, and the water reservoir (hauz) was conceived of as a public utility project to collect rainwater over a large expanse of land. The hauz itself was dug during the time of Ala al Din Khalji (reg. 1296 -1316) and re-excavated during the time of Firuz Shah Tughluq, who then built the madrasa complex and other settlements around it. 600 meters wide by 700 meters long and 4 meters deep, the tank has a storage capacity of 800,000 cubic meters of water. In total, the Hauz Khas madrasa complex comprises a madrasa, mosque, Firuz Shah’s tomb, and six domed pavilions, all built between 1352 and 1354 along the south and east edges of the water reservoir.

Red Fort Mahatma Gandhi Marg, New Delhi Visit the great sandstone carcass of the Red Fort, and imagine the last days of the Mughal empire and the British era. The Red Fort was the palace for Muslim Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan’s new capital, Shahjahanabad, the seventh Muslim city in the Delhi site. He moved his capital from Agra in a move designed to bring prestige to his reign, and to provide ample opportunity to apply his ambitious building schemes and interests. The Red Fort stands at the eastern edge of Shahjahanabad, and gets its name from the massive wall of red sandstone that defines its eight sides.

Indira Gandhi Smiriti Memorial Museum 1 Safdarjang Rd, New Delhi Visit the former home of Indira Gandhi, Indira Gandhi Smriti, and learn about India’s most powerful dynasty. The Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum is located in New Delhi at 1 Safdarjung Road in the home where she lived. The house stands in a lovely garden with mature trees and flowering plants. It contains a collection of photographs documenting her life from her childhood to her days as prime minister. In addition, a number of rooms have been dedicated to her son Rajiv Gandhi who was assassinated in May 1991. Her library and living room have been maintained just as she kept them. These rooms are not open to the public. However, they can be viewed through the windows from the gardens.

National Museum Maulana Azad Road, New Delhi Get flabbergasted by the wealth of Indian art at the National Museum. The National Museum has in its possession over 2,00,000 works of exquisite art, both of Indian and Foreign origin covering more than 5,000 years of our cultural heritage. Its rich holdings of various creative traditions and disciplines which represents a unity amidst diversity, an unmatched blend of the past with the present and strong perspective for the future, brings history to life. Apart from the collections of Pre-historic Archaeology, Archaeology, Jewellery, Paintings, Decorative arts, Manuscripts, Central Asian Antiquities, Arms and Armour, etc., the Museum today has a separate branches of publication, Hindi, Public Relations, Education, Library, Exhibition cell, Display, Modelling, Photography, Security and Administration.

Lodhi Gardens Lodhi Road, New Delhi Wander around Lodhi Gardens on a Sunday afternoon, the perfect place for people watching. Lodhi Gardens are one of the most pleasant green spaces in Delhi – with some labeled trees to help visitors from overseas become familiar with the Indian flora. The area was used as a burial for Delhi’s (pre-Mughal) Sayyid and Lodhi rulers. Mohammad Shar’s tomb (1450) can be seen as a predecessor for architecture of Humayun’s tomb and Sikander Lodhi’s tomb (1571) is set within a walled enclosure and clearly related to Humayun’s tomb garden. The domed mausoleums appear to have been sited in an open landscape, rather as the Ancient Greeks placed temples. The building of monumental tombs runs against the principles of Islam and it is probable that Delhi’s Turkish Sultans brought the idea from Persia to India. Lodi Gardens are therefore a good place to reflect on the origins of Mughal garden design. The land has passed into the ownership of the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) and is now a public park. Photo

courtesy of Awadewit.

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Exhibitor Profiles Insta-Pro

Solae

Insta-Pro manufactures and promotes extrusion and oilseed processing technologies worldwide. With a presence in over 100 countries, Insta-Pro International’s chemical-free, environmentally safe technologies provide safe, efficient and effective solutions for the food, feed and biofuel industries.

Solae is a leader in innovative soy-based ingredients for the food, meat, and nutritional products industries. Our ingredients include soy protein concentrates and isolates, extruded soy protein crisps, soy fiber and soy lecithin. www.solae.com

www.insta-pro.com

Partner Profiles National Soybean Research Laboratory (NSRL)

The National Soybean Research Laboratory located at the University of Illinois is a leader in developing innovative processing and marketing techniques involving soybeans. NSRL participates in research, outreach and education efforts that benefit producers, stakeholders and the soybean industry. NSRL is supported through a number of funding resources including generous support from the Illinois soybean checkoff. NSRL strives to educate society on the advantages of a soy-enriched diet along with promoting the health benefits of eating soy. NSRL research efforts include production and nutrition, in addition to ascertaining ways to overcome malnutrition through the use of soy in international development programs. www.nsrl.illinois.edu

SOYA UPDATE

Assocom India

For over eight years now, Soya Update has served to bridge the connect amongst various players in the sector. The publication provides concise and accurate updated news as well as articles related to all concerned sectors of soya industry, particularly milling, extrusion, bakery, and ready –to-eat. The monthly circulation of the magazine is about 2000 copies all over India and abroad. The niche readership of our monthly magazines ensures that by advertising with us their brand is noticed by the important, decision-making people in the industry and related fields. This not only results in a higher brand value for their services in the sector but can be an added source of generation of business.

Assocom India is the premier consultancy for businesses in the food industry, specialising in research, documentation, marketing, public relations, corporate communications and also education, training and conferences. Established in 2001, Assocom’s industry expertise extends to wheat, cereals, grains, fruits & vegetables and food processing.

www.soyaupdate.com

WHEAT UPDATE

Food Processing & Safety Update

A specialized publication Food Processing & Safety Update is a sector specific effort to bridge the connect amongst various players in the sector. It has always been our endeavor to provide concise and accurate updated news as well as articles related to all concerned sectors of Food Processing and Safety, particularly Food Processing, Extrusion, bakery, Ready-to-Eat, Health & Wellness, Beverage, Safety etc. The monthly circulation of the magazine is about 2000 copies all over India and abroad. www.foodupdate.org

For over a decade now, a specialized publication, Wheat Update, is a sector specific effort to bridge the connect amongst various players in thesector. Provides concise and accurate updated news as well as articlesrelated to all concerned sectors of wheat industry, particularly milling, bread, biscuit, bakery, research articles and news. The monthly circulation of the magazine is about 3000 copies all over India and abroad. www.wheatupdate.org

Since inception, Assocom has had a strong team of permanent experts across India,Sri Lanka, Australia, USA, UK and Afghanistan. Assocom has immense experience and domian knowledge of bakery, wheat , and all related food products within the country, in neighbouring countries and the west, and in baking technology and related subjects in food technology and culinary science, amongst a host of newer technologies on processed foods emerging aroung the globe.To further leverage this Assocom-India is establishing an International Institute of Baking at Greater Noida to offer world class eductaion by an international training faculty. www.assocom-india.com

Soy Food Promotion and Welfare Association (SFPWA)

Soy Food Promotion and Welfare Association (SFPWA) unites companies, organizations and individuals involved in the soyfoods industry in India to bring greater awareness to soyfoods and the nutrition of soy. The Association also represents members’ interests in legislative and regulatory matters and in negotiations with service providers to the industry. www.soyaindia.org

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Singapore • December 5-7, 2011 New York, NY • April 23-25, 2012 London • December 3-5, 2012 Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates • March 2013 The Global AgInvesting SeriesSM will bring together leading global end investors, fund managers, academics, policy experts and agribusiness industry executives to explore the opportunities and challenges of investing in agriculture.

Soy and Grain Trade Summit New Orleans, LA November 5-8, 2012 The 2012 Soy & Grain Trade Summit will offer strategies for sustainable growth in agricultural production, processing and transportation worldwide. Leading industry authorities will present incisive commentary rarely found in a single venue.

Soyatech, LLC (subsidiary of HighQuest Partners) is an internationally-respecteid information platform providing integrated marketing, media, and events to foster sustainable growth in the soybean, oilseed, agribusiness, food, and biofuels industries. Founded in 1985, the company is dedicated to providing information that helps develop, support and promote better utilization of our planet’s agricultural resources. Drawing on its deep industry knowledge, Soyatech produces an industry-leading directory, news services and conferences. For more information, visit: www.soyatech.com

www.soyatechevents.com Soyatech Industry Reports Soy Proteins 2010 : Products, Industry, and Market Highlights: • Market forces driving demand for soybeans, crushing capacity and soy proteins • Trends in soy protein research and development • Impact of rising input costs on the market • Emerging global players in the competitive soy protein market • Soy Protein applications by food category

HighQuest Partners is a globally recognized strategy consulting, events, and media company serving agriculture, agribusiness, grains, oilseed, food, and biofuels markets. Founded in 2000, HighQuest has worked with hundreds of public and private sector organizations in over 100 countries as it helps to satisfy the world’s growing need for agriculturally-based resources by providing information, cultivating relationships, and supporting its clients. For more information, visit: www.highquestpartners.com

Contact Sarah Day LeVesque for more information about the industry reports or our reporting capabilities at: (207) 244-9544 Ext. 104 or email: sarah@soyatech.com

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