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International Coffee Convention 2023

Coffee under challenge

30 Sep–3 Oct 2023, Mannheim, Germany

Coffee, Climate Change Impacts, Sustainability, Consumer Behavior, Roasting, Farmers, Analytical Chemistry, Circular Economy, Quality Control
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Final program is announced: https://coffee-convention.com/Program/

Abstracts and Proceeding Papers available: Proceedings 2023, 89(1)

Welcome from the Chairs

The world is changing. The coffee industry is facing major challenges, largely shaped by climate change, changing consumer habits, sustainability and digitalisation.

Our industry must find answers that will allow us to continue producing coffee sustainably in the future. Without true sustainability, there is no future for coffee farmers - without adaptation to climate change, there is no coffee cultivation.

Scientists and experts from all over the world and all fields will present the latest findings on climate change, sustainable cultivation, consumption and digitalisation and show solutions and applicable concepts.



The International Coffee Convention is aimed at all decision-makers in the coffee industry, farmers, roasters and the trade. Together with experts and colleagues, we want to highlight challenges and offer solutions.

It is time for real, science-based solutions that answer the challenges of the coffee industry.

For program, see: https://coffee-convention.com/Program/

61
Contributing
Authors
32
Essential
Presentations

Call for abstracts and participation

Focus/Main topics

Experience presentations by international experts on the topics of climate change, consumption, sustainability & digitalisation.

Learn all about the status quo in the coffee industry, the latest findings in science and research and applicable solutions for all those involved in coffee cultivation, trade, processing and preparation.

Where is coffee cultivation heading in the face of climate change? What does biodiversity mean and how can it help to make cultivation more sustainable? What changes in consumer behaviour must the industry adapt to? How can coffee cultivation be made truly sustainable? What do coffee by-products and their production and processing mean in this context? What solutions and applications from and with coffee by-products already exist today, and which are available in the short term? What is the current status of novel food regulation and what does it mean for industry and trade?

Experience and discuss these and other questions with colleagues and experts in a unique, high-profile event in Mannheim. Become part of a modern and sustainable coffee future. Get answers to the coffee industry‘s questions of tomorrow.

Congress Structure

The lectures will be held according to the topics of climate change, consumption, sustainability and digitalisation. Lecture blocks will take place within the thematic areas.

All lectures will also be recorded and will later be available to participants as a video-on-demand service. A special publication of the abstracts via a partnership with MDPI rounds off the convention.

On the last day, the Kaldi Awards for scientific work in the coffee sector will be presented.



Event Organizers

International Coffee Convention GmbH

International Coffee Convention GmbH, Hans-Thoma-Strasse 20, 68163 Mannheim, Germany

DETAILS
Introduction

The International Coffee Convention is aimed at all decision-makers in the coffee industry, farmers, roasters and the trade. Together with experts and colleagues, we want to highlight challenges and offer solutions.

Email
info@coffee-consulate.com

Coffee Consulate

Coffee Consulate, Hans-Thoma-Strasse 20, 68163 Mannheim, Germany

DETAILS
Introduction

Coffee Consulate is an independent training and research centre that works on the basis of scientific knowledge and research.

Email
info@coffee-consulate.com

Event Chairs and Introductory Lectures

Chemical and Veterinary Investigation Agency Karlsruhe, Weissenburger Strasse 3, 76187 Karlsruhe

DETAILS
Talk
Identification of cold brew, coffee species and varieties and coffee origins - A status report
Email
chair@coffee-convention.com

Coffee Consulate, Hans-Thoma-Strasse 20, 68163 Mannheim, Germany

DETAILS
Talk
Introduction and welcome to the conference
Email
schwarz@coffee-consulate.com

De La Salle University Philippines

DETAILS
Talk
Coffee liberica in Batangas

Spanish National Research Council

DETAILS
Talk
Food security opportunities from plant to coffee cup

Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

DETAILS
Talk
Coffee by-products for stustainable health promotion

International Coffee Organization

DETAILS
Talk
2023 Coffee Challenges // "Highvalue.Coffee Project” and the growing importance of coffee traceability

Mannheim University

DETAILS
Talk
The volatilome in coffee research

Keynote Speakers

Academie du Café, Switzerland

DETAILS
Talk
Introduction into the flavour world of cascara
Email
ecantergiani@carasso.ch

Universidad Complutense de Madrid Madrid, Spain

DETAILS
Talk
Coffee Fruit Cascara, a new sustainable way to drink coffee

BDV e.V., Germany

RD2 Vision

DETAILS
Talk
Refreshing our R&D approach towards coffee farmers' profitability

CoffeeBI Milano, Italy

DETAILS
Talk
Changes in coffee consumption due to the corona-pandemic

Rubiacea research and development GmbH, Germany

DETAILS
Talk
How to increase income to farmers by using coffee cherries

Zoological-Botanical Garden Wilhelma Stuttgart, Germany

DETAILS
Talk
The Importance to preserve coffee cultivars

Invited Speakers

University of Applied Sciences Mannheim Mannheim, Germany

DETAILS
Talk
Application of design thinking in the coffee industry
Email
k.kohler@hs-mannheim.de

CVUA Karlsruhe, Germany

DETAILS
Talk
Regulatory aspects and correct labelling of coffee by-products on the EU food market

Earthlings Coffee, Malaysia

DETAILS
Talk
Liberica

University Potsdam Potsdam, Germany

DETAILS
Talk
The potentials of green coffee proteins as new functional food components

Twins Crew GmbH Halle, Germany

DETAILS
Talk
Use of antioxidant properties of coffee by-products to stabilize bioplastics

University Hohenheim Hohenheim, Germany

DETAILS
Talk
Sensorial and aroma profile of coffee byproducts - Coffee leaf and coffee flower

Earthlings Coffee, Malaysia

DETAILS
Talk
Liberica

Instructions for Authors

Submission
  1. Participants of this conference are cordially invited to contribute a full manuscript to a dedicated Special Issue in the journal Foods (ISSN 2304-8158, IF 5.561 (2021)). Note: The submission to the journal is independent of the conference proceedings and will follow the usual process of the journal, including peer review. Special issue information is available here: https://www.mdpi.com/journal/foods/special_issues/368DHJBA9O

Venue, Travel and Accommodation

Congress Registration and Recommended Hotels: www.coffee-convention.com/Registration/

Mannheim is now officially one of the best travel destinations in Europe. Mannheim is a mobility city - the birthplace of the bicycle, the automobile, the jet plane, the lift and the tractor. Mannheim has a wide range of cultural activities, varied gastronomy, unique parks, shopping and leisure facilities. So it's time to take a closer look at Mannheim in 2023 - especially in the year of the Federal Horticultural Show 2023. We look forward to numerous participants who want to discover not only the secrets of coffee but also a special city.

The event will take place in the Congress Center Rosengarten and offers everything a congress and event center would require. With 44 halls on 22,000 square meters, the Rosengarten offers space for 9,000 participants* and room for individuality. With a view of the water tower, another landmark of Mannheim, the Rosengarten shapes the cityscape with its characteristic appearance.

For accomodations see: www.coffee-convention.com/Registration/#recommended-hotels

Congress Center Rosengarten

List of accepted submissions (32)

Id Title Authors Poster PDF
sciforum-078482

Preface of the International Coffee Convention 2023 (ICC2023)


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Submitted: 27 Jul 2023

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sciforum-077199

Identification of Coffee Species, Varieties, Origins, and Processing and Preparation Methods—A Status Report




Submitted: 17 Jul 2023

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sciforum-077717 Navigating the Coffee Business Landscape: Challenges and Adaptation Strategies in a Changing World



Submitted: 21 Jul 2023

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sciforum-077763

How to Increase Farmers’ Incomes Using Coffee Cherries




Submitted: 21 Jul 2023

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sciforum-076182 The Potentials of Green Coffee Proteins as New Functional Food Components

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Submitted: 05 Jul 2023

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Event Awards

Kaldi Award

Legend has it that the Abyssinian goatherd Kaldi discovered the effects of coffee. This story is common throughout the coffee industry. Legend has it that he discovered the effect of the fruit and its stimulating properties over a thousand years ago. His goats had eaten the berries from the coffee bush and then jumped around very excitedly and were unusually active.

Since 2016, the "KaldiAward" will be presented to people who have made a significant contribution to a better understanding of coffee or to the improvement of coffee through scientific work. The award is presented by Coffee Consulate. The decision on the award is made by an international, independent jury of experts.

The jury for the KaldiAward is composed of the conference chairs and advisory board. We welcome any suggestions for each of the four awards.

The Awards
Lifetime achievement

Number of Awards Available: 1

Award for a person's life's work / lifetime achievement in the service of science for coffee

Green coffee (cultivation & processing)

Number of Awards Available: 1

Award for special achievements for scientific findings in the green coffee sector

Roasting

Number of Awards Available: 1

Award for special achievements for scientific knowledge in the field of roasting

Preparation

Number of Awards Available: 1

Award for special achievements for scientific knowledge in the field of coffee preparation

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