Barilla is an Italian family-owned food company. Established in 1877, it's now an international Group present in more than 100 countries. A world leader in the markets of pasta and ready-to-use sauces in continental Europe, bakery products in Italy and crispbread in Scandinavia, the Barilla Group is recognized worldwide as a symbol of Italian know-how. 


BENEO offers a range of functional ingredients with health and technical benefits derived from the natural sources chicory root, sugar beet, rice and wheat. By “connecting nutrition and health”, the company supports food and feed manufacturers to produce healthy and more balanced products.

BENEO ingredients offer food manufacturers routes to develop great-tasting products that are nutritionally optimised with less or no sugar or fat, fibre-enriched or gluten- as well as dairy-free and more. BENEO takes it even further: blood sugar management, weight management, digestive, bone and dental health are concepts where its ingredients can play a decisive role. In addition, they improve the taste and texture of food and beverages.

BENEO specialises in supplying manufacturers with functional ingredients of non-animal origin that bring forth innovative product development. The company’s product portfolio is primarily used in the following applications: baby food, bakery, cereals, beverages, confectionery, dairy, meat and vegetables, as well as soups and sauces.


Tamu is an agri-processing company dedicated to pioneering innovative, customised solutions through the use of sustainable and renewable resources to create value for our partners. Tamu uses an approach that makes use of non-genetically modified sugar cane crop to produce a fine quality, plant-based fibre ingredients suitable for a wide range of food, beverage and wellness applications.

Fibre is a vital functional food ingredient many producers today afford to ignore, as they strive to stay ahead of competition, and meet the growing demand for healthier dietary choices from today’s consumer.

With a zero-waste philosophy, Tamu through its subsidiary, Tamuwa, takes the biomass from the same crop to produce an alternate energy source for customers seeking options for sustainable, renewable energy. This second-generation biofuel places no pressure on food crops nor forestry, but rather, it optimises the full value of the crop, making it a truly renewable and sustainable source of alternate energy.

First established in 1930 as a local homegrown enterprise, Sunshine has made its mark as Singapore’s first commercial bakery, and is now a leading manufacturer and marketer of nutritious fresh bakery products. As one of the biggest bread manufacturers in Singapore, Sunshine Bakeries has build its market leadership through innovation and responsiveness to market needs. Using modern technology and equipment, and the freshest and finest ingredients, Sunshine produces more than 90,000 loaves of fresh, great tasting bread daily from its 65,000 square foot plant in Senoko. Offering a wide range of products from breads to rolls and spreads, as well as frozen, pies and garlic bread. Sunshine provides baked goods of exceptionally quality for every occasion”.

Hoow Foods is a food technology start-up specializing in the reformulation of foods for health and sustainability. Its proprietary RE-GENESYS platform technology employs algorithms based on the interactions of ingredients to create new formulations for common food products, thereby achieving simultaneous beneficial changes in multiple aspects of the nutritional profile. RE-GENESYS emphasizes speed and efficiency, and was successfully employed to create Callery’s, Asia’s first low-calorie ice cream brand in a short period of 6 months from conceptualization to market.