Novel Sources for Omega-3 for Food and Feed
Copenhagen, 14--15 November 2012


[updated 07.08.2012]

Lipidforum

organised jointly by the Nordic Lipidforum and the division "Marine Lipids" of Euro Fed Lipid

Invitation

The demand for healthy marine omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids for feed, functional foods and pharmaceutical products are increasing. For many years fish oil produced from wild fish has been the most important source of marine omega-3 fatty acids. However, the production of fish oil has been stable during the last decade and is not expected to increase due to sustainability reasons. Therefore, to meet future demands new sources of omega-3 fatty acids for feed, food and pharmaceutical products are required.



This meeting will discuss different aspects related to the production, application and nutritional aspects of novel sources of omega-3 fatty acids, which may include single celled organisms (for example. bacteria, microalgae and yeast), macroalgae, gene modified plants, krill etc.



Applications of these new sources of omega-3 fatty acids in feed for fish and land animals, foods, dietary supplements and pharmaceutical products will be discussed. The effect of the use of the novel omega-3 sources on feed properties, growth performance of fish and land animals, nutritional effects in humans as well as effects on the quality of the final food products including oxidation aspects will be covered. Foods may include fish, meat and egg products that have been enriched with omega-3 fatty acids through the feed or through enrichment of the final product.



Aulie
Jacobsen
Torstensen
Undeland
Pickova
Jon Aulie
Oslo, Norway
Charlotte Jacobsen
Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark
Bente Torstensen
Bergen, Norway
Ingrid Undeland
Göteborg, Sweden
Jana Pickova
Uppsala, Sweden

Sponsors, Sponsoring, Exhibition

[updated 19.10.2012]

Silver Sponsors:

CRODA Croda, Snaith, East Yorkshire, England
Pronova Pronova, Sandefjord, Norway
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Another option to support the congress is a donation. Euro Fed Lipid is licensed by German authorities to issue certificates making the donations tax deductible (in Germany only).

To confirm your package or for more options please contact the headquarters
Euro Fed Lipid
Varrentrappstr. 40-42
60486 Frankfurt, Germany
Phone: +49 69 7917 345
Fax +49 69 7917 564
amoneit@eurofedlipid.org

Scientific Committee

[updated 07.08.2012]

  • Charlotte Jacobsen, DTU, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark
  • Bente Torstensen, NIFES, Bergen, Norway
  • Ingrid Undeland, Chalmers University, Göteborg, Sweden
  • Jana Pickova, SLU, Uppsala, Sweden
  • Jon Aulie, Norwegian Seafood Federation, Oslo, Norway
  • Scientific Programme

    [updated 27.09.2012]

    Wednesday, 14 November 2012

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    TIME ..... Author, Title
    10:00-10:15 Welcome
    10:15-10:45 Adam Ismael, GOED, USA
    The Word Wide Situation for the Omega 3 Supply
    10:45-11:15 Andrew Mallison, IFFO, UK
    Growing demand for Novel LC omega-3 sources
    11:15-11:45 Johnathan Napier, Harpenden, Herts, UK
    Metabolic Engineering of Omega-3 Long Chain Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids in Transgenic Plants: a Sustainable Source of Fish Oils
    11:45-12:40 Lunchbreak
    Session 1: Production of Novel Sources of Omega-3, including GMO
    12:40-13:00 Q. Zhu, Wilmington, USA
    A New Source for Eicosapentaenoic Acid-Rich Oil and Biomass
    13:00-13:20 I. Foubert, Kortrijk, Belgium
    Microalgae as an Alternative Source of Omega-3 LC-PUFA?
    13:20-13:40 L.R. Cavonius, Gothenburg, Sweden
    Imaging of Lipids in Live Microalgae
    13:40-14:00 Y. Özdemir, Yalova, Turkey
    Generating Omega-3 Rich Olive Oil by Cross Breeding
    14:00-14:20 Coffee Break
    14:20-14:40 J.R. Petrie, Canberra, Australia
    Metabolic Engineering of Plant Seeds with Fish Oil-like Levels of DHA
    14:40-15:00 Sabine Sampels, Vodnany, Czech Republic
    Algal Sources in Feeding Strategies as a Mean to Enrich Animal Origin Foods
    15:00-15:20 J.M. Griinari, Espoo, Finland
    Novel Omega-3 Ingredients from Krill (Euphausia superba)
    15:20-15:40 Author t.b.a.
    Freshwater Fish, an Important Contribution to n-3 PUFA Worldwide
    15:40-16:00 A. Osman, Gothenburg, Sweden
    Effluents from the Marinated Herring Industry as Novel Sources of Omega-3 Fatty Acids
    16:00-16:20 P.J. Garcia-Moreno, Granada, Spain
    Discarded Species in the West Mediterranean Sea as Novel Sources of Omega-3 PUFAs
    16:20-16:40 J. Galuszka, Olomouc, Czech Republic
    How to Recognize Need for Omega-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids Supplementation in Lipidomics Era?
    16:40-17:10 Poster Session
    P.J. Garcia-Moreno, Granada, Spain
    Recent Patents on the Production of Krill Oil
    T. Balle, Copenhagen, Denmark
    Enzymatic Production of high quality omega-3 PUFA concentrates
    Nazli Türkmen, Ankara, Turkey
    Use of Odourless Fish Oil in Fruit Yoghurt Production
    T. Zajic, Vodnany, Czech Republic
    Carp Farming under Conditions of Czech Republic with special Emphasis on Fillet Lipid Quality
    Sabine Sampels, Vodnany, Czech Republic
    Influence of Frying Fat on Fatty Acid Composition of Omega-3 Rich Carp Fillets
    A.K. Carvajal, Trondheim, Norway
    High Quality Oil from Herring Rest Raw Material
    A. Liutkeviius, Kaunas, Lithuania
    Properties of Beverages enriched by Alpha-Linolenic and Docosahexaenoic Fatty Acids
    L. Wagner, Uppsala, Sweden
    Lipid Profile Changes in Artic Charr (Salvelinus alpinus) Liver exposed to different Microbila Raw Materials in the Diets
    R. Vik, Bergen, Norway
    Krill Powder increases Lider Lipid Catabolism and reduces Glucose Mobilization in TNFA Mice fed a High-Fat Diet
    19:00 Dinner


    Thursday, 15 November 2012

    TIME ..... Author, Title
    08:30-09:00 Norman Salem Jr., DSM Nutritional Lipids, USA
    Everything You Wanted to Know About Algal Omega-3 Fatty Acids:
    Composition, Stability, Metabolism and Health Effects
    09:00-09:30 Ingunn Stubbhaug, Skretting ARC, Norway
    Use of Novel Sources of Omega-3 in Aquaculture
    Session 2; Use of Novel Sources of Omega-3 in Food, Feed and Pharma
    09:30-09:50 Ch. Bruneel, Kortrijk, Belgium
    The Impact of Microalgae Species on Enrichment of Omega-3 Fatty Acids in Hen Eggs
    09:50-10:10 F. Tulli, Udine, Italy
    The Use of Microalgae as Dietary Ingredients for Marine Carnivorous Fish
    10:10-10:40 Coffee Break
    10:40-11:00 G. Rosenlund, Stavanger, Norway
    Dietary Long-chain n-3 Fatty Acids in Atlantic Salmon - How Much do they Need?
    11:00-11:20 N.H. Sissener, Bergen, Norway
    Low levels of Dietary Long-chain n-3 Fatty Acids in Atlantic Salmon- Effects on Lipid Metabolism, Health, Inflammation and Stress Resistance
    11:20-11:40 S.T. Trattner, Uppsala, Sweden
    Identification and Tissue Distribution of microRNA in Atlantic Salmon
    11:40-12:00 N.S. Liland, Bergen, Norway
    Poultry Byproducts in Diet of Atlantic Salmon - Effects on Metabolic Health
    12:00-12:10 Short Break
    12:10-12:30 Ch. Jacobsen, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark
    Effect of Replacement of Marine Ingredients with Vegetable Oil and Protein on Oxidative Changes during Ice Storage of Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)
    12:30-12:50 F.S.H. Lu, Copenhagen, Denmark
    Food Enrichment with Marine Phospholipid Emulsions
    12:50-13:10 Bernd Diehl, Köln, Germany
    NMR as Official Method for Qualitative and Quantitatve Analyis of Krill Oil

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    [updated 02.09.2012]

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    Register for the congress

    Deadlines:

    Lectures: 15 August 2012

    Posters:9 November 2012

    Registration

    [updated 07.08.2012]

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    Alternatively complete the printed registration form (one form per participant) and return it to:
    Euro Fed Lipid
    P.O. Box 90 04 40
    60444 Frankfurt/Main, Germany
    Phone: +49/69/7917/345, Fax +49/69/7917/564
    info@eurofedlipid.org

    Registration is valid after receipt at the Euro Fed Lipid headquarters. Conference tickets will be handed out at the registration desk.

    Fees

    [updated 03.08.2012]

    Status

    until 30 September 2012 after 30 September 2012
    Euro Fed Lipid Members* and Employees of member companies
    280 Euro
    320 Euro
    Non-Members

    320 Euro
    360 Euro
    Euro Fed Lipid student member with poster presentation** (proof needed)

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    120 Euro
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    120 Euro
    160 Euro
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    The registration fee includes:
  • Entry to the scientific programme, poster sessions
  • Book of abstracts
  • List of participants
  • Coffee Break beverages
  • Dinner 14 November
  • Lunch 14 November

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    Cancellation Policy

    Cancellations received on or before 30 September 2012 will be refunded minus a 30 Euro processing fee.
    After that date until 19 October 2012, 50% of the registration fee will be refunded. There will be no refund for cancellations after 19 October 2012 or No-Shows. Substitute participants can be named anytime without costs.

    If the congress is cancelled for whatever reason, paid fees will be refunded. Further recourse is excluded.

    The Venue/Accommodation

    [updated 07.08.2012]

    The congress takes place at the
    Richmond Hotel
    Vester Farimagsgade 33
    1606 Copenhagen V.
    www.profilhotels.com/richmondhotel/

    Accommodation:
    A number of hotel rooms have been reserved at the Richmond Hotel for your convenience.
    Single Room: DKK 695 (appr. 94 Euro) including breakfast and WIFI
    Double Rooms: DKK 795 (appr. 107 Euro) including breakfast and WIFI
    To reserve your room contact the hotel and indicate that you book from the Euro Fed Lipid contingent
    Tel +45 33 12 33 66
    Fax +45 33 12 97 17
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    Travel Information:

    Hotel Address and Map:
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    Copenhagen

    [updated 07.08.2012]



    (Wikipedia)
    Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark and its most populous city, with an urban population of 1,2 Mio. With the completion of the transnational Ĝresund Bridge in 2000, Copenhagen has become the centre of the increasingly integrating Ĝresund Region. Within this region, Copenhagen and the Swedish city of Malmö are growing into a combined metropolitan area.
    Nyhavn
    Nyhavn, Copenhagen. Source Wikipedia, Author Stern
    Christiansborg
    Christiansborg Palace - Home of the Danish Parliament, Supreme Court, and Prime Minister
    Source:Wikipedia, Author eimoberg
    Copenhagen is the economic and financial centre of Denmark and also a strong business and economic centre in the Scandinavian-Baltic region. Around 3.5 million inhabitants live within a 50 km radius of Copenhagen, making the city centre of the most dense and populated area in Northern Europe.
    Major Danish biotech companies like Novo Nordisk and Lundbeck, both of which are among 50 largest pharmaceutical and biotech companies in the World, are located in the greater Copenhagen area.
    Stadhuis
    Stadhuis. Source Wikipedia, Author Quistnix
    Meermaid
    Source Wikipedia, Author Freepenguin
    As of 2009, Copenhagen has 13 Michelin star restaurants, the most of any Scandinavian city.

    It is also possible to find modest eateries serving open sandwiches ("smĝrrebrĝd") - the traditional and best known Danish lunch dish; however, most restaurants serve international dishes. Another local specialty, Danish pastry, can be sampled from any of numerous bakeries found in all parts of the city.

    Organiser

    [updated 20.07.2012]

    European Federation for the Science and Technology of Lipids e.V.
    Postfach 90 04 40
    60444 Frankfurt/Main
    Phone: +49 69/79 17-533
    Fax: +49 69/79 17-564
    E-Mail: info@eurofedlipid.org