A visit to this year's InterSupply was doubly worth it.
For the first time, InterSupply offered its visitors a wide range of high-quality information in the form of lectures and seminars accompanying the trade fair. The lectures during the trade fair were free of charge for all trade fair visitors.
At InterSupply 2021, we will also be offering exciting lectures. More information is coming soon.
Is the end of the cigarette near? – Alternatives for the trade
The ‘Tabak Zeitung’ tobacco newspaper and the InterTabac trade fair jointly invite you to the following event:
Is the end of the cigarette near? – Alternatives for the trade – Trends and innovations in the tobacco market and their impact on the European market
Products like heat-not-burn tobacco, cannabis/hemp, vape, and nicotine pouches are new trends in the market. These products have an impact on the consumption of burnable cigarettes. Various manufacturers will present their new products and responses to the change in smoking consumption in brief lectures:
- Representative of the Alliance of tobacco-free Enjoyment (BfTG), Union of the German e-cigarette industry
- Dr. Alexander Nussbaum, Manager of Scientific & Medical Affairs, Philipp Morris GmbH
- Bernd Lutter, National Sales Manager NGP, Reemtsma Cigarettenfabriken GmbH
- Roger Koch, Founder and Managing Director of Koch & Gsell AG
The speakers will be available for roundtable discussions afterwards.
Marc Reisner, Chief Editor of the ‘Tabak Zeitung’ tobacco newspaper / Smokers Club / and Tobacco Journal International, will be the presenter of the entire event and shed light on the following questions:
- What are the political framework conditions within the EU and the domestic market?
- How great is the impact and which opportunities and risks await the market players and the trade?
We invite all participants and speakers to the Meet & Greet in the Key Buyer Lounge in Hall 3 at 18:00.
When? 21 September2019 at 13:00
Where? Room Bergen, North Entrance
The talk will be held in German and translated into English.
Retail Trade in Europe – quo vadis?
In co-operation with C.E.D.T. (CONFÉDÉRATION EUROPÉENNES DEL DÉTAILLANTS EN TABAC (G.E.I.E.) InterTabac invites to the session "Retail trade in Europe - quo vadis?"
After a short introduction in the work of C.E.D.T. representatives from different European retail associations will report about the current situation in their home markets:
- Chances and risks
- Future of the markets
Presentation: Peter Schweinschwaller, President C.E.D.T.
All speakers and participants of the session are invited to the Meet & Greet at 6 pm in the key buyer lounge in hall 3.
When? 2019/09/21 - 4 pm
Where? Room London, Entrance North
The session will be in English.
Generation of a nicotine-free, nontransgenic tobacco plant
Tobacco alkaloids, especially nicotine as the most abundant alkaloid, represent a large group of secondary metabolites with a great research interest. Some approaches were already done to reduce the nicotine level of tobacco plants (Nicotiana tabacum L.) according to health benefits or to investigate the function of these enzymes in nicotine biosynthesis. Proteins of the berberine bridge enzyme-like (BBL) family, encoded by six different genes, catalyze the final oxidation step of alkaloid biosynthesis. It was previously shown, that lower expression levels of three of the six related genes resulted in a lowered nicotine level. Therefore, the BBL genes represent promising targets for knockout studies concerning a nicotine-free plant. Here we present the generation of the first nicotine-free, non-transgenic tobacco plant by a CRISPR-Cas9 mediated knockout approach of the whole BBL-gene family. We confirmed the knockout of all six members of the gene family by sequencing. Interestingly, we observed no significant changes in the metabolic pattern by 1H-NMR measurements in our tobacco. Thus, our results open the possibility to produce nicotine-free cigarettes.
Felix Stehle studied biochemistry in Halle and received his doctorate in 2009 from the Leibniz Institute for Plant Biochemistry. After a postdoc period in the group of Professor Wessjohann he joined the chair of Technical Biochemistry under the leadership of Professor Kayser at TU Dortmund University. Since the end of 2014, he has headed the group "Applied Genetic Engineering". He is interested in synthetic biology and genetic engineering. His current projects are dealing with metabolic engineering of multi-enzyme pathways creating designer organisms.
When? 22.09.2019 - 11:30 a.m.
Where? Room Bergen, Entrance North
The lecture will be in English.
Cigar & Rum Pairing - BOOKED OUT
We are very sorry, but the event has now reached full capacity. A registration is unfortunately no longer possible.
Rum meets cigar at InterTabac 2019
The pairing combines international premium rum brands and Nicaraguan cigars to an exciting taste experience for the senses. Experts will accompany the event, provide information on the production process and put the history of the traditional brands into perspective.
The company Sierra Madre presents Don Papa Rum, Ron Centenario 20 and its own brand Remedy Spiced Rum, part of its international portfolio in the premium rum brand segment.
The counterpart is the Nicaraguan cigar. It rounds off the breathtaking taste experience of the pairing event. The selected products are provided by members of the traditional CNT association. Special experts will also be present from this side. The quality of the cigars provided by My Fathers Cigars, JC Newman and Drew Estate is an important criterion. The pairing will take place on 22 September from 14.00 to 15.00 in the conference room "Soest" (North Entrance). Secure your seats quickly, as participation is limited to 20 people.
- Remedy Spiced Rum
The history of Remedy begins in the 1920s in the USA. During this time, the time of prohibition, only pharmacies were allowed to sell small quantities of spirits for medical purposes. The alchemist Frank M. Farrington, owner of the New York drugstore "Farrington's Drugstore", was known for supplying his customers with the finest alcoholic beverages. His goal was to process his own high-quality distillates, preferably made from rum.
Through a contact man, he was able to obtain high-quality rum from Trinidad & Tobago, the Dominican Republic and Barbados. The pharmacist married them and was already convinced of the taste of this blend. In order to make the rum even more multi-faceted, he tried to refine it with various spices.
The addition of vanilla, orange peels, cinnamon and pepper gave the rum its unique taste, which revealed a flavour full of character on its own as well as its extensive potential in drinks.
- Don Papa Rum
In the Philippine sugar capital, the island of Negros Occidental, the premium rum Don Papa matures for more than seven years in American oak barrels before being blended.
The rich soil at the foot of Mount Kanlaon volcano and the tropical climate of the region not only allow the sugar cane to thrive, but also offer optimal conditions for the ripening process.
The bottle is decorated with a picture of Dionisio Magbuelas - Papa Isio or Don Papa. Towards the end of the 19th century, Don Papa led the revolution against the Spanish colonial power, which briefly helped the island gain independence.
Careful handicraft, the fertile nature and the cultural spirit of the island guarantee the extraordinary and unique taste of Don Papa Rum.
- Ron Centenario 20 Fundación
The Ron Centenario 20 Fundación is the result of the ripening tradition, made from rums selected for their age and taste.
The Solera process uses 6 to 20 year old rums that are elegant and oaky, with soft vanilla aromas and a hint of brandy.
When? September, 22nd, 2019, 2 pm to 3 pm
Where? Room Soest, Entrance North (Plan)