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About IPS-Ingredis

Sourced with the utmost care to ensure the best product profile for your goods. Supplied by a team focused on the optimal way to get you what you need, quickly and reliably. We help you secure quality ingredients in a cost-optimized way. From anywhere around the world.

Headquartered in the Swiss canton of Zug, IPS-Ingredis is part of the IPS Group.

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Powering Performance in Trading Operations

To enhance application performance and reimagine trading operations, IPS-Ingredis partnered with leading cloud solutions provider SaaSplaza to power our customer solution offering. Read more about how this partnership improves IPS-Ingredis' business performance, security, and services to all our partners joining us in the ingredients industry digital revolution. 

Achieving Global Sustainability Through Alternative Proteins

Did you know it is estimated that the world’s population will grow from 7 billion today to 9.5 billion in 2050? And that protein consumption is predicted to increase by 70% over that period? Read our latest industry insight into the world of alternative proteins as we search for more sustainable, affordable, and nutritional sources of food to meet growing global consumer demands. We reveal key figures about plant-based alternatives and how choosing insect proteins over beef and chicken can improve your overall health and well-being.

Food & Drink Magazine Interviews IPS-Ingredis CEO

IPS-Ingredis CEO Patrick Schaerrer shares his vision to digitize and globalize the food and beverage ingredients business.

Powering Performance in Trading Operations

To enhance application performance and reimagine trading operations, IPS-Ingredis partnered with leading cloud solutions provider SaaSplaza to power our customer solution offering. Read more about how this partnership improves IPS-Ingredis' business performance, security, and services to all our partners joining us in the ingredients industry digital revolution. 

Food & Drink Magazine Interviews IPS-Ingredis CEO

IPS-Ingredis CEO Patrick Schaerrer shares his vision to digitize and globalize the food and beverage ingredients business.

Announcing apricots’ arrival for this season

The previous apricot season in Europe ended with unfavorable yield due to bad weather conditions. Despite the late crop this year, Greece has delivered high quality apricots and supply is available from now thru September. Check out some of our exclusive prices for apricot puree and apricot puree concentrate, available from our trusted suppliers in Greece. 

Visit IPS-Ingredis at IFT19 in New Orleans, USA

Experience the latest innovations and trends in food and food technology through IFT’s (Institute of Food Technologists) annual event for industry professionals. With more than 1,000 companies exhibiting at the forefront of global food innovation, IFT is the collaborative space to meet like-minded individuals, grow your network and ‘feed your future’. IPS-Ingredis will take to the exhibition hall to showcase our latest developments in food, beverage and technology – bringing you refreshing new flavors and formulations from our R&D team, new and exciting specialty ingredients from our partners, and more features that you’ve been waiting for on our digital platform.

Visit IPS-Ingredis at SIAL China 2019

SIAL China is the 3rd biggest food show in the world, with 19 years’ experience in the market. Major market players from retail, hotel/restaurant/catering (HoReCa), food services, the import/export trade and manufacturing come to this show. Join us 

Visit IPS-Ingredis at Djazagro 2019

Created in 2003 in Algiers, Djazagro is the leading trade show for agri-food production, with more than 20,000 qualified and professional visitors from around the world. 

Overview of the Global Mango Market 2018

Mangoes remain a popular product. Over the past ten years, the market has grown by 5% annually. Approximately 1.8 million tonnes of mangoes were traded worldwide last year. However, less than 4% of the global production is sold on the international fresh market. The season is currently coming to an end in a number of countries. Growers in both Ecuador and Australia are looking back positively on the season. For its part, Peru is now seeing its volume increase. South Africa has just started the harvest of the Tommy Atkins. There is little export potential for this, but the harvest of other varieties will also start in the coming weeks.

Global Overview of the Stone Fruit Market in 2018

European stone fruit growers finally seem to be making some money again this year. With the exception of Greece, production is much lower everywhere. This is resulting in remarkably good prices for Spanish stone fruit. South Africa is shipping its last plums to Europe, but there is also a lack of understanding among European customers about the high prices. In South Carolina, the harvest volume is back to the usual level after a very low production last year.

Global Peanut Market Update - JUNE 2018

Although major peanut producing regions are experiencing ‘issues’ to a certain degree - the global peanut market remains quiet but undeniably firm. Sign-in and read the insights for more information.

 

Mango madness fighting limited supply

Water scarcity and heat waves in India had a negative impact on the mango crop this season. With 40% less yield of Totapuri and 20% less yield of Alphonso compared to 2018, but continued high market demand, prices are anticipated to be significantly higher than the summer average (almost USD 200-300/MT more). If you're looking to source mango products, get in touch with us as soon as possible.  We’ll help you source the best quality mango and secure your order quantities at the best market prices.

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