InterBev has accrued a rich history in presenting a business platform for an ever-changing beverage industry. The American Bottlers of Carbonated Beverages, now known as the American Beverage Association, first opened its show’s doors in 1920. From the onset of soft drinks “bottled” in aluminum cans, the first diet cola, and the launch of energy drinks, InterBev has seen dramatic shifts in both industry trends and beverage chemistry. Only four years ago the US FDA approved the use of the new zero-calorie sweetener, stevia, prompting yet another steep transformation in the beverage world. With an industry outdating itself by the year, InterBev has been pushed to meet the needs of the industry in unique ways.
The most recent InterBev took place October 16-18, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada. In September of 2012, the international trade show organizer, NürnbergMesse, became the new owner and organizer of InterBev. The 2012 event highlighted a new product showcase and expanded the trade show and industry categories to include alcoholic beverages to the traditionally non-alcoholic event. Although the niche alcoholic sector played a minor role in 2012, NürnbergMesse provides 35 years of international alcoholic beverage experience that will serve to advance the exhibit category for the next InterBev.
With a clear direction for the future of InterBev from the NürnbergMesse management team, and a firm backing from the most recognized association in the industry, exhibitors have the opportunity to take advantage of a single platform distinctly created to bring together the best and most innovative minds in beverage. InterBev received strong backing from various media outlets including Beverage World, BevNet, and FoodBev.com, and the Coca-Cola Company and PepsiCo Global Procurement exhibited on the trade show floor. InterBev is where beverage does business. As a successful 2012 edition comes to a close, management is excited to venture the path to the next show. InterBev has the media support, the association and industry support, and the international trade show management expertise to unify an ever-changing and ever-growing dynamic beverage industry.
FoodBev Media supported the InterBev Awards 2012 through its industry leading magazines Beverage Innovation and Food & Beverage International as well as the fastest growing website in the global food and beverage industry, FoodBev.com, which combine to reward innovation and excellence across 25 awards from soft drinks and alcohol to ingredients, packaging and marketing.
Companies entering products or services for the InterBev Awards will appear in a special Awards Showcase magazine.
We are pleased to announce the winners below:
Finalists in this category were Balance (US) with Balance, and Maison Eau Matelo (Canada) for De L’Aubier.
Finalists in this category were Limitless Group LLC (US) with Limitless Smart Shot, Scheckter's Organic Beverages Ltd (UK) for Scheckter's OrganicEnergy, and Xyience (US0 with Xyience Xenergy.
Finalists in this category were Energ d.o.o (Slovenia) with Respresso, Kino Biotech Co Ltd (Singapore) with Kinohimitsu J’pan BodySlen Drink, and Sambazon (US) with Sambazon Supergreens with Kale + Ginger Superfood Smoothie.
Finalists in this category were PomeGreat (UK) with PurePlus Pomegranate Juice Drink, and The FaVe Juice Company (US) with FaVe.
Finalists in this category were Green Coco Europe GmbH (Germany) with Dr Antonio Martins Coco Juice, Sambazon (US) with Sambazon Supergreens Chocolate + Almond + Coconut Milk, and Scheckter's Organic Beverages Ltd (UK) for Scheckter's OrganicEnergy.
Finalists in this category were Celsius Inc (US) with Celsius Outrageous Orange On-the Go Powder Sticks, and Krisda Premium Stevia Extract (Canada) with Krisda Splash.
Finalists in this category were Alpina Foods (US) with Juan Valdez Cafe Latte, and Fast Drinks (Spain) with Self-Heating Cans 2GO.
Finalists in this category were Freedom Brands Ltd (UK) with Go Coco: putting you on the road to recovery, and LC Beverages Ltd (Canada) with LastCall.
Finalist in this category was Onli Beverages (US) with the Onli range.
Finalists in this category were Olgerdin hf (Iceland) with V-Sport, and Shadow Beverages & McLean Design (US) with GNC Beverages.
Finalists in this category were Winery Exchange (US) with Hopper Whitman Summer Wheat, and Winery Exchange (US) for WingWalker.
Finalists in this category were Echelon Vineyards (US) with Echelon, and Ogio Wines (US) for Ogio.
Finalists in this category were Social Blends LLC (US) with Slim Lizzy's Cocktails, and VendScreen (US) with VendScreen Revolution.
Finalists in this category were Emerson Industrial Automation - Power Transmission Solutions (US) with System Plast conveyor components, and Nestlé (Switzerland) with Nestlé Waters Agrivair.
Finalists in this category were Balance (US) with Balance, and Energ d.o.o (Slovenia) for Respresso.
Finalists in this category were LC Beverages Ltd (Canada) with LastCall, and Gizmo Beverages (US) for Tea of a Kind (powered by Gizmo).
Finalists in this category were Bitimec Speedy Wash Inc (US) with Battery Operated Mobile Truck Wash Model 626-EZ, and Glue Dots International (US) for QuikDot Pro.
Finalist in this category was Trustwater (Ireland) with its 3-Step Pungent Flavor Changeover.
Finalists in this category were HSP US LLC (US) with Clean2O Technology, and Junction Solutions (US) for CLEARthru, a wireless traceability application.
Finalists in this category were Gizmo Beverages (US) for Tea of a Kind (powered by Gizmo), and Tap The Cap Inc (US) for Tap The Cap.
Finalists in this category were LC Beverages Ltd (Canada) with LastCall, and TricorBraun (US) for The Original Moonshine.
Finalists in this category were Blue Marlin (UK) with Orchard Pig, Morinda Bioactives (US) with Thrive Adaptogenics Max, and The Double Cola Company (US) for Double-Cola.
Finalist in this category was Green Coco Europe GmbH (Germany) for Dr Antonio Martins Coco Juice.
Finalist in this category was Gizmo Beverages (US) for Tea of a Kind (powered by Gizmo).
In September 2011, NürnbergMesse acquired InterBev. The American Beverage Association (ABA) remains an important supporter of the show through sponsorship and participation.
In previous years, InterBev was the industry platform for the non-alcoholic beverage industry where industry leaders met to increase their market presence through on-floor sales, to network and to learn best practices.
The new partnership between NürnbergMesse North America and the ABA will allow InterBev to take advantage of the global NürnbergMesse network and allow InterBev to expand into various product groups throughout the beverage industry.
NürnbergMesse is one of today’s fastest-growing exhibition companies in Europe. The portfolio covers some 120 national and international exhibitions and congresses at the Nürnberg location and worldwide. Subsidiaries in Brazil, China, North America and Italy handle key growth and exhibition markets.
Brau Beviale – beverage trade show with over 30,000 visitors and over 1,300 exhibitors
FachPack - packaging trade show featuring technology, processing and logistics
BioFach - organic trade show featuring all things organic
Around 30,000 exhibitors (international share: 39%) and 976,000 trade visitors (international share: 21%) participate in NürnbergMesse Group events every year.
Our secret for success: precise concepts and fair relationships with our customers and among ourselves.
Brau Beviale is the beverage trade fair held in Nürnberg, Germany featuring over 1,350 exhibitors (2011: 44 % international) and 31,500 visitors (2011: 36 % international). Brau Beviale presents a comprehensive spectrum of high-quality beverage raw materials, innovative technologies, efficient logistics and sparkling marketing ideas in the Nürnberg Exhibition Centre. An unbelievable 98 % of the specialists from breweries and malting houses, producers of non-alcoholic drinks, dairies, winegrowers and suppliers to the brewing and beverage industry were satisfied with the products on display in 2011.
Brau Beviale is owned and operated by NürnbergMesse which also owns and operates InterBev. The U.S.-based InterBev team can help you coordinate your exhibit or visit to Brau Beviale. To discuss exhibiting or visiting Brau Beviale, please contact Jeaneane Camp, (770) 618-5883 or email.
To learn more about Brau Beviale, please visit http://www.brau-beviale.de/en/.
Venue and Date:
Nürnberg Exhibition Centre (Nürnberg, Germany)
Tuesday to Thursday, November 13–15, 2012
Daily 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Products on Display:
Raw materials and drinks; machinery and installations; operating and laboratory equipment; energy management, working materials and packaging materials; transport and sales vehicles, industrial trucks; logistics; marketing and catering equipment; services and advertising
Travel and Accommodation in Nürnberg:
InterBev Live! is a unique feature that brings speakers right to the show floor. At the InterBev Live! Theater, industry experts will give presentations about the newest products and innovations in the beverage industry. Hear about the latest sweetener innovations and issues or learn about the latest processing technology…all from the InterBev Live! stage right on the trade show floor.
You can watch some of the InterBev 2010 Live! events by visiting the “Multimedia Gallery.”
For sponsorship information, please contact Jeaneane Camp, (770)618-5883 or Jeaneane.Camp@InterBev.com
|ACSS Vibrotec, LLC|
|ADI Systems Inc.|
|Age Defense Water|
|American Beverage Association|
|American Holt Corp.|
|Amerivap Systems, Inc.|
|Antioxidant Water by Alkazone|
|Anton Paar USA|
|Argelith Ceramic Tiles, Inc.|
|Atlantium Technologies Ltd.|
|Atlas Copco Compressors LLC|
|Axeon Water Technologies|
|Baja Agro International S.A. de C.V.|
|BCN Research Laboratories, Inc.|
|Bettaway Pallet Systems & Bettaway Transportation Logistics|
|Beverage Marketing Corporation|
|Beverage World Magazine|
|Bitimec SPEEDY WASH Inc.|
|Buck's Trucks, LLC|
|C.W. Brabender Instruments Inc.|
|Carmi Flavor & Fragrance|
|Cavitus Pty Ltd|
|Chiyoda Kohan Co., Ltd.|
|Cintron Beverage Group|
|Corn Refiners Association|
|Crisp Watermelon Drink, LLC|
|Dairy Farmers of America|
|DeLaval Cleaning Solutions|
|Digital Control SRL|
|Draco Natural Products|
|Eco Groupe, Inc.|
|Emerson Industrial Automation - Power Transmission Solutions|
|Engineered Treatment Systems, LLC (ETS UV)|
|Environmental Management Group International, Inc.|
|Faveo Hangover Prevention|
|Food Ingredient Solutions, LLC|
|Glue Dots International|
|GNT USA, Inc.|
|Greystone Logistics, INC|
|Hanna Instruments USA|
|Heartland Computers, Inc.|
|HYDRANAUTICS - A Nitto Denko Company|
|Innovative Plastech, Inc.|
|International Dairy Show|
|International Society of Beverage Technologists|
|interpack 2014 / Messe Duesseldorf North America|
|JetAir Technologies, Inc.|
|John Guest USA, Inc.|
|Kagetec Industrial Flooring|
|Leece-Neville Heavy Duty Systems|
|MAFCO Worldwide Corporation|
|Mallard Handling Solutions dba Mallard Manufacturing|
|Miura North America|
|NeoTech Aqua Solutions|
|New High Glass|
|New Whey Nutrition|
|Numeric Computer Systems, Inc.|
|Ovivo | GWE|
|Ozone International, LLC|
|Pacific Ozone Technology, Inc.|
|Paragon Software Systems, Inc.|
|Parallel Products, Inc.|
|PECO Pallet, Inc.|
|PepsiCo Global Procurement|
|Performance Packaging of Nevada, LLC|
|Polymer Solutions International, Inc.|
|Preform Solutions, Inc.|
|Premium Mezcales LLC|
|Ram Systems, Inc.|
|Rasco Industries, Inc.|
|Raw Foods International (Listed as RAAW Juices)|
|Rehrig Pacific Company|
|Rochester Midland Corporation|
|Rudolph Research Analytical|
|Shri Ahimsa Mines And Minerals Ltd|
|SMB Machinery Systems, LLC|
|SMF Maschinenfabrik GmbH|
|Tap the Cap, Inc.|
|TEC Engineering de México, S. de R.L.|
|The Coca-Cola Company|
|The FaVe Juice Company|
|The Murdock Co. Inc.|
|TMW Systems Inc. (Appian Software)|
|Tygard Machine and Manufacturing Co.|
|Universal Sanitizers and Supplies, Inc.|
|ViZaar Industrial Imaging - North America|
|Water Quality Association|
|Westfalia Technologies Inc.|