PLAN NOW to attend the 32nd International Sweetener Symposium, to be held July 31-August 5, 2015, at the spectacular Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa in New Mexico. Attendance at this important industry meeting is an absolute must for all industry stakeholders as we explore the complex and critical issues facing the industry today. What is the latest on North American sugar trade? Will regional and global supplies continue to outpace demand, or will the market tighten? What should we expect from the government’s renewed trade agenda? What impact will global sugar subsidies have on the market and domestic producers? How has sugar policy performed and what’s next with Farm Bill administration? What new developments are taking shape in the food manufacturing industry? Join us in New Mexico to be part of this active discussion. This is one sweetener industry meeting you can’t miss!
This year’s site, the Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa, is a truly special place. While the state of New Mexico is known as the Land of Enchantment, this resort embodies that enchantment like no other. Located in central New Mexico, between Albuquerque and Santa Fe, the resort rests in the sacred lands of the Santa Ana Pueblo. Its ideal location at the base of the Sandia Mountains offers sweeping mountain vistas, perfect sunsets and piercing blue skies. This 4-diamond resort uniquely weaves modern day luxury with the architecture, history, culture and cuisine of the people of Tamaya. The Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa offers the ultimate Southwest experience with world-class amenities including the Tamaya Mist Spa, the Twin Warriors scenic championship golf course, three swimming pools, horseback riding, daily cultural activities, a Camp Hyatt program, gourmet dining, hiking, biking, the Santa Ana Star Casino and many other activities. Tamaya’s on-site amenities are further complemented by a vast array of attractions and activities located a short drive from the resort.
Just 40 minutes from Tamaya, the vibrant city of Santa Fe perfectly blends its rich cultural history with modern-day offerings in less than a two mile square. As the “oldest capital city in the U.S.,” Santa Fe’s extensive history is displayed in its unique architecture, its famed Plaza established circa 1610, the Palace of Governors, and several churches and cathedrals, including the oldest church in the U.S. The city also boasts twelve museums including the New Mexico History Museum, the Georgia O’Keefe Museum, and others. In addition to the bustling galleries and shops, the city offers award-winning dining with more than 250 restaurants. Santa Fe is also home to 200 world class art galleries, 80 of which are located on famed “Canyon Road.”
In addition to the many offerings of Tamaya and Santa Fe, the area offers a bounty of mountain sports and other cultural activities. Explore history on the site of ancient pueblos. Hike the same mountains Native American and Spanish explorers hiked centuries ago. Take the aerial tram to the top of the Sandia Mountains for a spectacular panoramic view. Experience the fascinating mix of old and new along with the many cultures that make up this magical area. For more information on the Hyatt Tamaya Resort, visit www.tamaya.hyatt.com.
This is one sweetener industry meeting you won’t want to miss – plan now to attend this important event. For more information, visit www.sugaralliance.org/symposium. Registration materials will be available in May 2015. In the meantime, please go forward with your hotel and travel plans. To make reservations at the Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa, visit https://resweb.passkey.com/go/Sugar2015. You may also call 1-888-421-1442 and reference the American Sugar Alliance room block (group code G-ASAA). Due to the popularity of this event, the Hyatt is expected to sell out. Alternate hotels in the area include: (1) the Holiday Inn Express, located 5 miles from the Hyatt (2) the Hilton Garden Inn, located 12 miles from the Hyatt and (3) the Courtyard by Marriott, located 17 miles from the resort.