DATE: AUGUST 13, 2020
TIME: 11.00 AM-1.00 PM EAST AFRICAN TIME (08.00 AM-11.00 PM GMT)
Topical Issues at this MasterClass Webinar
The AFMASS Food Expo Sustainable Dairy in Africa webinar will cover the most critical issues impacting the dairy industry in Africa during and after the Covid-19 pandemic, including the following points:
a) Operations & Trade Outlook – To discover the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the operations of the dairy industry in Africa including on personnel and facility safety, supply chain, business continuity, food safety and compliance across the value chain – the farm level, distribution, processing and retail of dairy products in Africa.
Participants will also discover the present and future outlook on local, regional and international trade in the dairy sector in Africa.
b) Technology & Innovations Outlook: To discover the latest technologies and innovations that dairy farms and dairy companies can adopt to mitigate the risks brought by the pandemic now and into the future; improve food safety, profitability and efficiency in their operations and improve compliance.
c) Sustainability Outlook: To discover new ideas, technologies and practices that can boost sustainability at the farm and factory level and throughout the supply chain in the dairy industry in Africa during and post Covid-19
d) Investments Outlook: To discover the possible impacts of the Covid-19 on the investments environment in the dairy industry in Africa; and possible strategies to attract investments and financing into the industry during the pandemic and beyond.
e) Regulatory Outlook: To engage with regulators on possible guidelines and regulations that the dairy industry may institute to improve personnel safety, consumer health and regulatory compliance in the dairy value chain in Africa.
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Covering the Dairy Industry from Grass to Glass
The AFMASS Food Expo Dairy MasterClass Webinar covers the entire scope of the dairy value chain, with discussions covering the following critical stages in the supply chain.