Topical Issues at the Webinar
The AFMASS Food Expo Sustainable Grains, Milling & Baking in Africa webinar will cover the most critical issues impacting the industry in Africa during and after the Covid-19 pandemic, including the following points:
a) Operations, Commodities & Trade Outlook – Discover the latest commodity market forecasts for maize, wheat, rice, soybean and other commodities in Eastern and Southern Africa; and how the Covid-19 could impact the future outlook for the grains, milling, baking and animal feed processing sector in Africa.
You will also learn how the pandemic will likely impact food and nutrition security and local, regional and international trade.
b) Technology & Innovations Outlook: Discover the latest technologies and innovations that the grains, milled, baked and animal feed products companies in Africa 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: Discover the ideas, technologies and practices that can boost sustainability in the grains, milled, baked and animal feed industry throughout the supply chain in Africa during and post Covid-19
d) Investments Outlook: Discover the possible impacts of the Covid-19 on the investments environment in the grains, milled, baked and animal feed products industry in Africa; and possible strategies to attract investments and financing into the industry during the pandemic and beyond.
e) Regulatory Outlook: Discover possible new regulations and guidelines that the grains, milled, baked and animal feed products industry in Africa may institute to improve personnel safety, consumer health and the grain industry value chain’s sustainability for the future.
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Covering the Grains Value Chain
The AFMASS Food Expo Grains, Milling & Baking Webinar covers the entire scope of the grains, milling, bakery and animal feed value chain, with discussions covering the following critical stages in the supply chain.
Why you Must Attend this Webinar
CHRISTOPHER WAINAINA – COMMERCIAL DIRECTOR, EAST AFRICA, BRUKER
ANDREW CHINTALA – PRESIDENT, MILLERS ASSOCIATION OF ZAMBIA
STEFAN LUTZ – HEAD, AFRICAN MILLING SCHOOL
LEWIS NGWENYA – MANAGING DIRECTOR, ALLER AQUA ZAMBIA
OLAF DEGEN – BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER, EMEA, MICROBIOLOGY, BRUKER
AZIZA ELMAHDAOUI – DISTRIBUTOR MANAGER, EMEA, BRUKER
JOHNES NZIOKI – GRAINS & MILLING INDUSTRY CONSULTANT
SUFIAN KYARUA – SECRETARY GENERAL, TANZANIA ANIMAL FEED MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION