This is a half-day conference for feed producers who wish to take the opportunity while attending the VIV MEA 2016 Exhibition to learn from feed and food experts about innovative developments in milling technology. Attending the conference is free but pre-registration would be appreciated.
(Badges for those preregistering) 09:15-09:30: Welcome and Introduction
SESSION: Innovations in Milling Technology
09:30-10:00: A Robust Compound Feed Industry – Opportunities for the Middle East & Africa, by Roger Gilbert, Publisher, Milling and Grain magazine, UK
10:00-10:30: MultiGrain – New market opportunities for processing local grain into traditional foods, by Raphael Krucker, Head of Customer Service and Business Development – Middle East and Africa Region, Bühler DMCC, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
10:30-11:00: Feed Equipment Innovation, (Speaker to be advised)
11:00-11:30: The Role of Extrusion Processing in Feed Production, by Mian N. Riaz, PhD, CFS, Director, Food Protein R& D Center and Head – Extrusion Technology Program Graduate Faculty, Nutrition and Food Science Dept. Texas A&M University, USA
11:30-12:00: Feed safety and third party certification by Emmanuel Geneiatakis, Secretary General, FAMI-QS12:00-12:30
This conference will be held on the morning of February 15 2016. It is part of VIV MEA and GFIA 2016 which has co-locate to deliver the largest events on sustainable agriculture innovations in the Middle East. VIV MEA is held from February 15 – 17, 2016 at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Company (ADNEC) in Abu Dhabi.
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