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PPMA 2015 Seminar: Disruptive Food Production in Africa

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PPMA 2015 Seminar: Disruptive Food Production in Africa

PPMA 2015 Seminar: Disruptive Food Production in Africa
September 01
10:06 2015

OAL will be chairing a seminar on disruptive food production in Africa at this year’s PPMA Show 2015 at 10am Thursday 1st October 2015.

The session will discuss the adoption of disruptive food production methods that create new markets and displace established technologies. Winani Chowa, Process Development Director at Dairy Gold Ltd. (Zambia) will be speaking on the successful launch of new maize based (Maheu) drinks manufactured using disruptive technologies.

Dairy Gold have replaced existing grain hydration technologies with OAL Steam Infusion to hydrate maize flour for their drinks process. In doing so they have dramatically reduced production costs and processing times whilst gaining the ability to vary product characteristics (smooth or grainy).

By reducing production costs and increasing capacity they have established a new market for the most economically disadvantaged people in Africa.

Please visit OAL’s stand D20 for more information. Not registered? There’s still time, visit https://www.livebuzzreg.co.uk/2015/ppma15/


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