A global event at the headquarters of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) highlighted the role of pulses in maintaining soil health and providing vital nutrition to communities worldwide, under the theme ‘Pulses: Nourishing Soils and People’.
World cereal production in 2023 is seen on track to hit an all-time record high of 2,836 million tons – up 1.2 percent from 2022, according to FAO’s latest Cereal Supply and Demand Brief. This represents a 1.2 percent (33.3 million tons) increase from the 2022 level.
Louis Dreyfus Company (LDC) announced the construction of a pea protein isolate production plant dedicated to its Plant Proteins business, at the site of its existing industrial complex in Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Russia, the world wheat export leader for the past three seasons, is poised to establish a new record, targeting a 51 million tons in sales for the current season.
The milling industry, stands at a critical crossroads. The drive for novel and diverse products, intensified by the cut-throat nature of pricing strategies, is pushing the industry towards an innovative brink.
The integration of new flour correctors into the wheat-to-bakery product pipeline represents a significant leap forward in addressing wheat quality challenges and meeting the evolving demands of the bakery industry.
The interest in ‘composite flour,’ a blend of non-wheat and wheat flours, is on the rise in several regions, with a notable emphasis in Africa, as a cost-effective alternative amid uncertainties in wheat prices.
In the changing landscape of the milling industry, the February issue of Miller Magazine looks at ground-breaking innovations that promise to reshape the future of flour production.
In an exclusive interview with Miller Magazine, TMO General Manager Mr. Ahmet Güldal stated, “2023 was an exceptionally fruitful year for our country. Our wheat production surged to 22 million tons.
Daniel Whitley, the Administrator of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS), shared insights in an exclusive interview with Miller Magazine.
Millers for Nutrition is an industry-led coalition launched in 2023, which aims to help millers produce adequately fortified staple foods and reach one billion people with fortified rice, edible oil and flour by 2026.
In this study, the artificial intelligence based Jetmaster Fan Control System was installed on 6 pieces of 110kW pneumatic fans in the Ova Flour factory, drawing a total power of 592kW, and the system performance was examined.
The agribusiness sector is a vital component of Argentina’s economy, accounting for a significant portion of its GDP and exports. However, drought in the country will reduce grain production and could result in the worst harvest in the last 15 seasons.
“If growth in average yields matches recent trends, and assuming normal weather, global grain produ...
Prof. Dr. Mustafa BAYRAM
Editor-in-Chief of Peer-reviewed articles section-Miller Journal
"We expect price fluctuations in foreign markets will continue because of the c...
Ukraine’s grain exports face significant challenges, with decreased volumes attributed to blocked Black Sea ports and Russian attacks on Danube River ports.
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