|The Global Milling Conference will feature a |
host of international speakers and delegates
Meeting the food and feed security needs of nine billion people by 2050 will again form the basis of this two-day annual event that has moved from Chennai in Southern India (where the inaugural sessions were held in February this year), to Bangalore, a more accessible
centre for millers from throughout the country.
What will the Second Global Milling Conference involve?
Hosted jointly by Grain and Feed Milling Technology (GFMT) and Assocom-India, the Global Milling Conference will feature a host of international speakers and delegates with the aim of reviewing the Indian milling industry - flour, rice, feed and grains - from a milling processing point-of-view.
India, with its one-billion-plus population, will be a major user of milled products and a leading country in total milled grains in the decades ahead and will lead the region in technological advancements.
Milling in India will benefit from the adoption of modern milling practices and processes which this conference aims to highlight.
When / where is the Second Global Milling Conference?
Hosted in the same week and city as VIV India 2014, the conference takes place at the Vivanta Taj Hotel, Bangalore, India from 23 - 24 April 2014.
Delegates will be able to attend both events during the one visit to Bangalore.
For a full conference programme and registration details, visit the Second Global Milling Conference website here.