than 150 companies from across the world, convening to showcase their products covering food and drink, equipment, food services and hospitality at the largest
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The three-day multisector meeting discussed current issues in the food supply chain management. It presented latest modern channels of food distribution in the region, advances in food handling and logistics, updates on safety management, and regulations on importation and exportation. Industry experts from domestic and international large-scale food companies, governments, agencies and associations gave their insights on how to consolidate and implement
better measures in food distribution retail in Nigeria.
- Address challenges in the food supply chain management
- Identify improved measures and policies in food distribution
- Identify new and traditional food channels
- Discuss safety management in transport and infrastructure
- Determine business opportunities to export
- Determine business opportunities to import
- Understand the increasing shift from consumption of unpackaged, unbranded food to stronger demand for packaged and processed food
- Business innovation in food distribution, processing and service in Nigeria ; Chris John Mamuda – Managing Director, Global Spring Consulting Nigeria Ltd, Abuja, Nigeria
- Challenges in facilities and sanitation, processing technologies ; Ayotunde F. Ogunrinde – CEO, QSR Consult; Just Food, Lagos, Nigeria
- Food consumption, challenges and aspirations related to BoP consumers in Nigeria ; Thompson Ogunsanmi – National Cluster Advisor, IFDC- 2SCALE Project, North West African Division, Abuja, Nigeria
- Food safety program ; Fubara A Chuku – National Coordinator, Federal Ministry of Health Abuja, Nigeria
- Subsisting EU ban on Nigerian food exports and imports ; Dr Olatunde Oluwatola – Senior Lecturer, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Yewa Campus, Ayetoro, Ogun State, Nigeria
- Challenges in the food export industry ; Dr Obiora Madu – Chairman, Export Group, , Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Lagos,Nigeria
- Food contamination ; Dr Dan Orji – , Safe Food Awareness Initiative
- Food preservations – the good, the bad in Sub Saharan African ; Adedotun Abayomi Adepoju – Training Manager, Tantalizers, Lagos, Nigeria
Lagos, May 18, 2016 (NAN) The Poultry Association of Nigeria (PAN) says the poultry sub-sector is contributing 25 per cent to the nation’s Gross Domestic Products (GDP) annually, amounting to the single largest contributor to agriculture.
Dr Ayoola Oduntan, President of the association made this known in Lagos on Wednesday at the 4th Poultry Summit, 2016 tagged: “The Role of Poultry Industry in Economic Revival of Nigeria,’’ the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports.
“The sub-sector is a major consumer of commodities such as maize, cassava, soya beans and polished rice. We have it on good record that poultry contributes 25 per cent of the agriculture GDP of the country. Poultry is probably the single largest sector in agriculture, for instance, we consume 25 per cent of the maize produced in this country; we consume a lot of the polish from the rice. We also consume the entire soya beans produced as by-products; we consume cassava so we play a very significant role in the country’s economy. We are very happy that at last the industry is getting the recognition it deserves’’
The Poultry Association of Nigeria is an Association of poultry producers embracing all persons and organizations involved in Poultry Production. This includes input suppliers, commercial feed millers, service providers and all persons that have interest for Poultry Production.