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The Effect of Damaged Starch in Flour Milling on the Quality of Baked Goods
July 2017 by Dr. Mahmoud Riad, Egyptian Milling Society, Secretary General Introduction: The recovery of flour ingredients from wheat during processing is not without deleterious effects. High speed rollers and mechanical …Read More  »
Govt. Insists a Ban on Maize Export Won’t Be Lifted
June 30, 2017 – Food Business Africa  TANZANIA – The government has reiterated that the ban on maize exports is here to stay and that those trying to go contrary to …Read More  »
Angola’s Wheat Milling Capacity Expands
June 22, 2017 – by Holly Demaree New Grandes Moagens de Angola wheat mill in Luanda (right) and 40,000-tonne storage facility (left). WASHINGTON, D.C., U.S. — Angola’s newly opened flour mills …Read More  »
SA Forecasts Record Maize Harvest
June 21, 2017 – Food Business Africa  SOUTH AFRICA – The decline in the price of maize could lead to a decline in the price of food in the long run. This …Read More  »
North African Trade Team Examines U.S. Wheat
June 2, 2017 – by Susan Reidy MAGHREB, AFRICA – A trade team from North Africa got a deeper look at U.S. wheat during a visit in mid-May led by Mina …Read More  »
Maize Stock Reserves Enough for Half Day
May 16, 2017 – Food Business Africa KENYA – Maize at Kenya’s strategic grain reserves will this week fall to 50,000 90kg-bags, enough to feed the country for half a …Read More  »
Tanzanian Farmers Expect Good Rice Harvesting Season
May 9, 2017- Food Business Africa TANZANIA – Tanzania rice farmers need to open small rice milling plants and package facilities to boost sales of the food product in the …Read More  »
Understanding the Role of Heat Treatment of Flour
May 4, 2017 – by Dr Mahmoud Riad, Egyptian Milling Society Secretary General, Egypt Flour Heat Treatment (FHT) is a process designed to modify the properties of flour, germ and bran. …Read More  »
Grain Consumption Increase ups UAE’s Imports
May 2, 2017 – by Holly Demaree WASHINGTON, D.C., U.S. — The United Arab Emirate’s (UAE) severe climatic conditions restrict domestic agricultural production meaning the country relies heavily on the …Read More  »
Technical profile: South Africa’s Milling Challenge
April 25, 2017 – by Asanda Hewana and Martina Mollenhauer The milling industry in South Africa is currently facing a number of challenges. Because of the supply situation, the millers …Read More  »
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