BANGALORE, INDIA — ASSOCOM INDIA is organizing the 2nd Version of Global Milling Conference on April 23-24, in Bangalore, Karnataka, India. The 2nd Global Milling Conference will be hosted in the same week in city as VIV India 2014.

This event looks at bringing to India international participants as either speakers or delegates to review 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. 

Dr. Dinesh Bhosale, chairman of the Compound Indian Feed Manufacture’s Association (CLFMA) will be one of the keynote presenters and will be addressing feed technology in an industry that is booming in terms of total feed production.  

He will be joined by the Director of Indian Institute of Crop Processing Technology (IICPT) K. Alagusundaram; V. Prakash, scientist, CSIR – India, Mysore; Ram Rajasekharan, FNA, FASc, FNASc, FNAAS Director - Central Food Technological Research Institute Council of Scientific and Industrial Research; and Pratish Batavia, the managing director of PD Navakar Bio-Chem Pvt.  

This year’s program covers feed and food over six sessions and a panel discussion.

Day 1
Session 1: Opening & Keynote presentation
Session 2: Food & Feed Security “Feeding 9 billion by 2050” 
Session 3: Milling Developments 1 “Minimizing energy usage in the mill”

Day 2
Session 4: Storage & Transportation “Quality in Quality Out”
Session 5: New Technologies “What’s new in feed and food milling?”
                  Processing of cereal grains and pulses for value value-added food ingredients
Session 6: Feed & Food Heat Treatments “Maintaining hygienic standards and the way ahead Adopting quality control programs & regulations”

Registrations can be made through: