Registration has opened for the North American Millers’ Association (NAMA) virtual spring conference. The conference opens on April 16 with the NAMA Technical Committee meeting and continues on April 19 and 20 with soft wheat, corn and oat division meetings prior to the general sessions.
The April 19 general session will feature Sally Lyons, executive vice president and practice leader of client insights at IRI, discussing what the industry should expect from post-COVID retail consumer demand and Dale Nellor, vice president of government and regulatory affairs at NAMA, leading a panel of industry representatives discussing food safety culture.
On April 20, Debbie Reed from the Ecosystem Services Market Consortium will educate participants on emerging carbon and water quality markets, a hot topic among policymakers in the nation’s capital.
Also featured that day will be the world oat outlook, as well as the soft wheat crop report and forecast, both regular features of the NAMA Spring Conference.
NAMA members and allied industry can register at: https://inevent.com/en/NAMA/AprilMeeting/hotsite.phpclickheretoregister.