Asia Feed Business Outlook
Rabobank predicts global African swine fever (ASF) and COVID-19 recovery will continue to be the biggest drivers for change in the global animal protein market in 2021. China's ability to recover from ASF will have major impacts on global animal protein production and trade while COVID-19 will continue to impact all areas of animal protein production and distribution as recovery takes place. In addition, traditional buying habits could forever change the outlook of some animal protein markets.
How should the feed industry position themselves to meet the growth projection? What are the megatrends impacting the food and feed value chain? How are players in the feed value chain meeting their ESG goals?
Sign up for CMT's Asia Feed Business Webinar on 21 Jan 2021 at 1530 SGT (GMT +8) to gain insights on growth strategy in Asia's feed business, India's changing feed markets, China's Feed Grains Appetite & Its Impact On Global Trade, and alternative ingredients in a changing world.
Hear from senior executives from Pilmico Animal Nutrition Corporation., Japfa Comfeed Vietnam, Godrej Agrovet Limited, Adisseo Asia Pacific, Olam International, Genesis Feed Technologies.
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