September 06, 2011

Sorghum has potential in Southeast Asia?

The tropical conditions of Southeast Asia is well suited for Sorghum due to its low vulnerability to moulds and mycotoxins and its ability to be stored for longer. According to Adel Yusupov, US Grains Council regional director in Southeast Asia, there are two key reasons for its low use in the region. One is competitive pricing and consistent supply, the other reason is the colour, most consumers in this region prefer the deep yellow of the yolks, fats and skins of poultry and swine. Read more ...

This blog is written by Martin Little, The Global Miller, published and supported by the GFMT Magazine and the International Milling Directory from Perendale Publishers
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