The first annual Corn Dry Milling Conference was in 1959. The scientific conference is co-sponsored by NAMA and the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Center for Agricultural Utilization Research (NCAUR). It is held every spring in Peoria, IL at NCAUR. The objective of the conference is to share information about the corn dry milling industry, including food safety, corn product consumption and the latest advances in milling, product testing technologies and the science of corn production technology. Corn millers, corn seed producers, people involved in food corn product manufacturing or sales, and agricultural engineers dealing in the production, handling, storage and processing of corn products for food are encouraged to attend. The conference gives attendees the opportunity to interact with industry colleagues involved in corn milling and product manufacturing. Attendance is usually around 50 people from the corn chain.
More details about this year’s program will be provided in a preliminary schedule in the coming weeks.
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For further information about the meeting, please contact Terri Long, Director of Meetings, at 202.484.2200, extension 11 or firstname.lastname@example.org.