Oils & Fats International Issue | July/August 2016Subscribe and don't miss an issue.
Our July/August 2016 issue reports on Ahiflower oil, which has been selectively bred to contain high levels of omega-3 fatty acids and may be a viable alternative to fish oil.
The magazine also looks at fortification of vegetable oil in India as a solution to address malnutrition and the growth of New Zealand butter sales.
We focus on the port of Jebel Ali in Dubai, the largest man-made habour in the world and a busy centre for oilseed and vegetable oil trade across the region.
And we devote our feature on instrumentation to various potential uses of Bench-top Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) in the palm oil industry.
Our July/August issue also features our usual mix of news, event listings and statistics.
Bonus distributions will be made at the 20th Anniversary Globoil on 21-23 September in Goa, India; at the 14th Eurofedlipid Congress on 18-21 September in Ghent, Belgium; and at the 4th International Conference on Black Sea Oil Trade on 7 September in Kiev, Ukraine.
July/August 2016 highlights
Editor’s Comment: The impact of Brexit
Transport & Logistics News
Renewable Materials News
Diary of Events
Growing green biolubricants
Transport & shipping
Gateway to the Middle East
A step forward in plant-based fish oil
NMR applications with palm oil
Fighting malnutrition in China
Kiwi means quality
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In next months issue:
- Plant, equipment and technology
- Speciality fats and oils
- National Renderers Association (NRA) 83rd Annual Convention, 17-21 October 2016, Florida, USA
- PORAM Annual Forum, 21 October, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia
- 14h Roundtable Meeting on Sustainable Palm Oil (RT14), 7-10 November, Bangkok, Thailand
- China International Oils and Oilseeds Conference, 9 November, Guangzhou, China