* Engineer Emmanuel Onuorah
* Flour Mills GMD to chair breadmakers’ Day-Out
By Nudoiba Ojen
The Premium BreadMakers Association of Nigeria (PBAN) has concluded plans to tackle the challenges confronting the Baking Industry, partnering with key stakeholders.
This is against the background of economic downturn afflicting manufacturing sector in the country generally.
The association, through its President, Engineer Emmanuel Onuorah, said the PBAN would on Thursday 9th November, 2023 at its Day-Out, assemble critical stakeholders in the baking industry to map-out solutions to the nagging problems of bread bakings.
A statement by Brand Consultant, Eddy Ademosu, stated that eminent players and regulators, who will dissect the underlining causes of the industry’s hiccups and also make appropriate recommendations will gather at the Day-Out, with the theme, ‘Overcoming Baking Industry Challenges Under Harsh Economic Realities’.
According to Engineer Onuorah, the Group Managing Director (GMD), Flour Mills Nigeria Plc, Mr Boye Olusanya, will chair the gathering while the Director (Food Safety and Applied Nutrition), National Agency for Foods and Drugs Administration Control (NAFDAC), Ms Eva Edwards, would offer the regulator’s perspectives to the theme of the PBAN’s Day-Out.
Experts in the sector have noted lately that the BreadMaking Industry requires necessary government’s protection given its crucial importance in the value chain of foods availability to the mass populace.
Other activities earmarked for the Day-Out include: Bakers’ Exhibition, Networking, Interactive Session, Entertainment, etc.
The PBAN Day-Out is the first in the series of initiatives to ensure that Baking Industry keeps playing its prominent role in the food security of the country.