The International Feed Industry Federation (IFIF) successfully launched its Global Animal Nutrition Programme feed safety training in Tanzania.
The International Feed Industry Federation (IFIF) launched its Global Animal Nutrition Programme feed safety training in Tanzania to increase safety and feed quality at the production level. Supported by the U.S. Grains Council and the Tanzanian Feed Industry Association (TAFMA), the training programme based on the IFIF FAO Feed Manual of Good Practices for the Feed Industry focussed on increasing safety and feed quality at the production level by training over 60 representatives from the Tanzanian feed industries.
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Alexandra de Athayde, IFIF Executive Director, said “we are pleased that we were able to hold the IFIF Global Animal Nutrition Programme in Tanzania with the support of the U.S. Grains Council and the Tanzanian Feed Industry Association. The IFIF training has real impacts for participants who can apply their new feed safety skills in feed mills across Tanzania and I congratulate all the participants for their dedication.”
Sufian Z. Kyarua, Secretary general of TAFMA, said “the Tanzania feed industry is diverse and we are committed to continue working with our members towards achieving international benchmarks for animal feed safety and human food safety. Through the IFIF training programme our feed millers are better able to understand and implement the FAO/IFIF Code of Practice for Good Animal Feeding and other Codex standards, including hazards associated with animal feed, good production practices, cross contamination, and sampling and analysis.”
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