Khartoum – A delegation representing a number of American companies, headed by Ms. Florie Liser, visited Dal Food where they were welcomed by Mr. Mutasim Daoud Abdellatif and a number of company directors as well as senior staff members. The delegation toured the facility and observed the wheat milling processes in Sayga Mills performed by the latest technologies in that field.
The delegation also visited the Dal Feed Factory where the staff organized a small exhibition of the various animal feeds produced by the company, how they are prepared, and the rates of concentration therein.
Thereafter, the delegation visited the Dairy Factory and toured the Spray-drying facility where Gum Arabic and milk is spray-dried and powdered. The factory is the largest of its kind in the country and is considered an economic initiative that will save the foreign currency devoted to importing powdered milk, on one hand, and on the other, to generate foreign currency through the export of value-added Gum Arabic.
The delegation saw first-hand the experience of Dal Dairy Factory, the largest in the region, and followed the milk production cycle from its arrival from the collection centers to the preparation of milk and other dairy products for daily consumption.
The visit of the delegation concluded at Al’ailafoun farm where they attended a presentation on the technologies used in dairy farming and agricultural processes, and had the opportunity to better understand the various projects of Dal which reflect the model of agricultural-industrial complementary.
Celebrating DAL Food achievements in 2016. Courtesy of DAL Food Strategy..
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