Oils & Fats International Issue
OFI January 2020

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OFI January 2020

Our January 2020 issue focuses on rising global demand for coconut oil and how Indonesian smallholders, who make up more than 90% of the country’s coconut industry, are struggling to keep up with production due to aging trees and low returns.

On the topic of palm oil, we look at how mini mills can benefit smallholders while helping them to secure finance and improve the crop’s image.

We report on the European rendering industry and how the spread of African swine fever is causing concern among some users of processed animal proteins (PAPs).

The January issue provides a round-up of the latest news and developments relating to projects and technology around the world.

We also examine how the oilseeds industry can reduce its emissions by introducing energy efficiency measures across its operations.

OFI’s regular mix of news, event listings and statistics also feature in this issue.

A bonus distribution of this issue will be made at the:

Price Outlook Conference (POC) 2020, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 2-4 March 2020

Fuels of the Future 2020, Berlin, Germany, 20-21 January 2020

International Rendering Symposium at the International Production & Processing Expo, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 28-30 January 2020

World Congress and Oils & Fats (WCOF) 2020, Sydney, Australia, 9-12 February 2020

January 2020 highlights

Editor’s Comment

Making the distinction


Biofuel News

Biotech News

Transport & Logistics News

Renewable News

Diary of Events


Coconut oil

Keeping up with rising demand

Palm oil

The benefits of mini mills

Plant & Technology

Global round-up of projects


Energy efficiency needed


African swine fever concerns

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