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INTERNATIONAL FOOD AND AGRIBUSINESS MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION


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IFAMA is a membership organization that brings together the world's leading scholars and students, industry and NGO professionals, and policy makers to improve the strategic focus, transparency, sustainability and responsiveness of the food and agribusiness system.  

  

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VOLUME 24  ISSUE 3

Released in April 2021

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IFAMR Special Issue 

Opportunities & Challenges of the EU Farm-to-Fork Strategy

The launch of the Farm-to-Fork (F2F) strategy in May of 2020 brings a new perspective for integrating agri-food systems.
IFAMA is publishing an 
annual “IFAMA Europe Special Issue,” focusing on currently discussed topics of European agri-food systems. 

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GLOBAL AND VIRTUAL

21-25 June 2021

This livestreamed conference focuses on the theme of digitalization and the broader dynamics of innovation in agri-food sectors.

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IFAMA 2021 VIRTUAL CASE COMPETITION

In its 15th year, IFAMA's International Student Case Competition is the ONLY global case competition specifically targeting the agribusiness sector bringing together students from around the world in a rare venue to demonstrate their analytical and problem-solving skills. The competition provides students and their universities a global stage to showcase the next generation of business leaders in the ag sector.

Team applications are due by 30 April 2021
Preliminaries May 14-15
Finals June 21-25

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Discover the new IFAMA Young Board

VIRTUAL DISCUSSION SERIES

The panel discusses the various perspective of the current farmer agitation in India & looks at what are the underlying causes for the agitation. The panel also attempts to look for solutions which can benefit Indian Agriculture.


IFAMA BLOG

Professor, Peter Goldsmith, of University of Illinois, and Director of the Soybean Innovation Lab has recently formed a partnership with Argentine company, Rizobacter, to bring soybean technology to 26 African countries.

A cutting-edge inoculant is applied to the soybean seed before planting to ensure the right type of bacteria for the plant are present in the soil. These bacteria help the plant form nodules on the root system, allowing the plant to convert Nitrogen from the atmosphere into a compound that enables plant growth and the formation of beans.

“This partnership provides the soybean industry with access to a high-quality source of inoculant, which is an extremely effective and low-cost solution to improving soybean productivity,” said Dr. Goldsmith.

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