1 | © Bühler | Milling Technology II 2011
Food Security and
Its Key Challenges
NCM
Durban, South Africa
March 15, 2013
Dr....
2 | © Bühler |
Agenda.
Bühler Group – At a glance
The unsustainable world – A challenge
Food Security - A definition
Food ...
3 | © Bühler |
Bühler at a glance.
Global market leader with strong roots in local markets.
Group turnover (sales) 2012: C...
4 | © Bühler |
In the region for the region.
Global presence.
Corporate Presentation | Corporate Communications | 2013
5 | © Bühler |
Global market leadership.
Successful in all markets.
Corporate Presentation | Corporate Communications | 20...
6 | © Bühler |
Global Trends
Development of the global population
1400 1450 1500 1550 1600 1650 1700 1750 1800 1850 1900 1...
7 | © Bühler |
Key Challenges
The world is on an unsustainable track
Food Security | NCM | Dr. Peter C. Böhni | March 15, ...
8 | © Bühler |
World Business Council for Sustainable Development
A platform for strategic dialogues
Food Security | NCM |...
9 | © Bühler |
Key Challenges
The world is on an unsustainable track
Food Security | NCM | Dr. Peter C. Böhni | March 15, ...
10 | © Bühler |
Innovation Challenges
Human Development within the limits of the planet
Food Security | NCM | Dr. Peter C....
11 | © Bühler |
Innovation Challenges
Resource-efficiency and/or increase in living standard
Food Security | NCM | Dr. Pet...
12 | © Bühler |
Food Security.
A Definition.
Food security is a measure of
ensured access to essential
nutrition.
It refer...
13 | © Bühler |
Food Security.
Food Security Risk Index 2010
The WHO defines three facets of food
security:
- food availab...
14 | © Bühler |
Three Paradoxes
Food Security | NCM | Dr. Peter C. Böhni | March 15, 2013
15 | © Bühler |
Food Loss and Food Waste
Food Security | NCM | Dr. Peter C. Böhni | March 15, 2013
16 | © Bühler |
Food Losses – Food Waste
In the Case of Grains in 2011.
Food Security | NCM | Dr. Peter C. Böhni | March 1...
17 | © Bühler | Sales Training BBS Food Safety | Michael Jacobs (GLMT4) | 2012
Isigayo –
Maize Mill
18 | © Bühler |
Market Requirements for the Buhler Compact Mill
Isigayo concept of 26. November 2010.
Maize Mill with 1 t/...
19 | © Bühler |
Completed mill
Food Security | NCM | Dr. Peter C. Böhni | March 15, 2013
NutriRice™ –
An Innovation for a
Better World
21 | © Bühler |
Vitamin and mineral losses during rice milling
and polishing
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
Brown rice W...
22 | © Bühler |
Bühler fortified rice process
Rice milling causes up to 20% of broken kernels
Bühler/DSM proprietary forti...
23 | © Bühler |
Bühler rice fortification process
Through extrusion cooking the mixture of rice flour and premix (vitamins...
24 | © Bühler |
Fortified Rice (Mix of natural rice with fortified
rice kernels)
Natural appearance
Option of coloured ker...
Instant Maize
26 | © Bühler |
Traditional maize meal requires approx. 30 min of
cooking.
Instant / Quick Cooking maize meal requires app...
27 | © Bühler |
Energy Savings: Significant reduction in cooking
time saves energy and reduces environmental
burdens.
Enha...
28 | © Bühler |
Summary
Food Security Key Challenges
Food Security (food and water supply)
Food Loss and Food Waste
Malnut...
29 | © Bühler |
Summary
Food Security
The world produces enough food
Production plants for smaller
communities (Isigayo)
O...
30 | © Bühler | Milling Technology II 2011
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  1. 1. 1 | © Bühler | Milling Technology II 2011 Food Security and Its Key Challenges NCM Durban, South Africa March 15, 2013 Dr. Peter C. Böhni
  2. 2. 2 | © Bühler | Agenda. Bühler Group – At a glance The unsustainable world – A challenge Food Security - A definition Food Security in the view of: - Food Loss - Food Waste Bühler’s Innovations for a better world - Isigayo - Instant Maize - NutriRice Summary Food Security | NCM | Dr. Peter C. Böhni | March 15, 2013
  3. 3. 3 | © Bühler | Bühler at a glance. Global market leader with strong roots in local markets. Group turnover (sales) 2012: CHF 2’400 million (= ZAR 23’200 million) Over 10,000 employees and some 550 apprentices worldwide. Present in over 140 countries. About 70 affiliated companies and branch offices, 25 production sites, and more than 30 service stations around the globe. High innovation rate (4.3% of sales for research and development). Consistently high quality standard worldwide. 100 % family-owned. Corporate Presentation | Corporate Communications | 2013
  4. 4. 4 | © Bühler | In the region for the region. Global presence. Corporate Presentation | Corporate Communications | 2013
  5. 5. 5 | © Bühler | Global market leadership. Successful in all markets. Corporate Presentation | Corporate Communications | 2013 MALT 75% SILVER PASTE 75% WHEAT 75% CHOCOLATE 65% PET 63% PASTA 40% BREAKTFAST CEREALS 35% DIE CASTING 25% ANIMAL FEED 20% OILSEEDS 20% BIOMASS 15% RICE 15%
  6. 6. 6 | © Bühler | Global Trends Development of the global population 1400 1450 1500 1550 1600 1650 1700 1750 1800 1850 1900 1950 2000 2050 1 2 3 4 5 6.1 9.3 1804 1960 1974 1987 2000 2050 1927 1399 3672 5428 1950 2000 2050 Asia 221 794 2000 1950 2000 2050 Africa167 519 806 1950 2000 2050 South America 172 314 438 1950 2000 2050 North America 548 727 603 1950 2000 2050 Europe 13 31 47 1950 2050 Oceania 2000 Food Security | NCM | Dr. Peter C. Böhni | March 15, 2013
  7. 7. 7 | © Bühler | Key Challenges The world is on an unsustainable track Food Security | NCM | Dr. Peter C. Böhni | March 15, 2013
  8. 8. 8 | © Bühler | World Business Council for Sustainable Development A platform for strategic dialogues Food Security | NCM | Dr. Peter C. Böhni | March 15, 2013
  9. 9. 9 | © Bühler | Key Challenges The world is on an unsustainable track Food Security | NCM | Dr. Peter C. Böhni | March 15, 2013
  10. 10. 10 | © Bühler | Innovation Challenges Human Development within the limits of the planet Food Security | NCM | Dr. Peter C. Böhni | March 15, 2013
  11. 11. 11 | © Bühler | Innovation Challenges Resource-efficiency and/or increase in living standard Food Security | NCM | Dr. Peter C. Böhni | March 15, 2013
  12. 12. 12 | © Bühler | Food Security. A Definition. Food security is a measure of ensured access to essential nutrition. It refers to a household's or country's ability to provide future physical and economic access to sufficient, safe, and nutritious food that fulfills the dietary needs and food preferences for living an active and healthy lifestyle. Food Security | NCM | Dr. Peter C. Böhni | March 15, 2013
  13. 13. 13 | © Bühler | Food Security. Food Security Risk Index 2010 The WHO defines three facets of food security: - food availability (= sufficient quantities) - food access (= sufficient resources) - food use (=appropriate use based on knowledge of basic nutrition and care) The FAO adds a fourth facet: the stability of the first three dimensions of food security over time The Food Security Risk Index 2010, released by risk analysis and rating firm Maplecroft, evaluates the risks to the supply of basic food staples for 163 countries. It uses 12 criteria developed in collaboration with the World Food Program, to calculate the ranking including: the nutritional and health status of populations, cereal production and imports, GDP per capita, natural disasters, conflict, and the effectiveness of government. Food Security | NCM | Dr. Peter C. Böhni | March 15, 2013
  14. 14. 14 | © Bühler | Three Paradoxes Food Security | NCM | Dr. Peter C. Böhni | March 15, 2013
  15. 15. 15 | © Bühler | Food Loss and Food Waste Food Security | NCM | Dr. Peter C. Böhni | March 15, 2013
  16. 16. 16 | © Bühler | Food Losses – Food Waste In the Case of Grains in 2011. Food Security | NCM | Dr. Peter C. Böhni | March 15, 2013
  17. 17. 17 | © Bühler | Sales Training BBS Food Safety | Michael Jacobs (GLMT4) | 2012 Isigayo – Maize Mill
  18. 18. 18 | © Bühler | Market Requirements for the Buhler Compact Mill Isigayo concept of 26. November 2010. Maize Mill with 1 t/h capacity (up to 2t/h with other grains) Little infrastructure, easily transportable Efficient extraction Reliable production process (24/7) Buhler coverage and Customer Services Simple to operate and maintain Return on Investment < 3 years Food Security | NCM | Dr. Peter C. Böhni | March 15, 2013
  19. 19. 19 | © Bühler | Completed mill Food Security | NCM | Dr. Peter C. Böhni | March 15, 2013
  20. 20. NutriRice™ – An Innovation for a Better World
  21. 21. 21 | © Bühler | Vitamin and mineral losses during rice milling and polishing 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Brown rice White rice Food Security | NCM | Dr. Peter C. Böhni | March 15, 2013
  22. 22. 22 | © Bühler | Bühler fortified rice process Rice milling causes up to 20% of broken kernels Bühler/DSM proprietary fortified rice process allows to use the low cost by-product from rice milling Rice Mill Whole Kernels Broken Kernels Extrusion Fortification Paddy Rice Fortified Rice Food Security | NCM | Dr. Peter C. Böhni | March 15, 2013
  23. 23. 23 | © Bühler | Bühler rice fortification process Through extrusion cooking the mixture of rice flour and premix (vitamins and minerals) is formed into kernels resembling natural rice. Shape can be flexibly adjusted according to different natural rice shapes Food Security | NCM | Dr. Peter C. Böhni | March 15, 2013
  24. 24. 24 | © Bühler | Fortified Rice (Mix of natural rice with fortified rice kernels) Natural appearance Option of coloured kernels Fortified rice kernels with highly concentrated vitamin and mineral mix Mixing ratio of e.g. 0.5 – 5% is sufficient. Vitamin losses from processing to table are minimal. Good organoleptic properties Fortified rice kernels mixed with natural rice kernels uncooked and cooked and natural rice with red fortified rice kernels Food Security | NCM | Dr. Peter C. Böhni | March 15, 2013
  25. 25. Instant Maize
  26. 26. 26 | © Bühler | Traditional maize meal requires approx. 30 min of cooking. Instant / Quick Cooking maize meal requires approx. 3 min of cooking. Shelf life > 6months; steaming and kilning at high temperatures during process strongly reduces microbiological counts Same texture, elasticity and mouth feel as traditionally prepared maize meal. First two plants are currently being commissioned in South Africa Instant / Quick Cooking Maize Meal. A Buhler Innovation (patented technology) + = Food Security | NCM | Dr. Peter C. Böhni | March 15, 2013
  27. 27. 27 | © Bühler | Energy Savings: Significant reduction in cooking time saves energy and reduces environmental burdens. Enhanced Food Safety: The shelf life of the product is > 6months; steaming and kilning at high temperatures during process strongly reduces microbiological counts Nutrition: Opportunities for fortification with a broad spectrum of vitamins and minerals. Instant / Quick Cooking Maize Meal. Addressing the needs of Africa. Food Security | NCM | Dr. Peter C. Böhni | March 15, 2013
  28. 28. 28 | © Bühler | Summary Food Security Key Challenges Food Security (food and water supply) Food Loss and Food Waste Malnutrition: Too little or too much! Nutrient deficiencies vs. Obesity Nutrition and/or energy disbalances (eating disorders, type two diabetes, heart disease, cardiovascular disease) Food safety (natural vs. processed food) Social trends (traceability of food, different lifestyle patterns and family structures) Demands for transparency and public involvement in policy making Food Security | NCM | Dr. Peter C. Böhni | March 15, 2013
  29. 29. 29 | © Bühler | Summary Food Security The world produces enough food Production plants for smaller communities (Isigayo) Optimal use of by-products (NutriRice, LEURON) Solutions for sustainable production (Instant maize, Ecomatik) Food Security | NCM | Dr. Peter C. Böhni | March 15, 2013 Nutrition Application Know-how Ingredients Technology Process Health
  30. 30. 30 | © Bühler | Milling Technology II 2011 Thank you!

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