Training on value-added livestock products to be opened in August


Training on value-added livestock products, organized by the Myanmar Livestock Federation and the Department of Livestock Development of Thailand, is slated to kick off in August, MLF reported.
The training will offer technical know-how on value-added dairy and meat products at the Livestock Product Research and Development Centre in ChiangMai, Thailand.
MLF is making efforts to effectuate the development of the livestock sector and ensure food security for the people ‌‌‌‌‌‌‌and food safety. The federation is joining hands with local and international organizations to enhance the value-added businesses on livestock products.
The COVID-19 travel restrictions shut down those training courses. Now, they are planning to resume.
They are one-week intensive courses. The professionals from Thailand will conduct practical and theoretical training. The experienced interpreters will provide communication access during the instructions.
The modules of the production of value-added dairy products in the last batch were fundamentals of value-added production of cream, yoghurts and ice cream, production of various cheeses, production of condensed milk and evaporated milk, production of cosmetics with the use of milk such as lotion and salt scrub, milk creamy coffee, innovative products and the field trip to the small, medium and large dairy enterprises, retail shops and restaurants.
The value-added meat production courses offer the principles of value-added meat products, slaughtering management, dried meats and jerky production, displayed items (smoked, BBQ, roasted, steak and curry), study tour to meat cow and native poultry farms, value-added meat products processing factories, restaurants and shops and grocery stores.
The Livestock Product Research and Development Center adds new modules related to popular marketable items every year. The centre also asks for ideas from the trainees as well.
The trainees bear the Yangon-Chiang Mai-Yangon flight cost, training fees and training materials. The centre set the affordable courses.
Those enthusiastic entrepreneurs and startups in value-added markets can enquire about the training programme through contact number 09 752278795 and [email protected] of the Myanmar Rice Federation. — NN/GNLM

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