Canadian International Grains Institute

Archives: November 2014

18
Nov
2014
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Cigi’s Rex Newkirk spoke recently with Kelvin Heppner on Real Agriculture’s ‘Wheat School’ about the new crop missions currently ongoing, gluten strength levels in the wheat crop this year, and how the incidence of mildew has affected milling quality. Click here to see the post and video, courtesy of RealAgriculture.com: http://www.realagriculture.com/2014/11/wheat-school-milling-quality-surprisingly-high/  

17
Nov
2014
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The Canadian Grain Industry Overview Course is designed to give anyone involved in the grain business a broad understanding of the domestic and global environment in which the business operates. This course covers the roles and responsibilities of government regulators, industry associations, grain companies, transportation companies, producers, and the interrelationships between each. Participants include a … continue reading →

13
Nov
2014
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Representatives from Cigi, Canadian Grain Commission, and the newly formed Cereals Canada have joined together to embark on missions around the world this week to discuss the new crop with Canadian wheat customers. “We’ll be giving customers a good base of information, available to all end users to get a better understanding of how the … continue reading →

07
Nov
2014
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Cigi technical staff attending the American Association of Cereal Chemists International annual meeting in Providence, Rhode Island in October shared their results from applied research work investigating the effects of pulse flours in Asian products and the characteristics of pea flour made from partially germinated peas. Lindsay Bourré, Technical Specialist, Pulses, presented ‘The Effects of … continue reading →