KENYA – The dairy industry in Africa and the World has new platforms to learn and discover the latest updates on the industry, as the DairyBusinessAfrica.com email newsletters, website and Dairy Business Africa Magazine are launched by FW Africa.

According to Francis Juma, the Founder & CEO of FW Africa, the leading publishers of trade magazines and organisers of events in Africa, the launch of the email newsletters, come two months after the introduction of DairyBusinessAfrica.com website.

“The launch of DairyBusinessAfrica.com website has been a game changer to our team at FW Africa and to our readers. The website has enabled us to drill deeper into this vitally important sector in Africa and across the World, thereby enabling our audience with an interest in the dairy value chain to access all they need from one website,” reveals Juma.

He adds that the email newsletters, which will be sent out to readers twice a week, are being introduced to support the growth of the DairyBusinessAfrica.com website that was launched in December 2023.

He reveals that plans are underway to release the first edition of Dairy Business Africa magazine by February 2024. The magazine will be originally published every quarter, with 4 editions expected in 2024.

The dairy sector in Africa, which is projected by Statista to hit US$ 31.29 billion in 2020 from US$ 22.14 billion in 2024, has one of the most promising prospects in Africa.

According to Juma, FW Africa will ensure that the website, email newsletters and magazine will serve the interest of the dairy value chain stakeholders in Africa and the World with dedication and service at the core of their operations.

More resources for the food industry

According to Juma, DairyBusinessAfrica.com website, email newsletters and magazine are the latest additions to the company’s food industry related resources, which currently cover the food manufacturing and retail; food safety, packaging, milling and grains and fresh produce sectors of the food industry value chain.

The expansion into the dairy industry value chain by FW Africa affirms and reiterates the company’s leadership position as the No.1 publisher of trade magazines and websites in the food and agricluture industry in Africa and the Middle East regions, says Juma. “No other company has a vast collection of resources – magazines, websites and email newsletters – as we do.”

“We are very honoured to continue leading and serving the food and agriculture industry value chains in Africa and across the World with these unique resources. As a Food Technologist who leads a team of Food Technologists and other related professionals in these ventures, I believe that the food industry value chain in Africa is in dire need of the latest information, and our resources have and will continue to play a vital role in the economic transformation of Africa.”

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