Ukrainian farmers following the modern global trend and growing demand started to cultivate more pulses, mainly for export, in recent years. Moreover, the production and consumption of pulses products across the population is actively promoted by the Community of Pulse Producers and Customers of Ukraine (CPPCU) created in 2015 to unite the engaged market participants around one of the most important segments of the agricultural sector – development of pulses segment.
Within the online conference NICHE: FOCUS ON PULSES, the Chairman of the Board, President of the CPPCU, Antonina Sklyarenko will share her opinion regarding the development of Ukrainian pulses market. Moreover, she will tell about the role of the CPPCU, importance of pulses for crop rotation and answer the question, cultivation of which pulses crops, besides peas and chickpeas, Ukrainian farmers should consider.
“Ukraine plays an important role on the global pulses market and produces up to 1 mln tonnnes of pulses annually. It could produce more, but there are a number of factors preventing it. Pulses are important for the food security in the world. In 2019, the global community celebrated the Day of pulses for the first time, and we are going to focus more on this in the future”, - A.Sklyarenko specified.
Join our online conference NICHE: FOCUS ON PULSES, to be held on July 30 on the ZOOM platform on Russian language. Keep your finger on the pulse of all key trends and particularities of the pulses market together with APK-Inform team and the leading experts of this segment.
Public Association “Community Of Pulse Producers And Customers Of Ukraine” (CPPCU) - a non-profit public organization, acting in the interests of Ukrainian farmers and processors, experts and scholars of agricultural science, commercial companies, financial institutions and other stakeholders around one of the most important segments of the agricultural sector.
An aim of organization is assistance to development of pulses industry of agro-industrial complex of Ukraine due to the systematic increase of their production and processing.