Pulses 2020 Preview: Global Pea Outlook
The global pea trade is in a state of flux as India pursues pulse self-sufficiency and new uses emerge.
LeftField Commodity Research’s Chuck Penner joins an impressive lineup of industry insiders at this year’s Global Pea Outlook panel.
“Large-scale shifts in global pea markets have been underway ever since India increased its focus on domestic pulse production and limited imports. Previous expectations of the size and location of pea demand were forced to change. At the same time, the move toward more plant-based proteins is starting to move the needle on pea demand. Production prospects are always important for the pea market outlook but now changes in demand are also a critical part of the picture,” says Chuck Penner of Leftfield Commodity Research, summarizing the key factors that will shape the global dry pea trade in 2020.
Chuck is the featured analyst at the Pulses 2020 Global Pea Outlook panel, joining an impressive lineup of industry insiders, including:
- Panel moderator Farhan Adam of Marina Commodities (representing Canada)
- Sergey Feofilov of UkrAgroConsult (representing Ukraine)
- David Chen of Nanjing Bonagro (representing China)
- Rakesh Khemka of UMA Exprots (representing India)
- Cem Bogusoglu of GP Global (representing Russia)
- Ahmed Muhammad of AWAM Group (representing Pakistan)
Mark your calendar! The Global Pea Outlook panel is tentatively scheduled for Friday, April 17 from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. Don’t miss it! Register for Pulses 2020 before February 17th to get the early bird discount!
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