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The 2016 International Year of Pulses (IYP 2016) will spearhead a worldwide effort to lift pulse production, consumption and market access - and the billion-dollar Australian industry is hoping to be a major beneficiary... The United Nations (UN) declared 2016 the 'International Year of Pulses' following a campaign mounted by the international pulse community under the Global Pulse Confederation (GPC) (formerly CICILS IPTIC)... Organisers say IYP 2016 is a tremendous opportunity to give pulses "the attention they deserve" - a reference to the previous global spotlight given to now high-profile crops such as quinoa...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
The 2016 International Year of Pulses (IYP 2016) will spearhead a worldwide effort to lift pulse production, consumption and market access - and the billion-dollar Australian industry is hoping to be a major beneficiary... The United Nations (UN) declared 2016 the 'International Year of Pulses' following a campaign mounted by the international pulse community under the Global Pulse Confederation (GPC) (formerly CICILS IPTIC)... Organisers say IYP 2016 is a tremendous opportunity to give pulses "the attention they deserve" - a reference to the previous global spotlight given to now high-profile crops such as quinoa...
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" Date: 05.05.2014 2016 declared UN International Year of Pulses.. Mr Edgecombe says PA will coordinate a national committee to work with government, growers, non-government organisations, retailers, food manufacturers, health and science organisations, and United Nations bodies to make the IYOP a success in Australia, and to contribute to raising the profile of pulse crops and foods globally... With rates of diabetes and obesity on the rise around the world, Mr Edgecombe says IYOP presents an opportunity to recognise pulses' exceptional potential to add taste and nutrition to modern diets...
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