Founded in 1936 (registered on 11 December 1936). We are a trade association representing, promoting and advancing the collective interests of the South African milling industry. The Chamber is the sole representative body of millers in South Africa, processing about 40% of the total maize for human consumption. It contributes significantly towards delivery of efficiently produced high quality, nutritious and safe staple food, thereby promoting the country’s national objectives of food security and hunger alleviation. It facilitates the creation of a conducive environment in which all the processors of maize and wheat for human consumption can flourish, expand and be competitive.
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International World Flour Day – 20 March (annually)
The concept to establish an international Flour Day was initiated and driven by the World Flour Museum in recognition of the milling industry and a fundamental role it plays worldwide as provider of one of the most important staple foods of humankind. A landing page has been created with details explaining the World Flour Day and may be visited at www.worldflourday.com.