A team from Algeria has visited Uganda to assess the quality and quantity of the country's milk production. Algeria is interested in importing milk from Uganda and has given approval for the imports. The Dairy Development Authority (DDA) has assured the public that Uganda's milk is free from aflatoxins and contamination.
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A team from Algeria has been in Uganda to observe the quality, and quantities in the production of Uganda’s milk and milk products. Algeria is targeting importing milk from Uganda and so far they have given the green light to the imports, according to officials from the Dairy Development Authority (DDA). This leaves surplus milk that calls for increased local consumption through milk bars, exports, and processing the milk into yogurt, chocolates, casein, and powder.Following concerns about aflatoxins being found in Uganda’s milk products, the Dairy Development Authority (DDA) has assured Ugandans that the milk is free from aflatoxins.Agnes Audax Baguma the acting director of technical services DDA while appearing before Parliament’s committee on agriculture, animal industry, and fisheries on Thursday said that there was a $500m (sh1.8 trillion) market for milk in Algeria. The committee is conducting hearings on the Animal Feed Bill 2023.Baguma assured MPs that Uganda’s milk was ...