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Webinar: panel discussion - World Pulses Day celebration with multicultural food stories

February 10, 2021
55 minutes

Many of the most popular pulses dishes have long, rich and little known stories. Pulses have accompanied us in many traditional foods through history. They definitely evoke good food memories!


Join us in this webinar to celebrate the World Pulses Day 2021 sharing food stories around pulses. We will have multicultural panelists sharing their pulses food memories.  You will get an insight into different consumer minds and their perception of pulses. Additionally you will sense how pulses consumption has evolved from staple to being one of the most promising future food in alternative meat consumption. At the end of the session we will have a short review on the pulses value chain and the processing possibilities along it to ensure that pulses stay also in our future food stories forever after.

The webinar will be entertainment, enlightening and mouthwatering. Join us to honor the World Pulses Day 2021 together. We look forward to counting with your participation!


  • Panel discussion - Sharing local food stories from various countries in the world
  • Review on the pulses value chain and processing possibilities
  • Q&A

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Mary Akinyi Olwal

CFO Grains & Food, Bühler Group

Favorite Kenyan pulses dish: Nyoyo / Githeri (Corn and pulses medley).


Pamela Novodvorski

Senior Commercial Manager MS, Bühler Group

Favorite Brazilian pulses dish: Feijoada (made with black beans).


Tinu Titus

Manager - Product Management (GP), Bühler Group

Favorite Indian pulses dish: Sabut Masoor Dal (Stew of cooked pulses in indian gravy) & Besan ladoo (chickpea balls).


Sergio Gonzalez Sanchez

Process Expert, Bühler Group

Favorite Spanish pulses dish: Cocido Madrileño




Sabrina Würsch

Product Manager, Bühler Group

Favorite Swiss pulses dish: Züri Geschnetzeltes with plant based chicken.


Alexandra Londoño Baderschneider

Head of Business Segment Pulses, Bühler AG

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