The Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) was pleased to co-sponsor the biennial Export Exchange last week for the sixth time. The Export Exchange was first held under that name in 2010 under the co-sponsorship of RFA and the U.S. Grains Council and 2022 marked number six, since 2020 was missed due to COVID.
RFA Vice President of Regulatory Affairs Kelly Davis represented the organization on the program and was pleased to share some of the ways RFA has helped increase exports of the ethanol co-product DDGS. “RFA is a leader in some of the technical information we’ve had behind DDGs over the years,” said Davis. “This event is important for not only the networking and sales opportunities but also the educational opportunity for participants to learn more about the high quality and value of U.S. farm and biorefinery products.”