Stanley Barnes has been for over forty years in the dairy and food industries, half of them spent in Third World countries. He has served as Dairy Development Adviser to the government of Pakistan and as Senior Resident Director representing the Australian Dairy Produce Board when he was responsible for recombining milk operations in Thailand, Singapore and Indonesia. Since 1973 he has resided mainly in India, travelling frequently to Europe and Australia to consult with others also interested in finding an answer to malnutrition in the Third World. His services to the dairy industry in South East Asia were recognised when he was awarded the MBE and when he received the Gold Medal of the Australian Society of Dairy Technology. He was official lecturer at the International Dairy Congress in Sydney in 1970. Mr Barnes was born and educated in Britain. After the Second World War he moved to Australia. He is married and has two children and six grandchildren.
Dairy and food industry expert, passionate about feeding the world.