July 02, 2015

02/07/2015: More from the Soyatech Newsroom

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Australian grain groups sign long term agreements for port access
Ten traders, including CBH, have signed long term access agreements for Western Australia’s ports covering the next five seasons.

CHS and Aurora Cooperative form joint venture Superior East LLC
CHS and Aurora Cooperative are joining forces to build a US$28 million state-of-the-art high speed shuttle loader facility in Superior, Nebraska.

Germany’s KTG plans major expansion of grain sales to China
Germany’s KTG Agrar is planning a significant expansion of sales of GMO-free grains and foods to China within three years.

Manitoba Entrepreneurs planning revival of the province’s buckwheat industry

Two Manitoba entrepreneurs are planning the construction of a Can$15 million buckwheat processing facility and the revival of Canada’s buckwheat industry.
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Grain Farmers of Ontario pursuing legal action against neonicotinoid regulations
In a first-of-its-kind action, Grain Farmers of Ontario is taking legal action against the recently passed neonicotinoid regulations.

US House votes to repeal COOL regulations

The US House has repealed country of origin labeling laws on beef, pork and poultry after Mexico and Canada threatened trade retaliation.

Global companies getting behind wheat straw paper

Making paper from wheat straw waste could take off as multinational companies are taking notice and integrating the paper into their businesses.

Blumberg Grain exploring investments in India
Blumberg Grain is exploring investment opportunities to modernise and upgrade India’s storage and warehousing systems. 

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