February 18, 2016

18/02/2016: Oilseed and Grain News

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Russia bans US corn and soybeans 
Russia is banning US imports of corn and soybeans beginning February 15, claiming concerns that products are unsafe and infected.
 
ADM acquires first wet corn mill on African continent from Tate & Lyle
ADM expands its presence in the global sweeteners and starches market with the acquisition of its first wet corn mill on the African continent from Tate & Lyle.

Canada committing record Can$21m to develop better grain varieties

Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada and the Western Grain Research Foundation are partnering to commit a record Can$21m to fund the development of advanced varieties of wheat and barley.

Largest grain co-op in the UK back in the black

Openfield Group, the largest grain co-op in the UK, has come back from a loss of UK£4.2 million to post profits before tax of UK£2.4 million for the year ending June 30, 2015.

Aqua-Spark linking technology across investments
Sustainable, biological fish and livestock feed developer and producer, Calysta, has closed on a US$30 million Series C round of fundraising which included Cargill, Aqua-Spark and other investors.

 

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