March 30, 2016

30/03/2016: Oilseed and Grain news

ABCDs no longer king in Brazil
Asian grain traders accounted for 45 percent of all Brazilian soybean, corn, and soybean meal exports last year - more than Archer Daniels Midland, Bunge, Cargill, and Louis Dreyfus combined.

Russia on pace to become world’s second biggest wheat exporter – SovEcon
After a record breaking 2015 harvest of 61 million tons, and low prices due to a weak rouble, Russian wheat exports are historically high this crop year.
       
Bunge plans headquarters relocation, innovation centre
After an exhaustive search, Bunge North America will move its headquarters to a newly built building in Chesterfield, Missouri, and will establish a new innovation centre.

CBH Group to close more than 100 grain receival sites
Australia’s CBH announced it will reduce its network by half, reducing its in-country receival sites from 202 to 100.

Pulmuone Foods to acquire top US tofu brand
Pulmuone Foods Inc has agreed to acquire the total assets of Vitasoy Inc, maker of Nasoya, the top tofu brand in the US.

Historic agreements to bring US and Cuban ag sector cooperation
New US-Cuba agricultural agreements have been announced that may lead the way to greater market share for US ag producers.
     
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Industry bodies to launch collaborative sorghum investment program
After a year of planning, the Sorghum Checkoff, the Kansas Grain Sorghum Commission, and Kansas State University will launch a new sorghum research and marketing program.

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