Both the major coffee futures terminals took another downward shunt this week as traders bowed to reports indicating current abundant supplies were likely to continue for some time yet.
Argentina’s monthly dairy exports increased in August, according to figures from its National Institute of Statistics and Census (Indec).
Reports that India had made subsidised export sales helped cap sugar futures’ latest attempt to break out to the upside.
Conditions on European pig markets were little changed over the past week, with continuing high Chinese import demand compensating for generally slackening internal demand for pigmeat.
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Skipjack tuna raw material prices in Bangkok would have sunk below record lows reached in June, according to sources met at Anuga.
Grains & Softs
Less than encouraging third quarter grind data from Europe and North America this week saw recently firm cocoa prices starting to backtrack again.
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Soybean futures settled higher Friday, boosted by strong weekly export performance. Soybean meal futures ended higher, while soybean oil futures ended lower. November soybean futures gained 2 1/2 cents at USD9.34.
Wheat futures were higher on Friday on firming cash prices pointing to robust demand.
Corn futures were lower on Friday, with the December contract down 3 3/4 cents to $3.91.
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Around 100 pounds of canned meat from Jordan were recalled by Texas retailer Global Zakii Enterprises as they were not presented for import re-inspection, the US Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced yesterday.
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Argentina’s new peanut sowing season was launched earlier this month with lower availability of agricultural inputs needed for the crop and a financial squeeze, due to domestic currency scarcity as banks are stockpiling cash, according to the Argentine Chamber of Peanuts (CAM).
The 2019 Spanish hazelnut output is expected to reach 12,400 in-shell tonnes, 54.9% more than last year, according to the latest forecast from Spain’s ministry of agriculture.
Mexico’s farmers are starting to collect pecan nuts in all the growing regions and are reporting new orders from China, according to the Mexican pecan association (Comenuez).
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New Zealand’s government has announced its support for a project that could help slash greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from cattle.
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Beef from the UK could be served up on Chinese plates by the end of this year after China finalised the details of an export approval agreement between the two countries.
A report out of Denmark stating that “alcohol, coffee and sweets are greater climate culprits than beef” has been heavily criticised by a number of organisations, partly because the study was funded by one of Denmark’s leading agriculture councils.
Primary agriculture in Mpumalanga is set to experience strong growth with the establishment of the Nkomazi special economic zone (SEZ), which will focus on agroprocessing.
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