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Cultured meat: Regulatory issues in the US and the EU

On 16th November 2018, the US Department of Agriculture and the US Food and Drug Administration announced that they had reached an agreement on a joint regulatory framework on laboratory made, cultured meat, also called in vitro meat. The Agencies have not yet revealed which framework will apply to this new way of making meat, but their respective roles have been clarified, as Katia Merten-Lentz of international law firm, Keller & Heckman, reports.

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Nestlé to build new coffee factory in Mexico

Nestlé has announced it will invest USD154 million in a new coffee factory in Veracruz, Mexico.

Coffee Nestle Mexico

Adverse weather stresses South America crops

Dry weather in central Brazil and wet weather in southern Brazil and Argentina have affected corn and soybean crops in the region.

Brazil Argentina Corn

Canada’s Richardson Intl to buy Wesson cooking oil brand

Canadian grain handler Richardson International has announced it will acquire the Wesson cooking oils brand from Conagra Brands, Inc.

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India sugar production still 2.1% ahead of last year
Brazil raises 2018/19 coffee forecast to record
Futures Review: Coffee dips to 3-month low
Futures Review: Raw sugar falls to 2-½ month low
Adverse weather stresses South America crops
Cultured meat: Regulatory issues in the US and the EU
Brazilian beef market update: Price rally stalls as buyers step back
Nestlé to build new coffee factory in Mexico
Canada’s Richardson Intl to buy Wesson cooking oil brand
US weekly beef outlook: Strength in live cattle futures continues
US weekly pork outlook: Focus is ahead on Hogs & Pigs count
US weekly poultry outlook: Broiler exports supported by lower prices, ample supply
US Futures Review: Wheat lower on Iraqi talks, slow tender scene
US Futures Review: Soy firms as China continues to book US beans
US Futures Review: Corn turns higher on continued trade hopes
Last GDT auction of the year signals dairy price increases in 2019
High seas transshipment regulation under review in Western Pacific waters
Andalusian berry export value on the rise
Global tomato ketchup exports shrink
Supermarket Lidl UK commits to sourcing sustainable soybeans
Polish fruit juice association horrified at proposed VAT increase
Rain to delay Mexican pecan harvest
Significant increase in Chilean grape juice exports
Indian coriander prices to firm
Small Brazilian orange harvest will severely constrain FCOJ inventory
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India sugar production still 2.1% ahead of last year
Brazil raises 2018/19 coffee forecast to record
Futures Review: Coffee dips to 3-month low
Futures Review: Raw sugar falls to 2-½ month low
Adverse weather stresses South America crops
Brazilian beef market update: Price rally stalls as buyers step back
Nestlé to build new coffee factory in Mexico
Canada’s Richardson Intl to buy Wesson cooking oil brand
US weekly beef outlook: Strength in live cattle futures continues
US weekly pork outlook: Focus is ahead on Hogs & Pigs count
US weekly poultry outlook: Broiler exports supported by lower prices, ample supply
US Futures Review: Wheat lower on Iraqi talks, slow tender scene
US Futures Review: Soy firms as China continues to book US beans
US Futures Review: Corn turns higher on continued trade hopes
High seas transshipment regulation under review in Western Pacific waters
Andalusian berry export value on the rise
Supermarket Lidl UK commits to sourcing sustainable soybeans
Polish fruit juice association horrified at proposed VAT increase
Rain to delay Mexican pecan harvest
Significant increase in Chilean grape juice exports
Indian coriander prices to firm
Small Brazilian orange harvest will severely constrain FCOJ inventory
Cargill sets out plan to fight deforestation in cocoa supply chain
Second ‘and final’ round of payments to tariff-hit US farmers
Arla Foods to acquire Middle East & Africa cheese business from Mondelez
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Grains & Softs

United States' green coffee stocks fall to lowest level since April 2016

US green coffee stocks fell in November 2018 for the sixth straight month to 6.082 mln 60-kg bags, their lowest level since April 2016, Green Coffee Association (GCA) data show.

Coffee Arabica Robusta

India sugar production still 2.1% ahead of last year

India's sugar mills produced 3.079 million tonnes of sugar, in the first half of December, up from 2.810 mln in the previous fortnight and also above 2.990 mln in the same period last year, Indian Sugar Mills Association (ISMA) data showed.

India Sugar

Brazil raises 2018/19 coffee forecast to record

The Brazilian federal government's crop supply agency (Conab) raised its estimate of the 2018/19 coffee harvest.

Brazil Coffee

Futures Review: Coffee dips to 3-month low

The benchmark March arabica contract settled 0.70¢ down at 99.40¢/lb, after falling to a three-month low of 99.20¢.

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Andalusian berry export value on the rise

Andalusian exports of blueberries and raspberries have risen this year by 10.3% and 7.6%, respectively, in value terms, compared with 2017, said authorities in the autonomous region of Spain.

Fresh Berries Frozen Blueberries Frozen Raspberries

High seas transshipment regulation under review in Western Pacific waters

Transshipment measures currently applying to vessels operating in Western Pacific waters are subject to review in 2019 as a guarantee of catch monitoring and fish traceability, it was agreed at the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC) annual meeting last weekend in Honolulu.

International US States

Global tomato ketchup exports shrink

According to the latest trade data, tomato ketchup exports declined in the first nine months of 2018, led by falling export volumes from the main exporting market, US.

Tomato Ketchup Exports

Polish fruit juice association horrified at proposed VAT increase

The proposed increase would apple to nectars and fruit or vegetable drinks with a minimum juice content of 20%. In Poland, juices, nectars and fruit and vegetable drinks with a minimum 20% juice content is the most popular category (except for waters).

Europe Poland
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Dairy & Meat

Meat traders back lactic and acetic acid rinses for pig carcasses

The European Livestock and Meat Trades Union, known by its French acronym, UECBV, has backed the request by the US National Pork Producers Council to allow lactic and acetic acid rinses to be used to decontaminate pig cuts and carcasses in slaughterhouses.

EU Europe Hogs & Pork

Brazilian beef market update: Price rally stalls as buyers step back

Price rises for live beef cattle stalled in Brazil last week following a slowdown in demand from processors.

Brazil Cattle & Beef

US weekly beef outlook: Strength in live cattle futures continues

Another week of gains for live cattle futures, potentially putting them in an overbought situation.

Cattle & Beef Production

US weekly pork outlook: Focus is ahead on Hogs & Pigs count

Futures continue to have some underpinning in solid demand with hopes for China to return to the market.

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