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Vietnam cashew export growth slows down

Vietnamese cashew exports grew by 8.1% in volume to 242,789 tonnes and by 2.7% in value to USD2.3 billion from January-August 2018.

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“It is almost impossible for Nigeria to produce 500,000 tonnes of cocoa by 2022”

The Cocoa Farmers Association of Nigeria (CFAN) believes the cultivation of cocoa, the country’s second-largest foreign exchange earner after oil, is not getting the necessary support from the state and federal governments in Nigeria.

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Sweden may start producing Koppaberg in the UK

The UK’s Press Association says the company will secure existing supply relationships with UK pubs and bars with small-scale production, which it can then increase if need be.

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EU meat processors urge action over 'unjustified' bans on Belgian pork

EU meat processors body Clitravi has called on the European Commission to push for an urgent meeting to address what it sees as unjustified import bans imposed in the wake of an African Swine Fever (ASF) outbreak in Belgium.

EU Belgium Hogs & Pork

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US Futures Review: Wheat higher on Aussie concerns, US export potential
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US Futures Review: Corn closes higher on strength in grains
Indian sugar export quota could be raised to 5 mln tonnes
Brazil raises 2018/19 coffee forecast to record 59.91 mln bags
Futures Review: Cocoa continues slow recovery
Sweden may start producing Koppaberg in the UK
US pistachio shipments end season marginally ahead
Turkish new crop sultana prices rising gradually
“It is almost impossible for Nigeria to produce 500,000 tonnes of cocoa by 2022”
US frozen vegetable imports surge
Indian peanut exporters cast doubts over earlier crop estimate
Vietnam cashew export growth slows down
California cling raw peach production in downturn
Floods prompt concerns for India’s next pepper crop
EU meat processors urge action over 'unjustified' bans on Belgian pork
Dairy Price Update: European prices fall back as supply/balance fundamentals reassert themselves
Barry Callebaut buys Burton’s UK chocolate factory
Futures Review: Arabica coffee extends losses to 13-year low
Futures Review: World sugar extends losses
Chinese apple harvest more than a quarter down from last year
Brazilian beef market update: export demand helps lift prices
Infant milk formula doubles Synlait's profit
Coceral raises EU sunflower seed forecast 2018
EU judge to hand down opinion on organic halal meat labels
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US Futures Review: Wheat higher on Aussie concerns, US export potential
US Futures Review: Soybeans higher on ideas of tightening supplies in China
US Futures Review: Corn closes higher on strength in grains
Indian sugar export quota could be raised to 5 mln tonnes
Brazil raises 2018/19 coffee forecast to record 59.91 mln bags
Futures Review: Cocoa continues slow recovery
Sweden may start producing Koppaberg in the UK
US pistachio shipments end season marginally ahead
Turkish new crop sultana prices rising gradually
US frozen vegetable imports surge
Indian peanut exporters cast doubts over earlier crop estimate
California cling raw peach production in downturn
EU meat processors urge action over 'unjustified' bans on Belgian pork
Barry Callebaut buys Burton’s UK chocolate factory
Futures Review: Arabica coffee extends losses to 13-year low
Futures Review: World sugar extends losses
Chinese apple harvest more than a quarter down from last year
Brazilian beef market update: export demand helps lift prices
Infant milk formula doubles Synlait's profit
Coceral raises EU sunflower seed forecast 2018
EU judge to hand down opinion on organic halal meat labels
China finally develops a thirst for orange juice
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Futures Review: Arabica coffee extends losses to 13-year low

Arabica coffee future prices tumbled for the fourth straight session to reach the lowest in nearly 13 years, weighed down by plentiful Brazilian supplies.

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US Futures Review: Wheat higher on Aussie concerns, US export potential

Chicago December wheat closed higher Wednesday, gaining 12¢ at USD5.22 1/2.
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US Futures Review: Soybeans higher on ideas of tightening supplies in China

Soybean and soymeal contracts advanced Wednesday, which also lifted soyoil contracts. November soybeans gained 16¢ at USD8.30.

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US Futures Review: Corn closes higher on strength in grains

Corn futures turned higher on Wednesday, with December corn up 2 1/2¢ at USD3.45 3/4.

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Chinese apple harvest more than a quarter down from last year

China’s 2018 apple harvest has been officially reckoned at 32.06 million tonnes, a 28% cut from 44.5 mln tonnes last year, according to a presentation made at the China Juice conference in Xi’an today.

Apple Juice China Beverages

US pistachio shipments end season marginally ahead

US pistachio shipments closed the 2017/18 marketing year 0.85% up from those of the previous season at 694 million in-shell equivalent pounds. This was despite a 44% fall in August 2018 shipments from those of the same month a year ago to 35 mln lbs.

Pistachios United States

Turkish new crop sultana prices rising gradually

There are a number of reasons for this upturn, Dutch broker QFN Trading & Agency noted in a report on Tuesday.

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US frozen vegetable imports surge

Latest data reveals that the US frozen vegetable imports in the first seven months of the current year decreased but were saved by main imported categories, according to The Food Institute.
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Brazilian beef market update: export demand helps lift prices

Soaring export demand for Brazilian beef is helping lift prices for cattle – both on spot and futures markets.

Brazil Cattle & Beef Demand

Dairy Price Update: European prices fall back as supply/balance fundamentals reassert themselves

European dairy commodity prices have fallen back over the past week, as the prospect of short-term disruption to milk supplies in the wake of this summer’s drought fades further into the distance.

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Infant milk formula doubles Synlait's profit

New Zealand's fourth-largest dairy producer Synlait reported an almost double profit increase in its full-year financial results, led by baby milk..

New Zealand Synlait

EU judge to hand down opinion on organic halal meat labels

An EU judge, the advocate general, will on 20 September hand down an opinion on a case brought by an animal rights group challenging the right of halal meat to carry an organic label on grounds that slaughter without stunning does not meet the high welfare standards required under EU law.

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