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USDA Crop Progress: Corn planting slow as winter wheat ratings rise

US farmers are slowly making progress toward getting the growing season underway for spring-planted crops, with corn, soybean and spring wheat planting all running behind the average pace normally seen at this time of year.

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North American cocoa grindings rise within expectations

North American cocoa grindings rose more or less within market forecasts, data from the National Confectioners Association (NCA) showed on Thursday (April 18).

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IDF to improve quality of Brazilian milk

The International Dairy Federation (IDF) is set to encourage better international practices for Brazilian milk production, according to its Director, Caroline Emond.

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US Futures Review: Soybeans lower on spillover pressure from grains

Soybean futures ended lower Monday, pressured by weakness in wheat and corn futures. Soybean meal and soybean oil futures also settled modestly lower. May soybeans were 3 1/2 cents lower at USD8.77.

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US Futures Review: Wheat weighed down by weather, crop prospects
US Futures Review: Corn hit by speculative selling
US Futures Review: Soybeans lower on spillover pressure from grains
USDA Crop Progress: Corn planting slow as winter wheat ratings rise
Brazilian coffee group Três Corações profits rise in 2018
IDF to improve quality of Brazilian milk
North American cocoa grindings rise within expectations
Weekly Review: Sugar still range-bound
Weekly Review: No end in sight yet to coffee producers’ woes
Weekly Review: Grind growth versus rising crop potential leaves cocoa volatile
Weekly Review: Corn not panicking yet over US planting delays
UK food and beverage brand improves environmental credentials
US Futures Review: Soybeans edge higher ahead of holiday weekend
US Futures Review: Corn ends narrowly mixed ahead of long weekend
US Futures Review: Wheat mostly lower as weather, exports weigh
USDA Export Sales: Soy sales low again
USDA Export Sales: Corn sales top expectations
USDA Export Sales: No surprises in wheat sales
Ontario minister calls for processed tomato pricing overhaul
Amaggi reports better results on large production and good pace of exports
Strong dried fruit sales pre-Easter
57,000 hectares of Spanish almonds, fruits and oranges affected by frosts and winds
Sharp fall in Nepalese cardamom exports
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Asian Q1 cocoa grind up by 9.5%
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US Futures Review: Wheat weighed down by weather, crop prospects
US Futures Review: Corn hit by speculative selling
US Futures Review: Soybeans lower on spillover pressure from grains
USDA Crop Progress: Corn planting slow as winter wheat ratings rise
Brazilian coffee group Três Corações profits rise in 2018
IDF to improve quality of Brazilian milk
North American cocoa grindings rise within expectations
Weekly Review: Sugar still range-bound
UK food and beverage brand improves environmental credentials
US Futures Review: Soybeans edge higher ahead of holiday weekend
US Futures Review: Corn ends narrowly mixed ahead of long weekend
US Futures Review: Wheat mostly lower as weather, exports weigh
USDA Export Sales: Soy sales low again
USDA Export Sales: Corn sales top expectations
USDA Export Sales: No surprises in wheat sales
Ontario minister calls for processed tomato pricing overhaul
Amaggi reports better results on large production and good pace of exports
Strong dried fruit sales pre-Easter
Futures Review: Grind data leads to volatile few trading days in cocoa
Asian Q1 cocoa grind up by 9.5%
US frozen albacore raw material supply to Europe subject to airline subsidy disputes
Bulgarian fruit hit by severe frosts
EU lamb prices rise further as imports decline
Brazilian coffee prices drop sharply
Ambitious growth strategy in Indian juice drinks market
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Grains & Softs

Brazil’s Canaplan sees CS sugar output up at 28 mln tonnes

Sugar mills in Brazil’s Centre/South (CS) region are expected to raise sugar production in the new 2019/20 season to somewhere between 27 and 28 million tonnes, tel quel, from 26.5 mln in 2018/19, local consultancy Canaplan projected.

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US Futures Review: Wheat weighed down by weather, crop prospects

US wheat markets closed lower to start the week with Minneapolis being the leader to the downside.

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US Futures Review: Corn hit by speculative selling

Corn prices were weaker on Monday, with the May settling 3 1/4 cent to $3.54 3/4.

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Brazilian coffee group Três Corações profits rise in 2018

Brazil’s largest manufacturer of roasted and ground coffee, Três Corações reported a net profit of BRL 298.4 million (USD75.95 million) in 2018, up 16.6% over the previous year.

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Bulgarian fruit hit by severe frosts

Recent overnight frosts in Bulgaria are reported to have inflicted significant damage on fruit plantations in the north-east of the country.

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UK food and beverage brand improves environmental credentials

The company is introducing shrink-wrap packaging made from 50% post-consumer recycled waste (PCRW). By the end of the year, all its UK-made brands and products it makes under private label will come packed in the sustainable wrapping.

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Ontario minister calls for processed tomato pricing overhaul

Ontario agriculture minister Ernie Hardeman has called for the province's vegetable processing industry marketing and pricing system overhaul, and received a backlash from the industry.

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Strong dried fruit sales pre-Easter

The sudden onset of warmer weather in the UK will divert attention from traditional bakery products containing dried fruit to other more seasonal lines, such as salads and summer recipes. The good news is that UK importers have reported strong pre-Easter sales and virtually no delays either for shipment or at the ports of arrival. The only ongoing difficulty is the continuing fluctuation in the value of sterling against both the euro and the US dollar.

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Dairy & Meat

EU pig prices surge again, but calmer weeks may lie ahead

The price explosion on European pig markets has continued over the past week, with prices once more surging upwards in response to Chinese import demand.

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EU lamb prices rise further as imports decline

EU lamb prices have risen further over the past week, breaking back through the EUR550 per 100kg barrier for the first time since last June.

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Dairy Price Update: Eastern European dairy volatility continues

Both Polish and Czech commodities continued showing volatility, with wholesale prices only down by marginal levels in Poland.

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US Senator files bill to require task force on Brazilian beef and poultry imports

A new bill introduced last week by Sen. Jon Tester (D-Mont.) would temporarily suspend beef and poultry imports from Brazil until USDA sets up a new food safety working group that can recommend whether the products are safe.

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