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The post-quota era has been a difficult one for EU sugar beet with over supply, depressed prices and a pesticide ban weighing on the market.
The topic of taxing certain food and drink products to change consumer behaviour has become one of the most hotly-contested debates in public health policy around the globe
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As another cocoa season begins, what can we expect to see in terms of supply and demand and are this year's agreed farmgate prices likely to have much impact on the market?
Ghana has secured a loan for the 2018/19 cocoa season which is due to start on October 1 - what does this say about the country's crop supplies and will it be better equipped to tackle the challenges within the sector?
IEG Vu analysts Neil Murray, Julian Gale and Jana Sutenko discuss fruit juice, dried fruit, vanilla and butter markets in this podcast, which accompanies the release of the new IEG Vu Half Year Outlook 2018 report.
Watch experts from IEG Vu and IEG Vantage discuss the supply outlook for both the EU and US pigmeat markets in 2018, assessing the factors behind current price movements, and looking ahead to factors that could cause price volatility.
Listen to analysts from Informa’s Agribusiness Intelligence unit discuss the outlook for soft commodity markets; sugar, coffee and cocoa heading into the second half of 2018.
With the escalating trade dispute between the US and China, and concerns over weather conditions in some of the biggest growing countries, there are a number of risk factors for the global grains and oilseeds market heading into the second half of the year.
Palm oil’s versatility means it is widely consumed in a large array of food products in Europe, including bread, chocolate bars and ice cream. But concerns over the oil’s environmental impact have resulted in food companies and policy makers moving to limit its use.
The global organic sector is on a strong upwards growth curve, with organic food and drink sales in 2016 estimated at just under $90 billion, having achieved growth of around 10% a year since 2000. The sector is growing by around 15% per annum and the potential for further expansion is enormous.
As the sugar market awaits a global surplus this season and the next, Thailand and India look set to drive up supplies, regardless of Brazil's production slowdown.
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