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CJ CheilJedang Launches Fermented L-Cysteine Through Sustainable Technology

26.06.2017 10:50:18

CJ CheilJedang has announced the launch of l-cysteine and its derivatives produced through the use of an environmentally-friendly fermentation technology. According to the company, the technology uses raw sugar and glucose as a raw material, while the majority of manufacturers in the market are using a hydrolysis process that starts with duck feather as a raw material.

China Feed Industry Report 2017: Essential for Foreign Feed Material Producers, Traders, Feed Producers and Investment Companies - Research and Markets

26.06.2017 10:49:44

This report analyzes the operation of China's feed industry the competitive situation of China's feed industry market, the state of operation of the key feed enterprise groups in 2016. Meanwhile, it summarized the production, trade, consumption and the characteristics of the price changes of the main feed raw materials and predicted the industrial development and market trends of China's industrial feed and main feed raw materials in 2017.

Russian wheat in centennial year

26.06.2017 10:38:50

When the Soviet Union collapsed in 1989, no one looking to Russia's future would have predicted that wheat exporting would rank as one of the nation's stellar accomplishments. Yet, less than three decades later, as Russia prepares to mark the centenary of its 1917 revolutions, the country is vying with the United States for leadership in wheat exporting, repeating what was achieved in 2015-16 when it held first place. While weakness in the ruble, attributed to pressure on the Russian economy, is credited with making Russian wheat competitive, the availability of export surpluses is cited among the positives claimed by the country's leaders in this anniversary year.

Stabilizing poultry, pork industries slows Russian feed production

26.06.2017 10:37:58

Strength in the livestock and poultry sectors, coupled with the launch of new technologies and improvements in the quality of feed, has spurred annual growth of 7% to 10% in the Russian feed sector since 2008, according to a June 6 report from the Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). But the sector continues to be plagued by a variety of issues, including a lack of regulation, outdated facilities and technologies, and insufficient domestic production of acids and vitamins, the USDA report noted.

Russia. Grain and oil terminal to be built in Novorossiysk

26.06.2017 10:37:18

PJSC Novorossiysk Commercial Sea Port (NCSP) plans to build two new terminals on a platform of Novorossiysk railway car-repair plant "Vagonremmash".

Russia. Export price for new-crop milling wheat increased by $5 within two last weeks

26.06.2017 10:36:44

No price changes were registered in Russia's old-crop wheat market last week. Export prices for Russian milling wheat closed the reporting period unchanged at $189‑192/MT FOB for 12.5%-protein wheat in Novorossiysk port, June delivery. The trade in old-crop wheat is at its final stage, traders are shipping abroad previously contracted grain lots. milling wheat fob

Grain stocks in Russia are up 19% from last year

27.04.2017 08:36:32

According to the Russian statistics agency, farming, procuring and processing entities held 28.3 MMT of grain as of April 1, 2017, or 18.6% more than at the same time last year, informs UkrAgroConsult.

Russian wheat export prices down on low sales activity

27.04.2017 08:35:47

Russian wheat export prices fell last week due to low activity in the market ahead of the new crop arrival this summer and also because of a continuing trade dispute with Turkey, Russian agriculture consultancies said on Monday.

Russia. Plant for advanced soybean processing to be built in Stavropol region

27.04.2017 08:32:22

At the moment, soybean plantings in the country total some 2 Ml ha while the 2016 overall harvest was at 3.2 MMT with a yield of 1.55 MT/ha, reports UkrAgroConsult.

Cargill CEO decries menace of creeping protectionism

27.04.2017 08:29:35

While trade fosters prosperity and peace, trade barriers heighten the risk of economic weakness and major political and social upheaval, said David W. MacLennan, chief executive officer of Cargill.