Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, and Bulgaria recently adopted unilateral decisions to impose import restrictions on Ukrainian grain and oilseeds.
The company decided to no longer purchase soybeans from the Amazon rainforest, a decision that comes two years after the company declared itself “deforestation-free” in 2021, achieving the goal ahead of schedule.
COCERAL, FEDIOL, and FEFAC call on the European Commission and member states to work with stakeholders to facilitate the implementation of the regulation.
The total cumulative of fishmeal production during the first two months of 2023 was up by more than 55% compared to 2022.
The move is expected to give Russian firms more control over shipments and grain prices.
Russia said it has extended the deal for 60 days and Ukraine wants the agreement renewed for 120 days.
Covantis now covers all major export markets in the Americas, enabling agri trading firms active in North and South America to execute all their vessels in one single platform.
The European Fishmeal and Fish Oil Producers have initiated analyses to get a complete picture of all the fish species that are used to produce European fishmeal.
The project was awarded a recognition alongside 499 other projects at Premios Verdes’ 10th edition in January 2023.
Fishmeal production was down mainly due to the late start of the 2022 second fishing season in Peru.
The forecaster consensus favors the statistical models with a transition to ENSO-neutral in the February-April 2023 season.
A staggering increase of 246% versus 2021 confirms a strong adoption of the grains and oilseeds market.
The ministry will conduct a review on the anti-dumping and anti-subsidy measures imposed on DDGS imports.
The widespread adoption of a low-soy meal inclusion ratio in feed formulas in the country is expected to slow down and eventually decline through 2030 soybean imports.
Drought conditions contributed to high levels of mycotoxins in grains leading to 100% of the collected samples containing mycotoxins.
USSEC reports double-digit volume growth in emerging and expansion markets, including Mexico, Egypt, Ecuador, Venezuela, Turkey, Tunisia, Algeria, Nepal, and India.
Presenters highlighted the resiliency of the industry with an increased reliance on byproducts and well-managed fisheries, among the main driving factors for the fish-based ingredients industry.
America’s railways move about one-quarter of all U.S. grain, and most grain products, such as soybean oil and meal, dried distillers’ grains and other byproducts used in animal feeds.
IFFO reported that a large capelin quota and catch in Northern Europe, a rebound in the landings of menhaden in the Gulf of Mexico, and healthier catches in South Africa led to a year-on-year increase in 2022.
The Black Sea Grain Initiative has been extended until March 2023.