Posted by admin on September 28, 2015

Sugar Thousands of acres of India’s sugar crop are suffering severe damage from a wavering monsoon, with some farmers in the world’s second-biggest grower forced to feed withered cane to cattle in Maharashtra, the top producing state. After a string … Continue reading

Posted by admin on September 4, 2015

Wheat Russia, one of the world’s top wheat exporters, will harvest its third-largest grain crop in post-Soviet history this year, according to a leading Russian consultancy. Farmers have managed to reap a large crop despite unfavorable weather last autumn, a … Continue reading

Posted by admin on August 3, 2015

Corn The International Grains Council, estimating that China holds more than half the world’s corn stocks, has raised concerns over an imminent major shift in policy on the grain. A policy shift would address the issue of large, and rising, … Continue reading

Posted by admin on July 1, 2015

Wheat Egypt, the world’s largest wheat buyer, is making significant changes to its bread subsidy program in an effort to reduce its reliance on imported wheat.
The country’s bread subsidy program typically uses 10 million tons of wheat per year to … Continue reading

Posted by admin on May 26, 2015

Rice Thailand has called for high standard rice mills in the country to ensure top quality rice according to sources. Fierce competition in the global rice market is the reason for the same. The government has been paying 10 million … Continue reading

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