All news articles for July 2024

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Green Plains boosts high protein ingredient production capacity

By Jane Byrne

Green Plains and joint venture partner, Tharaldson Ethanol, report that the world’s largest MSC system, located at Tharaldson's 175 million-gallon biorefinery in Casselton, North Dakota, is now producing and shipping on-spec products.

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Poor outlook for EU cereal production

By Jane Byrne

Cereal production in the EU is expected to experience a significant decline, while oilseeds remain stable, and protein crops such as peas, beans, and lupins, see a positive boost.

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Should maize be included in EUDR?

By Donna Eastlake

The EUDR deadline is now less than five months away. But as the 30 December date looms on the horizon, we wonder if there are commodities missing from the list, in particular, maize.

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Regen ag: Undefined and unable to feed the planet?

By Oliver Morrison

Yes, its broad principles offer a promising path towards sustainable nutrition and food security for the future. But without a standard definition regen ag risks becoming a soon-disregarded fad, it has been warned.