A Norwegian poultry producer, working with a leading local feed company, has moved to exclude Brazilian soy from its supply chain, relying on a new soy-free feed formulation for its annual broiler production which covers 650,000 birds.
China’s COFCO Corporation is reportedly set to combine its international agriculture trading business platform with several domestic entities to enable it to compete on a more equal footing with ag trading powerhouses: Cargill, Bunge, ADM, and Louis Dreyfus...
Agribusiness giant, Bunge, last week announced it was launching a new monitoring program in the Cerrado, becoming the first global company to foster mass action in that region to track indirect purchases of soybeans.
Agribusiness giant, Bunge, says its recently released 9th Non-Deforestation Progress Report highlights additional progress the group has made toward its goal of achieving deforestation-free value chains worldwide by 2025.
The six major soy traders that make up the Soft Commodities Forum (SCF) say that they are on track to achieve traceability to farm for 95% of their direct soy sources in 25 municipalities in the Brazilian Cerrado by the end of 2020.
Grains and oilseeds transport flow has improved on Argentina's Parana River following a slowdown caused by debris from a landslide slowed cargo ships over the weekend, the local ports chamber told Reuters yesterday.
Agri-commodities giant, Bunge, is to sell 35 of its US grain elevators to Zen-Noh Grain Corporation. The completion of the sale is subject to customary closing conditions, including regulatory approval.
The National Grain and Feed Association (NGFA) in the US is working to establish an electronic method to account for grain trading and movement by barge to reduce industry costs and streamline current practices.