The global plant-based meat alternatives market is expected to hit US$3.6bn in value this year and increase to $4.2bn in 2021, showing growth of 17%, a new report from analysts Research & Markets has revealed.
The coronavirus pandemic has changed the landscape for the US animal feed industry, how it is operating today, and how the industry will continue feeding livestock, poultry and pets into the future, says Robert Cooper, IFEEDER executive director.
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.
Australia’s livestock production representatives are exploring options to facilitate the safe import of feed grains, given that ongoing drought conditions are putting a squeeze on grain supplies for the country’s feedlots.
Coronavirus stories were evidently the hard hitters last month but the most read piece in April was actually one about the sanctions Cargill faced over reported feed manufacturing violations at a plant in the US.
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.