Current conditions are positive for wheat supply, while corn markets have been dominated by the large US-China export sales, and soybean markets have continued to trade sideways, finds this week’s analysis by CRM Agri.
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.
The EU is working to clean up its own food supply chain, from farm to fork. But is this enough? MEPs raise concerns that accepting imports of unsustainable agri-food products is ‘inconsistent’ and ‘unethical’.
There are lots of positives for Northern Ireland businesses arising out of Brexit, but companies are also facing administration headaches due to new constraints imposed on the imports of goods from Great Britain.
Preliminary data from Swiss feed additive price watchers, Kemiex, for the current year suggests significant price volatility for the majority of products, with amino acids in particular posting higher price fluctuations than in 2019.
Dutch fish feed and animal nutrition group, Nutreco, is aiming to source soy and oil palm ingredients by 2025 that are free from both legal and illegal deforestation, with the purpose of limiting its impact on biodiversity and climate change.
BASF and Adifo say their new software partnership will advance feed formulation and support more sustainable animal protein production as sustainability can now be a used as a parameter in feed formulations and rations.