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Russia: AgMin blames Turkey for violating WTO rules for creating milling sector for Russian grain

 MOSCOW. March 21 – Russia’s Agriculture Ministry has blamed Turkey for violating WTO rules while creating a milling sector for Russian grain.

 “Our closest neighbor, Turkey, in a gross violation of all WTO rules in the past 15 years has organized a powerful state subsidized milling industry for our grain and occupied in all but name every Arab-Asian market that it could,” Deputy Agriculture Minister and State Secretary Sergei Levin said at a parliamentary hearing in the State Duma on Tuesday. 119 more words

Commodities

Increase Your Vitamin D Intake

A lack of vitamin D can have an adverse effect on your athletic performance, according to the journal, Nutrients.  Additional research corroborates these findings, showing that there is  a positive correlation between vitamin D levels and muscle strength. 113 more words

Diet And Nutrition

Egypt: GASC Tender Results for April 15-25 Shipments

GASC buys 420,000 tonnes of wheat.

Of the total, 300,000 tonnes were Russian wheat, 60,000 tonnes were Ukrainian and 60,000 tonnes were French.

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Commodities

Egypt: GASC Tender Offers for April 15-25 Shipments

  • U.S. soft white:
  • *Louis Dreyfus: 60,000 tonnes at $189.60
  • *Ameropa: 55,000 tonnes at $194.80
  • Ukrainian:
  • *Louis Dreyfus: 60,000 tonnes at $195.00
  • Russian:
  • *Louis Dreyfus: 60,000 tonnes at $197.00…
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Commodities

WPI Inflation rises to over three year high at 6.5% on food, fuel prices

The Wholesale price index-based inflation (WPI) jumped to a 39-month high of 6.55 per cent in February compared to 5.25 per cent in the previous month on the back of expensive food and fuel items, even as manufacturing products saw a decline in inflation. 144 more words

An alternative to cereals as animal and fish feeds is imminent.

Cereals have for years, if not centuries been used as feeds for animals, fish and chicken. With the current shortage in production being a result of the prevalent drought especially in the tropical regions, it is imminent that a suitable alternative be found as soon as now. 103 more words

Future

Scottish Organic Farmers Benefit from High Prices {Press Release}

There’s good news for the organic industry in Scotland despite the Brexit uncertainty, as demand for organic food is at its highest in recent times, and the payments to certified farmers and growers are reflected in this trend. 348 more words

Organic