Saturday, October 21, 2017

Price forecast for maize & DDGS

India maize prices remain stable and on a downward trend at least for some time as the end users wait for the new crop...

Fishery exports and Least Developed Countries

Fish is one of the world's most traded food commodities and, with the global population growing to an expected 9.7 billion people by 2050,...

Soya: High carryover stock may save the day for crushing industry

Good August rains, along with record carryover stock of soyabean from last year's crop, may help ease pricing pressures for the crushing industry and...

GM Crops: only facts based decision can pave the way in India

It is said that for those who believe, no proof is needed, and for those who do not, no proof is possible. Into which...

GMP+ International partners with China

BFIA represents feed companies (Feed Ingredients, Mixed Feeds) in the Beijing province, China. Many of its members are focused on export of feed ingredients...

Bühler Insect Technology is to build first industrial plant

Bühler Insect Technology is to build its first industrial plant to process black soldier flies for animal nutrition together with its partner Protix in...

Bangladesh market for farmed fish up 25 times in three decades

A study shows that the market for farmed fish grew by a dramatic 25 times in three decades in Bangladesh. The latest study of the...

DuPont, Monsanto urge transparent GMO crop reviews in China

Global seeds giants have called for transparent, science-based approvals processes for new crop types after China approved two more genetically modified (GMO) crops for...

CPF plans to further reduce fishmeal in shrimp feed

Charoen Pokphand Foods PLC (CPF) has committed to maximizing marine resource use by partnering various organizations to restore marine fertility and has also targeted...

State-of the-art shrimp feed plant opens in Vietnam

Skretting Vietnam officially opened a new state-of-the-art shrimp feed plant in the Mekong Delta, with an initial production capacity of 60,000 tonnes annually. The new...