ADM donation to aid in Alberta Wildfire Relief

Archer Daniels Midland Company yesterday announced a 130,000 Canadian dollar donation to the Canadian Red Cross to help provide disaster relief to those impacted by the ongoing wildfires in Alberta, Canada. “ADM More »

Agriculture Secretary Vilsack to make first official visit to Puerto Rico

Will Highlight Ongoing and New USDA Efforts to Address Food Security and Rural Opportunity Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack will make his first official visit to Puerto Rico where he will highlight the More »

China plans sale of corn stocks

China’s state grains reserves body will auction about 2m tonnes of old corn stocks and 200,000 tonnes of rice on Friday to clear space before the harvest season starts, helping to chip More »

Minister speaks about achievements and faults in Armenian agriculture

Sergo Karapetyan, Armenia’s agriculture minister, presenting the 2015 performance report to the National Assembly’s committees, spoke about achievements and problems of agriculture. He also told lawmakers how his ministry is struggling against More »

AHDB-funded research partnership set to unearth the secrets of profitable soils throughout the rotation

Four new projects addressing challenges in soil and water management across whole rotations have been awarded £1.2m in funding from the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB). Combining investment from AHDB’s Potatoes, Cereals More »

 

ADM donation to aid in Alberta Wildfire Relief

Archer Daniels Midland Company yesterday announced a 130,000 Canadian dollar donation to the Canadian Red Cross to help provide disaster relief to those impacted by the ongoing wildfires in Alberta, Canada. “ADM has extensive milling...
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Agriculture Secretary Vilsack to make first official visit to Puerto Rico

Will Highlight Ongoing and New USDA Efforts to Address Food Security and Rural Opportunity Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack will make his first official visit to Puerto Rico where he will highlight the U.S. Department of...
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China plans sale of corn stocks

China’s state grains reserves body will auction about 2m tonnes of old corn stocks and 200,000 tonnes of rice on Friday to clear space before the harvest season starts, helping to chip away space in...
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Minister speaks about achievements and faults in Armenian agriculture

Sergo Karapetyan, Armenia’s agriculture minister, presenting the 2015 performance report to the National Assembly’s committees, spoke about achievements and problems of agriculture. He also told lawmakers how his ministry is struggling against corruption. Karapetyan said...
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AHDB-funded research partnership set to unearth the secrets of profitable soils throughout the rotation

Four new projects addressing challenges in soil and water management across whole rotations have been awarded £1.2m in funding from the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB). Combining investment from AHDB’s Potatoes, Cereals & Oilseeds and...
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AIB International adds Bread Quality and Baker’s Math and Science Courses

AIB International recently added Bread Quality and Baker’s Math and Science to their lineup of online baking courses on LearningLab@AIB, the company’s online learning platform. The self-paced online courses help participants acquire targeted information one simple module at...
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JFC and Cargill to build poultry processing facility

Jollibee Foods Corporation (“JFC”), the largest Asian food service company, and Cargill Philippines, Inc. (“Cargill Philippines”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Cargill Inc. (“Cargill”), have entered into an agreement to build and operate a poultry...
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Government, IFAD inject $113 million to boost agriculture

Ghana government and the International Fund for Agriculture Development (IFAD) have injected $113 million to boost the agric sector. The funding is meant for the implementation of a six-year pro-poor programme dubbed the Ghana Agriculture Sector...
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Fans petition against unsafe workplace ruling for Arva Flour Mill

More than 4,000 people have signed a petition urging workplace safety officials to allow the historic Arva Flour Mill to resume regular operations. The mill’s operations have been restricted for more than two weeks because federal...
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ADM advances strategy with completion of Brazilian sugar ethanol sale

Archer Daniels Midland Company announced that it had completed the sale of its sugarcane ethanol operations in Limeira do Oeste, in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais. “ADM’s Corn business is delivering on its strategy...
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Cargill Protein Group to remain in Wichita; City “ideal” for HQ to guide company growth

Decision dependent on City of Wichita approval of agreement; optimal site to be identified in near future Cargill’s protein business headquarters will remain in Wichita and relocate from 151 North Main Street to a new...
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Nuscience and Jubilant Life Sciences announce strategic marketing agreement

Nuscience Group and Jubilant Life Sciences have announced a strategic marketing collaboration agreement for the distribution of Nuscience products in India, Sri Lanka and Nepal. Jubilant Life Sciences is an integrated global pharmaceutical and life sciences...
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ADM applauds International Trade Commission Report on Trans-Pacific Partnership

Archer Daniels Midland Company applauded the report by the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) on the benefits of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), an agreement that would lower trade barriers among a dozen Pacific Rim nations,...
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Persistent drought threatens cereal prices

The recurring incidences of drought in the country are threatening to drive up food prices, especially of cereals, according to Statistics Botswana (SB). Due to the drought, SB said agricultural production, especially cereal in particular,...
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