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25 November 2022 2 min reading

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ADDiCAN acquires second grain facility in Canada

ADDiCAN announced that it has bought a grain and processing facility in Canada. The new facility will expand the company’s manufacturing and bulk handling capabilities for the North American and international markets.

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17 November 2022 2 min reading

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Black Sea grain deal extended for 120 days

The Black Sea Grain Initiative, which allows for Ukrainian grain exports through the Black Sea, was extended for an additional 120 days beginning November 19, 2022.

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17 November 2022 4 min reading

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Bühler unveils Granulex® 5 series – the next generation hammer mill platform

Bühler announces the launch of the Granulex® 5 series. After a decade of research, the new hammer mill series packs in many small innovations that together add up to a big boost in performance. Its groundbreaking modular system offers significant energy savings and flexibility while maintaining the highest product quality and safety standards.

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17 November 2022 4 min reading

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Plant-based foods are on the rise

Forty-two percent of consumers worldwide think most people will likely be eating plant-based food instead of meat in the next ten years, according to a new global consumer research study conducted by GlobeScan, a global insights and advisory consultancy, and EAT, the science-based non-profit for global food system transformation.

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16 November 2022 2 min reading

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Symaga provides silos for iconic malting plant in Finland

Symaga, a leading Spanish company in grain storage systems, supplied a total number of 78 silos, comprised of 15 different sorts of metal hopper silos for the Finnish company Vicking Malt´s latest project.

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15 November 2022 3 min reading

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FAO forecasts record wheat production

In its new Food Outlook report, FAO’s forecast for world wheat production in 2022/23 stands at a record 784 million tonnes, up 0.6 percent from last season. Significant harvest recoveries in Canada and the Russian Federation are expected to make up the bulk of the year-on-year increase and offset production declines foreseen in several countries, including Argentina, Australia, the European Union, India, Morocco and, especially, Ukraine.

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15 November 2022 4 min reading

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Global food import bill set to rise to $2 trillion due to higher prices

The world food import bill is estimated to rise to US$1.94 trillion in 2022, higher than previously expected, according to a new report released by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).

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15 November 2022 4 min reading

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Kägi builds smart factory with the support of Bühler’s technology

Swiss technology group Bühler is taking the long-lasting and fruitful relationship with Kägi Söhne AG, the Swiss chocolate wafer producer, to the next level. Bühler is supporting Kägi in building its smart factory. By 2024, Kägi plans to have its entire machine park digitally networked and all process data visualized.

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10 November 2022 3 min reading

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USDA projects higher global wheat supply

In its November World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report, USDA put the global wheat supply for 2022/23 at 1,059 million tons, 1.3 million tons higher than the previous report. World production is raised by 1 million tons to 782.7 million as larger production in Australia, Kazakhstan, and the UK more than offsets declines in Argentina and the EU.

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10 November 2022 2 min reading

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Flood-hit Pakistan’s rice exports projected to decline by 17 percent

“The Pakistan rice crop was affected this year by devastating floods, with production forecast to fall 27 percent from 2021/22 to the lowest level since 2012/13. With tighter supplies, 2022/23 exports are forecast to return to more normal levels at 4 million tons,” the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) said in its latest grain market report released on 9th November.

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10 November 2022 4 min reading

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Currency depreciations risk intensifying food crisis in developing economies

The shrinking value of the currencies of most developing economies is driving up food and fuel prices in ways that could deepen the food and energy crises that many of them already face, according to the World Bank’s latest Commodity Markets Outlook report.

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10 November 2022 3 min reading

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New Dashboard to track food and nutrition security and global response

The Global Alliance for Food Security (GAFS), jointly convened by the German Group of Seven (G7) Presidency and the World Bank Group, launched the Global Food and Nutrition Security Dashboard as a key tool to fast-track a rapid response to the unfolding global food security crisis.

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