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13 May 2022 3 min reading

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Uğur Promilling moved to its new factory and raised its target

Uğur Promilling, one of the well-established companies in the milling technologies sector, started production in its new facility equipped with the latest technology. The company continues its investments for the future by increasing its production capacity with its modern facility with a closed area of 26,000 square meters in the Çorum Organized Industrial Zone.

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13 May 2022 3 min reading

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Food technology pioneer OlbrichtArom turns 150

This year, OlbrichtArom, a producer of custom flavourings, celebrates its 150th anniversary. OlbrichtArom specializes in improving the flavour of foods to make them unique and distinctive.

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13 May 2022 2 min reading

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Automatic external pole magnet for feed and bulk goods

The automatic external pole magnet, recently developed by Goudsmit Magnetics from Waalre, is suitable for processing large capacities of feed and bulk goods. The magnet shown at the Victam stand 1351 can be used for intake in ship unloading installations and serves to protect the machinery.

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13 May 2022 3 min reading

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Flexitarians drive plant-based food segment

New research results show that flexitarian consumers are driving the demand for plant-based food. They are especially interested in transparent labels, sustainability, health and food adventures. The global survey was conducted by the market research agency Insites Consulting, on behalf of BENEO, with 11,990 consumers in 10 countries.

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10 May 2022 6 min reading

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Acute food insecurity hits new highs

The number of people facing acute food insecurity and requiring urgent life-saving food assistance and livelihood support continues to grow at an alarming rate. This makes it more urgent than ever to tackle the root causes of food crises rather than just responding after they occur. This is a key takeaway from an annual report launched by the Global Network Against Food Crises (GNAFC) - an international alliance of the United Nations, the European Union, governmental and non-governmental agencies working to tackle food crises together.

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10 May 2022 3 min reading

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Grain trade expected to decline from the 2020/21 record level

FAO released a new Cereal Supply and Demand Brief with updated forecasts pointing to a likely 1.2 percent decline in world trade in cereals in the 2021/22 marketing year compared to the previous year.

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29 April 2022 3 min reading

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BENEO invests €50 million in pulse-processing plant

€50 million investment enables BENEO to extend its footprint into the fast-growing market for sustainably produced plant-based protein ingredients.

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29 April 2022 3 min reading

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AGI launches StepUp4Ukraine collaboration

Recognizing the growing humanitarian crisis in Ukraine, Ag Growth International Inc. (AGI) announced a collaboration with the Mohawk Medbuy Corporation (MMC) and the St. Michael’s Hospital Foundation to purchase and deliver emergency medical equipment and supplies to the people of Ukraine.

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29 April 2022 3 min reading

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Imas Machinery announces public offering

Imas Machinery, which exports grain milling and feed mill machinery, band saw machines and steel structure systems, and also offers integrated milling solutions, is offered to the public. The book-building dates for the public offering of the company, whose application has been approved by the Capital Markets Board, were determined as 20-21-22 April 2022.

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29 April 2022 2 min reading

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South American wheat exports soar to offset tighter Black Sea supplies

Record wheat crops in both Argentina and Brazil have provided ample exportable supplies as major importers scramble to find alternative sources of wheat amid the disruption to Ukraine exports.

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28 April 2022 2 min reading

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Scoular acquires Florida grain and feed facilities

Scoular, a U.S. grain trading, handling and processing firm has acquired two facilities in northern Florida to help the company better serve grain and livestock producers in the Southeastern United States.

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22 April 2022 3 min reading

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Global grain stocks to lower sharply in 2022/23

International Grains Council (IGC) has shared its first 2022/23 supply and demand projections for all commodities. Noting the projections are especially tentative given the conflict in the Black Sea region, IGC cut total global grain production by 12 million tons, trade by 9 million tons and carryover stocks by 26 million tons from its 2021/22 forecast.

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