There is an “an overwhelming lack of knowledge" about the ecological sustainability of the emerging insects-as...
Cargill will invest more than $200m in Pakistan in the next three-to-five years as it renews its longstanding...
ADM has signed an agreement to purchase the remaining 50% stake of UK-based grain trader Gleadell Agriculture,...
Louis Dreyfus will sell or wind down its dairy business by the middle of this year as part of a strategy to ex...
Tyson Foods has joined forces with US non-profit organisation Environmental Defense Fund in a move to accelera...
European trade body FoodDrinkEurope has warned of the “dramatic economic consequences” of a no-deal Brexit for...
Cargill Limited will be closing its Birch Hills, Saskatchewan grain elevator effective 31 December 2010. The facility will stop accepting grain deliveries as of 1 December 2010. Read more
Many of you will have seen the recent news stories on how meat from cloned cows has made its way into the food chain. Read more
Energy supplier Essent and the international dairy company FrieslandCampina have entered into a collaboration agreement for the production and supply of green energy by FrieslandCampina's me... Read more
Hundreds of dairy farmers across the UK have been in contact with the NFU to express their views on proposals from Arla Foods Milk Partnership to increase investment in Arla Foods UK through... Read more
Land O'Lakes has announced the introduction of its 2010 Corporate Social Responsibility Report. Read more
Fonterra has signed an agreement with the government of Yutian County in China that formalises the final stage of due diligence on two potential Fonterra dairy farm sites. Read more
Wheat production is down on the five-year average according to results of an NFU members' survey. Read more
It was interesting to note a recent FT online news story last week that referred to the doubling cost of barley in a two-week period. The question the journalist asked the pundit: 'Will we n... Read more
Fonterra expects to ship more than 235,000 metric tonnes of butter and cheese per year from its new Crawford Street Cool Store in Hamilton, which was officially opened on 10 September 2010. Read more
Turnover at Ireland’s Donegal Creameries rose 4.9% to €60.6m in the first half of the year, with profits also climbing as dairy prices rose and the agri-inputs business saw a ‘significant tu... Read more
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