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Chinese buyers continue to turn their backs on Canadian soybeans. The latest data from Statistics Canada confirms industry fears, says Soy Canada executive director Ron Davidson. “The numbers are clearly substantiating what the exporters are telling us, which is essentially the Chinese importers aren’t interested in purchasing Canadian soybeans right now,” Davidson said. He added […] Read more
Despite reports of China suspending purchases from some exporters, its imports of Canadian canola as of March 31 are well ahead of same period last crop year crop, as are its imports of soybeans and wheat. Meanwhile, in a report last Friday, the U.S. Department of Agriculture again reduced its Chinese oilseed import forecasts due […] Read more
Offshore buyers don’t just love your products anymore. Some also want a cross-section of the whole value chain. For evidence, look no further than the recent sale of Manitoba’s HyLife Foods to the Thai-based conglomerate Charoen Pokphand Foods (CPF), the third-largest sow company in the world. Once finalized, the deal will hand off 50.1 per […] Read more