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Dec 18, 2017 by Reuters
South Korea’s trade ministry has reported to parliament a plan to renegotiate the 2012 free trade agreement (FTA) with the U.S.; President Trump threatened earlier this year to scrap the accord unless it was revised.
Dec 09, 2017 by Reuters
Chicago Mercantile Exchange February live cattle futures fell on Friday for a seventh straight session on technical selling including fund long liquidation and uncertainty about near-term beef demand, traders said.
Dec 08, 2017 by Reuters
Russia’s largest pork producer Miratorg on Friday reported an outbreak of African Swine Fever (ASF) at one of its sites in the Belgorod region in central Russia.
Dec 07, 2017 by Reuters
Chicago Mercantile Exchange February live cattle futures fell Thursday for a sixth straight session.
Nov 29, 2017 by Reuters
U.S. lean hog futures fell on Wednesday, retreating from a three-week high on technical selling and a USDA report showing a jump in average hog weights in Iowa and southern Minnesota.
Nov 20, 2017 by Reuters
Russia will place temporary restrictions on imports of pork and beef products from Brazil from Dec. 1, the country’s Rosselkhoznadzor food safety watchdog said on Monday.
Nov 17, 2017 by Reuters
Amazon.com Inc said on Wednesday it will offer more discounts and steeper price cuts at Whole Foods Market on many organic foods and groceries popular during the holidays.
Nov 02, 2017 by Reuters
World food prices fell slightly in October from the previous month, as valuations dropped for all food commodities apart from cereals, the United Nations food agency said on Thursday.
Nov 01, 2017 by Reuters
China’s Ministry of Agriculture reported on Monday a case of foot and mouth disease in a pig breeding farm in southern Guangdong province.
Oct 09, 2017 by Reuters
President Donald Trump, who inspired millions of supporters last year in places like Morgan County, Ohio, has been losing his grip on rural America.
Jul 14, 2017 by Reuters
News stations in Des Moines reported that China basically bought all the soybeans produced in Iowa in its most recent purchase this week. China will buy beef and pork, too.
May 25, 2017 by Reuters
China's crushing margins for soybeans fell to nine-month lows this week as soymeal stocks rose to their highest since mid-2012 amid sluggish end-user demand, pulling prices for the livestock feed to their lowest in a ye
May 11, 2017 by Reuters
JBS SA, the world's largest meat processor, may postpone the New York listing of a global food processing unit originally expected for the second quarter because of lukewarm investor feedback after a scandal in Brazil,
Oct 26, 2015 by Reuters
China, the world's largest pork consumer, will soon resume imports from 14 U.S. pork plants and warehouses, after halting some shipments last year over the use of a feed additive, the USDA said on Friday.