The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is selling 47,000 hectares of Australian farmland for approximately $100 million.
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The global sugar glut and cheap subsidized imports have forced African sugar mills to close and output to decrease.
Egypt’s Damietta port will be the first location transformed into a grain and food handling and processing hub.
National Geographic has compiled interactive representations of the dietary habits of countries worldwide.
A third major fire this year at Brazil’s Santos port has destroyed a sugar warehouse jointly owned by Cargill and Biosev.
Singapore-listed QAF, formerly known as Bunge, has exited Australian dairy with the sale of its Oxdale farm.
PrimeAg Australia has bought the Darling Farms cotton assets and North Burke Cotton Gin, including water storage for $40 million.
Processed meat and animal feed producer Nutreco has accepted a takeover bid of $3.4 billion by investment firm SHV.
Increased consumption and export rates will offset India’s increased sugar crushing to support higher than expected imports.
Brazil is planning to accelerate the intensification of its beef industry over the next ten years to expand into higher value exports.
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