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Soya bean update from around the globe

Escalating trade war issues between the world’s two largest superpowers has prompted China to shun United States (US) soya beans. Instead, there is clear...

Qatar, South Africa trade rises by 70%

The trade volume between Qatar and South Africa has increased by 70% during the post-blockade period as a result of emerging market opportunities and...

Global pork trade facing unprecedented change

Escalating trade tensions between the United States (US) and China, and within North America, are expected to greatly impact global pork trade in the...

Illicit tobacco trade affecting farmers in SA

On 5 July the Tobacco Institute of Southern Africa (TISA) hosted an event to brief the media on illicit tobacco trade in South Africa....

Poultry quarterly results show trade volatility

Global poultry trade has become highly volatile, with Brazil very much at the centre of the turmoil. Apart from issues surrounding the weak flesh...

Australia: Slaughters spike as mutton and lamb demand strengthens

Australia: Slaughters spike as mutton and lamb demand strengthens The confluence of strong lamb and mutton demand, and drought-induced strong supply has seen Victorian...

USA agri exports could be diverted to SA

The United States of America (USA) is the world’s largest exporter of agricultural products accounting for a 9.5% share in the global agricultural exports...

The rhino horn trade: Still cause for concern

The current battle for the rhino is mainly concerned with the horns of these remarkable animals – horns that are worth more than gold...

What will the onion trade look like in ten years?

Fresh Plaza recently asked some of the top onion producers in the Netherlands, one of the top producers globally, what they think the industry...

SA agricultural trade surplus increased in March 2018

Following the note released last month (April 2018), the total agricultural exports and imports for the first two months of 2018 were adjusted downward...