Oct. pork export value is highest of 2013

Pork exports remain strong, even though they're slightly down from last year's records.Congress needs to recognize the benefits of market access and development in maintaining this advantage. FULL STORY »

China rejects U.S. corn cargoes for GMO amid domestic glut

China rejected five batches of U.S. corn tainted with a genetically-modified strain not yet approved by its agriculture ministry, a move that could discourage imports amid a growing domestic supply surplus. FULL STORY »

Pork exports hold steady over holiday weekend

Pork net sales have changed little over the past several weeks. FULL STORY »

Potential benefits for businesses with WTO deal

The International Chamber of Commerce supports an agreement on trade facilitation during the World Trade Organization Ministerial being held in Bali this week. FULL STORY »

Pork Checkoff kicks off '21 Days of Christmas Traditions'

The Pork Checkoff will launch a social media promotion - "21 Dias de Tradiciones Navideñas" (21 Days of Christmas Traditions) - on its Spanish-language Facebook page as part of its efforts to engage with Hispanic consumers during the holidays. FULL STORY »

Chinese holiday season brims with visions of pork

The holiday season is approaching in China, and shoppers and retailers alike are brimming with visions of pork – and, increasingly, of U.S. pork. FULL STORY »

European Commission may triple spending to support ag exports

While the U.S. Congress continues to debate budget cuts, the European Commission has proposed more than tripling its spending in the international marketplace to support the export of EU agricultural and agri-food sector products. FULL STORY »

USMEF: Update on U.S. beef, pork exports through September

Newly released export results for September showed a continued strong performance for the U.S. beef industry. FULL STORY »

Beef exports continue upward trend; pork remains down slightly

Paced by sustained strong performances by the Japan and Hong Kong markets and a rebound in Mexico, U.S. beef exports in September remained ahead of 2012 levels. FULL STORY »

Some folks not happy with Chinese purchases of U.S. commodities

Every Thursday, the grain market anxiously anticipates the export sales for the week, indicating the amount of corn and soybeans to be shipped abroad, and particularly how much will be going to China. FULL STORY »

Exports: Pork sales still sliding

The USDA reported pork net sales of 7,600 metric tons (MT) for 2013 in its latest “U.S. Export Sales report.” FULL STORY »

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