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Algeria faces record wheat imports. But where from?
Algeria will cement its place as the second ranked wheat importer. But the poor crop in France, its default supplier, questions where it will buy from
Corn, soy prices near the bottom. Cotton, sugar to revive
Rabobank forecasts minimal further downside for corn and soybean futures, and believes investors are too gloomy on cotton and sugar prices
Coffee soars as Latin America dryness fears rise
Arabica coffee prices cement their place above 200 cents a pound amid growing concerns over a lack of rainfall in Central America, and Brazil
Ros Agro mulls fish move even as pork profits soar
The Russian sugar-to-grains group says it is considering a "large investment" in aquaculture, alongside expansion at its thriving pork production arm
Cotton, sugar u-turns slow hedge funds' ag selling
Hedge funds' long-running selldown in agricultural commodities slows, despite a continued bearish turn in livestock and soybean positioning
Nut prices, elevated by weather setbacks, 'to stay high'
Prices of the noble nuts, like almonds, will stay supported, after weather setbacks in California and Turkey. But "common" nuts - forget it, Olam says
Olam's Ukraine grain volumes 'dried out' by crisis
Olam International says Ukraine grain volumes have "not happened" thanks to the country's unrest, highlighting fears in Africa over ebola too
Biogas, food investments lift KTG Agrar profits
Shares in the farming-to-vegetable oils group rise after it unveils a sharp rise in profits and says its foods division has reached a "critical size"
ICCO ditches idea of world cocoa output deficit
The organisation highlights the increasing importance of West Africa in cocoa as it foresees a world output surplus in 2013-14
World corn stocks to hit 27-year high, says IGC
The intergovernmental group lifts its estimate for world corn stocks at the end of 2014-15, seeing overall grain inventories hit a 15-year high too
ADM, Cargill may get harmed by sugar war crossfire
Credit Suisse warns of "pain" to US producers of corn-based sweeteners if Mexico retaliates against a proposed levy on its sugar exports
Germany admits wheat quality hiccups but UK upbeat
Germany acknowledges some specification setbacks to a huge wheat harvest. But the UK says its crop has the quality to expect a a "competitive edge"
Palm price dip mars Asian Plantations sale to FGV
Felda Global Ventures agrees to buy Asian Plantations, paying only a small premium, against a backdrop of weak palm oil prices, which hit a 5-year low
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