09:47AM Apr 23, 2020

China books more U.S. soy, looking to build stockpiles

AgWeb Contributor

U.S. exporters signed deals to send 272,000 tonnes of soybeans to China, the U.S. Agriculture Department said on Thursday morning, the second day in a row an export sale to

08:49AM Apr 23, 2020

Japanese Company Acquires 35 Bunge Locations Along Mississippi River

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

Zen-Noh Grain Corporation (ZGC), of Japan, announced on Wednesday that it will buy 35 Bunge grain origination elevators along the Mississippi River. The purchase from Bunge North America is pending

09:19AM Apr 06, 2020

FDA continues import inspections remotely

Chris Koger
News Editor, The Packer

The Food and Drug Administration is asking importers to send records required by the Food Safety Modernization Act’s Foreign Supplier Verification Programs electronically.

09:19AM Apr 02, 2020

I-80 Planting Tour: Homeschool Becomes New Normal During Plant Prep

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter

School time now comes with some shop time for Indiana farmer Charlie Houin and his sons. While great-grandma, grandma and grandpa help homeschool due to the COVID-19, Houin works to

14:20PM Apr 01, 2020

Sorghum Seeks Acres

Clinton Griffiths
AgDay Anchor, Executive Producer

A strong export picture could boost profit potential

19:19PM Mar 26, 2020

Richard Owen talks trade and COVID-19 relief

Tom Karst
AgWeb Contributor

The Packer’s Tom Karst visited on March 26 with Richard Owen, vice president of global membership and engagement for the Produce Marketing Association.

12:24PM Mar 20, 2020

New inspections for Mexican tomatoes at border coming soon

Chris Koger
News Editor, The Packer

The U.S. Department will start inspecting Mexican tomatoes entering the U.S. on April 4, as part of the suspension agreement with the Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration.