Articles By Sharon Levrez

12 Jul 2022 | Sharon Levrez
German farmers’ association Deutscher Bauernverband (DBV) has joined criticism of plans anounced by the European Commission...
12 Jul 2022 | Sharon Levrez
The European Parliament’s Agriculture and Rural Development Committee has approved an agreement with the Council on new...
11 Jul 2022 | Sharon Levrez
The European Parliament’s Agriculture Committee is meeting Monday and Tuesday for the first time since the Czech Republic...
11 Jul 2022 | Sharon Levrez
Food security will be a key priority of the Czech Republic’s second EU presidency, MEPs heard Monday.
US agribusiness conglomerate Bunge has denied reports that it planned to scale back its operations in Russia and sell its...
France's crop ratings continued to slowly decline over the week to June 20, still under the release effect of the rainfalls...
Both Ukraine and Moldova have been granted EU candidate status in a move that was widely expected after the European...
22 Jun 2022 | Sharon Levrez
The European Commission proposed new rules Wednesday to reduce use and risk of pesticides in member states as part of its...
The Trading Corporation of Pakistan (TCP) has issued an international tender for 500,000 mt of option origin wheat for...
Tunisia’s state grain buyer Office des Cereales (ODC) has booked 100,000 mt of milling wheat and 50,000 mt of barley in a tender that...
21 Jun 2022 | Sharon Levrez
The European Union may need to rethink part of its strategy for helping to get grain, and particularly wheat, out of Ukraine after MEPs held...
20 Jun 2022 | Sharon Levrez
European foreign ministers met in Luxembourg Monday, to discuss further support for Ukraine in the war against Russia and food security as a result of the war...
20 Jun 2022 | Sharon Levrez
France will see some loss of crops as a result of the extremely hot weather seen recently, but losses will be limited as the season is well advanced, French agriculture minister Marc Fesneau said...
Ukraine moved a step closer to membership of the European Union Friday after the Commission gave its backing to the...
17 Jun 2022 | Sharon Levrez
Ukraine’s agriculture ministry has high hopes that a European trading platform, GrainLane, will facilitate logistics in exporting Ukrainian grain to EU member states...
International partners are switching their focus to storage, after efforts to increase Ukraine's export of grains and oilseeds...
15 Jun 2022 | Sharon Levrez
German ethanol and animal feed producer CropEnergies has raised its revenue outlook for the 2022/2023 financial year following a strong performance in the first quarter...
13 Jun 2022 | Sharon Levrez
France’s national agency for food, environmental and occupational health safety, ANSES, warned on Monday of a high risk that the Japanese...
The pace of grain exports through France's main grain export hubs slowed in the week ending June 5 after last week's spike, while flows from the French Atlantic port of La Pallice...
FranceAgriMer has lowered its forecast for French soft wheat exports outside the EU this season for the third...
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