Taiwanese Feed Grain Industry Makes Purchases Following Export Exchange 2016

Using Market Access Program (MAP) funds, the U.S. Grains Council hosted an eight-member team of corn and distiller’s dried grains with solubes (DDGS) buyers from Taiwan to Michigan, Missouri and Kentucky in the fall of 2016. In addition to participating in the Export Exchange 2016 program, the team visited corn farms, ethanol/DDGS plants, grain elevators, grain traders and a life science company. The major purpose of this program was to promote U.S. feed grain exports to Taiwan.

U.S. Food Barley Promotion Program Yields Sales In Japan

Using Market Access Program (MAP) funds, the U.S. Grains Council has been promoting high beta-glucan barley as an alternative grain for the health conscious consumer in Japan. Barley promotion in Japan over the past 10 years has led to steadily increasing imports, increased consumer awareness and contracted sales in the most recent marketing year.

The Council has used a variety of activities in this effort, including educational seminars on health benefits of barley and reverse trade missions by the Japanese barley industry.

U.S. Grains Council Promotion Efforts At Export Exchange Lead To Exports to Egypt

Using Market Assess Program (MAP) funds, the U.S. Grains Council hosted a six-person team from Egypt to the biennial Export Exchange, held in October 2016 in Detroit, Michigan.

The team included representatives of major feed grain importing companies in Egypt who had the opportunity to visit corn producers, ethanol plants and major grain exporters in Maryland and Virginia prior to participating in the main conference.

U.S. Grains Council Promotion Efforts Lead To U.S. Exports To North Africa and Middle East

Using Market Assess Program (MAP) funds, the U.S. Grains Council hosted a nine-person team from Morocco, Tunisia, Lebanon and Jordan to the biennial Export Exchange, held in October 2016 in Detroit, Michigan.

The team included representatives of major feed grain importing companies in North Africa and the Middle East who had the opportunity to visit corn producers, ethanol plants and major grain exporters in Nebraska and Ohio prior to participating in the conference proceedings.

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