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World Grain - February 2014
Table of Contents
From the Editor-in-chief - As a different food industry unfolds
Calendar of Events
News Review - Cargill earnings up 36% in second quarter
Bunge Brazil president, CEO to retire
Bunge names vice-president of grain operations
National Foods reopens Mutare, Zimbabwe maize mill
Port of Tacoma nears 2-million-container mark
The Andersons reduces investment in Lansing Trade
Two killed, 10 injured in feed plant explosion
Record U.S. soybean crush adds to oilseed bullishness
MGEX reports 20% volume increase in 2013
Cargill sells Zootech business in France
Cargill buys stake in Ukrlandfarming
Confusion, concern reign when it comes to GMO
CHS earnings down 30% in first quarter
Brazilian ports handle record volumes
AGRANA reports drop in operating profit
Canada invests in agriculture supply chain
Canada sets 26-million-tonne canola goal
Monsanto making progress with bioengineered wheat
Viterra to buy Lethbridge grain elevator
CWB buys interest in prairie terminal
Grain Market Review - Rice
Country Focus - Thailand
Feature - Interview with Andy Crane
To regulate, but how much?
How a cooperative ownership model fits with a growing international presence
Feature - Rebirth of the CWB
Feature - VICTAM Asia 2014
VICTAM Product Showcase
Feature - Thailand's largest miller continues to grow
Feature - Canal expansion to help U.S. exports
Feature - Important grain markets discussed at conference
Milling Operations - Sifting through the options
Feed Operations - Components of the pelleting system
Feature - Strong returns in 2013
North America: Solid gains for grain-based shares amid extraordinary bull market
Feature - UFA increases energy efficiency
Feature - Your ace in the hole
Technical Profile - New color sorting technology
Supplier News
Product Showcase
World Grain Archive
Advertiser Index/Reader Information Form International Faxback Program

World Grain - February 2014