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  • Rice is the new meat   Wednesday, 25 Feb 2015 | 11:55 AM ET
    Rice is the new meat

    Americans are increasingly looking to add more protein to their diets, and rice protein is seen as an attractive alternative. Jane Wells speaks to the CEO of Axiom, the largest producer of plant-based proteins in the U.S.

  • Taste for imports drives up Japan's grocery bill Sunday, 28 Dec 2014 | 5:43 PM ET

    Yen weakness is driving up the cost of Japan's food imports, but analysts say pinched pocketbooks won't slow consumers' taste for meals from overseas.

  • Corn and wheat futures also fell at the Chicago Board of Trade, with corn hitting session lows in the minutes after the monthly supply and demand report was released at midday. USDA pegged both soybean and corn ending stocks below analyst expectations amid strong soy export demand and increased corn domestic demand for sweeteners. "I think it's a buy the rumor,...

  • *Corn, wheat, soybeans post weekly losses. CHICAGO, Nov 7- Chicago Board of Trade wheat futures dropped for the fourth day in a row on Friday as U.S. exporters struggled to compete in an export market laden with supplies from around the globe, traders said. Corn prices also fell, with investors staking out positions ahead of a U.S. Agriculture Department report that was...

  • *Corn, wheat, soybeans on track for weekly losses. CHICAGO, Nov 7- Chicago Board of Trade wheat futures dropped for the fourth day in a row on Friday as U.S. exporters struggled to compete on an export market laden with supplies from around the globe, traders said. Corn and soybean prices also fell, with investors staking out positions ahead of a U.S. Agriculture...

  • *Corn supported by gains in soybeans, strong export data. "There is just a lot of demand out there," said Greg Grow, director of agribusiness at Archer Financial Services. Corn prices edged higher, supported by the gains in soybeans as well as better-than-expected export data.

  • *Corn supported by gains in soybeans, strong export data. "There is just a lot of demand out there," said Greg Grow, director of agribusiness at Archer Financial Services. Corn prices edged higher, supported by the gains in soybeans as well as better-than-expected export data.

  • *Corn, soy close firm on short-covering. Corn and soybeans rose, snapping two-session losing streaks on a round of short-covering. Egypt, the world's top buyer of wheat, on Wednesday again bypassed U.S. offerings in its latest tender in favor of cheaper supplies from France and Ukraine.

  • *Corn edges higher on bargain buying. Corn edged higher, with traders noting some bargain buying after posting sharp declines in the previous two sessions. Egypt, the world's top buyer of wheat, on Wednesday again bypassed U.S. offerings in its latest tender in favor of cheaper supplies from France and Ukraine.

  • *Wheat also weak on technical selling. CHICAGO, Nov 4- U.S. corn and soybean futures fell for the second day in a row on Tuesday on pressure from an advancing harvest that provided country elevators and processors around the U.S. "We have established a short-to-intermediate top of our trading range and we are just kind of retreating back toward the middle of it," said...

  • *Wheat also weak on technical selling. "We have established a short-to-intermediate top of our trading range and we are just kind of retreating back toward the middle of it," said Bill Gentry, broker at Risk Management Commodities. At 10:54 a.m. CST, Chicago Board of Trade corn for December delivery was down 7 cents at $3.66-1/ 2 a bushel.

  • *Corn also weak as harvest pace quickens. *Wheat firm but poor export demand limits gains. Corn futures also fell, weighed down by the weakness in the soy complex as well as a firm dollar that chilled demand for U.S. supplies on the export market.

  • GRAINS-U.S. soy falls after rally, pulls corn lower Monday, 3 Nov 2014 | 1:06 PM ET

    *Wheat firm but poor export demand limits gains. Good harvest weather in the U.S. and better planting weather in South America suggest that supply will remain comfortable, " Tobin Gorey, an analyst at Commonwealth Bank of Australia, said in a research note to clients. Chicago Board of Trade soybeans for January delivery were down 19-3/ 4 cents at $10.29-1/ 2 a bushel at...

  • --Clyde Russell is a Reuters columnist. This will still take some time, as Thailand, when it was the world's top exporter of the grain, shipped around 10 million tonnes a year, meaning even 2 million tonnes of stockpile is a significant amount for the market to absorb. The not so positive news is that Thailand has 12.6 million tonnes of rapidly deteriorating rice that...

  • *Wheat supported by USDA stocks view. CHICAGO, Oct 10- Chicago Board of Trade corn and soybean futures dropped on Friday, with big crops in focus following a U.S. Agriculture Department report that boosted already-record forecasts for U.S. production. Wheat futures closed higher after the USDA cut its outlook for domestic supplies in the closely watched report.

  • *Corn, soy firm despite expectations for record crops. Corn and soybeans firmed, with corn notching its seventh straight day of gains. "It seems that the rally ran out of steam as fundamentals globally remain a bit bearish," said Greg Grow, director of agribusiness at Archer Financial Services.

  • *Corn, soy firm despite expectations for record crops. Corn and soybeans firmed, with corn on track for its seventh straight day of gains. "The U.S. Agriculture Department is going to remind us of a world that is flush with wheat," said Tom Fritz, a partner with EFG Group in Chicago.

  • California rice farmer: Drought may make us 'quit' Wednesday, 10 Sep 2014 | 2:07 PM ET
    Rice harvest in the Sacramento Valley, Calif.

    The ongoing drought in California is cutting back the state's rice crop. It's gotten so bad, one rice farmer said they might have to sell the land.

  • Girl Scouts go gluten-free in test cookie push Monday, 27 Jan 2014 | 4:15 PM ET

    In two weeks, Girl Scouts will descend upon supermarkets and businesses to peddle boxes of cookies, tempting people with a new gluten-free cookie.

  • FDA: Your rice isn't killing you (for now) Friday, 6 Sep 2013 | 12:14 PM ET

    The FDA said, after testing 1,300 samples of rice and rice products, that the amount of detectable arsenic is too low to cause immediate or short-term negative health effects.