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Mexico hunts for grain suppliers amid fears of tinkering of NAFTA

Amid fears that U.S. President Donald Trump will tinker the North American Free-Trade Agreement (NAFTA), Mexican government officials and executives from 16 industry groups...
Changes to America’s school lunch program present opportunity for rice.

America’s new school lunch program to present opportunity for rice industry

American Secretary of Agriculture, Mr. Sonny Perdue signed a new waiver to give America’s schools more flexibility to make food choices that are both...

Storms in USA spell disaster in Arkansas Rice County

Arkansas Delta region in USA overflowed with rain brought by the that started Saturday night and forecasts show another heavy rain coming through tomorrow...

USA faces inspection issues for its rice exports to Taiwan

Representatives from the U.S. and Taiwan rice industries met for two days last week to discuss a range of technical issues influencing rice trade. ...

Mexican Rice Council meets USA Rice Delegation to sort out trade issues

A USA Rice delegation of growers, millers, merchants, and exporters is meeting with Mexican officials and customers here to reassure them of the U.S....

Colombia to halt rice import restrictions of U.S. paddy

The government of Colombia, after too many delays, looks close to removing longstanding import restrictions on U.S. paddy. Colombian plant health officials have now...

LA Family-Owned Falcon Rice Mill Added To Prestigious National Culinary Register

The National Food & Beverage Foundation recently added Falcon Rice Mill to its National Culinary Heritage Register, a list of culinary products, processes, inventions,...

Mexico turns to Brazilian rice in wake of trade wars with US

Owing to country’s trade war, a move announced recently by Mexican diplomats may be a precursor of what could be happening in the coming...

Mexico announces quota tax waiver for 150,000 tonnes of rice

The Mexican government decided to open the quota for rice for Thailand, Argentina, India, Italy, Uruguay, Vietnam and the United States. Rice imported to...

Benefits of adaptation to climate change by farmers outweigh the costs- FAO Director-General

Speaking at the World Government Summit in Dubai, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Director-General José Graziano da Silva, said that...

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