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Egypt sets aside $1.4bn to buy domestic wheat

The Egyptian government has set aside "around 10 billion Egyptian pounds" ($1.4 billion) to buy wheat from local farmers, the Supplies Minister said, as the world's top wheat importer aims to encourage domestic output and reduce it

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Kellogg’s unveils new 3-grain Special K recipe

Kellogg Company’s Special K cereal is now offering a delicious new three grain recipe that makes it a great breakfast option for anyone who is weight-conscious and actively managing their shape. Now with the benefits of rice

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Grain reserves tighten as food prices fall

  Global food markets face further volatility in 2013 as stocks and supply of key cereals tightened, even as world food prices fell for a second month in November to their lowest since June, said the United Nations food agency.

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Syria buys grain via Lebanon to beat sanctions

Syria is importing significant volumes of grain via Lebanon to work around western sanctions and secure vital supplies, European traders told Reuters. The trade is not illegal because food imports are not included in sanctions imposed by t

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Iran paying for grain with gold, oil

Iran is seeking to close grain purchases using gold and oil as payment, and has paid in yen for a large volume of wheat in its first deal since western sanctions against Tehran started choking imports of food staples, European wheat exporters said

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Iran paying for grain with gold, oil

Iran is seeking to close grain purchases using gold and oil as payment, and has paid in yen for a large volume of wheat in its first deal since western sanctions against Tehran started choking imports of food staples, European wheat exporters said

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Global grains picture brightens

World grain supplies will be much healthier next year than previously forecast, the US government said in a report that could put further pressure on crop prices that have already tumbled from their peaks. Apart from an unexpectedly de

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Libya set to ramp up grains purchases

Libya is set to step up commercial purchases of wheat and flour in the coming weeks although western sanctions imposed on ousted leader Muammar Gaddafi and worries over port security will hinder the pace of shipments, trade and shipping sources sa

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World grain output seen up, prices to stay high

World cereals output is expected to rise to a new record in 2011 due to more planting and improved yields but low stocks are set to keep prices high and volatile, the United Nations' food agency said. Global cereals output is expected to

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Food prices hit new high, grains to get costly

Global food prices rose to a fresh high in December and the prices of corn, wheat and other grains can go much higher, said the United Nations' food agency Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) on Wednesday. 'We are concerned, th

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