Blumberg Grain, a leading US-based food security company, said it has joined hands with the Egyptian government to implement the Middle East and North Africa’s largest integrated food security network for grain storage.
Warships from the Saudi-led coalition have blocked a vessel carrying more than 47,000 tonnes of wheat from entering a Yemeni port, demanding United Nations guarantees that the cargo would not go to military personnel, shipping sources said on Th
Private Iranian companies have bought about 85,000 tonnes of wheat to be sourced from the European Union and Black Sea regions in their first purchases for several weeks, European traders said on Thursday.
The grain was for March
Egypt, the world's top wheat importer, has bought around 2.9 million tonnes of wheat during the first half of 2014-2015 fiscal year, a top official said in a report.
According to Mamdouh Abdel Fattah - vice chairman of the Gen
Egypt and two companies from its strong backer UAE have embarked on an ambitious plan to grow wheat in the desert that could boost the Cairo government's credibility if successful.
Egypt, the world's biggest wheat importer
Egypt's state grain buyer, the General Authority for Supply Commodities (GASC), said it had bought 60,000 tonnes of wheat from France in a tender for shipment on December 21 to 31.
Egypt, the world's biggest state importer
Egypt's state grain buyer, the General Authority for Supply Commodities (GASC), said on Saturday it had bought 55,000 tonnes of U.S. soft red winter wheat in a tender for shipment October 21-31.
The wheat was purchased from Am
Iraq has enough wheat to last until March despite Islamic State militants taking over large areas of fertile land in the north, the head of the country's main grain-importing organisation told Reuters on Thursday.
Iran has bought 50,000 tonnes of Black Sea wheat, trade sources said on Wednesday, as the Islamic Republic tries to bolster stocks from global markets due to a lower-than-expected domestic harvest.
The cargoes were purchased by st
Private Iraqi grain traders have not been able get trucks across the Syrian border to complete a deal, first agreed in June, to buy 200,000 tonnes of wheat from Syria's state grain body due to conflict raging in both countries.