have hit the headlines throughout 2003, and while it now appears to
be on the road to recovery after revelations of fraud and losses of
€1 billion, it is still not all plain sailing for the Dutch
Farmers in southern Brazil are urging the government to pass an
emergency to allow use of GMO soybeans in the coming 2003-04 season
(October-September), reports the American Soybean Association this
Both Brazil and Argentina continue to increase their production and
export figures this year, reports the American Soybean Association,
news which falls in line with forecasts that South America will
become the world's main soybean...
With virtually all of the world's new soybean production expected
to come from increased plantings in South America over the next
five to ten years, organisers of an international conference on
soyfoods have chosen Brazil as...
European companies continue to make inroads into South America as
German-based GeneScan Europe announced this week that it has opened
a new laboratory in Brazil to test for the presence of genetically
modified organisms in food products...
Australian bakery ingredients company Burns Philp announced its
intentions to expand in the emerging Latin American market with the
acquisition of US Kraft Foods yeast and industrial bakery
ingredients business in Latin America.