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World Grain and Pulses Market

hububatdunya

According to the data of International Grains Council (IGC) dated 26 March, total grain production amount in the world was recorded as 1.794 million tons in 2012/13 season, 2.001 million tons in 2013/14 season. IGC forecasting that the production amount will reach to 2.000 million tons by 1 million tons of decrease in 2014/15 season points out the decrease in …

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World Pulses Market

dunyabakl'yat63

It is observed that the highest pulses production in 2013 was in the continent of Asia with 33.8 million tons. The most exported pulses product is dry peas. In 2011, the worldwide dry peas export was 4.8 million tons. Furthermore, dry peas are the most imported pulses products worldwide. In 2011, 3.2 million tons of dry peas were imported. Pulses, …

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Word Durum Wheat Market

durum_bugday

The demand for durum wheat which is used as raw material in pasta and bulghur production has been on increase. The global cultivation area of durum wheat is estimated to be around 16.7 million hectare. Global durum wheat production is estimated to have reached to 38 million tons in the same season. The leading producer countries are primarily Canada, Italy …

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World Corn Market and Turkey

misir

According to the report of International Grains Council (IGC) dated 27 November 2014; corn production of the world which was 875 million tons in 2011/12 season decreased to 860 million tons in 2012/13 season. According to the forecast of IGC; world corn production started to rise and reached to 984 million tons in 2013/14 season. IGC’s forecast for 2014/15 season …

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World Rye and Oats Market

cavdar

Worldwide production of rye and oats are lower than those of other cereal species. An average annual production of 14-15 million tons of rye in the world, and more than half of which is due to the production of 22-23 million tons of oats are provided by EU. According to USDA data; 13.7 million tons in the 2012/13 season as …

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World Wheat and Flour Market

makale

Wheat production in the world has increased considerably for the last two seasons. World wheat and flour market spent the 2012/13 season with a lower production than previous season and this caused high wheat prices due to this decline in the production. However in 2013/14 season the production has reached to 713 million tons with a record increase and the …

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World Feed Market and Turkey

urun

It is estimated that world compound feed production has increased 65% in the last 20 years. According to results of the surveys by Alltech; world compound feed production amount of 954 million tons obtained in 2012 reached to 963 million tons with an increase of 1% in 2013. China maintains its leadership in the production with the 189 million-ton feed …

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Alternative Grain and Agricultural Products

urun

Although the production and consumption of alternative grain and agricultural products used in flour production are not very high in the global scale, they are produced and consumed intensely in some regions and countries compared to other products. This means a brand new alternative technology for the processing industry that focuses on wheat, rice and corn as most of these …

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World Oilseeds Market

urun

When the worldwide production amounts are reviewed; it is seen that most intensely produced oilseeds are soy bean, canola (rapeseed), cottonseed, peanut, sunflower and palm kernel. Gaining market value in Turkey and the world each passing day; besides oil production these products are used as raw material or as an additive in flour, feed, biodiesel industries. It is seen that …

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World Barley Market and Turkey

urun

As the main raw material of feed and beer industries, barley is grain product that can be grown easily in every climate conditions. Being the most produced grain product after wheat and rice, 65 % of barley is used as animal feed, 33 % of it as malt for beer, whiskey and biodiesel production and 2 % of it as …

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