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Organic Rice available in Miami for immediate delivery!

  We can offer Brown and White Organic Long Grain Rice, packed in 1000kg tote vacuum packed bags.   As always, our rice has strict quality controls from the field until delivery to your door. We promise ethical and sustainable food products, and the minimum order is only 1 pallet load. Please email sales@tradelinksa.com for more information!     […]

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Agriculture news from week 18

New Zealand Government winter grazing advice leaves farmers confused after months of planning Farmers are confused about Government advice on how to prepare for winter grazing, in order to avoid controversial scenes of cows in mud. Beef and Lamb North Island general manager Corina Jordan said the guidance from the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) […]

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Addressing the Shipping Issues of 2021

 Container shortages, capacity constraints, higher shipping costs, and ongoing impacts of the global pandemic all placed new challenges in front of ocean shippers last year. Those roadblocks have yet to be removed in 2021, although some early signs of relief are beginning to surface. The problem is that the shortage—among other forces—is driving shipping rates […]

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KNOWING YOUR FlOURS

Most flours are alike in texture at first glance, especially when they are arranged beside each other on the supermarket shelves. But these ingredients for cooking and baking are much more different than it seems. Knowing the varieties and to which these types are used will help you kick up that unique recipe. Rice Flour […]

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Sustainable Organic Rice Supply

We have great supply with finest quality which we have controlled from the fields up until shipping. We can also offer stock with immediate delivery in the USA, with no importation hassles. Organic Rice White or Brown Long Grain Rice Flour The rice season in Argentina is starting now and hopes of increasing production this […]

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Chia Seed Global Market Update 2021

Chia Seed Production The production of chia seed only develops in certain areas of the globe due to consumers’ lack of knowledge on its health benefits and the climate it grows on. North America tops the largest share of the chia seeds market, followed by Europe and Asia Pacific markets. The Covid-19 pandemic remarkably affects […]

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Agriculture news from week 17

New Zealand Investigation finds Dutch company dumping frozen fries in NZ Foreign fries are being dumped in New Zealand but the Government says current volumes aren’t a threat to the local potato industry. Last year, Potatoes New Zealand warned of a “tsunami” of cheap frozen potato products as Covid-19 lockdowns left European growers with a 2.6 million […]

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Cassava Flour Global Market Update 2021

The use of cassava flour in traditional recipes has been introduced for centuries by Native Americans, as well as in Latin American cultures. In tropical regions, cassava is the third-largest source of carbohydrates, after rice and maize; and is considered as one of the staple foods for many regions. Consumption and Production Countries like China, […]

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Agriculture news from week 16

New Zealand Live animal exports to continue at Port Taranaki until 2023 Port Taranaki says it will continue to provide facilities and services for live cattle exports until the Government’s two-year phase out period ends. The Government announced on Wednesday that the $250 million live animal export trade will be banned from 2023. Although the […]

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Trend-driven innovation opportunities: episode 1

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZqF-psUmLFw Plant-Based Foods Plant-based items continue to be a trend into 2021, surveys show a high increase of consumption of protein from plant sources during the pandemic. Sales of plant-based protein and meat alternatives are projected to increase to a whopping $85 billion in 2030. There are many exciting options mentioned below! . 1-New plant-based […]

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