As reported previously, USDBC is projecting a decrease in Mexican bean production for Spring Summer cycle. Now that we have had a chance to re survey the plantings and harvest we can confirm our numbers, which differ significantly from official SIAP (Mexican Agri food agency) numbers. This is why it’s critical for us to send […]Read More
Introducing our new Affiliated Membership!
USDBC is offering affiliate membership to any company that handles
beans directly, such as shippers, packagers, exporters, etc.
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Argentina current bean marketing year is off to an unusually slow start due to the small caliber of this year’s black bean crop. Drought during the growing season greatly impacted grain size and led to a decrease in exports to Brazil, historically Argentina’s top black bean buyer. Brazil prefers black beans of at least 4 […]Read More
Given the strong trade and cultural ties between our two nations, an FTA (KORUS) in place, and an interest in importing high quality U.S. agricultural products, USDBC conducted an initial assessment of the Korean market. USDBC met with four of the main dry bean importers/end users as well as the U.S. Agricultural Trade Office (ATO) […]Read More