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Interviews with members of our industry
The CEO of a leading brokerage firm dealing in pulses from the Black Sea region weighs in on what to expect in 2020-21.
Columbia Grain International’s President and CEO on past and present shifts in the U.S. pulse industry.
The company’s vice president for pea and new proteins talks pulses in the age of plant-based foods.
As the country harvests the largest of its two pulse crops, the GPC gets the inside scoop from a main producer and exporter.
As Canada’s New Crop Comes In, Quality is a Concern: An Interview with Marcos Mosnaim of Globeways Canada Inc.
The early scoop on this year’s pulse crops from one of Canada’s leading pulse processors and exporters.
With India’s withdrawal from the market, Tanzania’s pulse industry looks to its roots to secure its future.
Over the next four years, Canada will invest $153 million in plant protein R&D.