Brazil: A new dawn for the organic market - large-scale production is now a reality
Marcelo Lüders shares his insights on the booming organic pulses market in Brazil ahead of the Brazilian Bean Pulses & Special Crops Forum on April 11-14.
Pulse Day Brasilia will have plant-based product launches
Debates about opportunities created by this market are also part of the event.
USDBC Bean Harvest 2021 Webinar
The webinar covered Michigan, California, Minnesota and North Dakota, Rocky Mountain and Nebraska.
DW Sturt & Co's August 12 US Dry Bean Report
DW Sturt & Co are renowned in the pulses industry for their in-depth reports on North American dry beans.
The Global Pulse Confederation’s First Ever "Ask the Experts: South America"
Event is scheduled for July 29, 2021.
Report on Argentina’s 2021 Dry Bean Crop
With the harvest all but wrapped, CLERA shares its observations on beans that have arrived at processing plants.
North America Pulse Planting 2021
Persistent drought in the U.S. Northern Plains and Canadian Prairies has growers hoping for rain.
Interviews with members of our industry
EU regulations are affecting Peruvian exports but domestic demand is ever-increasing
The Peruvian market may be facing challenges from the EU but Jorge Fernandez Gil says new doors are opening for Agro Fergi’s exports and domestic demand is ever-increasing.
European self-sufficiency can be a reality - but it will take years: Henk van Leeuwen on the complications of EU tariffs
Henk van Leeuwen joined the company in 1990 and Kira Nash spoke to him about EU tariffs, European self-sufficiency, the French pulses market and the shipping industry.
A unique market: Carlo Scazzola on canning pulses in Italy
Kira Nash spoke with Carlo Scazzola, president of Italian brokers Agras Pulses, which was established in 1984 as part of Agras group and deals largely in pulse exports into Italy, about Italian consumption, export issues and the intricacies of the canning industry.
Montserrat San José Cabezas of Legumbres Victor on the drivers of consumption and cultivation of pulses in Spain
Luke Wilkinson spoke to Montserrat about the benefits of a well-placed business, her pride in the products of her region and how EU subsidies have promoted pulses among its hard-working farmers.
Mike Anderson of Anderson Northwest on the changing US demand and pulse growing in the Palouse
Kira Nash spoke to Mike Anderson of Anderson Northwest in Washington state, USA, about company philosophy, the changing landscape of the North American market and the opportunities on the horizon in the post-Covid future.
Steele & Company’s Candy Willett on how, even after a difficult year, the future is bright for US pulses
Kira Nash spoke with Candy Willett from US-based Steele & Company about the US pulse market, export trends and demand, the removal of EU tariffs, and what 2022 has to offer.
A hopeful future for pulses: Agustina and Rita Villafañe of Argencrops discuss the challenges and opportunities of bean production in Argentina
The Villafañe sisters, at the head of Argencrops, talk to Luke Wilkinson about beans, brand new markets, and the trials and tribulations of working in Argentina’s remote production hub.
From Argentina to the world: Eugenia Campanelli on KC Agribusiness and her career in pulses
Eugenia Campanelli is the director of KC Agribusiness, formerly KC World Trade. In an interview with Ana Krepp, she shares her experiences with and perspective on agribusiness in Argentina.
Ramiro Berraz of Legumbres Argentinas discusses the pulses landscape in Argentina
Legumbres Argentinas has been a producer and exporter of pulses for nearly 20 years, an early pioneer paving the way for pulse exports from Argentina to Europe.
A promising landscape: Mirko Geremia on the future of Bolivian pulses
Mirko Geremia is a Brazilian pioneer in the Bolivian grain market and is the owner of Safras Corretora de Cereais. In an interview with Ana Krepp, he reveals the steps he took to become an important agent in the grain industry in Latin America, drawing parallels between markets in the region.
At his retirement, Casibeans’s Carlo Suy reflects on a life in the industry
Kira Nash spoke with Carlo Suy, the recently retired former head of Belgian and international brand Casibeans to discuss the company’s history and the highlights and challenges of his career in pulses.
Trade talk with Karim Asaad
Speaking from his Kimpex International office in Cairo, Brooks & Kempton’s founder and CEO talked to Madaline Dunn about trade, perseverance and the importance of community support in the pulses industry.