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As demand for pulses spikes around the world in reaction to the coronavirus, the GPC takes a closer look at the phenomenon in this major dry bean consuming region.> Read more
COVID-19 Pandemic Impact on Food Security> Read more
AGT Poortman Dennis Sivyer talks about his experience sourcing product during the coronavirus outbreak.> Read more
The GPC has assembled a stellar panel to bring you up to date on these pulses and tell you what to expect in 2020.> Read more
A pilot program is in the works for 2020.> Read more
As October comes to a close, the pea and lentil harvests are nearly complete, and the bean harvest is past the halfway mark.> Read more
Food industry innovators, investors, researchers and policymakers gathered in San Francisco to share their visions for the future of food.> Read more
How weather and market access issues set the stage for this year’s crop.> Read more
A delegation of high-ranking officials from Pakistan's Plant Protection Department traveled to Ethiopia.> Read more
GPC Advocate Extension of Mbr Derogation in Brussels and Need for Alternative Solution for Exporters
By June Arnold Head of Policy, Gafta> Read more
Andrew Jacobs, London GPC IYP Oversight Group / FAO IYP Steering Committee / UK Pulse Promotion Group> Read more
Interviews with members of our industry
How a previously overlooked bean prompted a major Venezuelan importer to become an export pioneer.
Plant-based meat is catching on in the world’s top pulse consuming nation.
The CEO of a leading brokerage firm dealing in pulses from the Black Sea region weighs in on what to expect in 2020-21.
The company’s vice president for pea and new proteins talks pulses in the age of plant-based foods.
The renowned food technologist shares his insights on the pitfalls of explosive growth and what’s next for alternative “meat”.
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.
Best known for its Le Puy green lentils, today the company generates €60 million in annual sales and distributes its products to 45 countries.
Over the next four years, Canada will invest $153 million in plant protein R&D.
Science news and articles on pulse research