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Weekly Update on India’s Pea Market (Mar. 8 – 13)
IGrain’s Rahul Chauhan provides information on pricing and current inventories, as well as import figures and news from domestic and international markets.
Argentina 2020 Dry Pea Planting Report
Strong green pea prices generated grower excitement, but dry conditions curbed seeding intentions.
The United Kingdom’s Pulse Renaissance
What is behind the country’s renewed appetite for a forgotten food staple?
Quality of 2019 Canadian Pulses Better than Expected
Despite challenging harvest conditions, the grading breakdown is not that far from the average.
Canadian Pulse Growers Struggle to Wrap Up Harvest
As October comes to a close, the pea and lentil harvests are nearly complete, and the bean harvest is past the halfway mark.
Update on Canada’s Pulse Crops
Rains are slowing the combines and eroding the quality of the pulse crops still out in the fields.
Indian Pulse Conclave Communique
India Update: Policy Uncertainty Grips Pulse Trade
By G. Chandrashekhar, Global Agribusiness and Commodities Market Specialist
Analysis on Pakistan Pulses Market
By Faisal Anis Majeed Bombi’s Group
Report on North America Pulse Prospects
By Brian Clancey Editor, Stat Pub
India’s Policy Intervention Upsets Global Pulse Market
By G. Chandrashekhar
Pulses Sector Needs Risk Management Tool
By Nidhi Nath Srinivas Chief Marketing Officer, NCDEX
Canadian Analyst's Perspective of Indian Pulse Situation
By Brian Clancey STAT Publications
Canada New Crop Sowing
By Sundar Ramakrishnan Senior Vice President Trading Agrocorp International Pte. Ltd.
Interviews with members of our industry
“Attending an event like this is all about meeting with and creating a global network of like-minded partners”. Greg Cherewyk of Pulse Canada.
Pulse Canada is a national association that represents the growers, processors, and exporters of peas, beans, lentils, chickpeas, and faba beans. Ahead of the upcoming Pulses 22 convention, Kirsten Provan spoke to Greg Cherewyk, President of Pulse Canada, about the 25 by 25 strategy, the current demand for Canadian grown pulses, and opportunities for growth in the industry.
“We need to get back to face-to-face business; it creates more consistency and better structure.” ADM Edible Beans looks ahead to Pulses 22
Madaline Dunn talked to Orion Roy-Wright, trade manager, and Jason Burns, general manager at ADM Edible Beans, to get their insight into the evolution of the pulse industry, how it's coping with recent trade challenges, and what's ahead for the company
Jeff Van Pevenage thinks the pulse business is cool. And he’s not the only one
The CEO of Columbia Grain on why more and more young people are getting into the industry and what advice he’s passing on to his son.
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.
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.
Faisal Anis Majeed of Bombi’s Group on the challenges and opportunities of the Pakistani pulses industry
With a population of over 220 million — the fifth largest in the world — Pakistan is one of the most significant importers of pulses in the world.
Hunain Khatri of SS Indenters on trading in Pakistan and his outlook for 2022
Hunain Khatri has more than a decade’s trading experience in Pakistan, spanning everything from chemicals to crops. He is currently MD of SS Indenters’ foreign trading business, where he oversees more than 350,000 metric tonnes in global pulses trading every year. Jesse Sam caught up with him briefly in late December to get his outlook for the first quarter of the new year.
Diversify, diversify, diversify - Daniel Plaza Bonilla on the importance of crop rotation
Daniel Plaza Bonilla is an Agricultural Engineer and the leader of LegSapiens, a project with pulses at its heart, aimed at increasing farm crop yield and profitability. He chatted with Luke Wilkinson about the benefits of mulch, and how rotating pulse crops with soy can increase your yield up to 15%.
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.
Feeding the flexitarians: Peas of Heaven’s Swedish plant-based revolution
Kira Nash interviewed Lucas Karlsson and Latif Andersson, the co-founder and COO of Peas of Heaven. Based in Gothenburg, Peas of Heaven is a Swedish manufacturer of plant-based meat alternatives such as vegan sausages, burgers, hot dogs, and mince.
Andy Bury on UK Pulse Production
Andy Bury, a pulses trader at Frontier Agriculture, talks about UK pulse production, this year’s crops, and the slow but steady progress of the fava bean ahead of Monday’s EU webinar, where he will be a panellist.
Rustam Guliev on trading in Russia and reinventing business models after Covid-19
How Russian exporters have fared with lifting of the export ban into India.
Dealing with Drought: An Outlook on 2021 U.S. Pulse Exports to Colombia and Peru
In advance of his presentation at the GPC’s Ask the Experts South America, we chatted with Esteban Davila of JM Grain.
Diversification in Covid Times
Pedro Cortes of Akila group on leveraging their global network in a crisis and the outlook for this year's Brazilian bean crop.
Trade Talk with Gaurav Jain
The founder of AgPulse Analytica shares his insights on pulse markets and where he sees the industry heading.
COVID-19 and the Black Sea Region’s Pulse Trade: An Interview with Denis Plenkin of Agropa Trading
The CEO of a leading brokerage firm dealing in pulses from the Black Sea region weighs in on what to expect in 2020-21.
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.
Chuck Penner on Canada’s 2019 Pulse Crops
LeftField Commodity Research’s founder shares his expert analysis on the production and market prospects for this year’s crop.