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Cocoa turns to coffee sector for answers to demand questions

The cocoa sector can learn a lot from smallholder coffee farmers. But can they answer the key question of "what is chocolate?"

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Egypt may suffer lasting hangover from ergot rumpus
Egypt may face a need to accelerate wheat purchases at a time when it is being forced by wary merchants to pay a premium
Fishing, cocoa offer solutions to 'dangerously low' coffee profits
Coffee growers face persistent losses despite the growth in the retail sector to \$200bn. How to ensure farmers share in the success?
Forex market 'on the cusp' of storm - with implications for ags
Stability in currency markets won't last - something ag investors should be wary of, Eddie Topfik at ADM Investor Services tells Agrimoney
Cocktail of concerns dogs start to Brazil's soy sowing season
Brazilian soybean sowings look poised to grow at their slowest pace in a decade - with farmers facing dryness and seed worries too
Cutting crop waste will boost African ag faster than growing yields
With half Africa's crops lost to spoilage, better supply chains are the key to reforming the agriculture sector, Ecobank's Edward George says
French wheat will struggle to find North African market share
Low quality French wheat will face stiff competition North African markets, Strategie Grains president Andreé Defois tells Agrimoney.com
China could start importing corn sooner than you think
Concern over the quality of Chinese state reserves could mean usable stocks are much lower than though
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Yara, PotashCorp throw brickbats at each other's fertilizer sectors
Lower food prices are more of a threat to demand for potash than nitrogen, Yara says. But PotashCorp flags up a contrasting dynamic
Brexit crisis has done world ag markets a favour
... by highlighting their reduced correlation with other assets, even other commodities. The trouble is you can get too much of a good thing
UK famers to lose out from Brexit - so stockmarket says
Shares in UK agriculture groups have underperformed notably since the UK voted to leave the EU. Does this reflect subsidy fears?
Three ways to profit in agriculture from Brexit
The supersize change presented by Brexit will bring, besides dangers, agricultural opportunities too - in areas from legumes to logistics
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Cocktail of concerns dogs start to Brazil's soy sowing season

Brazilian soybean sowings look poised to grow at their slowest pace in a decade - with farmers facing dryness and seed worries too

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