NEWS
Thu Jun 12, 2014 11:11 AM CDT

DAILY SALES PENDING

DATE PRODUCT BUYER QUANTITY DELIVERY COMMENTS
4/28/2014 Wheat Flour Maldives 6,000 mt Unknown Awaiting results
4/29/2014 Mill Wheat Ethiopia 70,000 mt Unknown Awaiting results
6/4/2014 Feed Wheat Japan 120,000 mt 11/01-11/28 Received no offers
6/11/2014 Feed Wheat Japan 120,000 mt 11/01-11/28 SBS tender 6/18
6/12/2014 Wheat Egypt Unspecified 07/15-07/30 Optional origin
6/24/2014 Wheat Japan Unspecified Unknown Donation to Togo

NEW SALES FOR 06/12/14

Wheat Japan 50,400 mt Unknown SBS import tender

JAPAN -- Also purchased 26.9 TMT of food wheat from Canada and 32.0 TMT from Australia in its weekly SBS import tender.

JORDAN -- State grain ...

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