Tunisia purchases barley from European traders

Tunisia has bought 50,000MT of feed barley via an international tender in the form of two consignments for 25,000 tons each. Details show an estimated price of $278.15/ ton sold by trading firm Dreyfus one consignment with $279.68/ton from Viterra for the second consignment with shipment during June 2021.

EverGrain Ingredients and Bright Future Foods are collaborating

EverGrain Ingredients and Bright Future Foods are collaborating to create sustainable and climate-positive food solutions. The products developed under this initiative will be formulated using EverGrain’s circularly sourced barley protein and fiber as well as Bright Future Foods’ climate positive oats extracted using innovative processes. The result is barley-based ingredients from a sustainable plant protein …

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Local barley used in local craft beer May 7, 2021 All Saints Brewing Co released an old beer recipe, dated back to the Revolutionary War, called Old Hanna’s Tow’ Amber Ale, including the use of local barley grown about a mile from the brewery. The barley was grown by Heinnickel Farms (Pennsylvania) from a field …

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Barley News

Agriculture and Agri Food Canada (AAFC) has led the first project to sequence a Canadian malting barley variety, as part of an international collaboration on sequencing barley genome that began in 2006. This sequencing was focused on the Canadian variety, AAC Synergy with work dating back to 2019. The international initiative is part of a …

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Jordan expressing interest to buy 120,000 tons of barley.

The Jordan state buyer issued an international tender to buy 120,000 tons of animal feed barley. The deadline of price submission was April 21st but in the end no purchase was, as only one trading house participated. A new tender is being planned. Stay tuned.

Barley for climate change

A team of scientists, led by Magnus Goransson, initiated a study to breed crops to better fit local environments and help to close the expected yield gap, including breeding barley for climate change. The team did this by taking barley from Iceland to produce a crop that is ready to harvest earlier in the year. …

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First US barley tea launched

Inaka is the first roasted grain tea in North America and is being distributed out of Madison County (MS), roasted in North Carolina and brewed & bottled in Dallas. Inaka tea is made from barley, it is inspired by a Japanese tea called mugicha. The barley tea is rich in antioxidants and vitamins A & …

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