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Export briefs
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United States -- Agricultural Information and Marketing Services
United States -- Foreign Agricultural Service. -- Export Promotion Division
United States -- Foreign Agricultural Service. -- Export Trade Services Division
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Export Trade Services Division, Foreign Agricultural Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
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Washington, D.C
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Produce trade -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )
Export marketing -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )
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Vols. for <Feb. 2, 1979>-Jan. 15, 1982 issued by: Export Trade Services Division; Jan. 22, 1982-19 issued by Export Promotion Division; <July 4-10, 1985-> by: Agricultural Information and Marketing Services.
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Description based on: Feb. 2, 1979; title from caption.

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YoL9y9LE EXPORT BRIEFS


issued weekly by the Export Promotion Division. Foreign Agricultural Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture,
Room 4945 South Building, Washington, D.C. 20250.


The following trade items have been gathered from Agricultural Attache and other government reports as a
service to U.S. exporters of food and agricultural products. In supplying the trade leads the Department of
Agriculture does not guarantee reliability of the overseas inquirer. Your best source for further information
on these trade leads is the listed foreign firm originating the inquiry. You may also contact the Export
Promotion Division, FAS, (202) 447-7103. -- ---- ------ ----- -- ---,





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0639 Tabl1ets (J apan ). Wish to purchase two million 100% natural chewable
vitamin-C tablets with the ingredients extracted from the Aserora nut or the
Aserora with Rose Hips with a natural substance corn. Bulk package.
Contact: Takeshi Saito, General Manager, Wing Incorporated, Shinjuku Bldg. 4
Fl., 1-8-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-Ku, Tokyo 160 Japan. Tel ex: 2322522
WORLDT J. Phone: Tokyo 348-1131.

0640 Soybean meal (Egypt). Interested in soybean meal. Quantity: 12,000 mt.
Qualitty: protein not less then 44%~ and not more than 48%. Fat 3% max;
fiber 7.1% max; moisture 12.1% max; urease activity .05-.02%. Toasted
free from agglomeration and foreign matter. Color whitelyellowish.
Packaging: in bags of 50 kilos each. Shipment 3,000 mt. in late June 1982;
4,500 mt. in early August 1982; 4,500 mt. in October 1982. Quote FOB & CIF.
Offers closing date will be May 10. Bank ref: National Bank of Egypt.
Contact: Samir Hellmy, National Agents and Trading Company, 9 Thrir Square,
Cairo, Egypt. Telex: 93128 NAZER- UN. ATTN: SAMIR HELLMY. Phone: 747244.
Cable: NAZERALCO.


0641


Almonds (India). In the market for first grade almonds, in shelled.
Quantity: one million U.S. dollars worth, 50 pound packaging. Shipment May
1982. Quote C&F. Bank ref: United Commpercial Bank, Paharganj, New Delhi.
Contact: H. S. Sahni, H. S. Sahni & Co., 11 Narayan Market, Sadar Bazar,
Delhi 110006, India. Telex: 31-2105 WLDN IN. Phone: 511-512 & 514-904.

Raisins, pistachios (India). Suppliers needed for ~first grade raisins,
and large p~tF~Iistacios inshll Quantit~y 500,000 dollars worth of each, 50
pound packaging. Shipment May 1982. Quote C&F. Bank ref: United
Commercial Banpaharganj, New Delhi. Contact: H. S. Sahni, H. S. Sahni &
Company, 11 Narayan Market, Sadar Bazar, Delhi 110006, India. Telex:
31-2105 WLDN IN. Phone: 511-512 & 514-904.


0642-
0643


0645 Almonds (Sing~apore). Almonds, with and without shells, needed. Bulk
shipment. untt with shells 65 to 70 kernel; with shells 16 to 18
count per lb. Packaging in bags and cartons of 50 1bs. net. Quote CIF
Singapore. Bank ref: Bank of India, Robinson Road, Singapore. Contact:
Amar Kumar, Tejis International PTE. Ltd., 1002 Tat Lee Building, Market
Street, Singpore 0104. Telex: RS 27125 TEJIS. Phone: 2227053/911211.








0646 Blueberries (Netherlands). Supplier of blueberries, I.Q.F., wanted.
Quantity: 2 container loads every three months. Quote CIF Rotterdam or
Hamburg. Bank ref: Pierson, Heldring En Pierson, Amsterdam. Contact:
P.Van Der Zanden, Husco B.V., P.O. Box 99, 1110 AB Diemen, Netherlands.
Telex: 12426. Phone: 20 902231.

0647 Goats (Mexico). In the market for 75 Nubian Bucks. Excellent for breeding,
6-12 months old, free of brucellois, PPLO and registered. Ship in 3-4
months. Buyer will travel to select. Bank ref: Bancomer, Cuernavaca,
Morelos. Contact: Francisco J. Cortes N., Secretaria De Agricultura,
Morelos, Av. Universidad S/N, Col, Sta. Maria Ahuacatitlan, Cuernavaca,
Morelos, Mexico. Phone: (731) 4-2780.

0648 Corn seed (Venezuela). Need quotes for high quality corn seed for production
at high altitudes. Bulk shipment. Ship during May 1982. Sanitary
certificate required. Quote CIF Laguaira. Bank ref: Banco Caraas; Banco
Mercantil Y Agricola. Contact: Alcides Gonzalo, Algonza, S.A., Edificio
Seguros Caracas; Esquina La Marron; Torre Norte; Piso 7; Caracas, Venezuela.
Phone: 561-2178/ 561-2117/ 561-2011.

0649 Soybeans, soybean oil (Malaysia). Interested in (A) soybeans, (B) soybean
oil. Quantity (A) 10-20,000 mt, (B) 5-10,000 mt. Quality (A) 18.5% oil
content, 14%X max moisture; (B) as per NSPA 103/3A. Bulk shipment. Ship (A)
June/July 1982, (B) May 1982. Quote FOB Gulf. Bank ref: Citibank, JLN,
Ampang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Contact: Ta~y Cheng Lye, Cotia (Malaysia)
SDN. BHD., Mui Plaza (21st Floor), Jalan Parr~y, Kuala Lumnpur, Malaysia.
Telex: MA31556 COIT. Phone: (03) 415533/415643/415737.

0650- Sunflower and peanut oil (Portuga'l). Sunflower oil and peanut oil wanted.
0651 Quantity: 60,000 kg/month. Required to be sold as a cooking oil with
resistance to high temperatures. If possible, would like sunflower oil and
peanut oil mixed in the proportion of 60% peanut oil and 40% sunflower oil.
Ship in 200 kg. barrels, on monthly basis, need ASAP. Quote FOB East Coast
Port and CIF Funchal, Madeira. Bank ref: Banco Portugues Do Atlantico,
Terreiro Do Trigo, 1100 Lisboa. Contact: Anne Whitcombe, Cinter Trading,
Lda., Rua Jardim Do Tabaco, 44-2, 1100 Lisboa, Portugal. Telex: 42646
CINTER P. Phone: 876423 or 876446.

0652- Sorohum seed, beet seed (Venezuela). Sorghumn seeds and beet seeds for
0653 growing at 6,000 plus feet altitude, needed. Quantity not specified. Want
high quality, bulk shipment. Ship during Mi'ay 1982. Sanitary certificate
required. Quote CIF Laguaire. Bank ref: Banco Caracas; Banco Mercantil Y
Agricola. Contact: Alcides Gonzalo, Algonza, S.A., Edificio Seguros
Caracas; Esquina La Marron; Torre Norte; Piso 7; Caracas, Venezuela. Phone:
561 -2178/561 -2117 /561 -20'11.

0654 Joint venture; fruits & vegetables (Nigeria). Nigerian company interested in
joint venture w-i-th U.S. partners) in growing and canning of vegetables,
fruits and fruit juices. Equity participation would be 60% Nigerian and 40%
foreign. Total equity investment envisaged would be in the region of dols.
300,000-700,000. Bank ref: Savannah Bank of Nigeria Limited, 19 Gbejumo
Street, P.O. Box 2317, Lagos, Nigeria; and Allied Bank of Nigeria Limited, 22
Breadfruit St. P.M.B. 12785, Lagos, Nigeria. Contact: Agro Products (NIG.)
Ltd., P.O. Box 3281, Lagos, Nigeria. Telex: 21482 ECHEBEE. Phone: 633255,
634292, 636674 & 634828. Cable: ECHEBEESONS-LAGOS.







0655 Corn oil (Bahrain). Desires corn oil. Quantity: one 20 ft. container
i ni t~ially. Pack ag ing : 1 kg, 2 kg, and 3 kg tins. Ship ASAP. Label under
the company's Logo and name. Other label requirements package should carry
(A) name of product and brand name; (B) date of production; and (C) expiry
date. New Arabic labelling requirements will be brought in in future, date
as yet unknown. Quote C&F Bahrain. Bank ref: Bank of Bahrain and Kuwait.
Contact: Syed Yousufuddin, Dana Trading & Marketing, P.O. Box 26442, Manama,
Bahrain. Telex: 9576 DANTCO. Phone: 232890. Cable: DANTCO.

0656 Fr ui t j uices (Bahrain). In the market for orange, lemon and apple juice.
Quantity: one 20 ft. container for starters. Quality: 25% pure juice.
Packaging paper box with a straw 250 ml. Ship ASAP. Label under the
company's Logo and name. Other label requirements package should carry (A)
name of product and brand name; (B) date of production; and (C) expiry date.
New Arabic labelling requirements will be brought in in future, date as yet
unknown. Quote C&F Bahrain. Bank ref: Bank of Bahrain and Kurwait.
Contact: S~yed Yousufuddin, Dana Trading and Marketing, P.O. Box 26442,
Manama, Bahrain. Telex: 9576 DANTCO. Phone: 232890. Cable: DANTCO.

0657 Beef products (Bahrain). Supplier of corned beef, beef luncheon, and canned
beef products neede~d. Quantity: 20 ft. container assorted. Grade A.
Packaging: canned 250 gram and 125 gram. Ship ASAP. Label under the
company's Logo and name. Other label requirements package should carry (A)
name of product and brand name; (B) date of production; and (C) expiry date.
New Arabic labelling requirements will be brought in in future, date as yet
unknown. Quote C&F Bahrain. Bank ref: Bank of Bahrain and Ku~wait.
Contact: Syed Yousufuddin, Dana Trading and Marketing, P.O. Box 26442,
Manama, Bahrain. Telex: 9576 DANTCO. Phone: 232890. Cable: DANTCO.

0658 Fish (France). Looking for a supplier of all kinds of fresh-water fish.
Quantity: 6 to 800 tons per year in live, fresh, or frozen form. Packaging
poly cases or cartons or wooden cases. Shipment all year long. Certificate
of origin and sanitary certificate required. Labels in French or English.
Quote CIF Le Havre. Bank ref: Credit Agricole Mutuel HTE Savoie, Les
Glaisins, Annecy Le Vieux, P.O. Box 980, 74019 Annecy Cedex. Contact: Roger
Servoz, Manager, Societe Lemangel, Anthy Sur Leman, 74200 Thonon Les Bains,
France. Telex: 385 914 LEMANG. Phone: (50) 71 55 16.

0659 Grocery lines (France). Food products for supermarkets needed. Quantity
open. Contact: Monsieur Guy Tordjman, Gerant, Libre Service D'Eaubonne, 2
Rue Jean XXIII, 95600 Eaubonne, France. Phone: 959-9446.

0660 FlavoriSng concentrates, botanicals (Honduras). Interested in concentrates,
flavoring,-especally designed for preparation of beverages; medicinals &
botanicals, including vitamins, fish liver oils, etc. Quote CIF Puerto
Cortes against Letter of Credit including catalogs, prices, terms of
delivery, etc. Contact: Leonardo Goday, Mgr., Farmacia Goday, Ave. San
Isidro, La Ceiba, Honduras. Phone: 420161. Cable: GODOY.

0661 Grocery lines (West Germa~ny). Newly established import broker and
'distributor of household articles, looking for U.S. exporters of all kinds of
food. Reportedly has excellent contacts. Contact: Rolf J. Hassemer, Rolf
3. Hassemer, Gottfried-Keller-Str. 33, D-6000 Frankfurt/M~ain 50, West
Germany. Phone: 0611/511306.








0662 Canned foods (Honduras). Canned fruits, vegetables, and seafood needed.
This firm operates a supermarket in La Ceiba. Please Quote CIF Puerto Cortes
against Letter of Credit including catalogs, prices, terms of delivery, etc.
Reportedly firm enjoys an excellent reputation. Contact: Rafrael Rivera
Melendez, Manager, Supermercado Melendez, Ave. San Isidro Y Calle 12, La
Ceiba, Honduras. Phone: 420505. Cable: MELENDEZ.

0663 Canned foods (Honduras). Desires canned fruits, vegetables, meats. Quote
Cl?~F puerto Cortes against Letter of Credit including catalogs, prices, terms
of delivery, etc. Reportedly firm enjoys a good reputation. Contact:
Antonio San Martin, Manager,, Casa Marrugat, Ave. 14 De Julio, La Ceiba,
Honduras. Phone: 422313. Cable: MARRUGAT.

0664 Milk powder (Honduras) Supplier needed for powdered dr~y milk (dr~y whole and
dry skim). Ship in bulk. This firm wants to receive offers CIF Puerto
Cortes against Letter of Credit including catalogs, prices, terms of
delivery, etc. Reportedly firm enjoys an excellent reputation. Contact:
Bishara J. Kawas, Mgr., Juan N. Kawas Sucs., Ave. San Isidro, La Ceiba,
Honduras. Phone: 422346. Cable: KAWAS.

0665 Grain products (Colombia). Interested in flour and other grainmill products,
rice m'illina ri bnng, grain, beans, lentils, peas. Bulk shipments. Quantities
open. Quote CIF Barranquilla. Banking references available. Contact:
Armando Cerra & Co., Ltda., Apartedo Aereo 812, Barranquilla, Colombia.
Phone: 317029. Cable: ACERRA.

0666- Seeds, bulbs (France). Desires vegetable seeds, flower seeds, lawn seeds,
0667 Begonia bulbs, Renoncula Bulbs. Quantity not specified. Bank ref: Credit
Du Nord, Credit Lyonnais both at 33000 Bordeaux. Contact:` Xavier Daurel,
GrMGR., Catros-Gerand S.A., 1 Avenue de La Gardette, BBP23, 33560 Carbon
Blanc, France. Telex: 550772. Phone: 33/56/06 16 54.

0668 Frozen chicken Tender (Eg~ypt). General Authorit~y for Supply Commodities,
Purchasing Comm~ittee for Animal Products, 24, E1-Gomhouria Street, Cairo,
Egypt, Cable Address Estram, Telex number 92062 ESTRAM. Request bids for
Tender No. 24(1981/1982) for the supply of 5,000 mt. plus or minus 10 percent
frozen chickens. Purchasing Committee is entitled to increase or decrease
the quantity as committee ma~y find suitable. This is not an AID purchase.
To be shipped and arrive Egyptian Ports July 1982 in one or two consignment
at committee's option. Offers to be submitted latest noon McondayI, May 3,
1982. Conditions and specifications available above address against payment
due fees taking into consideration Ministerial Decree No. 1036/1978. A copy
of the taxation card must be coupled with the submitted offer showing the
statement of the latest taxation year. Offers must be made through an
Eg~yptian agent.

0669 Processed food supplier needed (Cameroon). A Cameroonian Company is being
formed for the purpose of selling processed and frozen American foods to oil
exploration companies, ships, embassies, and other wholesale purchasers in
West and Central Africa. This new company is now seeking American suppliers,
potential investors, and/or joint venture partners. Contact: Dpengoue
Kadji, Director, Business Incorporated, B.P. 2896 RPT2896, Douaala, Cameroon,
West Africa.








0670 Sweet Corn (France). Needs grade A sweet corn. Quantity: 1.5 million cans
per year. Pa~ckaging: cans of 12 x 11; 12 cans to a carton. Shipment: June
1982 through March 1983. Firm would like contact with manufacturers. Quote:
CIF Le Havre. Bank ref: B.C.C.M. 12, Place De La Bourse 75002 Paris.
Contact: Mr. E11acera, Societe Generale Des Cooperatives De Consommation,
S.G.C.C. 27, Quai Le Gallo, 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt, France. Telex: 260
932F. Phone: 604 91-78, Ext. 3419.

0672 Canned fruits & vegetables (Saudi Arabia). Large Saudi firm, which imports
most of its products at present from Europe and the Far East, interested in
contact with U.S. firms which can supply all types of canned fruits and
vegetables. Quantities open. Contact: Mr. Abdul Aziz Al-Ajlan, Manager,
I.A.W.R., Al-A~ycon Establishment, P.O. Box 964 & 7539, Jidda, Saudi Arabia.
Telex: 400323 AJLANC S5/402648 AYO0NC SJ. Phone: 644-6192/642-2572.

0673 Jodoba fat, Avocado pear oil (England). Jojoba fat, 500 kilo lots cosmetic
grade, and crude avocado pear oil, 5 -ton lots, wanted. Packaging: steel
drums. Quote: CIF or FOB. Delivery ASAP. Bank ref: Midland Bank Ltd.,
Sutton Way, 93 Salford City, Salford M6 5JA, England. Contact: Dr. Peter
Jowett, A.0.C.M. Limited, Tame Street, Stalybridge, Cheshire, SK15 IQW,
England. Phone: 061 339 2812.

0674 Fresh fruits and vegetables (Eng~land). Fresh fruits and vegetables needed.
Quantity: subject to commodity quote, etc. Top qualit~y. Packaging: subject
to commodity. Quote: C&F. Delivery ASAP. Bank ref: Barclays Bank Ltd.
Contact: Mr. Philip 3. Osborne, Fruit Transit Kantoor Ltd. (FTK), 58/59
London Fruit Exchange, Spitalfields, London El 6EP, England. Telex:
886980. Ph one : 01 247 0661/5.

Foreign Market Development.

Notice of Foreig~n Proposa'ls Concerni~ng_ Standards in _Aqr'c~ulture. As required of all
signatories to the GAll Standards Code, the following notifications of foreign
proposed standards-related rules have been provided for the information and comment
of interested agencies and firms. .The Technical Office invites inquiries from anyone
who believes that any of the proposed regulations notified under this heading could
cause a trade problem. Questions can be referred to Thomas O'Connel, USDA Technical
Office, Room 5530, South Agriculture Building, Washington, D.C. 20250; or phone (202)
382-1 318.

Japan. The Japan Ministr~y of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries has proposed the
following three changes in the Japan Law Concerning Standardization and Proper
Labeling of Agricultur~al and Forestry Products:

(1) To permit the producers, etc. to omit labeling of the number or the size of
contents if those concerned cannot ascertain the said number or size due to such
reasons as production process;

(2) To amend the definition of "diced" contained in the labeling standards, taking
Into account the fact that peaches cut in cubes have been produced recently; and

(3) To establish canned or bottled meet and egg product standards which will require
that main labeling items such as the name of products, name of raw materials, net
contents, date of production, name of producer be collectively indicated in one place
(hereinafter referred to as "the collective labeling items") and where necessary that







items such as kind, type (small pieces, chopped meat, and meet with bone), and
proportion of meat in case of meat cooked together with vegetables be indicated in
the space outside of the space for the collective labeling items.

France. The France Ministry of Agriculture has proposed a "Draft Intermini'steri'al
Order on Compulsory Application Standard NF U 36-101 'Bulk Milk Coolers'". This
draft standard prescribes specifications for construction and operation of bulk milk
coolers as well as relevant test methods.

Saudi Arabian Labeling Requirements on Poultry

Saudi Poultry Import Regulations have been amended as follows: Stickers or labels on
the outside of packaging are not permissable. The brand name and other required
information (including statement that poultry was slaughtered according to Hilal
(Islamic) rules, net weight, date of slaughter, etc.) should be printed on the
bag/package. Poultry slaughtered six months prior to arrival into Saudi Arabia will
not be accepted. Some shipments have recently been denied entry and the chickens had
to be diverted.

New Publications

Single copies of the following are available by writing the U.S. Department of
Agriculture, FAS, Information Service Staff, Room 5918-South, Washington, D.C. 20250.

USSR Grain Production, FPED-4-82, April 12, 1982.

World Cotton Situation, FC 5-82, April 1982.

The Current USSR Grain Situation, FG-11-82, April 13, 1982.

World Crop Production, WCP-4-82, April 12, 1982.

Weekly Roundup of World Production and Trade, WR 15-82, April 14, 1982.

Deciduous Fruit and Table Grape Situation, FDAP 1-82, April 1982.

U.S. Seed Exports for the Marketing Year through February and Comparisons with
Previous Year, M~VS 3-82, April18.







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