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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.
,!~r ~1- of 8\ December 19, 1983
Corn, rice, honey (Canada). Wants 45,000 mt corn; 45,000 mt long grain rice;
an~d honey-40,000 Ibs. Packaging: corn & rice bulk, honey in drums. Quote
destinations, Liberia, Senegal, Zaire. Bank ref: Royal Bank of Canada, St.
Terese, Que. CONTACT: H. Zannoun, Delnest Co., Ltd., 5181 Park Ave.,
Montreal, Quebec H2V 4G3, Canada. TELEX: 0525134 ATTN: BTR. Phone: (514)
272-7187. (WK 49/TOFAS 159)
Tomatoes, cabbages, carrots, apples, grapes, pears (Trinidad). Wants
tomatoes, cabbages, carrots, apples, grapes, pears. One 20 ft. container each
(six in total). Standard export packing. Delivery ASAP. Correspondence in
English language. Quote CIF Trinidad. Bank ref: Worker's Bank of T&T,
Independence Square, Port of Spain, Trinidad. CONTACT: Franklyn Piralli,
Super Spares Motor Supplies Ltd, 40 Streatham Lodge Road, Tunapuna, Trinidad.
(WK 49/TOFAS 132)
Chocolates (Chile). Wishes to act as U.S. representive for chocolates in
Chile. Quote CIF Valparaiso. Bank ref: Banco Nacional, Sucursal Almendral,
Valparaiso; Banco De Credito E Inversiones, Prat 801, Valparaiso. CONTACT:
Julio Piazze, Piazze Y Cia, Condell 1595, Valparaiso, Chile. Phone: 7395.
(WK 49/TOFAS 329)
Breakfast cereal, rice (Chile). Wants 300 boxes monthly of breakfast cereals
and 50 tons bi-monthly of long grain rice. Quote CIF Valparaiso. Bank ref:
Banco De Credito E Invesiones, Prat 801, Valparaiso. CONTACT: Rene Dinamarca
Castillo, Distribuidora Costanera, Chacabuco 2738, Valparaiso, Chile. Phone:
4411 & 3121. (WK 49/TOFAS 330)
Animal blood (Sweden). Wants animal blood, unprocessed in tanks or dried.
Direct contact with slaughtering plants preferable. CONTACT: Bjorn Wallen,
Investment AB Premium, Regementsgatan 29 8, Malmo, Sweden. TELEX: 12442 or
12443 F0TEX S ATT. ARGENTUM. Phone: 040/91 55 50. (WK 49/TOFAS 194)
Wheat germ oil (Sweden). Wants wheat germ oil, unrefined, cold pressed.
Quantity & quality unknown. CONTACT: Martti Raina, Marere HAB, Sveavagen 12,
Hallstabammar, Sweden. Phone: 0220/10228. (WK 49/TOFAS 196)
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Issued weekly by the Export Promotion Division, Foreign Agricultural Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture,
Room 4945 South Building, Washington, D.C. 20250.
Sweet shelled almonds (Belgium). Wants 700 mt. sweet shelled almonds.
Delivered in bags of 1 kilo, in cartons of 10 or 25 kflo's or bulk in heavy
gunny bags of 50 kilo's. Merchandise according to international I.S.O.
Standards. Price quotations CIF 5 ports in Egypt. Delivery ASAP. CONTACT:
Mr. Dubois or Mr. Ismail, Medis Belgium, Boulevard Lambermont 182, 1030
Brussels, Belgium. TELEX: 64555 MEDIS B. Phone: 33(2) 2161910. (WK 49/TOFAS 23)
Dried prunees(Bel gi um) Wants 800 mt dried prunes. Delivered in cellophane
bags of I kilo, in cartons of 10 or 15 kilo's or bulk in cartons of 10 to 20
kilo's packed with cellophane paper. Merchandise according to international
I.S.O. Standards. Price quotations CIF 5 Ports in Egypt. Delivery ASAP.
CONTACT: Mr. Dubois or Mlr. Ismail, Medis Belgium, Boulevard de! Lambermont
182, B-1030 Brussels, Belgium. TELEX: 64555. Phone: 33(2) 2161910. (WK
Seedless raisins (Belgium). Wants 700 mt seedless raisins. Delfrered in
cellophane bags of 500 grams in cartons of 10 or 15 kilo's or bulk i'n cartons
of 10 to 15 kilo's packed in cellophane paper. Merchandise according' to
International I.S.0. standards. Price quotations CIF 5 Ports in Egypt.
CONTACT: Mr. Dubois or Mr. Ismail, Medis Be'lgium, Boulevard Lambermont 182,
B-1030 Brussels, Belgium. TIELEX: 64555. Phone: 33(2) 216i1910. (WK 49/TOFAS 25)
Bee comb honey (Belgium). Wants fabricated bee comb to produce bee comb
hone~y. Quantity one container every two months. For human consumption.
Packagi ng as appropriate. Delivery ASAP. Price quotations CIF Antwerp.
CONTACT: Altan M. Peker, S.P.R.L. Trakya, Blvd. de Dixmude 65, B-1000
Brussels, Belgium. TELEX: 64315 TRAKYA B. Phone: 33(2) 2176969. (WK
Hone (Belgium. Wants one container every two months of honey for human
consumption. Packaging as appropriate. Delivery ASAP. Price quotation CIF
Antwerp. CONTACT: Altan M. Peker, S.P.R.L. Trakya, Blvd. de Dixmude 65,
B-1000 Brussels, Belgium. TELEX: 64313 TRAKYA B. Phone: 33(2) 2176969. (WK
Wheat germ meal (W. Germany). Wants 800 metric tons annually of wheat germ
meal extracted or pressed, produced from fresh germs. Packaging in paper
bags. Quote CIF Bremen. Delivery 1984. CrNTACT: Joachim Luepke, Hafen
Mueblen-Werke GmbH, Goebenstrasse 14, 2800 Bremen 1, W. Germany TELEX: 245787
HAMUE D. (WK 49/TOFAS 130)
Walnuts, almonds (Netherlands). Wants walnuts and almonds in shell, container
loads, institutional pack. Quote CIF R'Dam. Bank ref: ABN, The Hague.
CONTACT: M. Dinsi, Sohil International, Hannemanplantsoen 51, Den Haag,
Netherlands. TELEX: 34566. Phone: 070-800153. (WK 49/TOFAS 601)
Raisins (Netherlands). Wants raisins, container loads, retail pack. Quote
CIF. CONTACT: R Van Rees Vellinga, Hal Consumenten Produkten Ned B.V., P.O.
Box 19)164, 2500 CD Den Haag, Netherlands. TELEX: 32204. Phone: 70-473234.
(WK 49/TOFAS 502)
Popcorn (Greece). Wants Purdue 410 hybrid popcorn, 5,000 pounds.
Phytosan~itary Certificate required. Packed in cartons, 20 pounds content, 4
bags X 5 pounds. Delivery Port of Piraeus, Greece. Quote CIF Piraeus. Bank
ref: Cormmercial Bank of Greece, Heroon Square Branch, Athens. CONTACT:
Konstantina Kouleli, N.L. Koulelis, P.O. Box 3468, Athens, Greece, 102-10.
CABLE: NICULSIA. Phone: (01)3213564, (01)3219641. (WK 49/TOFAS 201)
Beef cattle tender (Korea). Tender for 9,500 head, female, either Hereford,
Charola'is or Simmental. Specs: live wt over 230-280 kgs. per head at the time
of inspection, polled or dehorned. Geneologies of cattle: Santa Gertrudis,
Brahman excluded. Delivery 5,000 head before Feb. 20, '84, 4,500 head between
March 10 20, 1984 3% more or less. Quote C&F Korean Port or Airport basis.
Loading limitation of air transportation: B-747 380 head; DC- 10 180 head;
B-707 100 head; DC-8 150 head. Bidder shall establish deposit to NLCF a
bid-bond in amount not less than 2% of total bidding value, in the form of
cash, city bank check and/or Irrevocable Letter of Credit by 10:00 AM, Dec.
23, 1983. Deadline: 11:00 AM, Dec, 23, 1983 at NLCF's conference room.
CONTACT: Gen. Mgn. of the Procurement Dept, Nat'1 Livestock Cooperatives
Federation, Seoul, Korea. TELEX: 23517 NALICOF. Phone: 783-1668. (WK
USDA Prime Black Angus Beef (Thailand). Interested in fresh, chilled USDA
Prime bllack Angus, Prime r~ib beef. CI~F quotations with air freight delivery.
Approximately 100 kilograms per week. Only top quality Prime beef desired.
Bank ref: Laem Thong Bank Ltd., 289 Suriwongse Road, Bangkok 10500. CONTACT:
Charles Grossrieder, Chef, Dusit Thani Hotel, Rama IV Road, Saladaeng, Bangkok
10500, Thailand. TELEX: 81170 DUSIGEL TH. (WK 49/TOFAS 10)
Bee pollen (Netherlans) Wants unspecified quantities of honeybee pollen.
CONAC: P.L. Simon, Hasko, P.O. Box 346, 5140 AH Waalwijk, Netherlands.
Phone: 04160 35343. (WK 49/TOFAS 505)
Cotton (Bangladesh). Bangladesh trading firm is interested in representing
U.S. suppier(s) of cotton, principally 1-1/16 & 1-1/32 inch staple.
Interested suppliers should contact address below. Bank ref: Pubali Bank
Ltd., Main Branch, CDA Building, Chittagong. CONTACT: M. Mahroozz Samdani,
Gramsieco Limited, 7, Laldighi East, Chittagong, Bangladesh. TELEX: 642531
AREX. CABLE: MLAMOON, CTG. (WK 49/TOFAS 123)
Yellow corn (France). Wants 15,000 mt No. 2 yellow corn. Packaged in bulk.
Quote CIF- Pasajes/B~ilbao. Delivery ASAP. Company would also like to receive
quotations CIF Abidjan for 5,000 mt No. 2 yellow corn in 75-kilo jute sacks.
Bank ref: Banque Du Development Mali'. CONTACT: Mr. Delas or Mr. Tolosa,
Blvd De Lamer Residence Le Grande Larce, 64700 Hendaye, France. TELEX:
570820 PUTLIC PAU (Code 50640041). Phone: 07/335 9207282 (Mr. Tolosa). (WK
Cal i fornrian red wo rms _(Eng'land ). Company is interested in contacting U.S.
suppliers of Cifornian red worms. Quantity sought is approximately 50 kg of
high quality worms. Quote CIF. Bank ref: Barclays Bank plc., 87 High Street,
Godalming, Surrey, England. CONTACT: Major Fleming, Upper House Farm, Shamley
Green, Near Guildford, Surrey GUS OSY, England. Phone: 0483 252582. (WK
Corn chips, tortilla chips, _avory snacks (England). Newly formed company
wi shes to import snacks for use in their Cocktail Shop. Quality to be First
Class with delivery direct to UK port. Bank ref: Williams & Glynns Bank Ltd,
28 Cavendish Square, London W1. CONFITACT: Nicho'lass A. Mobbs., The Cocktail'
Shop, 5 Avery Row, London W1X 9HA, England. TELEX: 261376. Phone: 01l
4939744. (WK 49/TOFAS 21)
Corn tender (E yt). Tender No. GASC/39-84/ARE for 150,000 mt U.S. No. 2 or
btter yellow corn In bulk to be shipped in Jan. 1984. Financed under A.I.D.
Grant 263-K-606. Bid opening will be at 3:30 P.M., Washington, D.C. time
December 29, 1983, at Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt. A copy of the
invitation for bids, including specs, terms & conditions obtained by written
request accompanied bDy check, cash, or money order for $10.00 payable to
Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt, Commercial and Economic Office, 2232
Massachusetts Avenue, NW., Washington, D.C. 20008. Phone: (202) 265-9111.
Interested firms should assure that firms complete business address, city,
state, zip code, and telephone number are included in request. Purchaser is
the Genera'l Authority of Supply Commodities, 24 Goumboria Street, Cairo,
Egypt. ARE. (WK: 49/TOFAS 0001)
Mid-Western Governors to Host FOODARRAY In Chicago, January ;26, 1984. The
Governors of the Mid-Western states of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas,
Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota and
Wisconsin will host the first Mid-America FOODARRAY in Chicago. A FCODARRAY
is designed to promote exports of food products from the Mid-Western states.
Food processing and trading companies will have a unique opportunity to get
exposure for international markets. The FOODARRAY is a food tasting reception
and exhibit where the products of the participating companies are prepared and
served on a large sampling table. Individual company exhibits are set up
around the table.
N~embers of the foreign diplomatic community stationed in the U.S. will attend
the FOODARRAY, offering exhibiting food companies the chance to meet
individuals who frequently receive requests from buyers in their home
countries. Also in attendance will be representatives of state and federal
government, foreign trading companies, foreign trade development commissions,
U.S. export trading and management companies and companies involved in the
international hotel, restaurant, institutional and industrial food trade.
Executives from international freight forwarders, international transportation
companies and international banks have also been invited.
Coverage of the Mid-America FOODARRAY in Chicago will be featured on the "Ag
Day" television program which is syndicated nationally on 71 stations.
The Mid-America FOODARRAY in Chicago is managed by MIATCO, the inter-
national marketing organization of the Mid-Western states, headquarted in
Chicago. The FOODARRAY is one of a continuing programs of international
marketing events. The most recent Mid-America FOODARRAY was held in
London in October. Plans are underway for additional Mid-America
FOODARRAYS in Japan (Okinawa), Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong and aboard
a tall sailing ship in the Caribbean. Interested companies can contact
their state department of agriculture, marketing division for more
information or call MIATCO on (312) 368-4448.
CONTACTS FOR U.S. FARM PRODUCTS
A FREE EXPORT PROMOTION TOOL
The tradeletter, CONTACTS for U.S. Farm Products, is an export promotion
service offered FREE~ by the Foreign Agricul~tural7 Service to help American
companies introduce agricultural products to foreign markets. The
CONTACTS provides names and addresses of U.S. suppliers and a brief
description of the agricultural products they offer to potential foreign
CONTACTS is designed to help publicize the availability of U.S.
agricultural products and services in foreign markets. The CONTACTS
tradeletter will allow a U.S. supplier to advertise their product or
service in a free 100 word or less trade announcement. The newsletter is
transmitted overseas monthly to our Agricultural Officers where they
distribute it to agricultural importers. In addition, the newsletter is
translated into Japanese, Spanish, French, Italian, and Greek.
If you would like to participate in this program contact; the marketing
representative with your State Department of Agriculture, or call (202)
447-7103 for further information on how to participate in the CONTACTS
program. While preference for participation in this program is given to
new-to-market products and new-to-export firms, all firms are invited to
Through the use of computer technology, the Foreign Agricultural Service
can provide you with mailing lists of U.S. food exporters or potential
foreign food importers. The domestic and foreign data bases have been
under development for the last three years and are being constantly
updated. For a nominal service charge we can provide you with the names,
addresses, telephone numbers and telex numbers of domestic exporters or
potential foreign importers for a wide range of commodities. If you
would like more information please write to the address below and
indicate your preference for foreign or domestic data. In supplying the
mailing lists, the Department of Agriculture and the Foreign Agricultural
Service does not guarantee reliability of the domestic suppliers or
Foreign Agricultural Service
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TORS Mailing Lists
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10004 COTTON (12 issues) 20,00 30.00
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10005 EXPORT TRADE & PROSPECTS (8 issues;) 14.00 22.00
10006 MEAT & DAIRY MONTHLY IMPORTS (12 issues) 20.00 25.00
10007 DAIRY SITUATION (2 issues) 3.00 4.00
10008 LIVESTOCK & POULTRY SITUATION (2 issues) 4.00 7.00
10009 ALL 24 REPORTS LISTED ABOVE 41.00 58.00
10010 WOR LD GRAIN SITUATION & OUTLOOK (18 issues) 31.00 45.00
10011 EXPORT MARKETS FOR U.S. GRAIN (12 issues) 20.00 30.00
10013 USSR GRAIN SITUATION & OUTLOOK (12 issues) 15.00 20.00
10014 ALL 42 REPORTS LISTED ABOVE 66.00 95.00
10015 HORTICULTURAL PRODUCTS (12 issues) 20.00 30.00
10016 OILSE EDS & PRODUCTS (14 issues) 30.00 45.00
10017 SEEDS (4 issues) 9.00 15.00
10018 SUGAR, MOLASSES & HONEY (4 issues) 7.00 11.00
10019 TEA, SPICES & ESSENTIAL OILS (3 issues) 5.00 7.00
10020 TOBACCO (12 issues) 25.00 40.00
10021 WORLD CROP PRODUCTION (12 issues) 18.00 25.00
10022 COCOA (2 issues) 3.00 4.00
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