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


5 sM84L~ EXPORT BRIEFS
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.

PRODUCTS SOUGHT BY FOREIGN IMPORTERS






May 7, 1984


BEEF MEAT, CHILLE (JORDAN). Jordanian Ministry of Supply announced tender for
procuring 5,000 MT of chilled beef meat. Deadline to submit bid is May 15, 1984.
Bi~d specifications may be purchased for a non-refundable fee of J.D. 5 (U.S. $1
equals J.D. 0.373) from the Ministry of Supply. All offers must be submitted through
Jordanian agents. Firms submitting bids are requested to send an information copy to
the Embassy Commercial Office, P.O. Box 354, Amman, Jordan. Telex: 21510 USEMB JO.
CONTACT: P.O. Box 830, Amrman, Jordan. Telex: 21278 MINSUP JO. Phone
667141/661174. (WK~ 17/AMMAN 4016)

CALIFORNIA ORANGES, GRAPEFRUITS, STRAHBERR~IES (AUSTRI[A). Chants 15 MT per week of
oranges and 2 containers per month of grapefruit and strawberries. Quality: first
class, medium size oranges. Packaged in boxes. Delivery: oranges
(May/June/Aug/Sept) and grapefruits and strawberries fall of year. Quote: CIF
Rotterdam. Bank ref: Zentralsparkassa Der Gemende kien, Laxenburgerstr. 365,
A-1232 Wien. CONTA~CT: Ruggiero S. Rizzi, G. Rizzi G=MBH, Halle A2/1-2,
Laxenburgerstr. 365, A-1232 Wien, Austria. Telex: 32216 FARIZ. A. Phone:
674188.(WK 18/TOFAS 76/77/78)

CHEESE, CHEDDAR (UNITED KI~NGD)OM). Wants 236 NT for 12 months. Can be called off as
required. Suppliers can tender for some or all of the goods. Approximately 114
delivery points in England and Wales. Delivery required within 14 days of receipt of
order. No special legal form required, but each supplier required to be jointly &
sevrerally liable under the contract. Deadline for request to participate is May 18,
1984 &r to submit invitation to tender May 21, 1984. Other req: proof of inscription
of the company on a professional or companies register in the U.K. or Ireland.
Following is required for last three years: banker's statement, balance sheets,
statement of overall turnover & turnover in respect to goods, list of the principal
deliveries w/sumns,











dates & recipients public & private. For public auth, awarding contracts, evidence
to be in form of cert. issued or countersigned by the comp~etent auth. & delivery
cert. by purchaser or declared by supplier to have been effected. Award of contract:
lowest acceptable offer/best value for money having regard to specification, price &
delivery. Tenders, supporting documents & payments in sterling. Contract will conform
to the requirements of standard conditions of government contracts for' store
purchases. Suppliers required to conform to GATT regulations i.e. manufacturing,
processing, sale & distribution of items & foodstuffs & all aspectslof hygiene.
CONTACT: ]R. Bowley, Dir., Homne Office Supply & Transport Br., Crown House, 52
Elizabeth St., UK-Corby, Northhamptonshire NN17 1PJ, England. Phone: (053-63) 21
01. (WK 18/COMMERCE 5293)

CORN FOR HUA CONSUMPTION (SOMABLIA). Quantity: 2000.MT. Packaging in 50 kg.
jute bags. D~eliveryr within 60 days. Quote CIF Mogadiscio, Somalia. Bank ref: Bank
Al-Saudi Al-Hfolandi, Jidda, Saudi Arabia. CONTACT: Abdulaziz A. Mahmood, General
Manager, Alghad for Trade and Contracting, P.O. Box 2048, Jidda, Saudi Arabia.
Telex: 402186 ALGHAD SJ. Phone: 665-7811. (WK 18/TOFAS 105)

CO~RN MILL PRODUCTS, CORN GRITS (OMAN). Wants bulk quantities for making snacks,
cookies and biscuits. Interested firms are asked to contact National Biscuit
Industries ASAP. CONTACT: Ravi Chopra, Proj. Coord., National Biscuit Industries Lt,
P.O. Box 6926, Ruwi, Sultanate of Oman. Telex: 5334 MULBA ON. Phone: 734727. (WK
18/MUSC~AT 2343)

CORN, YELLOW (CANAD). Wants 10,000 MlT of No. 1 or 2 grade. Delivery ASAP.
Quote: FOB port or C&F' Marmara. Bank ref: furnished on request. CONTACT: Bob
Boisjoli, Ticaret Trading, 1400 St. Catherine St. West, Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3G
1, Canada. Telex: 52513 MONJTREAL. Phone: 514-861-5881. (WK 18/TOFAS 65)

CORN, YELLOW (SPAIN). Wants 20,000 MT of U.S. No. 2 grade in bulk. Quote: FOB
and CIF West African ports. Quotations urgently needed. Imnporter also interested in
400,000 50 kg. empty jute bags. Delivery before May 20, 1984. Bank ref: Banco
Central (Main Office). CONTACT: Messrs. Curbera/Fisher, Intermese Company Ltd., c/o
Residencia Alfa, Alfredo L. Jones, 29 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain. Telex:
96899 CBINA. Phone : (28) 26.42.28. (WR 18/TOFEAS 111)

D)UCK LIVERS (FRANCE). Wants container loads of raw product for human consumption.
Packaging: bulk-frozen in strong export cartons 10 or 20 kg. net. Delivery:
June/July and August 1984. Other req: French labelling. Quote: CIF Le Havre.
Bank ref: Banque Populaire Bretagne Atlantique (BPBA) 14, Blvd W. Churchill 44040
Nantes Cedex 3. CONTACT: Patrick Cariou, S.A. Seproval, 35, Rue Jean Jaures, B.P.
36, 29102 Quimper, France. Telex: 940 785F SEPRO. Phone: (98) 90.37.86. (WK
18/TOFAS 158)

GENERAL HEATH FOODS (JAPAN). Especially, natural vitamin E and C (rosehips),
calcium, minerals, etc. Specific quantities are not determined, however, expected to
be substantial. Best quality. Packaged in retail and/or institutional type
containers. Immediate delivery by air or surface shipment. Quote: C & F. Bank ref:
Sumitomo Bank Itami Branch, Itami-shi. CONTACT: Mr. Tadao Fukuyam~a, Takeda Shokuhin
Kogyo R.K., 3-20, Imaji, Itamishi, Hyogo-ken. Phone: 0727-78-1127. (WK 18/TOFAS 23)










ROLSTEIN FRIESIAN HEIFER TENDER KOREAA). Tender for 1,994 head. Quote: CIF.
Payment: Bidder/seller 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 before 10:00 a.m. May 9, 1984. Any bidder who has been
qualified and wishes to participate in this tender shall be newly registered in 1984
one day before the bidding date at the latest. Bid deadline: 11:00 a.m. May 9, 1984
at NLCF's conference room. CONTACT: Procurement Department Manager, National
Livestock Cooperatives Federation, Seoul, Korea. Phone: 783-1668. Telex: K-23517
NALICOF (WK 18/TOFAS 8425)

HORTICULTURAL SPECIALITIES (AUSTRAiLIA). Wishes to import Alae Vera juice either
prepackaged or in bulk form. for use in the manufacture of health and beauty
products. Quote: FOB. Banr `ref: ANZ, Bank Castle Hill N.S.W. CONTACT: Chris Kelly,
FEG Muanufacturing PTY Ltd., 5 Victoria Avenue, Castle Hill N.S.W. 2154, Australia.
Telex: 27932. Phone: (02) 6345388. (WK 18/COMMERCE 1541)

JOINT VENTUR (NIGERIA). Gashau Farms interested in joint venture with U.S.
partners) for cattle ranching and sheep rearing at Glimbi in Biu local government
area of Bornu State. Objective will be to utilize local grazing area to meet
efficient management of resources and thus increasing animal production and animal
products. Company is operating on portions of land already acquired. Partner(s)
required for management, equipment recommendation, equity participation, raw
materials supply and company specialization. Equity participation will be 60%
Nigerian and 40% foreign. Total investment initially envisaged will be $10,000.
Bank ref: Union Bank of Nigeria, Ltd, Samaru, Zaria. CONTACT: N.A. Gworgwor,
Researcher (Agric), Department of Agronomny, I.A.R. Samaru, Zaria, Kaduna State,
Nigeria. (WK 18/TOFAS 88)

JOINT VENTURE (NIGERIA). Interested in joining with U.S. partners in integrated
poultry farming. About 600 acres of land available at Nassarawa Village in Kaduna.
Company is a new start-up. Feasibility study in progress. Objectives to produce table
eggs, day-old chicks, dressed broilers & feed for own use & sale to other
supermarkets & small sized farms in other states of the Federation. Partners required
for management, equipment recommendation, equity participation, technical. assistance,
raw materials supply & company specialization. Equity participation 60% Nigerian and
40% foreign. Total investment about 2.5 million dollars. Bank ref: Generale Societe
Bank, Kaduna South, Kaduna State and First Bank of Nigeria, Ltd., Hospital Road,
Kaduna. CONTACT: Director, Koko (Nig.) Builder, Koko Farms, Nassarawa Village, P.O.
Box 5419, Kaduna, Kaduna State, Nigeria. (WK 18/TOFAS 86)

JOINT VENTURE (NIGERIA). Interested in joint venture with U.S. partners) for
production of day-old chicks and other livestock from. parent stocks, and feeds at
Jama's Kargo village, Kaduna-Zaria Rd., Kaduna State. Project is new start-up.
Feasibility study, installation of machinery and food processors are near
completion. Partner(s) required for equity participation, raw materials supply and
company specialization. Equity participation 60% Nigerian and 40% foreign. Total
investment about 5.4 million dollars. Bank ref: Nigerian Agricultural and
Cooperative Bank, Ltd., P.M.B. 2155, Kaduna and United Bank for Africa, Kaduna South,
Kaduna. CONTACT: Nuruldeen A.A. Agbaje, Director, Kargo (Nig.) Ltd., Box 7842,
Kaduna, Kaduna State, Nigeria. Phone: (062) 214803. (WK 18/TOFAS 87)











JOINT VENTURE (NIGERIA). Interested in joint venture with U.S. partners) to
operate a cotton farm at Malunishi in Kaduna Stat. Company has 62 acres of land with
option/chance for further acquisition for poultry and corn production. Feasibility
study and infrastructural installations are in progress. Partner(s) needed for
equipment recommendation, technical assistance, management and company
specialization. Equity particiaption 60% Nigerian and 40% foreign. Total investment
about 1.5 million dollars. Bank ref: Savannah Banrk (Raduna Branch), Ahmadu Bello
Way/Wharf Rd., Kaduna, K~aduna State. CONTACT: Alhaji Aliyu Mohamed Na-Alma, ]Kanaging
Director, Mai-Nagari (Nig.) Enterprises, P.O. Box 2154, K~aduna, Kaduna State,
Nigeria. Phone: (062) 214389. (WK 18/TOFAS 85)

JOINT VENTURE (NIGERIA). Large scale prod. of cash cropa/corn/cassavalrice,
fruits/veg/poultry raising at Eruwa in Ibadan, Oyo State. Co. is new, 2,000 acres of
land available. Feasibility study & access rds. constructions in progress. Partner(s)
should be specialist in poultry, food crops production, Install & operate of
irrigation equipment., will be required for management, equipment recommendation,
equity participation, tech. assistance, raw materials supply & specialization.
Project aims at development of poultry farm at least 10,000 layer capacity,
preservation of crops, canning & mktg of production & ext. of livestock feeds. Equity
participation 50% Nigerian & 50% foreign. Total investment $3 million with
option/chance for further investments. Bank ref: Wema Bk, Ltd. Ikeja Br., Lagos.
CONTACT: 01adele Beyiouk, 01adele Beyiouk & Sons, P.O. Box 7, No 78, Ogba Rd., Agege,
Lagos, Nigeria. (WK 18/TOFAS 90)

JOINT VENTURE (NIGERIA). Interested in joint venture for integrated poultry,
ducks, and fish pond farming, maize & cassava prod., and feedmilling in Ezi, Aniocha
local govt area of Bendel State. A 1,000 ha. of land adequately watered by streams &
rivulets has been acquired & surveyed. Project aimns at producing day-old chicks,
eggs, protein foods & animal feeds for sale to farmers, supermarkets & govt.
institutions in the federation. Feasibility study & other infrastructures almost
completed. Partners req. for equip. recommendation, equity participation, tech.
asst, raw materials supply and co. specialization. Equity participation 60%
Nigerian/40% foreign. Total investment $10 million initially. Willing to visit any
prospective partners) in the U.S. or Nigeria. CONTACT: M.M. Mrorah & Dr. O. Odogwu,
K.L.G (Nig.) Ltd., Okesuna Street, Lagos, Nigeria. Telex: 23150 KINTCO NIG. Phone:
(01) 833536/(01) 634998. (WK 18/TOFAS 89)

JOINT VENTURE (NIGERIA). Nigerian company, Zango Agro Ent. Ltd., interested in
joint venture with U.S. partner in following areas: hybrid maize & maize prod.,
cowpeas, chicken feed & tomato prod. Project location: Zaria local govt. area,
K~aduna State; Song local govt. area, Gongola State. Initial farm 120 Ha. in Zaria,
currently subject of feasibility study; additional 6220 ha. in Song not studied.
Partner will be required for management, equity participation, tech. asst. Equity
participation by partner open. Total investment required, Naira 2 million: equity
required, Naira one million. Principal Director of Zango is presently Production
Director of Nigerian Tobacco Co. (60% owned by Bat). Bank ref: Union Bank of Niger,
Zaria Branch. CONTACT: Alhaji Mohammed Kyari, 28 Chediya Rd., G.R.A., Zaria. P.O.
Box 1791, Zaria, Kaduna State, Nigeria. Phone: 32284. (WK 18/TOFAS 73)











JOINT VENTURE (NIGERIA). Nigerian co. interested in joining U.S. partners) with
tech. expertise & equity to operate a corn farm to meet current & future demands of
the poultry industry within 19 federation states. Interested in fishery thru
development of fish ponds in lakes on portions of 800 acres acquired & any other
agro-industry. Located in Eluabba Usinaumu, Mgbidi Town, N. of 0werri, Imo State.
Partners needed for equip. recommendation, tech. assistance, raw materials supply &
company specialization. Total investment required open to discussion with right
partnerss. Approx. market size of products to be determined from feasibility study
in progress. Bank ref: First Bank of Nigeria, Union Bank of Nigeria, First Bank of
Nigeria, & United Bank for Africa, Lagos. CONTACT: L. J. Ike Onunaku, P.E., 14
Bourdillon Rd, Ikoyi, Lagos, Nigeria. Phone: (01) 681637 (WK 17/LAGOS 92)

JOINT VENTURE, RICE FARLMING (NIGERIA). Omek Ltd. & a govt. owned development bank
looking for American concerns interested in entering in large scale mechanized rice
production. About 5,000 acres available in Nsuka, Anambra State. Project objective to
produce, process, & market top quality rice in all 19 federation states. Soil test
completed. Feasibilty study/other infrastructures progressing. Partner(s) needed for
equipment recommendation, equity participation, technical assistance, raw materials
supply & company specialization. Equity participation 60% Nigerian & 40 % foreign.
Total investment about U.S. $6.8 million with option/chance for further investment.
Bank ref: African Continental Bank, Ltd. 27/29 Martins St. P.M.B. 12646, Lagos.
CONTACT: 0. Ugwu, Omek Nigeria Ltd., 65 Allen Ave., P.O. Box 1048, Ikeja, Lagos,
Nigeria. Telex: 26363. Phone: (01) 962086. (WR 18/TOFAS 91)

MAGNOLIA OBOVABTA ]LOGS (JAPAN). Wants one container annually. Best quality.
Appropriate container for export. Immediate delivery by surface shipment. Diameter:
more than 30 centimeters. Length: more than two meters. Quote: C&F Osaka. Bank
ref: Dai-ichi Kangyo Bank Fukuyama Branch, Hiroshima, Japan. CONTACT: Mr. Masaaki
Kittaka, Japan Indonesia Trade Corporation, 3280-1, Kurigara-cho, Fuchu-shi,
Hiroshima, Japan. Cable: ROMMEL FUCHU-HIROSHIMA. Phone: 0847-45-2204. (WK 18/TOFAS
L25)

MALE MINK TAILS AND MALE OR FEMALE BLUE FOX TAILS JAPANN). Specific quantities not
determined, however, expected to be substantial. Best quality. Packaged in
appropriate containers for export. Lamediate delivery by air shipment. Products are
used for dress decorations. Quote: FOB. Bank ref: Dai-ichi Kangyo Bank Main Office,
Tokyo. CONTACT: Mr. Splawa-Neyman Alexander, Shimazaki Boeki K.K., c/o Yamashige
Bldg., 14-2, Higashi-Ueno, Taito-ku, Tokyo, Japan. Telex: KKSHIMA J. 26762. Cable:
"KKSHITRE TOKYO." Phone: 03-832-5635. (WK 18/TOFAS 22)

MILR POWDER (ENGLAND). Approximately 227 tons, called off as required, 12 month
req. Suppliers can tender for some or all of the goods. Delivery: approximately 114
delivery points in England and Wales. Delivery due within 14 days of receipt of
order. No special legal form required, but each supplier will be required to be
jointly and severally liable under the contract. Deadline to participate is May 17,
1984 & invitation to tender May 18. Proof of inscription of the company on a
professional or companies register in the UK or Ireland. Following is required for
last three years: banker's statement, balance sheets, statement of overall turnover
& turnover in respect to goods, list of the principal deliveries w/sums, dates &
recipients public & private. For public auth, awarding contracts, evidence to be in
form of certificate issued or countersigned by the competent auth. & delivery
certificate by purchaser or declared by supplier to have been effected. Award of
contract: lowest acceptable offer/best value for money having regard to
specification, price & delivery.











Tenders, supporting documents & payments in sterling. Contract will conform to the
required of standard conditions of governmnt contracts for store purchases.
Suppliers required to conform to GATT regulations i.e. manufacturing, processing,
sale & distribution of items & foodstuffs & all aspects of hygiene. CONTACT: R.
Bowley, Dir., Home Office Supply & Transport Br., Crown House, 52 Elizabeth St.,
UK-Corby, Northamptonshire NN17 1PJ, England. Phone: (053-63) 21 01. (WK
18/COMMRCE 5293)

MILK, LONG ILIFE: AN WHOLE POWDERED (PAKISTAN). Desires to buy from U.S. firms 150
cases of long life milk in one quart package and 60 cases of whole powdered milk in
1.8 kg or equivalent package, every three months. Quotations requested for U.S. moilk
for delivery to collection point in Oakland, California. Will be consolidated with
other food items. Quote: C&F Karachi and minimum shipment shze required. CONTACT:
John Reddington, AgAttache, American Embassy Islambad, Pakistan. Telex: 82-05-864.
Phone: 24-071. (WK( 18/TOFAS 90)

PEPPERMINT AND SPEARMINT OIL (JAPAN). Wants 30,000 lbs. annually. Beat quality.
Packaged in institutional type containers, about 400 lbs. to a container. Immediate
delivery by surface shipment. Quote: C&F. Bank ref: Mitsubishi Bank Umeda Branch,
Osaka. CONTACT: Mr. Takato Tanaka, Taiyo Perfumery Co., Ltd., 2-11-9, Kakigara-cho,
Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan. Telex: 252-3850 TRAORI J. Phone: 03-668-8021.
(WK 18/TOFAS 24)

POPCORN, SOFT DRINKS, NON-ACHOLIC DRINKS, ALMONDS, SNACK ITEMS, COOKIES, CORN OIL
FOR COOKING, GARLIC, CANNED VEGETABLES (BAHRAILN). Wants above products in
twenty-foot container loads. Quality: internationally accepted standards, preferably
that of '"WHO". Consumer retail packing required. Delivery ASAP. Other req:
packing and labels should be acceptable to Bahrain Health Authority (Arabic labels
are a must). Quote: FOB and C&F Bahrain. CONTACT: Hussain Ebrahim Aman, Hadara
Trading Establishment, P.O. Box 5830, Manama, Bahrain. Telex: 9502 HADARA BN.
Cable: HAD)ARA. Phone: 274804. (WK 18/MANAMA 1166)

RICE (NETHERLANDS). Wants container loads of longrain super Siam type Bulk
packaging, 100 lb. bags. Quote: CIF Rotterdam, ~ABN Harlingen. CONTACT: J. De Jong,
Gohco B.V., Havenplein 6, Harlingen, Netherlands. Telex: 46707. Phone: 05178-8866.
(WK 18/TOFAS 144)

SEED POTATOES (ALGERIA). Tender issued by Algerian National Office of Supply and
Agricultural Services. U.S. exporters should wire tender mail express fee of $21 to
Sotubank, Tunis, Tunisia, for deposit into account 53204.2, telex 12377 TUNIS. To
receive tender (french) telegraphic transfer should be accompanied by this message:
"Deposit is for purchase of seed potatoes tender document. Please contact A~merican
Embassy, Phone 282-566, ext. 2279, immediately." Wants imports for 1984/85 crop yr.
Quantity & delivery unknown. Deadline June 15, must remain valid 90 days. Quote: G6F
Algerian ports. Bank ref: Banque De L'Agriculture Et Du Developpement Rural, 12, Blvd
Colonel Amirouche, Alger, Algeria. CONTACT: B. Dahmane, Office National Des
~Approvisionnements Et Des Ser~vices Agricole, Chemin Hacene Benzamrande, "Les 01liviers"
(Ex St. Charles), Birmandreis, Alger, Algeria. (WK 18/TOFAS 32)

SHEEP FEED (KUWAIT). Interested in expanding business activities with American
companies with this product. Company bids on government tenders. Co. ref: Kuait
Chamber of Commerce and I[ndustry, P.O. Box 775, Safat, Kuwait. CONTACT: Reen Khalid
Al Ghunaim, Pres., Rasha General Trading Est., P.O. Box 326, Safat, Kuwait. Telex:
22677 LANKA KT. (WK 18/COMMERCE 1717)











SOYBEANS, FICSH MEA AND MEAT MEAL, (SAUDI AREABIA). Wants to import on a regular
basis above products. Firm is wholly Saudi owned, founded in 1975, with activities
concentrated on poultry raising and egg production. CONT~ACT: Jawad Muhammad Qansoh,
Sales Manager, Al-Mallouhi Co. for Poultry and Fodders, P.O. Box 87, Riyadh, Saudi
Arabia, 11411. Telex: 204538 MALORY SJ. Phone: 421-2340/2344. (WK 18/RIYADH 2155)

TALLOW AND GREASE (TAINA). Wants 2,500 MT/mronth of beef tallow and hog grease,
edible for refining purposes. Quality: MP 36C, FFA 2%, MIU 1% maximum, color not
darker than FAC 7, bleachable to 0.3R and titre 42C. Bulk packaging. Delivery to be
arranged. Quote: CIF Kaohaiung, Taiwan. Bank ref: Citibank, Taipei, Chase
Mahattan Bank, Taipei and Morgan Guaranty, Taipei. CONTACT: T.W. Chang, Cheng I
Food Co. ]Ltd., 6th floor, No. 32, Lane 430, Fu Haing N. Rd. Ta'ipei, Taiwan. Telex:
24659 WEILIH. Phone: 563-9108/536-3343. (WK 18/TAIPEl 2372)

WJHEAT (W. GERMAN). Wants 100,000 MT U.S. No. 2 grade soft red winter or white
wheat. Protein content 9.5% min.; moisture 13.5% max. ; damaged kernels (incl. heat)
4% (total); foreign material 1% max.; shrunken and broken kernels 5% mnax.; total
defect 5% max., dockage max. 0.5% (non deductible). Quote: FOB/C&F free out charter
basis, indicate freight rate per MT separately in the case of C&F. Packaging:
bulk. Delivery : urgent. Other req: bid bond 1%; performance guarantee 5%. Wants
telex or telephone contact requirement URGENT. Bank ref: Stadtsparkasse, 6000
Frankfurt/Main. CONTACT: Mr. Shamsul Haque Mohan, Padmna Enterprise, Am. Hauptbahnhof
8, 6000 Frankfurt/Main 90, W. Germany. Phone: 611-231120 or 611-231890. Telex:
413811 PADMA D. (WK 18/TOFAS 27)

WHtEAT, BARD( RED WINTER (BRlAZIL). Wants three lots of 33,000 MT of U.S. No. 2 grade
2 or better, ordinary. Moisture 13% max, total defects 5% max, protein 11% minimum ,
test weight 78 kg per hectoliter. Bulk packaging. Delivery August 1984. Quote:
FOB. Bank ref: Banco De Brazil. CONTACT: Dr. Fernando Tavares Coutinho,
President, Brazilian W~heat Board, Av. Graca Aranha, 416/3rd Floor, 20030A Rio De
Janiero, Brazil. Telex: (021) 21698. Phone: (021) 242-2380/242-0589. (WK
18/TOFAS 44)

WHEAET, SOYIBEAN OIL,TALLOW (BANGLAD)ESR). Wants soft red winter and white winter
wheat, soybean oil (CDSO), and inedible tallow. Bank ref: Bank of Credit and
Commerce International (0) Ltd., Dhaka, American Express, Bank of Toyko. CONTACT:
Akter Hamid Khan, Makarious International, 89, Motijheel Commercial Area, 3rd floor,
G.P.O. Box No. 877, Dhaka-2, Bangladesh. Telex: 642515 MAK BJ. Cable: "MAKIN",
Dhaka (WK 18/DHAKA 2972)

WHLE WHIEAT, FLOUR, RICE, SUGAR (YEMEN ARAB REPUBLIC). Interested in American
firms exporting above products. Firm owns mineral water plant. Letter of Credit
terms. Quote: C&F Hodeidah. Bank ref: Yemen Bank for Reconstruction and
Development, Sanaa Branch and International Bank of Yemen Sanaa. Trade ref: Yemen
Chamber of Commerce, Box 195 Sanas. Working capital YR 100 million (U.S. $1 equal
5.20 YR). CONTACT: Ali Alwataary, Deputy Chairman, AL Wataary General Trading and
Agriculture Developmnent Company, P.O. Box 61, Sanaa, Yemen Arab Republic. Telex:
2268 WATARY YE. Phone: 71791/71796/73808. (WK 18/COMMERCE 2383)









MARKET DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES


USDA TAKES FURTHIER STEP TO SPEED DELIVERY OF EXPORT LEADS

The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Foreign Agricultural Service iss expanding its
telecommnication links with its agricultural trade offices overseas in its drive to
increase the volume and timeliness of trade leads available to U.S. agricultural
exporters, according to Richard A. Smith, agency administrator.

"We are shooting for a system that permits same-day response by companies to requests
made by foreign imorters to U.S. agricultural counselors and attaches abroad," Smith
said.

"The Foreign Agricultural Service already has taken steps to speed up the domestic
delivery process of trade leads through the use of computer networks in the United
States, he said.

'"We also have underway an 18nnmonth promrotional project to encourage U.S. exporters to
assume a more aggressive exporting role by using this communication network to make
connections with prospective importers," Smith said. "Marketing officials in state
departments of agriculture will be closely involved in this project since it will be
their job to help active and potential exporters in their states make full use of
this reverse trade lead service."

Smith said the two-way communications process is expected to be of particular value
to smaller U.S. exrporters, especially those involved in selling high-value and
value-added comodities.

All of these activities are part of the Foreign Agricultural Service's agricultural
information and marketing service group -- which is the new name for the agency trade
lead and high-value and value-added export promotion services.



U.~S. FOODS~ EXHIIBIT SECTION OF THIE ~FOOD AND _FOOD ~EQUIPMENT SHOW
TAZIWACN~, JUNEI 2?6-28,_ 1984.

The United States food and agricultural industry is hereby informed that, as part of
the continuing efforts to increase the sale and consumption of U.S. foods and
agricultural products overseas, the Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) through the
American Institute in Taiwan (AIT), will sponsor a U.S. Foods Exhibit in Taiwan.
This promotion of U.S. food products will be directed toward retailers, wholesalers,
the hotel/restaurant, new-to-market firms, institutional trade, and their suppliers.
on the basis of advice from the Agricultural Officer, the following U.S. products
should be of primary interest to the food trade in Taiwan: canned and fresh fruits
and vegetables, ginseng products (natural and cultivated); health food items; canned
abalone; coffee and creamer (non-dairy); cheese and long life milk; baby foods;
cereals; dried fruits and nuts; canned juices and soft drinks; snack and
confectionary items; dried peas and beans; wine-institutional market (limited);
beef-institutional market limiteded.











NOTE: Imnport of ~the~ following items is prohibited: chicken meat; organ (variety)
meats;~ fresh pears;~ p~e~anuts; and ~squrjidL.

The Taiwan market shows excellent market potential. U.S. exporters will have an
opportunity to demonstrate and promote their food products to the Taiwanese trade.
FAS will accept participation agreements on. a graduated first-come, first-served
basis, participation for the show has been extended until May 11, 1984.
Participation fees must accompany the application for exhibit space. For further
information contact: Levi L. Turner, Trade Exhibit Director, Export Programs
Division, Room~ 4944-S, Foreign Agricultural Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture,
Washington, D.C. 20250, telephone: (202) 475-3415.

The United States Department of Agriculture, Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) would
like to help provide and assist U.S. businessmen in obtaining valuable information on
a continuing basis to those wishing to enter or expand his/her basic awareness of
development in the international trade arena.

For information concerning exporting non-agricultural products, write or call U.S.
Department of Comerce, International Trade Administration, Export Counseling Unit,
Room 1066, Washington, D.C. 20230, telephone: (202) 377-3181.



FOOD AND AGRIBUSINESS TRADE SHOW AT WORLD'S FA9IR

The Louisiana Department of Agriculture is sponsoring a Food and Agri-business trade
show to be held during the 1984 World's Fair in New Orleans from July 30 through
August 3, 1984.

Thre "Louisiana International Food and Agribusiness Fair" (LIFAF) will be the only
avenue for U.S. food and agribusiness organizations at the World's Fair and offers
trade representatives the unusual opportunity to concurrently participate in a trade
show and a World's Fair.

Among others, organizations that have signed up to participate include: vegetable
canners and processors; sweet potato, soybean, oats, seafood, rice, beef and pork
product promotion organizations; pecan sellers and processors; equipment
manufacturers; sauce and speciality food companies; shrimp processing companies; seed
and agri-business supply organizations; both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverage
companies; candy and confectionary manufacturers; rice marketing companies; beef and
pork packing plants; crawfish processors; and vegetable oil refiners.

The Louisiana Department of Agriculture, with the assistance of the USDA's Foreign
Agricultural Service (FAS), the Southern U.S. Trade Association (SUSTA) and the U.S.
Department of Commerce will be alerting trade representatives world-wide of this show.

Because of New Orleans' geographic location, and the recent Caribbean Basin
Initiative, a concentrated effort will be placed on notifying trade representatives
in the Caribbean.

For more information about LIFAF, contact Roy Johnson, International Trade Director,
Louisiana Department of Agriculture, P.O. Box 44184, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70804.
Telephone (504) 292-3600, TWX 510-993-3256 LADEPAG BTR.











SAUDIFOOD 85 to be held in Riyadh, February 10-14

SaudiFood 85, the third International Food and Equipment exhibition for Saudi Arabia,
will be held in Riyadh, February 10-14, 1985, in conjunction with the first SaudiFood
Processing and Packaging show, created specifically for the rapidly expanding Arab
markets.

SaudiFood again will provide trade buyers in Saudi Arabia with their only opportunity
to see the entire food, catering and equipment industries under one roof. National
groups and individual companies planning to exhibit at the show already are
requesting larger sites than in 1983, when all exhibition space had been allocated by
September 1982, nearly five months before the show opened.

Buyers attending SaudiFood will represent the major sectors of the industry,
including importers and wholesalers, supermarkets, department stores, retail outlets.
food processors, hotel and restaurants, government agencies, schools, hospitals,
armed forces, oil and construction industries, contract caterers, airline and
shipping companies.

Further information can be obtained from Eileen Lavine, Information Services, Inc.,
4733 Bethesda Ave., Suite 735, Bethesda, MD 20814; (301) 656-2942.


NATIONAL EXPOSITION OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS

Nov just a year away, the second biennial NASDA National Food and Agriculture
Exposition will be held April 22-24, 1985, in Kansas City, Missouri. T~he show will
again be cosponsored by the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture
and the Foreign Agricultural Service of USDA.

Last year the show drew about 1,100 foreign buyers from 76 countries and 410 U.S.
exhibitors from~ 42 states and Puerto Rico. Over 1,500 foreign buyers and 500
exhibitors are expected to attend the Kansad City event. The 1985 show will feature
value-added products fromn the food, seed, nursery, and forest product industries.

For more information about the 1985 exposition, contact F. Farrell Higbee, Suite 710,
1616 H Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20006. Telephone: (202) 628-1566.


TECHNICAL, OFFICE

Notice of Foreign Proposals Concerning Standards in Agriculture. As required of all
signatories to the GATT 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. From time to time we also receive information through our
embassies in foreign countries, as is the case this week. Request for copies or
questions can be referred to Carolyn Wilson, USDA Technical Office, Room 5530 South
Agriculture Building, Washington, D.C. 20250; or phone (202) 382-1318. Anyone
interested in commenting on the proposals should include the TBT Notification Number
in their communication.











Hong Kong. The Technical Office received a notification that effective January 1,
1985, the Urban Services Department in Hong Kong will enforce the new regulation for
maximum permitted concentrations of aflatoxin and erucic acid in Food Products in
Hong Kong. A copy of the complete text is expected soon.

Japan. A copy of the 1984 Japanese food additives booklet arrived recently. This
book includes the new additives Japan accepted in 1983.

Japan. The Emassy forwarded to us last week a copy of the full translation of the
draft MAFF Ministerial Notification on overall grading standards for livestock
breeding animls which will be used to govern semen imported by Japan. The draft
contains Japanese standards for the major dairy, beef and swine breeds.

Ne~w Zealand.d The New ZealalddeFood Standards Cammittee has prepared draft standards
for sauce and will be accepting comments until May 31, 1984.

Saudi Arabia. The Technlical Office just received a copy of Saudi Standard Draft -
Maximum Limits for Pesticide Residues in Food Products First Series. No time limit
has been fixed for comments.







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