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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
Export Trade Services Division, Foreign Agricultural Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
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Washington, D.C


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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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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 lied foreign firm originating the inquiry. You may also contact the Export
Promotion Division, FAS. (202) 4477 103

ISSUE NO# 49, 1982

1916 Sugar substitutes (W. Germany). Desires sugar substitutes, e.g., fructose,
etc. Packaging: bulk. Quotations CIF European ports. Other requirements:
background info: German firm was established 1890, employs 77, and is
capitalized at DM 10 million. Seeking initial contact with U.S. firms. Bank
ref: Landeszentralbank, Hauptstr. 1, 4600 Dortmund. CONTACT: Mr. Abel,
Peter Rehne GMBH & Co., Toellnerstr. 9-11, 4600 Dortmund, W. Germany.
Phone: 231-54010.

1917 Food products (W. Gernany). Looking for suppliers of canned fruits and
vegetables; canned meat and fish; honey and jam in jars; cereals. Consumer
packaging. Quotations CIF European port. Firm was established in 1965;
supplies supermarket chains and department stores throughout W. Germany.
Bank ref: Koelner Bank von 1867 e.G., Christophstr. 33-37, 5000 Koeln 1.
CONTACT: Franz-Josef Vogel, MERKURIA Handelsgesellschaft mbH, P.O. Box
410652, Weyertal 127, 5000 Koeln 41, W. Germany. Phone: 221-414498.

1918 Frozen & fast foods (W. Germany). In the market for frozen fruits and
vegetables; fast foods. Packaging: institutional. Quotations CIF European
port. Subject firm is one of the leading catering companies in Germany.
Established 1958, employs 6. Bank ref: Deutsche Bank AG, An Thietor 10,
4440 Rheine/Westf. CONTACT: Mr. Scholz, Apetito Karl Duesterbert GIIBH & Co.
KG, P.O. Box 320, Sandkampstr. 142-148, 4440 Rheine/Westf. II. Germany.
Phone: 5971-7991

1919 Canned fruits & vegetables, canned meat & fish, honey and jam, cereals (VI.
Germany). Looking for suppliers of canned fruits and vegetables; canned meat
and fish; honey and jam in jars; cereals. Consumer packaging. Quotations
CIF European port. Finn was established in 1956; supplies supermarket chains
and retail stores throughout No. Westfalia. Bank ref: Sal. Oppenheim & Cie.
Bank, Unter Sachsenhausen 4, 5000 Koeln 1. CONTACT: H. Vogel, Hans H.
Vogel, Mannsfelder STr. 30-32, 5000 Koeln 51, W. Germany. Phone: 221-371037.

1920 Flavors, spices, vitamins (Zimbabwe). One of largest food processing
concerns in Zimbabwe needs monthly shipments of (approx. dols) 24,000 for
flavors, 13,000 for spices & 1,300 for vitamins. Flavors & essences
include: carob powder, banana, pineapple, chicken, fish, cheese, spearmint,

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

butterscotch, salt, vinegar, tomato sauce flavor. Garlic essence, peppermint
oil, anis seed oil & egg albumen. Spices include bayleaves, cinnamon,
cloves, cumin, garlic, grown ginger, mace, MSG, mustard, nutmeg, pimento,
black and white pepper, paprika, and others. CONTACT: P. Winkler, Materials
Mgr., Willards Food Corp. PVT. Ltd., P.O. Box 1813, Harare, Zimbabwe.
TELEX: 67741 ZW. Cable: WILFOOD. Phone: 67741.

1921 Hatching eggs (Jordan). Interested in importing approximately one million
hatching eggs per week via air freight. Prospective vendors should telex
with full details, and price on C&F Amman airport basis please telex Embassy
Comrerical office (21510 USEMB JO) also to advise of interest. CONTACT:
Yazid Abu Jaber, Managing. Partner, Bendar Trading & Equipment Co., P.O. Box
9012, Amman, Jordan. TELEX: 21981 UNITED JO. Phone: 667638.

1922 Lecithin (Spain). In the market for lecithin. Quantities open. Firm
founded 1970. Employs 130. Mfr. parenteral solutions, disposable items,
etc. Marketing territory covers all of Spain. Represents American Hospital
Supply Corp of Evanston, Ill. Quote CIF. Bank ref: Banco Hispano
Americano, San Sebastian De Los Reyes. CONTACT: Rafael Cuadrillero, Dir.,
Baxter Iberica, S.A., Carretera Irun, KM 19, 300, San Sebastian De Los Reyes
(Madrid), Spain. TELEX: 23735 FEBSA. Phone: 91/6527100. Cable: BOHECO.

1923 Corn, equipment (Nigeria). Looking for suppliers of corn for poultry feeds,
livestock feed mills, decorticating machine for peanuts, seed planters,
cereal threshers, seed cleaning & drying machines. Firm estab in 1981 &
employs 9 persons. Firm is engaged in agro-based activities & marketing
production of agro-related input. Firm is said to have sound financial
standing & that ngr. dir is seasoned man of repute & high integrity. Embassy
would recommend doing business on secured basis until confidence is estab.
CONTACT: I.E. Unezie, Resident Partner, Chart-Hisea Limited, Wetheral Road,
P.O. Box 736, Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria. Phone: 230795. Cable: HINT

1924 Vegetable oils (Oman). Crude corn oil and crude soybean oil needed. Firm
has opened new plant to produce vegetable oils, fats, for the local market.
The $5.2 million facility has capacity of 9,000 mt. Firm is seeking the
following quantities in bulk for shipment in Dec. 1982 Jan. 1983: soybean
oil- 250 mt neutralized, degunmed, and dewaxed; corn oil: 250 mt
neutralized, degummed, dewaxed, and fully winterized. Interested U.S.
suppliers are urged to make contact ASAP with C&F Muscat quotes. COFTACT:
V. S. Tyagi, Comm. Mgr., Areej Veg. oils & Derivatives LLC, P.O. Box 6063,
Ruwi, Sultanate of QOan. TELEX: 3230 LUJAINA MB. Phone: 703 777.

1925 Instant coffee (Japan). Wants freeze-dried coffee, 10 container loads,
specific information required. Packed in glass containers, 250 280 grans
per container. Immediate delivery by surface shipment to Republic of Korea.
Quotations C&F Pusan. Bank ref: Mitsubishi Bank, Hiroo Branch, Tokyo.
CONTACT: Eiji Kasai, Gen. Manager, Jonan Shoji Co., Ltd., c/o
Odakyu-Minamiaoyama Bldg., 7-8-1, Minaminaoyama, Minato-Ku, Tokyo, Japan.
Telex: 02423783 SJONAN J. Cable: JONANSHOJI, Tokyo. Phone: 498-0631/0617.

1926 Turkey breasts (Chile). Wants frozen turkey breasts, 1,500 kilograms
monthly, Top USDA grade. Prefers packing weight not to exceed 10 kilograms.

Delivery ASAP. Turkey breasts to be used on airlines. Quotes CIF
Valparaiso. Bank ref: Banco O'Higgins, Bandera 201, Santiago. CONTACT:
Jaine Toro, Marriot Chile S.A., Casilla 14469, Chile. Telex: 440080 MARRI
CZ. Phone: 719016.

1927 D-Alpha-Tocopherol (Japan). Wants D-Alpha-Tocopherol, 1,000,000 units.
Product must be of natural origin and standard size, in capsules I.U. 100
per capsule. Immediate delivery by air shipment. Quotations FOB. Bank
ref: Chiba Bank, Yachiyodai Branch, Chiba. CONTACT: Shiro Yanada,
President, Mika & Co., Ltd., 7-5-13, Yachiyodai-Nishi, Yachiyo-Shi,
Chiba-Ken, Japan. Cable: MIKAHEALTH NARASHIHO. Phone: (0474)82-8515.

1928 Soybean Saponine (Japan). Wants soybean Saponine for health food, 1,500
kgs. Samples and specific information required. Packed in appropriate
containers for institutional use. Immediate delivery by air and/or surface
shipment. Quotations C&F Osaka (air shipment) and/or C&F Kobe (surface
shipment). Bank ref: Daiwa Bank, Nishi-Ku Branch, Osaka. CONTACT:
Tsuyoshi Furukawa, Yayoi Co., Ltd., c/o Koga Bldg., 65-3, Bingo-Machi
2-Chone, Higashi-Ku, Osaka, Japan. Telex: 5225002 YAYOI J. Cable:
YAYOICO, Osaka. Phone: (06) 201-0356/7.

1929 Pearl Barley (Japan). Wants Pearl barley (Hatu-lugi in Japanese), 20 MT per
month. Samples and specific information required. Appropriate packaging for
institutional use. Immediate delivery by surface shipment. Quotes C&F.
Bank ref: Faiichi Kangyo Bank, Shimbashi Branch, Tokyo. CONTACT: Toru
Katsumura, Director, Kyokuto International Corp., c/o Kowa No. 35 Bldg.,
14-14 Akasaka, l-Chome, Minato-Ku, Tokyo, Japan. Telex: 242-7467 KYOKUT J.
Phone: (03)588-5288.

1930 Figs (France). Wants fresh figs 2-3 tons, first quality, packed in cartons.
Delivery ASAP. Labelling in English or French. Quotations CIF Le Havre.
Bank ref: Banco Espanol, Rungis M.I.J. CONTACT: Patrice Bardin, Ets.
Aliberti, Bat. B.2 61A. R. D'Agen, Fruleg 623-94611 Rungis Cedex, France.
Telex: 201 738 F. Phone: (1) 687.99-20.

1931 Garlic seed (Costa Rica). Wants garlic seed (Botanical seeds), enough to
plant 50 square meters with each variety, 80% germination or more, free of
diseases & treated with fungicides & insecticides. Packed in cans or plastic
bags, for delivery January 1983. Phytosanitary certificate from country of
origin required. These varieties will be tested before making commercial
purchases. For this reason importer wants to purchase enough to plant in
area 50 square meters for each variety sent. Exporter can calculate quantity
necessary. Quote FOB. Bank ref: Marine Midland Bank, Miami. CONTACT:
Jose Antonio Madriz, Cafesa, P.O. Box 4588, San Jose, Costa Rica. TELEX:
2104 CAFESA. Cable: CAFESA. Phone: 32-22-55.

1932 Rice (France). Wants rice containers of 20 tons composed of cartons for
selling groceries. No more than 25-35% broken rice, packed in cartons or
bags of one kilogram, packed in cartons of 20 or 30 kgs. Delivery ASAP.
French labeling on the cartons if possible. Quotations CIF Douala,
Cameroon. Bank ref: B.I.A.O. Douala. CONTACT: Mr. Plasse, French Rep.,
Saari, 4, Rue De Bretagne, 78140 Velizy-villacoublay, France. TELEX: 696911
BERKVEN. Phone: (3) 946 38 22.

1933 Rice (France). Wants long grain rice, 2,000 tons, maximum broken 4%, packed
in bags of one kilogram and cartons of 30 bags. Delivery 30 days after order
date. Labeling preferably in French. Quotes CIF West African ports. Bank
ref: Credit Lyonnais 55, Champs Flysees, 75008 Paris. CONTACT: Emmanuel
Boh, Gen. Mgr., Caminex International, 3, Avenue Charles De Gaulle, 94470
Boissy-Saint-Leger, France. TELEX: 203 300F PUBLIBOISSY. Phone: 569 20 24.
1934 Strawberries (France). Wants fresh strawberries, 2/3 tons, first quality.
Packed in cartons or packages, for delivery ASAP. Labeling in English or
French. Quotations CIF Le Havre. Bank ref: Banoc Espanol Rungis M.I.N.,
24 Rue De La Tour, Rungis. CONTACT: Patrice Bardin, ETS. Aliberti, Bat. B.2
61A Rue D'Agen, Fruleg 623 94611 Rungis, Cedex, France. TELEX: 201
738F. Phone: (1) 687 99 20.
1935 Greenbeans (France). Want fresh greenbeans, 2/3 tons, first quality. Packed
in cartons or packages, for delivery ASAP. Labeling in English or French.
Quotations CIF Le Havre. Bank ref: Banco Espanol, 24 Rue De La Tour, 94150
Rungis Cedex. CONTACT: Patrice Bardin, ETS. Alberti, Bat. B.2 61A, Rue
D'Agen, Fruleg 623, 94611 Rungis, Cedex, France. TELEX: 201 738F. Phone:
(1) 687 99 20.
1936 Pigeon breeder stock (Hong Kong). Wants pigeon breeder, parent stock, 1,000
to 5,000 Paris, 1st & average quality. Export packing. Delivery ASAP.
Quotations CIF Hong Kong. Bank ref: Chekiang First Bank. CONTACT: Chan
Pak-Sun, Universal Pharm. Laboratory Ltd., 21, E'Aguilar St., Hong Kong.
TELEX: 83085 UNILB. Phone: 5-265687.
1937 Corn (Hong Kong). Wants yellow corn, 20,000 it, 1st, 2nd & 3rd grade,
packaged in gunny bags. Delivery ASAP. Quotations CIF Whampo, China. Bank
ref: Overseas Trust Bank. CONTACT: Siu Hau Shun, S.P.D. International
Inc., Room 1701 Cameron Commercial Bldg., 458-468 Hennessy Road, Wanchai,
Hong Kong. TELEX: 64106 SPDI HX. Phone: 5-8921007 or 5-8921385.
1938 Health food-products (W. Gemany). Want unspecified quantities of wheat gem
oil, wheat germ, Indian corn germ, and cereal bars (snack type). Packaging
in bulk. Quotations CIF European ports. Finn was established 1952, employs
27. Supplies health food stores throughout Germany. Also manufacturers of
health food products in Germany. Bank ref: Landeszentralbank, Unter
Sachsenhausen 1, 5000 Koeln 1. CONTACT: Mr. Puellem, Dr. Ritter GMBH & Co.,
Siegburger Str. 189-191, 50001Koeln 21, W. Germany. TELEX: 8873307.
Phone: 221-82791.
1939 Safflower oil (W. Germany). Wants unspecified quantities of safflower oil.
Packaging in bulk. Quotations CIF European port. Firm was established in
1954, employs 15. Annual sales DM 8 million. Bank ref: Bank Fuer
Gemeinwirtschaft, Domkloster 3, 5000 Koeln 1. CONTACT: H. Verpoorten, Hans
Bischoff GIBH, Hauptstr. 108, 5000 Koeln 50, W. Germany. TELEX: 8883468.
Phone: 221-393041.
1940 Food items (Canada). Well established international firm wants contact with
U.S. suppliers for a wide variety of food items including rice, spices,
canned fruits and vegetables, spagetti, peanut butter, pie fillings, nuts,
flour mixes, confectionery items, etc. Supplies needed to fill export orders

which firn receives on on-going basis. Send particulars on your product
line. CONTACT: C.N. Burns, President, Aquarian Industries Int'l Ltd.,
301-170 Hargrove Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3C 3H4. TELEX:
07-55752 QUARIAN W P G. Phone: (204) 942-7449.

1941 Peanuts (Algeria). Tender w/deadline Dec 24, '82 at 18:00 Algerian hrs for
12,000 mt shelled peanuts, 12,000 mt unshelled peanuts, new crop. Valid 60
days past deadline. Shelled: 2/3 of uniform color grain, without exterior
material, parasite or mold free, .015 parts per million aflatoxin rate;
unshelled: 4% max moisture, w/out exterior material, parasite & larva free;
.020 parts per million max aflatoxin rate. Packaged new jute double bags for
maritime transport. Priced by net mt FOB w/shipment port & C&F liner terms
Algerian ports. Contact FAS/EPD on (202) 447-7103 for more info. CONTACT:
ONACO, 29, Rue Larbi Ben M'Hidi, Algiers, Algeria. TELEX: 53236, 52850,
52851. Cable: ONACO DZ. Phone: 64 02 75, 64 02 77.

1942- Agar Agar powder, biscuits, canned foods (Singapore). Wishes to contact U.S.
1943 suppliers of Agar Agar powder and strips, mesh 100; biscuits; canned meats,
fruits & vegetables. Standard packaging for prompt delivery. Quotations C&F
Singapore. Bank ref: Asia Conmercial Bank, North Bridge Road, Singapore.
CONTACT: Eddie Chee Keong Sng, Jim-Willie Trading Co. PTE Ltd, 5J, Asia
Insurance Bldg., Finlayson Green, Singapore 0104. TELEX: RS 36767 FARGO.
Phone: 2242598, 2243761.

1944 Beef (Austria). Wants beef, fresh tenderloin, sirloin, T-Bone, 500 kg per
annum to start with, in 100 kg part shipments, top quality. Delivery ASAP.
Quotations CIF. Bank ref: CA-Bankverein, Schotteng. 6-8, A-1010 Wien.
CONTACT: Manfred Schneider, imperial Hotels Austria, Mahlerstr. 6, A-1010
Wien, Austria. TELEX: 112907 VOEHOA. Phone: 52 86 93/731.

1945 Raisins (Jap-n). Wants raisins "natural seedless Thompson", one container
load. Samples and specific information required. Packed in appropriate
carton boxes, 30 lbs to a box for institutional use. Immediate delivery by
surface shipment. Quotations C&F. Bank ref: Daiichi Kangyo Bank, Mlatsumoto
Branch, Nagano-Ken. CONTACT: Tomio Akabane, Rep. Dir., Merit Bussan Co.,
Ltd., 50-GO, 1, Takamiya Naka, Miatsumoto-Shi, Nagano-Ken, Japan. TELEX:
3342-357 MER.IT J. Cable: MERIT MATSUMOTO. Phone: (0263) 26-4831.

1946 White navy beans (Can.da). Wants white navy beans, 60,000 to 100,000 pounds,
packaged in bulk, in bags of 100 Ibs. Delivery ASAP. Quotations FOB
origin. Bank ref: on request. CONTACT: H. Trottier, H. Trottier Food
Brokers, R.R. #2, Moose Creek, Ontario, Canada. Phone: (613) 521-9674.
1947 Soybeans (Israel). Wants soybeans, 40,000 mt, No. 2, in bulk. Delivery
March 1983. Quotations FOB U.S. port. Bank ref: Bank Leumi and Bank
Hapoalim Haifa Branches. CONTACT: Hanan Schiffer, Moshavei Hazafon, 5
Pal-Yam Street, Haifa, Israel. TELEX: 46400 BXHAIL EXT. 8957. Phone:
(04) 670583.

1948- Fruit and vegetable seeds and seedlings (Somalia). Interested in importing
1949 following seedlings: 50,000 orange, 50,000 lemon, 40,000 grape for
Sept.-Oct. '83 delivery. The Somali Co also wants to buy 2 tons of tomato

seeds, 2 tons-cauliflower seeds, 500 kilos-lettuce seeds, 100 kilos-eggplant
seeds, and 500 kilos-parsley seed for delivery before July '83. Packed:
small cans, 1 lb or 1 kilo. Quotations FOB or C&F port of Berbera, Somalia.
Bank ref: Somalian National Bank, General Daoud Street, Mogadishu, Somalia.
CONTACT: Jamal Ziad Ali, Jamal Corporation, P.O. Box 130, Mogadishu,
Somalia. TELEX: 39200 SU MA. Phone: 22925.

1951 Rice, sugar, flour (Switzerland). Wishes to contact U.S. suppliers of rice,
1953 all grades; sugar, and bread flour, from 500-10,000 mt. All products in 50
kg. bags. Delivery from January-June 1983. U.S. dols FOB, C&F U1. African
ports and Middle East. CONTACT: Regimpex Enterprise, P.O. Box 53, 1224
Geneva, Switzerland. TELEX: 23226 REGI. Phone: 022-49 82 33 or 022-49 54

1954 Butter (W. Germany). Wishes to contact U.S. suppliers of U.S. butter, 10,000
mt. Quality to be negotiated. Packaging to be negotiated, bulk or packed in
metric weights German style. Delivery during period March through September
1983. Bank ref: Bank Fuer Gemeinwirtschaft, Am Klingerberg, 2400 Luebeck
1. Bank telephone No. 0451-1331, c/o Mr. Dietrich. CONTACT: Hans
Ratzeburg, Rapsacker 6, 2400 Luebeck 1, W. Germany. Phone: 0451-895044.
TELEX: 026242.

1955 Tallow (Iran). Sabahi Enterprises wishes to contact U.S. producers of
tallow, top quality. Additional information will be provided by company.
Bank ref: Bank Melli; Bazar, Tehran; Bank Saderat Bazar, Tehran and Bank
Mellat, Vessal-Shirazi, Tehran. CONTACT: Farhad Sepehri, Import Mgr.,
Sabahi Enterprises, Ltd., No. 22, 2nd Street, Koohenoor, Motahari
(Takhtetavoos), Tehran, Iran. TELEX: 213001 & 212876 SERV IR ATTN:
SABAHI. Phone: Central off. 629629. Bazar off. 522786. Cable: SABAHI.

Foreign Trade Development

Agricultural fair, Verona, Italy. The Foreign Agricultural Service of the U.S.
Department of Agriculture will participate in the International Agricultural Fair to
be held in Verona, Italy during the period March 12-20, 1983. If you wish to be
officially represented in the USDA pavilion at this show, you are requested to call
Mr. Gordon Nicks, Export Promotion Division, Foreign Agricultural Service, no later
than December 20, 1982. Gordon's number is (202) 475-3419.

The NASDA National Food and Agriculture Exposition


May 18th 8.30 9.45 a.m.
Seminar 1 Room 300
Areas of discussion: Trade barriers, U.S. leg-
islation affecting exports, quality control, and
Speaker- Mr. Eric Joiner, V.P. and Director of
Sales, AJC International, Inc.

Seminar 2 Room 301
Areas of discussion: Trade barriers, sales
terms, adaptability of U.S. products, company
representation abroad, cultural and attitudinal
Speaker: Mr. Don W. Sands, Executive V.P.,
Gold Kist, Inc.

May 19th 8:30 9:45 a.m.
Seminar 3 Room 300
Areas of discussion: State-of-the-art in food
processing technology, future developments,
global markets, and world competitors.
Speaker: Dr. Theodore P. Labuza, Professor of
Food Science and Nutrition, University of Min-

Seminar 4 Room 301
Areas of discussion: Supermarket activities,
merchandising, promotion, food storage, and
Speaker. Mr. Eugene W. Griner, Director of
Business Information Services, Small Business
Development Center.

The Speakers
Mr. Eric J. Joiner, Vice President and Dir-
ector of Sales for AJC International, Inc.
Mr. Joiner's responsibilities include
directing AJC's trading activities In food
commodities and sales into sixty coun-
tries. He has been involved in International
food and processed food sales for over 10
years. He is a member of the American
Meat Institute, National Fisheries In-
stitute, and North American Meat Ex-
porters Association.

Mr. Don W. Sands, Executive vice Presi-
dent for Gold Kist. Inc., is a recognized
authority on domestic and international
trade in agricultural commodities. Mr.
Sands serves on the USDA Agricultural
Policy Advisory Committee for Trade
Negotiations and the Subsidy Countervail-
ing Duties Group. He has served in ex-
ecutive capacities with the National
Peanut Council. the National Council of
Farmer Co-operatives, and serves as a
board member on several agricultural
commodity companies
Dr. Theodore P. Labuza is Professor of
Food Science and Nutrition at the Univer-
sity of Minnesota. Dr. Labuza is the author
of over 120 scientific articles, and 4 books.
He has 4 patents in food technology and
nutrition. He was a board member of the
Food and Drug Law Institute. and a former
National Program Chairman of the In-
stitute for Food Technologists He also
serves as a consultant to major com-
panies in the blood industry.

Mr. Eugene W. Griner, Director of
Business Information Services, Small
Business Development Center, was a
former Division Vice President of the
Kroger Company He has 20 years ex-
perience in distribution and merchandis-
ing of food products, and has served on
the Southeastern Federal Regional Coun-
cil and Secretary's Committee on Con-
sumer Affairs. He is an expert in food
distribution and merchandising systems
in the United States

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Atlanta, Georgia USA
May 17-19, 1983


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Washington, D.C. 20250

Domestic Forein
(Current news items and statistics on various commodities and NO CHARGE
summary of recent developments in world production and trade)

10003 COFFEE (3 issues) $10.00 $15.00
S10004 COTTON (12 issues) 30.00 50.00

10006 EXPORT TRADE & PROSPECTS (8 iuaes) 20.00 40.00
10006 MEAT & DAIRY MONTHLY IMPORTS (12 issues) 25.00 35.00
10007 DAIRY SITUATION (2 issues) 5.00 7.00
10008 LIVESTOCK & POULTRY SITUATION (2 issues) 5.00 10.00
10009 ALL 24 REPORTS LISTED ABOVE 55.00 92.00

10010 SITUATION, OUTLOOK, STAT. REPORTS (18 issues) 40.00 75.00
10011 EXPORT MARKET (12 issues) 30.00 50.00
10012 USSR GRAIN PRODUCTION (12 issues) 15.00 20.00
10013 USSR GRAIN SITUATION & OUTLOOK (12 issues) 15.00 20.00
10014 ALL 54 REPORTS LISTED ABOVE 100.00 165.00

10015 HORTICULTURAL PRODUCTS (12 issues) 30.00 50.00
10016 OILSEEDS & PRODUCTS (14 issues) 30.00 50.00
10017 SEEDS (12 issues) 40.00 70.00
10018 SUGAR, MOLASSES& HONEY (4 issues) 10.00 15.00
S10019 TEA, SPICES & ESSENTIAL OILS (4 issues) 10.00 15.00
10020 TOBACCO (12 issues) 30.00 50.00
10021 WORLD CROP PRODUCTION (12 issues) 30.00 50.00
10022 COCOA (2 issues) 5.00 7.50



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