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a-X 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 Trade
Services Division, FAS, (202) 447-7103.
October 12, 1979
1830 Rice bran oil (Canada). Wants'to :bty-rice bran oil, regular shipments, barrels of
50 gallons. Contact: Wayne Coulson, 348 Palmerson Blvd., Toronto, Ontario M6G 2N5.
Phone: (416) 925-7922.
1831 Apricot Kernels (Denmark). Interested in apricot kernels, approx. 100 tons annually,
natural (not steamed), packaged in bags. Deliveries split over the year. Quote
FAS U.S. West Coast. Bank ref: Copenhagen Handelsbank, 1620 Copenhagen V. Contact:
Viggo Rehlund, Helgolandsgade 2, 1653 Copenhagen V., Denmark. Telex: 15831.
Phone: 1-24 36 05.
1832- Broilers, canned chicken, beef liver (Egypt). Wants frozen broiler chicken, 1,000 mt,
1833 polybags then cartons; canned luncheon chicken meat, 3,000 cartons, 24 x 340 grams;
and beef liver, 300 mt, polybags then cartons. Prices for both qualities USA Grade A
and USDA Grade A. Payment under Letter of Credit. Shipment November/December 1979.
Quote C&F Alexandria/Port Said. Bank ref: Suez Bank, Sabry Abou Alam Street, Cairo.
Contact: Saad Osman, Sadco Sofic UN, 37, Talaat Harb Street, Cairo, Egypt. Telex:
93150 Sofic UN. Phone: 745007-745398.
1835 Grocery line (United Arab Emirates). Interested in buying undisclosed quantities of
beef, frozen; beef tongues, livers, etc frozen; veal, frozen; goat, lamb mutton,
frozen; ice cream and frozen desserts; frozen fruits and vegetables; frozen special-
ities; dairy products; and young chickens. Contact: Mohammed Kasim Habib, People's
Store, P.O. Box 3695 Abu Dhabi UAE.
1836- Fish, meat and feather meals (Lebanon). Leading Lebanese Feed Manufacturer/Exporter is
1837 interested in contacting U.S. exporters of fishmeal, meat and bone meal, and
feathermeal. Requests CIF Beirut prices and specifications. Indicates annual
consumption levels as follows: fishmeal 2,000-3,000 metric tons; meat and bone meal
5,000-6,000 mt; and feathermeal 1,000 mt. Contact: Shehadeh Maalouf, Manager,
Middle East Feed Company S. A. L., P.O. Box 644, Beirut, Lebanon. Cable: ASLAC,
Beirut. Telex: LE 20877. Phone: 221416/7.
1838- Pork products, turkeys (Argentina). Wants CIF Montevideo and FOB Eastern port offers
1842 for following: 15 tons each of pork loin, bone-in, fillet on and pork loin, boneless;
1 ton each of hams, bone-in, rind on, short cut and shoulders, bone-in, rind on; 5 tons
each Boston butts, boneless, and pork tenderloin; 10 tons lard, non-rendered; 3 tons
each pork legs, boneless, rindless, fatless, and backfat, rindless. Above products
packed in cartons, 10-20 kgs each containerized. Also wants 14 tons lard, rendered,
packed in 200 kg. drums. All first quality, delivery first week of Dec. 1979. Also
interested in whole turkeys wrapped, frozen, 7 tons of 5-7 kg. each and 3 tons of 7-10
kg. each, first quality, packed in cartons, 10-20 kg each containerized, for delivery
Nov. 2, 1979. All products USDA sanitary certification, labels in Spanish with metric
system. Company ref: Sampo Inc., 221 North LaSalle St., Chicago, Illinois 60601.
Issued weekly by the Export Trade Services Division. Foreign Agricultural Service. U.S. Department of
Agriculture. Room 4945 South Building, Washington. D.C. 20250
Contact: Jorge Arrieta, Cidera S.A., Treinta Y Tres 1420, ESC. 20, Montevideo,
Uruguay, Argentina. Telex: CABINA PUBLICA 901. Phone: 91 33 67 91 22 72.
1843 Foodstuffs (Germany). Sales representation/distributorship for Badenwuerttemberg for
canned meats; canned specialties; canned fruits and vegetables, marmelade; dehydrated
fruits and vegetables, nuts; and pickles, sauces, and salad dressings. Company is
active in the distribution of foodstuffs and spirits to supermarkets, delicatessens
and liquor stores. Wants suppliers to quote prices CIF German port. Contact: Karl
Hohl, Generalvertretungen, Langwasen 28, Postfach 28, D-7455 Jungingen, Germany.
Telex: 767 469. Phone: 0011-49-7477-734.
1844- Canned vegetables (Germany). Wishes to buy canned sweet corn, whole kernel and cream
1845 style; canned wax beans; and canned artichokes.Products sought for rounding out firm's
own program. Estimated aggregate sales potential: $130,000. Firm is manufacturer
of canned fruits and vegetables, established 1932. Contact: Dieter C. Ernst, Bob
Konservenfabrik Berthold Otterstaedt GMBH & Co., Postfach 10 71 24; Hardenbergstrasse
130, D-2800 Bremen 1, Germany. Telex: 0244256. Phone: 0421/551001.
1846 Rice (Syria). Tender with closing date of October 22 for 15,000 mt of milled rice,
max 5% broken, new jate bags, 50 kg net, shipment November 1979. Requires 2 % bid
bond confirmed through Commercial Bank of Syria Branch No. 3 to be replaced by 5 %
performance bond. Quote C&F Freeout Lattakia or Tartous less 2% Geza Commission.
Contact: General Organization for Chemicals and Foodstuffs, Joumhouria Street,
Damascus, Syria and/or P.O. Box 893, Damascus, Syria. Telex: 11370-11009.
1847- Sausage meats, bacon, pork products (Argentina). Wants to buy 5 tons each of salami -
1848 chilled (milano type), bacon, boneless, rindless, fatless, smoked; and 20 tons each
of pork trimmings; cooked ham, cry-o-vac packed, chilled whole,first quality. Cartons
10-20 kg sm containerized. Delivery first week of December 1979. USDA sanitary
certification. Labels can be in Spanish, with metric system. Quote FOB Eastern ports.
CIF Montevideo. Bank ref: Sampo, Inc., 221 North LaSalle Street. Contact: Jorge
Arrieta., Cidera SA, Treinta Y Tres 1420, ESC. 20, Montevideo, Uruguay. Telex:
Cabina Publica Opqa. Phone: 91 33 67 91 22 72.
1849 Turkeys (Canada). Wants 80,000 Ibs Grade A turkeys. Packed in cry-o-vac or canner
packs. Delivery soonest. Importer in possession of registered import permit.
Contact: Murry Shulman, Lester Foods, Lester Foods, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Telex:
055 604 401 (Answerback Lesters Vol). Phone: (514) 382-2910.
1850 Strawberries (France). Wants 10-20 mt per week to fresh strawberries, weekly deliver-
ies Nov. March. Quotations FOB vessel. Contact: Wayne W. Sharp, Counselor for
Agricultural Affairs, American Embassy, 2 Avenue Gabriel 75382 Paris Cedex 08, France.
Telex: 650 221 F. Phone: 296. 12.02 extension 2810.
1851 Rice husks (England). Wants approx. 1 full container load per month rice husks
preferably calcined. Quality depends on sample. Packed in paper sacks or pallets.
Delivery soonest. Quotations CIF Birkenhead or Immingham. Bank ref: National
Westminster Bank Ltd., Sandiron House, Beauchief, Sheffield S7 2RA, England. Telex:
54496. Phone 0742 369011.
1852- Yellow corn, soybean meal, corn oil (England). Wants 15,000 tons No. 2 yellow corn
1854 in bulk. Quote FOB or C&F Bandar Abbas; 10,000 tons soybean meal, solvent extraction
44% min. protein, packed in cartons. Quotes FOB or C&F Bandar Abbas; and container
loads of corn oil, in plastic bottles, packed in cartons, quote C&F South Iranian
1855 Canaryseed (England). Wants canaryseed, full containerloads of approx. 18 tons each.
Purity: 99' min; dehulled seed max. 40 packed,in 50 kg or 100 lb hessian or jute
bags. Any other bird seeds including Colorado, Dakota millets, sunflowerseed and
safflowerseed. Quote CIF UK and Continental ports. Bank ref: Australia and New
Zealand Banking Group, 71 Cornhill, London EC3. Contact: C. H. Perry, Overseas
Farmers Cooperator Federation Ltd., Durrant House, 8/13 Chiswell Street, London EC1Y
4UN, England. Telex: 884062. Phone: 01-628 4422.
1856 Freeze dried cooked ham and rice (England). Wants approx. 100 tons annually, depend-
ent on samples, f accelerated freeze dried and granular cooked ham. Granules, as
small as possible for flavoring a spread, packed in gas filled drums or smaller air-
free containers; and several hundred tons, dependant on samples, of accelerated
freeze dried rice, shipment in air-free condition. Quotations C&F UK port from March
1980. Bank ref: Barclays Bank Ltd. Contact: C. C. Reeves, Atalanta (UK) Lt.,
Imperial House, Dominion Street, London EC2B 2GE, England. Telex: 884947. Phone:
1857- Registered bulls (Greece). Tenders with closing date of November 15, 1979 for 50 high
1859 quality registered bulls: 20 Holstein-Friesian, 10 Simmental and 20 charolais, pure-
bred and typical of breed, 14-18 months of age at time of selection by Greek committee
of two (at suppliers expense) at place of origin, from progeny tested sires, certified
pedigree as to geneology. Bulls must originate from sires with more than 40 daughters
in more then 5 herds. Price CIF plus commission, set by supplier. Insurance to cover
60 days after arrival. Shipping dates fixed by supplier. For more details contact
Ben Thompson, FAS/W, (202) 447-6514. Contact: Sealed offers can be tendered directly
to Greece office of Procurement Directorate, 22 Menandron Street, Room #714, Athens,
1860 Popcorn (Japan). Wishes to contact U.S. suppliers of popcorn. Quality and quantity
unspecified. Contact: Yoshitomo Yoshioka, Managing Director, Makuri Company, Ltd.,
23-23 Naka-Ikegumi, 2-Chome, Ohta-ku, Tokyo, Japan. Phone: (03) 754-3159.
1861- Fruit cocktail, popcorn, marmalade and jams, dry yeast (Israel). Wants following
1864 products: fruit cocktail, 850 gms. (3 kg.), #10 tins; marmalade and jams, 50 gms,
mix flavors, 10 tons; popcorn, 25 lb. white sacks, very good quality, container load
shipments, 12 containers per year; and dry yeast, 25-30 kg. packed in bags. Contact:
Dr. M. Kfir, T. B. G. Import, Export & Distribution, 12 Bnaei Dan Street, Tel Aviv,
Israel. Phone: 456804. Telex: 341118 Ext. 6271.
Foreign Trade Developments.
The Southern United States Trade Association (SUSTA) in cooperation with USDA/FAS, is
sponsoring its 5th International Food & Agricultural Trade Show, February 5-7, 1980,
at the Rivergate Exhibit Center in New Orleans, Louisiana. Space is now available at
$500 per booth on a first-come, first-serve basis. This is the largest food exhibit
in the U.S. which is geared strictly for the export market. Don't delay! Register
early to display your product line to foreign buyers from over 30 countries, For
further details and a participation agreement, please contact: Herbert Stone,
Executive Director, SUSTA, 338 International Trade Mart, New Orleans, La. 70130.
Phone: (504) 568-5986. If you are located in the SUSTA area, you may contact the
Marketing Division of your State Department of Agriculture.
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
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Single copies of the following are available by writing the Information Services
Staff, FAS, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 20250, or phone (202)
U.S. Livestock Meat and Meat Product Trade Up in July 1979, FLM MT 19-79, September
World Oilseeds Situation and Outlook, FOP 17-79, September 1979;
World Bovine Hide Production and Trade Continues to Fall in 1979, FLM-5-79, October
U.S. 1978/79 Cotton Exports by Customs Districts, FC 13-79, September 1979;
U.S. Customs Service Data on Meat Imports--June 1979, FLM MT 14-79 Amended 3/,
World Exports and Imports of Oilseeds, Oils, and Meals, 1975-77, FOP 16-79,
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