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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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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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\4 : 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. HU1 L. Y




S .- lne^ ., 1984


ALFALFA AND OATS (VENEZUELA). Wants from medium to the best quality available.
Packaging: alfalfa/bales and oats/sacks. Quote: CIF Maiquetia. Bank ref: Banco
Consolidado and Provincial, Caracas. Other req: meal is for thoroughbred horses,
amount depends on prices. When sending telex, please write Att: Brito and then
Perez' name. Quality depends on price ranges. CONTACT: Ibrahim Perez, Inversiones
Mamilu, Apdo. 68607, Altamira 1060-A, Caracas, Venezuela. Telex: 24920 ECLAL.
Phone: 34-13-95, 239-4080. (WK 22/TOFAS 0048)
BEEF, VEAL, CORNED BEEF, AND LUNCHEON MEAT (ITALY). Wants 24 1-lb tins of corned
beef, other quantities to be determined. Quality: (a) beef forequarters, rounds
beef, beef hinds (pistol-out), beef loins, beef fillets defatted, ox liver, ox tripe
clean, ox tails clean, ox tongues clean; (b) veal hinds and veal sides. Packaging:
(a) beef fillets defatted, ox liver clean, ox tails clean, and ox tongues clean in
cartons; corned beef in 1-1b tins and luncheon meat 4-1b tins. Delivery ASAP.
Quote: C&F and CIF Genova. Bank ref: Banco di Roma, Genova. CONTACT: Bruno
Pennacchioni, Via Capo Santa Chiara, 7/A 16146 Genova. Telex: 270060 Att. B.
Pennacchioni (temporary). Phone: (010) 3990-319. (WK 22/TOFAS 0014)

CANNED AND/OR FROZEN MIXED VEGETABLES JAPANN). Wants twelve 20-foot containers of
canned and/or frozen mixed vegetables per year. Best quality; Weight percentage of
mixed products: potatoes (50), onions (40) and carrots (10). Canned vegetables must
be cooked either only in water or in water with 5% meat juices added. Frozen
vegetables must be diced and kept frozen at a temperature of below minus 17.8 degrees
centigrade. USDA Phytosanitary certificate must be attached to the frozen vegetable
shipment. Institutional packaging. Immediate delivery by surface shipment. Quote:
C&F. Bank ref: Sanwa Bank Main Office, Osaka, Japan. CONTACT: Mr. Yoshio Ichinose,
Chugai Trading Co., Ltd., c/o Ehime Bldg., 5, Kawara-machi 2-chome, Higashi-ku,
Osaka, Japan. Telex: J. 63834 CBCOY. Cable: "CBCOY." Phone: (06)206-5164. (WK
22/TOFAS 0031)

DRY BEANS "CORNILLES RED"; WHITE PARBOILED RICE LONG GRAIN (FRANCE). Quantity:
per containers of 24 tons. Packaging in bags of 100 Ibs. or 50 kgs. Delivery ASAP.
Quote: CIF Paris. Bank ref: Banco Pinto and Sotto Mayor, 14 Avenue Franklin
Roosevelt, 750U8 Paris. CONTACT: Mr. Manuel, Alimentar, Sarl, 94, Rue
Sacco-Vanzetti, 94800 Villejuif, France. Telex: 205549 F. Phone: (1) 678.55-05.
(WK 22/TOFAS 0206)


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








FRESH MAINE LOBSTER (THAILAND). Hilton International Bangkok interested in
purchasing live Maine lobsters (at least 1/2 kg. each). Exact quantities to be
negotiated with prompt delivery by air. Quote: CIF. Bank ref: Siam Commercial
Bank Ltd., 1060 New Petchburi Road, Bangkok 10500, Thailand. CONTACT: Mr.
Jean-Pierre H. Mainardi, Executive Assistant Manager-Food & Beverage, Hilton
International Bangkok, 2 Wireless Road, Bangkok 10500, Thailand. Phone: 251-7111.
Telex: 72206 HILBKK. (WK/TOFAS 0015)

FRUIT JUICE--CANNED, FRUIT SQUASHES, SUGAR, AND HONEY (ITALY). Wants (a)
unsweetened orange juice (b) unsweetened grapefruit juice (c) unsweetened pineapple
juice (d) tomato juice (e) orange squash (f) lemon squash (g) mixed fruit squash (h)
sugar, loaf sugar, and sugar candy (i) honey. Quantity & Packaging: (a), (b), and
(c) 12 46-oz tins and 24 2-1b tins; (d) 48 8-oz; (e), (f), and (g) 12 3/4-1b; (h) to
be determined; and (i) 12 16-oz jars. Delivery ASAP. Quote: C&F and CIF Genova.
Bank ref: Banco di Roma, Genova. CONTACT: Bruno Pennacchioni, Via Capo Santa
Chiara 7/A 16146 Genova. Telex: 270060 Att. B. Pennacchioni (temporary). Phone:
(010) 3990-319. (WK 22/TOFAS 0018)
FRUITS AND PRESERVES CANNED (ITALY). Wants (a) halves unpeeled apricots in light
syrup (b) choice fruit cocktail in heavy syrup (c) halves yellow cling peaches in
light syrup (d) halves Bartlett pears in light syrup (e) red stemless Maraschino
cherries (f) red with stems Naraschino cherries (g) canned pineapples (h) preserves:
apricots, cherry, orange marmalade, peach, plum, red raspberry, and strawberry.
Quantity & Packaging: (a) 24 2-1/2 lb tins (b) 24 2-1/2-lb tins & 6 10-lb tins (c)
24 2-1/2-lb tins & 6 10-lb tins, (d) 24 2-1/2-lb tins & 6 10-lb tins (e) 6 10-lb tins
(f) 6 10-lb tins (g) 24 2--b tins; 10 slices; 24 30-oz tins, 8 slices; & 6 10-lb
tins, 52 slices (h) 12 2-1b glass & 6 10-lb tins. Delivery ASAP. Quote: C&F & CIF
Genova. Bank ref: Banco di Roma, Genova. CONTACT: Bruno Pennacchioni, Via Capo
Santa Chiara 7/A 16146 Genova, Italy. Telex: 270060 Att. B. Pennacchioni (temp).
Phone: (010) 3990-319. (WK 22/TOFAS 0017)
GENERAL HEALTH FOODS (JAPAN). Especially, prunes and other dried fruits topped
with carob chocolates, sweetened with an artificial sweetener. Specific quantities
not determined, however, expected to be substantial. Best quality. Retail and/or
institutional packaging. Immediate delivery by surface shipment. Quote: C&F. Bank
ref: Dai-ichi Kangyo Bank Senju Branch, Tokyo. CONTACT: Mr. Yoshio Minamiya,
President, Arrow Japan Inc., 18-16, Nihonbashi Koami-cho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan.
Telex: 2524585 ARROW J. Cable: "ARROWJAPAN TOKYO." Phone: (03) 669-3381. (WK
22/TOFAS 0033)

POPCORN (THAILAND). Wants high quality branded raw popcorn in 780 bag/lots to
1,600 bag/lots per month. Quote: CIF Bangkok overseas freight delivery desired.
Bank ref: Bangkok Bank Ltd., Suapa Road, Bangkok 10100, Thailand. CONTACT: Yongyut
Kongsawat, Century Food Ltd. Part., 166/7 Bangkok Noi Talingchan Road, Bangkok 10700,
Thailand. Phone: 424-0027. (WK 22/TOFAS 0016)








PORK, BACON, HAM, MUTTON, LAMB, CHICKEN, and DUCK (ITALY). Wants undetermined
amount of (a) pork (b) smoked bacon (c) cooked ham shoulder (d) mutton (e) lamb (f)
chicken (g) duck. Quality: (a) pork legs, pork sides, pork loins, pork liver (b)
streaky smoked bacon (c) cooked ham shoulder, thick-rinded (d) muttons--whole and
without skin (e) lambs--whole, without skin, 10-12 kg each (f) chicken and
hens--eviscerated, clean, without head, and sized (g) ducks--eviscerated, clean,
without head, and sized. Packaging: (b) cellophane wrapped, in 25 kg carton (c) in
5-6 kg tins. Delivery ASAP. Quote: C&F and CIF Genova. Bank ref: Banco di Roma
Genova. CONTACT: Bruno Pennacchioni, Via Capo Santa Chiara 7/A 16146 Genova,
Italy. Telex: 270060 Att. B. Pennacchioni (temporary). Phone: (010) 3990-319.
(WK 22/TOFAS 0015)
POTATO CHIPS, CHEESE, BUTTER, TEA, WHEAT FLOUR, MILK, MAYONNAISE (ITALY). Wants
undetermined amounts of (a) potato chips (b) hard cheese (c) fresh butter (d) tea (e)
white flour American type (f) 48 13-oz tins of condensed milk and 48 14-1/2 oz tins
evaporated milk and (g) 12 32-oz jars of fancy mayonnaise. Packaging: (c) 250 gr
pkts (d) in cartons. Delivery ASAP. Quote: C&F and CIF Genova. Bank ref: Banco di
Roma Genova. CONTACT: Bruno Pennacchioni, Via capo Santa Chiara 7/A 16146 Genova,
Italy. Telex: 270060. Att. B. Pennacchioni (temporary). Phone: (010) 3990-319.
(WK/TOFAS 0016)

REFINED SOYBEAN OIL, CRUDE DEGUMMED SOYBEAN OIL, SOYBEAN MEAL (PAKISTAN). (a)
refined oil: quantity 10,000 MT, quality FAO standard spec. of RSBO, packed in
new leak-proof drums, (b) crude oil quantity 10,000 MT, quality unsaponifiable
matter 1.5 max. FFA as oleic 0.75 max., flash pt. 250 MM, negative contamination with
fish, marine, mineral oils, (c) meal quantity 5,000 NT, quality protein 48/49%,
fiber 3.5%, moisture 13%. Shipment: July 1984. Quote: C&F Dhaka. Bank ref:
Habib Bank, Karachi. CONTACT: Sham S. Elavia, Hassan Ali & Co. Ltd., P.O. Box
4193, Cotton Exchange Bldg., Karachi, Pakistan. Telex: 24359 HASAN PK. Phone:
22713/17. (WK 22/TOFAS 0124)

REX-RABBIT PELTS (SKINS) (KOREA). Wants 50,000 200,000 pelts per quarter of
grade "A" rabbit pelts. International export packing. Delivery: July 1984. Quote:
CIF Inchon or Pusan. Bank ref: Korea Exchange Bank, Sejongro Branch, Seoul, Korea.
CONTACT: Chunil Trading Co., Ltd., 147 (Rm 201). 2nd fl., Myo-dong, Chongro-ku,
Seoul, Korea. CPO Box 8826, Seoul, Korea. Phone: 742-0843, 742-3749. Telex: MOChND
K23231-2 ext-3522. (WK 22/TOFAS 8428)

ROSE HIPS (JAPAN). Specific quantities are not determined, however, expected to be
substantial. Best quality. Institutional packaging. Immediate delivery by surface
shipment. Quote: C&F. Bank ref: Sumitomo Bank Nishi Ogikubo Branch, Tokyo.
CONTACT: Mr. Toshio Tamaoki, President, Cornel Japan Co., Ltd., c/o Yoshino Bldg.,
3-21-13, Nishiogi Kita, Suginami-ku, Tokyo, Japan. Telex: 2322541 CORNEL J.
Cable: "CORNEL JAPAN." Phone: (03) 394-6031. (WK 22/TOFAS 0032)
SEEDS (ITALY). Wants 20-foot containers of flaxseed and oat seed. Quote: CIF
Genoa or Venice port. Delivery ASAP. Bank ref: Banca Popolare di Valdagno or Banca
Cattolica del Veneto di Valdagno. CONTACT: Augusto Miste, Miste Augusto, Via
Pindemonte, 3 36100 Vicenza, Italy. Telex: 480670 VLP. Phone: (044) 45409. (WK
22/TOFAS 0021)









SOYBEAN MEAL (GREECE). Quantity: 10,000 MT first shipment, followed by 40,000 and
60,000 KT shipments. Quality: to be determined. Packaging: quote both bagged and
bulk. Delivery: next 2 months. Quote: FOB U.S. Gulf or east coast port. Bank
ref: Ionian and Popular Bank, Ambelokipi, Athens. CONTACT: Adreas Papageorgiou,
Asp-Demco S.A., 30 Kifissias Ave., 115 26 Athens, Greece. Telex: 214742 DEMC GR.
Phone: (01) 7798686, (01) 7786381. (WK 22/TOFAS 86)
STRAWBERRY PLANTS (ITALY). Wants 525,000 Douglas plants. Packaged in cartons.
Quote: CIF Rome. Delivery: mid-July. Other req: Italian phytosanitary
requirements must be met. Bank ref: Banca Commerciale di Battipaglia. CONTACT:
Alberigo Lenza, Flowers Export, Via Fratelli Rosselli, 41 84090 Macchia di
Montecorvino Rovella (Salerno), Italy. Telex: 721152 FIORSA. Phone: (089)
981-078. (WK 22/TOFAS 0020)

TOMATOES (CANADA). Wants canned, whole peeled, plum-type tomatoes in 100 case
lots. Packaging: 6 100-ounce cans per case. CONTACT: Philip A. Difilippo, Roma
Bakery, 29 Ruth Street, Hamilton, Ontario L8L 6R2, Canada. Phone: (416) 662-3900.
(WK 22/TOFAS 0084)
VEGETABLES--CANNED, SOYBEAN AND OLIVE OIL (ITALY). Wants (a) all green medium
asparagus spears (b) artichokes (c) diced beets (d) diced carrots (e) cucumbers (f)
french beans (g) aubergines (h) medium peas (i) whole leaf spinach (j) mushrooms (k)
seed oil soybean (1) olive oil. Quantity & Packaging: (a) 24 300-gr tins and 12
850-gr tins; (b), (c), (d), (f), (g), (h), (i), and (j) 24 1-kg tins; (e) 6 5-kg
tins; (k) 6 1-gal tins and number to be determined 20-kg tins; and (1) number to be
determined 5-or 10-kg tins. Delivery ASAP. Quote: C&F and CIF Genova. Bank ref:
Banco di Roma, Genova. CONTACT: Bruno Pennacchioni, Via Capo Santa Chiara 7/A 16146
Genova, Italy. Telex: 270060. Att. B. Pennacchioni (temporary). Phone: (010)
3990-319. (WK 22/TOFAS 0019)

WHEAT (LEBANON). Wants offers for 85,000 MT of U.S. Grade No. 2 hard red winter
(or similar wheat) and 25,000 MT of soft milling wheat. Quantities 5% more or less
sellers option. Quality: hard winter latest crop, free from live insects & ova,
protein min. 12%, moisture 13% max., foreign matter & other grains 3% max., specific
weight min. 78 kg per hl, sedimentation according to Zeleny's method min. 33, falling
no. 300-400; soft wheat latest crop, free from live insects & ova, protein 11%
min., moisture 14% max., foreign matter & other grains max. 3%, specific wgt min. 76
kg per hectoliter, sedimentation min. 25, falling no. 200-300. Deadline: Friday, June
22, at 11:00 A.M. (Beirut time). Delivery: soft wheat 1 shipment between July 15 &
Aug. 15, 1984; hard wheat 3 shipments of not less than 20,000 MT each. 1st
shipment August 1-20, 1984, 2nd shipment September 1-20, 1984, & 3rd shipment October
1984. Ship in bulk by bulk carrier; grainfitted gearless vessels acceptable. Quote:
U.S. $ or Lebanese pounds per MT in bulk, CIF Beirut, Lebanon. Insurance against FPA
plus war & SRCC risks. Other req: acceptable draft in Beirut: 12.5 meters;
discharging rate: 5,000 MT per WWDSHEK even if used; bid bond: $1 per MT of offered
quantity; performance bond 5% of contract value. Bidder specifies origin, crop year &
type of wheat. Bidder to supply address of Lebanese rep. or own residency address in
Beirut for communication. Demurrage on vessels not to exceed U.S. $6,000 per day.
CONTACT: Mounir Berbari, Ministry of Economy & Trade, Beirut, Lebanon. Cable: COMOC
-BEIRUT. Phone: 345-255 amd 349-734. (WK 22/BEIRUT 4852)









WHEAT SOFT WHITE (PAKISTAN). Wants 10,000 MT. Quality: U.S. Grade No. 2 or
better, min. protein 9.5%, max. moisture 13.5%, FM 1.0%, damaged kernels 4.0%,
shrunken or broken 5.0%, dockage max. 0.5%. Shipment period: June/July 1984.
Quote: C&F Dhaka. Bank ref: Habib Bank, Karachi. CONTACT: Sham S. Elavia, Hassan
Ali & Co. Ltd., P.O. Box 4193, Cotton Exchange Bldg., Karachi, Pakistan. Telex:
24359 HASAN PK. Phone: 227713/17. (WK 22/TOFAS 0126)

WHITE BEANS, BALLO, CHICK PEAS, BLACK BEANS, LENTILS, DRY PEAS (VENEZUELA).
Quantity: 2-20 containers of each. Quality: export grade. Quote: CIF LA Guaira.
Bank ref: Banco Maracaibo, Valencia. CONTACT: Danny Hawkins,
Importaciones-Exportaciones, Av Libertador Edif. Libergrin, Apto. 7-C, Sabana Grande,
Caracas, Venezuela. Telex: 26131 CRISM VC. Phone: (02) 71-15-77. (WK 22/TOFAS 47)





MARKET DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES

National Agricultural Marketing Official's 65th Annual Meeting

The Executive Board of the National Agricultural Marketing Officials (NAMO) is
pleased to announce that the organization's 65th Annual Meeting will be held in
Seattle, Washington, July 15 through the 19th, 1984.

Attending, together with agricultural marketing officials from most all of the State
Departments of Agriculture, will be featured speakers from the United States
Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C., and from private sector firms and
organizations who have vital interests in agriculture.

NAMO President, John J. Fitzgerald of Massachusetts, extends a cordial invitation to
everyone interested in agriculture to attend this informative annual meeting.
Complete program information, including daily agendas and hotel accommodations, may
be obtained from the Washington State Department of Agriculture:

406 General Administration Building
Olympia, Washington (USA) 98504
Telephone: (206) 753-5046
Telex: 152737 WA DEPT AG OLY








Mini-Shows In Jidda and Dhahran

Jerry Khul, the ATO in Jidda, held the first in a series of mini-shows in
Jidda and Dhahran earlier this year, and has offered the following suggestions
on how to improve future events.

Attendance was fairly good with nearly fifty importers coming to look at the
displays, but interest was concentrated on a few classes of foodstuffs: fruit
juices, concentrates and powders, snack foods, dietetic and "natural" foods,
emergency rations, and gift packs of dried fruits and nuts. There was a bit
of interest in milled rice, some canned meats, honey, a line of general
grocery items and a marinade/tenderizer. There was no interest in nuts,
prunes, lines of exotic marmalades and seasonings and liquid smoke.

The packaging of the samples sent was in some cases inadequate. Several
packages contained samples that had been damaged by leaking bottles or jars of
honey, hot sauce or barbeque sauces.

In many cases, also, the supply of brochures was inadequate. Some
participants sent only one brochure (ATO xeroxed copies but they were not as
attractive in black and white) and a couple sent samples with no
identification other than the label on the sample.
We urge future participants to pack better and to send at least six sets of
brochures.







FOREIGN AGRICULTURE CIRCULARS


USDA's Foreign Agricultural Service issues regular reports on the supply and demand situation for commodities around
the world.

HOW TO ORDER: Check the title of each circular you wish to order. Remit a check for the total amount payable to
the Foreign Agricultural Service. Only checks on U.S. banks, cashier's checks, or international money orders will be
accepted in payment. NO REFUNDS CAN BE MADE. Mail this form to: Foreign Agricultural Service
Information Division
Room 4644-South Building
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Washington, D.C. 20250


PLEASE ENTER THE NUMBER OF SUBSCRIPTIONS DESIRED BELOW: SUBSCRIPTION RATE
Domestic Foreign
Mailing Mailing

10022 COCOA (2 imes) $ 3.00 $ 4.00
10003 COFFEE (3 issues) 5.00 10.00
10004 COTTON (12 i.ues) 20.00 30.00

DAIRY, LIVESTOCK & POULTRY:
10005 EXPORT TRADE & PROSPECTS (6 issues) 14.00 22.00
10006 MEAT & DAIRY MONTHLY IMPORTS (12 issue) 20.00 25.00
10007 DAIRY SITUATION (2 isues) 3.00 4.00
10008 LIVESTOCK & POULTRY SITUATION (2 issues) 4.00 7.00
10009 ALL 24 REPORTS LISTED ABOVE 41.00 58.00

GRAINS:
10010 WORLD GRAIN SITUATION & OUTLOOK (18 iues) 31.00 45.00
10011 EXPORT MARKETS FOR US. 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

S10015 HORTICULTURAL PRODUCTS (12 isues) 20.00 30.00
10016 OILSEEDS & PRODUCTS (14 isues) 30.00 45.00
10017 SEEDS (4 ismus) 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 isus) 18.00 25.00
10023 WOOD PRODUCTS (4 issues) 7.00 10.00
TOTAL REPORTS ORDERED TOTAL SUBSCRIPTION PRICE

ENCLOSED IS MY CHECK FOR $ MADE PAYABLE TO FOREIGN AGRICULTURAL SERVICE.

NAME (Last, first, middle initial)


ORGANIZATION OR FIRM


STREET OR P.O. BOX NUMBER


CITY STATE ZIP CODE


COUNTRY



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