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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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t EXPORT BRIEFS
The following trade ihems llae been gathered r)om Agricullural Atlache and other goserFin rnt reprlts a' a
service to U.S exporters of food and agricultural products In supplying the trade leads the Deparnment of
Agriculture does not guarantee reliabilil of the omr'ecas inquirer. Your besl source for further information
on these trade leads is the listed foreign firm originating the inquiry You ma. also contact Ihe Eport
Promotion Division. FAS. (202 447.710.


September 5, 1983


Dried eggs (England). Wants dried eggs in powder form. Min: 20 ft container
load (FCL). Quality: samples required. packaging in 1 kg cartons with name
and address of distributor, ingredients, sell-by date, etc. Quote CIF,
London. CONTACT: Sam Sweiry, S.M. Sweiry & Co., Ltd, 2 Ashcombe Gardens,
Edgware, Middlesex HA8 8HR, England. Phone: 01 958 3018 01 952 1343. (WK
34/TOFAS 0173)

Grains, pulses, lentils (France). Wants 10,000 20,000 tons grains: wheat,
corn, rice and 2,000 tons per month pulses: beans, peas, lentils. Current
crop of the year. Packaging in bulk for grains, in jute bags for pulses.
Delivery all year round. Quotations CIF, C&F, FOB Le Havre. Bank ref:
Banque Nationale De Paris, 7, Boulevard Barbes, 75018 Paris. CONTACT: S.
Bitton, Gen. Manager, J.B.S. International, 15, Rue Tronchet, 75008 Paris,
France. TELEX: 214 258. Phone: (1) 268-0069. (WK 34/TOFAS 0350)

Rice (Nigeria). Wants 10,000 mt parboiled, long grain rice, 4% broken.
Packed in 50 kg. bags. Quotations C&F or CIF Lagos or FOB Gulf Ports.
September 1983 delivery. CONTACT: Razak Dosunmu, 3239 Chestnut Street, N.W.,
Washington D.C. 20015. TELEX: 427977 IBUI. (WK 34/LETTER 1)

Rice, corn, concentrates (Nigeria). Wants long grain rice #2, parboiled, 4%
broken, 10,000 mt; corn #2, yellow, 5,000 mt; and concentrates, best quality,
5,000 mt. All packed in 50 kg. poly bags. Delivery September-October 1983
for rice. All documents to be in English language and marked "Presidential
Task Force of Nigeria". Quote C&F, Lagos. Bank ref: Wema Bank, Ltd.,
Ebute-Metta Branch 52/54 Murtala Mohammed Way, Ebute-Metta, Lagos/Nigeria.
CONTACT: A.G. Ajasa, Murrex (Nig.) Company, 31, Oko-Baba Street, Lagos,
Nigeria. TELEX: 26529 MURREX NG. CABLE: MURREXCOM. (WK 34/TOFASD 0118)


Split red lentils tender (Egypt).
supplying 10,000 mt more/less 5% 1
more/less 5% for arrival October 1
Nov. 1983. Committee entitled to
submitted to the below address in
1983. Conditions and specs to be


Requests bids for tender # 16/1983 for
split red lentils latest crop, 5,000 mt
1983, and 5,000 mt more/less 5% for arrival
increase or decrease quantity. Offers to be
sealed envelopes latest Tuesday Sept. 6,
obtained against payment of L.E. 5 per copy


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


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which should be attached with each offer. Ministerial decree No. 1036/1978
and 120/1983 must be completed with. Any offer without samples, Letter of
Guarantee or Commercial Agent will be rejected. Offers must be made through
an Egyptian agent. CONTACT: General Authorization for Supply, Commodities,
Purchasing Committee for Grains & Its Products, 24, Gomhoria Street, Cairo,
Egypt. Cable: ESTRAM Telex: 92062 ESTRAM-UN. (WK 34/TOFAS 0286)
Edible nuts (Hong Kong). Wants nuts, 10,000 Ibs., Grade A, usual export
packing. Delivery ASAP. Quotations CIF Hong Kong. CONTACT: Alice Maier,
Unicorn Restaurant Co., LTD., 351-361, Nathan Road, Rm 414, 4th Floor,
Kowloon, Hong Kong. Telex: 44897 HOFOR HX. Phone: 3-886333. (WK: 34/TOFAS
0184)

Bourbon whiskey (Spain). Interested in importing unspecified quantities of
bourbon whiskey, salad dressings & sauces. Bank ref: Banco Popular.
CONTACT: G. Roldan, Impesa, Avda. De America, 40, Madrid-2, Spain. Phone:
(1) 0853. (WK: 34/TOFAS 0237)

Tender for milk replacer (Syria). Wants 20 mt milk replacer, and flour mixing
units of 250-300 kg. capacity. This is a trial purchase. Considerable
additional quantities will be purchased if initial use of milk replacer is
judged successful. Must contain all nutrients necessary to maintain calves
(up to 3 months old) in good health. Packaging in 25 kg. bags. Offer
deadline Sept. 25, 1983. Bid bond 5% of offer, Performance Bond 10% of
contract price; detail product analysis, and detail handling, storage and use
instructions. Complete list of requirements should be obtained from General
Organization of Cattle. Quotations C&F & FOB. Bank ref: Commercial Bank of
Syria Hama, Syria. CONTACT: Ibrahim Abbass, General Director, General
Organization for Cattle, Hama, Syria. Phone: 23218 or 23297. (WK: 34/TOFAS
0126)
Soy flour (Costa Rica). Wants soy flour, 10,000 quintals, 48/51% protein.
Packed in jute sacks. Quote price and time of delivery, CIF Puerto Limon.
Bank ref: Banco De Costa Rica. CONTACT: Hector Campos Araya, Concentrados
De Soya, Posos De Santa Ana, San Jose, Costa Rica. TELEX: REENFRI 3423.
Phone: 28-64-93, 28-73-31. (WK 34/TOFAS 0128)

Forest products (Trinidad). Contractor in Trinidad interested in contacting
U.S. suppliers of APA-Stamped Sturd-l-floor for use in 92-unit housing
development. Export potential to 5,000 sheets. CONTACT: Brent De Freitas,
Asst. Purchasing Manager, Emile Elias & Co., Ltd., General Contractors, 39
Long Circular Road, Port of Spain, Trinidad W.I. TELEX: 238 ALTHOM. Phone:
(809) 6227402. (WK 34/STATE 2446)

Bakery supplies (Bahrain). Wants baker's supplies. Desire quotes C&F/CIF for
product ingredients including but not limited to dried eggs, yeast, mixed
nuts, dried fruits, etc. One 20 foot container on regular basis. Firm
preparing for its first bakery facility. Delivery ASAP. Proper labeling
dates of production and expirary dates required. Bank ref: Bank of Bahrain &
Kuwait, British Bank of the Middle East. CONTACT: Hameed Al/Nooh, A.A. Essa
Al Nooh, P.O. Box 320, Manama, Bahrain. TELEX: 8330 ALNOON BN. CABLE:
ALNOOH. Phone: 253994/252427. (WK 34/TOFAS 0143)








Soybean meal (Thailand). Interested in purchasing 2,000-3,000 metric tons of
soybean meal. Desires CIF Bangkok quotations for prompt or ASAP shipment.
Containerized shipment desired if feasible. Bank ref: Asia Trust Bank Ltd.
80-82 Anuwong Road, Bangkok 10100, Thailand. Contact: Mr. Anupong
Chiewcharnvalichakij, President, Thairoongkij (2525) Co., Ltd., 105 Moo 2
Prapratone, Nakornpathom, Thailand. Tel.: (034) 243674-75. (WK 34/TOFAS 05)
Feed Supplements (Thailand). Interested in feed supplements for swine and
broiler/layer (poultry) rations. Quantities and qualities subject to
negotiation. Quotations desired are CIF Bangkok. Bank ref: Asia Trust Bank
Ltd., 80-82 Anuwong Road, Bangkok 10100, Thailand. Contact: Mr. Anupong
Chiewcharnvalichakij, President, Thairoongkij (2525) Co., Ltd.: 105 Moo 2,
Prapratone, Nakornpathom, Thailand. Tel: (034) 243674-75. (WK 34/TOFAS 06)

Plywood board (Sweden). Wants unspecified quantities of plywood-walking board
of quality equal to construction board. CONTACT: Allan Carson, Bolas,
Postlada 3273, S-435 Molnlycke, Sweden. Phone: 031/74 01 71. (WK 34/TOFAS
0125)

Apples (England). Wants Eastern State Red Delicious and Mackintosh apples.
Container loads. Packaging: in bushel cartons. Quality: extra, fancy.
Quote: CIF, London. Bank ref: Coutts & Co., Ltds, Strand, London WC2.
CONTACT: A. Ballantine, A.K. Ballantine & Co., Ltd., Guildford Road,
Pirbright, Working, Surrey Gu24 Obx, England. CABLE: FRUITFUL LONDON.
Phone: 048 67 2364. (WK 34/TOFAS 0177)

Honeydew melons (Netherlands). Wants honeydew melons,.approx. 20/50 tons
weekly, U.S. No. 1 or better. Packed in cartons. Quote C&F. Bank ref:
Credit Lyonnais Rotterdam, Nederlandse Crediet Bank. CONTACT: B.M. Van Den
Brink, Jan Van Den Brink, B.V., P.O. Box 6179, Marconistraat 19, Rotterdam,
Netherlands. TELEX: 21477. CABLE: BRIMEXPORT. Phone: (01)10-766122. (WK
34/TOFAS 0040)

Corn oil, soft drinks, grocery items, macaroni & spaghetti (Qatar). Wants
100% pure corn oil, 5 X z2 ft. container every Z months packed in 3 kg pkg X 6
per carton; 1st quality soft drinks 1 X 20 ft. container, assorted sizes; 2 X
20 ft. containers grocery items, dry goods, and 1 X 20 ft. container load
macaroni & spaghetti packed in 500 gm X 24 or 30 packets per carton. Delivery
ASAP. Company requires labels in Arabic and Englsh under their own brand
name. Dates of production and expiry on labels. Quote C&F Doha. Bank ref:
British Bank of the Middle East, Doah. CONTACT: M. Shafiq, Abdullah Al
Khalaf Trading Est., P.O. Box 421, Doha, Qatar. TELEX: 4723 NABILDH.
CABLE: NABIL DH. Phone: 414058/414422. (WK 34/TOFAS 0174)

Canned fruits (United Arab Emirates). Wants canned fruits-fruit cocktail,
cling peaches, pineapple, etc., large number in containers, good quality.
Packed in cartons. Delivery 15 days after confirmed letter of credit. Labels
to be in Arabic & English. Quote C&F Sharjah. Bank ref: National Bank of
Sharjah, P.O. Box 4, Sharjah, UAE. CONTACT: Faisal Hussain Bazara, Al Majara
Trading Company, P.O. Box 464, Sharjah, UAE. TELEX: 68329 MAJARA EM.
CABLE: MAJARA SHARJAH. Phone: 355744. (WK 34/TOFAS 0173)








Canned, frozen vegetables (Bahrain). Wants canned frozen vegetable mixed
vegetables, baby carrots, green peas, cut peas, brocolli, 1 X 20 ft.
container, grade A. Packed one and two pounds. Delivery ASAP. Dates of
production and expiry must be shown on labels. Quotations C&F. Bank ref:
National Bank of Bahrain. CONTACT: A.M. Haridas, Middle East Food Trading
Est., P.O. Box 996, Manama, Bahrain. TELEX: 9406 MEFOOD BN. Phone:
243392/275614. (WK 34/TOFAS 0179)

Integrated Poultry Production Complexes (Turkey). Firm has recently been
awarded a contract by the Turkish Government under the World Bank Loan TU-1862
to design and install twelve separate completely integrated poultry (broiler)
production complexes in twelve different regions of Turkey -- including parent
stock farms, hatcheries, broiler houses, feed mills, processing plants and
refrigeration plants. Total annual production will be around 50 million
broilers at the completion of the program. Wishes to contact potential U.S.
suppliers. CONTACT: Altan Zeki Unver, Secretary General, Development
Foundation of Turkey, Tunali Hilmi Cad. 22, Ankara, Turkey. TELEX: 42027
TKV.TR..CABLE: KALKINMAVAKFI-ANKARA. Phone: 170733. (WK 34/LETTER 3)

Foreign Market Developments

International System of Units for Ireland. In a continuing effort to employ
only the International System of Units (Metric), the government of Ireland has
banned the use of many common units of measure. The following list of units
of measure are prohibited for labels on domestic and imported goods effective
November 1, 1983: Imperial Units. hand, chain, furlong, nautical mile,
square inch, square mile, rood, cubic inch, cubic foot, cubic yard, bushel,
cran, grain, dram, stone, quarter, central, hundredweight, ton, inch of water,
pound force, ton force, foot candle, knot, British Thermal Unit, foot pound
force, horsepower, degree Fahrenheit. CGS Units: dyne, erg, gal. Special
Units: Festmeter, Raumeter, kilogram force, kilopond, torr, technical
atmosphere, metre of water, milimetre of mercury (except in the measurement of
blood pressure), Pferdestarke, paardekracht, cheval vapeur, cavallo vapore,
calorie 15 degree C, thermie, frigorie, calorie IT, thermo-chemical calorie,
stilb, degree kelvin. Other Units: angstrom, barn, quintal, standard
atmosphere, stere.


Import Quotas for Japan. The Government of Japan (GOJ) recently announced
import quotas for four agricultural commodities for the first half of Japan
fiscal year 1983 (April September 1983). Specific amounts of quotas
announced and the allocation system for the commodities involved are as
follows:

Commodity Description Quantity Date of Announcement

Fruit puree & paste 1,500 MT 1/ August 4, 1983
excluding those of
citrus fruits and
pineapples








Non-Citrus fruit
juice concentrates,
excluding apples, grape
and pineapple juices

Tomato Juice

Tomato Ketchup
& Sauce


1,000 MT 2/


1,500 KL 3/

1,500 MT 4/


August 8, 1983


August 8, 1983

August 8, 1983


1/ Represents 50% of total 3,000-ton quota planned to be allocated for JFY
1983. Remaining 50% is scheduled to be allocated during the second half
of JFY 1983 (Oct. 83-March 84).

2/ Entire quota planned for JFY 1983.

3/ Includes 225-KL special quota for Okinawa. Similar 1,500-KL quota (also
including 225 KL for Okinawa) is scheduled to be allocated for second half
of JFY 1983 (Oct 83 March 84) which brings total allocation for JFY 1983
to 3,000 KL.


4/ Includes 550-ton special quota for
including 550 tons for Okinawa) is
second half of JFY 1983 (Oct 83 -
for JFY 1983 to 3,000 tons.


Okinawa.
scheduled
March 84)


Similar 1,500-ton quota (also
to be allocated for the
which brings total allocation


2. Allocation System (Qualification of Applicants):
(1) For fruit puree & paste, tomato juice, tomato ketchup and sauce.

A. Existing quota holders:

Allocation will be made on basis of historical quantities of
importers. If the share held by a company has been less than 15
tons, it will be increased to that level.

B. Newcomers:

Companies who have import record of more than 50.000 dollars
(Total Value) during the subject one-year period (in this case
from May 1, 1982 to April 30, 1983 for goods which fall under
sections one to four of the tariff classification (i.e. live
animals and animal products; vegetable products; animal and
vegetable fats & oils; and prepared foodstuffs) can apply for
allocation of up to 15 tons. However, available total quantity
for this group is limited to 50% of the remainder after
allocations are made for the above-mentioned group A. For
example, in the case of "fruit puree and paste" total quota is
1,500 tons at this time. Thus, 1,500 tons minus






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the quantity allocated for Group A X 1/2 equals the total amount
available for group B. Therefore, if total eligible quantity for
qualified group B importers exceeds the amount available for
Group B, actual allocations will be made by drawing.

C. First come first served" quota:

Importers who received allocations under A or B categories
above can apply for additional allocation of up to 30 tons.
To qualify, importer must have completed importation of quantity
allocated under:

A or B within three months of the date of quota issuance

(2) For non-citrus juice concentrates:

A. Existing quota holders:

Those previously eligible for non-citrus juice quotas can receive
up to 50 tons.

B. Newcomers:

The basic qualification is the same as for newcomers in the fruit
puree, etc. categories. Additionally, however, applicant must be
in receipt of an import order from domestic manufacturer of fruit
juice and/or drinks. Specific amounts of allocations to qualified
applicant will be decided later at import allocation review meeting.


*PLEASE NOTE:

The Agricultural Trade Office in Jidda, Saudi Arabia,
has a new Telex number:

404683 USATO SJ





INVESTMENT MISSION TO TURKEY

USDA and the Overseas Private Investment (OPIC) are co-sponsoring an
investment mission to Turkey October 2-13, 1983. The objective of the mission
is to increase U.S. private investment in Turkey. While the mission focuses
on four industry segments, the agribusiness sector is the largest segment.
More than 200 separate project profiles have been submitted by Turkish firms
who are seeking some type of involvement by U.S. firms, such as joint
ventures, technology assistance, financing, etc., in agribusiness projects.








The mission will be led by USDA's Deputy Secretary, Richard Lyng and OPIC's
President, Craig Nalen. The cost per participating U.S. firms is $5,200 which
includes air and ground transportation, hotels, printed materials and some
other expenses. Contact with Turkish government officials and individual
private firms seeking U.S. investment will be arranged.

Firms interested in exploring possible joint ventures in Turkish agribusiness
projects by participating in the October mission should contact either of the
following:

John D. Jacobs, Foreign Agricultural Service
USDA, Washington
Phone: (202) 382-9171

Richard Post, Overseas Private Investment Corp.
Phone: (202) 653-2917


INTERNATIONAL MARKETING HANDBOOK

The Southern United States Trade Association (SUSTA) is now offering for sale
the second edition of the SUSTA "International Marketing Handbook". The
"International Marketing Handbook", particularly popular within the food and
agricultural product community, furnishes the novice as well as seasoned
exporter with valuable suggestions, contacts, and information concerning the
international sale of food and agricultural products.
Briefly, the 135-page handbook highlights the roles and responsibilities of
the international banker, freight forwarder, steamship agent, and maritime
insurance agent in the international food trade. Each of these role
descriptions, written by well-known experts, describes the procedures involved
in moving food products safely into foreign markets. To facilitate
communications with associations, and federal and state agencies, the handbook
provides names and addresses of institutions that offer assistance or
publications within the food export trade. Many of these publications are
available at no cost. Livestock producers should be particularly interested
in the articles pertaining to the foreign transport and sale of breeding
livestock which is definitely strong in the southern region.

In addition, the American Foreign Trade Definitions, provided in the handbook,
are a necessity for any serious food exporter. The new updated version of the
"INTERNATIONAL MARKETING HANDBOOK" can be obtained from the SUSTA Office:
SUSTA, ITM Bldg., Suite 338, P. 0. Box 228, New Orleans, Louisiana 70130. The
cost including postage is $7.00 payable to SUSTA by check or money order.








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 Agricultural 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. 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
participate.


MAILING LISTS

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 two 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 and 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 importers.

Foreign Agricultural Service
Export Programs Division, Room 4945-S
TORS Mailing Lists
Washington, D.C. 20250
(202) 447-7103







FISCAL 1984 EXPORT PROGRAMS SCHEDULE
FOR USDA/FAS SPONSORED EVENTS


LOCATION DATES ACTIVITIES


COSTA RICA


EL SALVADOR

FINLAND

FRANCE

GUATEMALA


HONDURAS

HONG KONG

ITALY


JAPAN


MEXICO


NETHERLANDS


NIGERIA

OMAN AND KUWAIT

PAKISTAN

PANAMA

PERU

SINGAPORE


PERU


March 1984
August 1984

TO BE ANNOUNCED

August 5-12, 1984

June 18-22, 1984

TO BE ANNOUNCED
TO BE ANNOUNCED

TO BE ANNOUNCED

May 1-2, 1984

March 11-18, 1984
September 14-23, 1984

November 9-10, 1983
November 14-15, 1983
March 12-19, 1984
May 1984
June 1984

June 11-17, 1984
June 11-17, 1984

December 5-12, 1983
Septebmer 1984

May 1984
TO BE ANNOUNCED

September 1984 (Tentative)

January 22-26, 1984

March 4-10, 1984

March 1984

TO BE ANNOUNCED

November 10-13, 1983
April 24-27, 1984

TO BE ANNOUNCED


Bonanza Livestock Exhibit
Campo Ayala Livestock Exhibit

National Livestock Show

XVII World Poultry/Congress

SIAL

National Horse Show
National Livestock Show

Central American Livestock Exhibit (EXPICA)

FAS Solo

Verona Fair
Cremona Dairy Fair

Wine Promotion (OSAKA)
Wine Promotion (TOKYO)
Harumi
Agent Show (Nagoya)
Agent Show (Sapporo)

KOR-HOTEL Exhibit
Red Meat Show

Queretaro Dairy Show
National Livestock Show

Agent Show
Catfish Promotion

FAS Solo

Sales Team

Lahore Horse A Cattle Show

David International Livestock Exhibit

Sales Team

Wine Asia Show
Food Asia '84

Sales Team









LOCATION

SINGAPORE


TAIWAN

TRINIDAD/TOBAGO

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

UNITED KINGDOM

VENEZUELA

WEST GERMANY


DATES

November 10-13, 1983
April 24-27, 1984

May 1984 (Tentative)

September 1984 (Tentative)

January 16-19, 1984

April 8-10, 1984

September 1984 (Tentative)

January 26-February 6, 1984
October 15-20, 1983


If interested in any of the above shows, contact:

Export Programs Division
Foreign Agricultural Service
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Room 4945-South Building
Washington, D.C. 20250

Telephone: (202) 447-3031


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Health Food Show

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