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l- 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.
September 7, 1979
1619 Canned meats, vegetable oils, dairy products (Iran). Wishes to contact U.S.
suppliers of butter and cheese; canned meats, beef and chicken, beef sausages;
cooking and other vegetable oils; and ice cream powder. Contact: M. Farabi
Fard, Managing Director, Gunash Co., Ltd., 15, Second St. Palizi St., Farah
Shomali Ave., Tehran, Iran. Phone: 239756. Telex: 213005 NIRA-IR.
1620 Feed products (Venezuela). Wants 60,000 bags per year of milk substitute for
calves and piglets, grade A, in 50 lb. bags, first shipment in October. Needs
certificate of origin. Quotations CIF Puerto Cabello and CIF Maracaibo. Bank
ref: Banco De Desarollo Agropecuario. Contact: Jose Angel Mata, Federacion
De Ganaderos, Edificio Casa De Italia, Piso 7, Avda La Industria, San Bernandino,
Caracas, Venezuela. Phone: Caracas 571-4913, 571-4343, 571-4702.
1621 Raisins (Bolivia). Wishes to buy about 10 tons of raisins. Contact: Jorge
Ormachea, Casilla 1937, La Paz, Bolivia.
1622 Dietetic foods (Ecuador). Interested in buying dietetic confectionary products,
honey pellets, wheat pellets, garlic pellets. Requests literature and quotes
CIF Mania. Contact: Reinaldo Montesdeoca, Calle Chile NO. 227, Portoviejo,
Ecuador. Phone: 652-829.
1623 Apples (England). Wants mackintosh apples from eastern state, containerload,
export type, top quality, packed in 140's or 160's. Quotations C&F Belfast/
Liverpool. Reference: Coutts & Co., Ltd. Contact: A.K. Ballantine, A.K.
Ballantine & Co., Ltd., Pirbright, Woking, Surrey, England. Cable: Fruitful,
London. Phone: 048 67 2364.
1624- Wheat flour, sugar (Sri Lanka). Is interested in contacting manufacturers or
1625 exporters of sugar and wheat flour. Contact: Globel Commercial Agencies,
P.O. Box 1648, Colombo, Sri Lanka. Cable: GLOBATIQUE. Phone: 93439.
1626 Eels (Germany). Wishes to purchase live eels. Contact: Joergen Christensen,
Santorkai 23, 2000 Hamburg 11, Germany. Phone: 040-36 22 25. Telex: 02 12471.
1627 Full cream milk powder (Sri Lanka). Government tender with closing date of
October 18 for 12,000 mt full cream milk powder as follows: (A) 9,000 mt
packed in 25 kg. kraft paper bags; (B) 1,500 mt packed in 1 kg. tins/sachets,
and (C) 1,500 mt packed in 1/2 kg. tins/sachets. Prices quoted should be
CIF Colombo. Payment by letter of credit. Samples needed by October 4. Tenders
in duplicate must be accompanied by a bank guarantee. Contact: Secretary,
Tender Board, Cooperative Wholesale Establishment, P.O. Box 990, 440 Union
Place, Colombo 2, Sri Lanka.
Issued weekly by the Export Trade Services Division, Foreign Agricultural Service, U.S. Department of
Agriculture, Room 4945 South Building. Washington. D.C. 20250
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1628- Soybean meal, corn (England). Wants 10,000 mt of soybean meal, 44 percent
1629 protein, feed meal quality; and 25,000 mt of yellow corn, NO. 2 grade or
better. Delivery soonest. Bank ref: National Westminster Bank Ltd., 25
Shepherds Bush Green, London W12. Contact: The Director, Arnold Dein Ltd.,
54 Pall Mall, London SW1 5JH, England. Phone: 930 4224. Telex: 23720.
1630- Corn oil, rice (England). Wants corn oil (for Iran), 10,000 mt, international
1631 size drums, nonpurified, 1,000 mt every 3 months; and long grain rice, grade 1.
broken not more than 7 percent, packs of 50 kg. Delivery soonest. Quotations
CIF, C&F and FOB. Bank ref: Allied Arab Bank, Park Lane, London W1 3D. 9.R.
M.. Semaan. Contact: ROSWIFT LTD., Silver City House, 62 Brompton Road,
Knightsbridge, London SW3, England. Telex: 895970. Phone: 01-5810926.
1632- Poultry joint venture (Nigeria). Interested in joint venture to produce poultry.
1633 Needs 10,000 day old chicks a week plus necessary feed supplier. Confirming
house goods worth not less than $48,000 have been drawn on 60-90 days sight
draft. Interested persons or U.S. firms should inquire stating conditions.
Bank ref: National Bank of Nigeria Limited, Balogun Branch, Lagos, Nigeria.
Contact: J. A. Adeyemi, Okiki Olu Trading Company Limited, Shop 46, Balogun
Street, P.O. Box 9882, Lagos, Nigeria.
1634 Multi-product joint venture (Nigeria). Interested in a joint venture with U.S.
company or individual in an integrated agricultural production ranging from
grains to vegetables. Contact: N.A. Oshin, Secretary, Ajosedun Farmers Multi-
Purpose Cooperative Society, C/0 Rev. P.O. Ogunwale, P.O. Box 136, Oyo State,
1635- Pork tails, lentils, kidney beans (Venezuela). Wants one container (770 Ibs. in
1636- 35 lb pails) of pork tails, domestic trim; one container (400 bags of 100 Ibs)
1637 of green lentils, U.S. NO. 1; and one container (400 bags of 100 Ibs.) of light
red kidney beans, U.S. NO. 1. Delivery soonest. Quote CIF Trinidad. Bank
ref: Barclays Bank T&T Ltd., Eastern Main Road, Tunapuna, Trinidad. Contact:
John Allan Shairsingh, Manager Director, Commercial Representations, 34 Eastern
Main Rd., Tunapuna, Trinidad (P.O. Box 962, Port of Spain, Trinidad). Cable:
COMMREPP, Port of Spain. Phone: 662-4874.
1638 Tuna (Netherlands). Wants 400 tons of whole frozen big eye and albacore tuna,
10-80 kg. Quote FOB any Pacific Harbor, and CIF Rotterdam. Bank ref: Slaven-
burg Bank, Cooksingel, Rotterdam. Contact: P. J. Van Der Zwan, Rofoco Food
B.V., Delftsestraats, 3013 AB Rotterdam, Netherlands. Telex: 27278. Phone:
1639- Soybean or corn oil (Iran). U.S. agent for Iran firm requests immediate quotes
for home cooking quality soybean oil or corn oil, liquid or hydrogenated, in
large consumer packs (3 Ibs. 1-2 kg), packaged in tins, plastic or other break
resistant material, in cases ready for immediate distribution. Buyer will
consider break bulk containers (drums) if price differential is sufficient to
overide convenience/repackaging factor. Quote FOB U.S. port or C&F Khoramshar,
Iran. Samples of 2 kg each desired. Contact: Mere Enterprises Inc., 1800 M
Street, N. W., Washington, D.C. 20036. Attention: Mr. Jahan Kashani. Phone:
Foreign Trade Developments:
Phytosanitary Certificates not necessary for processed food products. U.S.
Phytosanitary Certificates for export are authorized only for plants and
unprocessed plant products grown or produced in the United States, its pos-
sessions or the commonwealth of Puerto Rico. Effective as of January 1, 1976,
the Plant Protection and Quarantine Programs, Animal and Plant Health Inspection
Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, discontinued the practice of issuing
Federal Phytosanitary Certificates (PPQ Forms 577 and 578) for processed plant
products and nonplant products such as processed foods, including any pickled,
canned or bottled fruits, vegetables or products thereof, candy bars, cooking
oil, syrups, prepared condiments, cocoa, tea, coffee, molasses, honey, prepared
spices, peanut butter, pelletized livestock feeds, dog food, and the like.
APHIS still continues to certify flour, corn meal, soybean meal and other milled
material which may be a means of spreading, among other things, stored products
pests listed as being of concern to certain countries. Further, products such
as polished rice, bulgar wheat, blanched peanuts, and the like, which may be
subject to infestation after partial processing, may also be certified.
This action was taken in order to bring the U.S. Phytosanitary Certificate into
line with the International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC).
Single copies of the following are available by writing the Information Services
Staff, FAS, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 20250.
Sunflowerseed in the USSR: Production Processing, and Trade. FAS M-290, August
1979. A report based on two recent official visits by FAS and trade represen-
tatives to the sunflowerseed production areas of the USSR.
USSR Agricultural Trade 1955-77, A Historical Perspective. FAS M-289, August
1979. A statistical report highlighting some of the dramatic changes in the
USSR agricultural trade over the past few years.
Coffee Supply and Distribution in Producing Countries. FCOF 4-79, August 1979.
Developments in the world coffee economy since the severe 1975 frost in Brazil
and estimated production for 1979/80.
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