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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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Produce trade -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )
Export marketing -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )
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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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^ 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) 44 -7 j : .
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March 5, 1984

Deadline extended for Holstein heifer tender (Egypt). Tender dea line for
10,000 Holstein bred heifers, pedigreed, has been.extended to March 26, 1984.
The committee reserves the right to increase the quantity to 20,000.
Specifications age: 20-26 months; age at the onset 16-20 months; cows should
be 4-6 months pregnant; Dam's milk production 5,500 kg per year; and butter
fat 3.8%. Delivery ASAP. Quote CIF Egypt. Full tender particulars are
available at a cost of dls 1,000. Bank ref: Chairman of Financial and
Administrative Sector at the Society. CONTACT: General Cooperative for
Developing the Animal Wealth and Products, 132 El Tahrir Street, El Dokki,
Cairo, Egypt. TELEX: 930232 GCDAWP-UN. PHONE: 700301 and 700182. (WK
9/TOFAS 84)

Dry edible beans (Swaziland). Wants sugar beans also prepared to consider
cowpeas at a lower price or any other type surplus bean available. Quantity
1,500 metric tons. Quote various qualities. Packed in bags. Delivery within
2 months. Quote CIF, C&F, Maputo, Mazambique. Bank ref: Standard Bank,
Mbabane, Swaziland. CONTACT: Mr. Basil Athienides, D & B Imports/Exports,
P.O. Box 1019, Mbabane, Swaziland. TELEX: 2178. PHONE: MBABANE 42650 or
22328. (WK 9/TOFAS 33)

Cotton (Indonesia). Firm is interested in representing U.S. cotton shippers
in Indonesian market. Mr. Zwyer has experience in cotton trade and company
currently is supplier to several government owned cotton mills. CONTACT:
Mr. Hans V. Zwyer, P. T. Ama Forta, 3rd floor, Jalan Panglima Polim Raya 38,
Jakarta, Indonesia. TELEX: 47202 BM JKT. (WK 9/TOFAS 46)

Grocery items (Malaysia). A supermarket chain in Sabah is planning to have an
American instore food promotion in their outlet in Kota Kinabalu from May
4-17, 1984. Store manager wishes to contact U.S. suppliers of various food
items for this promotion. This is a newly established supermarket chain with
outlets in the main towns in Sabah. CONTACT: Yong Fah Ngian, Pembekalan
Kojasa Sdn. Bhd., P.O. Box 1621, Malaysia. CABLE: "KOJASA KOTAKINABALU"
TELEX: MA 80261 KOJASA. PHONE: (088)33911. (WK 9/TOFAS 26)

Rice, stockfish, condensed milk (Belgium). Wants long grain, 5% broken,
parboiled rice. First quality. Quantity 20,000 mt. Also wants stockfish,
10,000 mt and 10,000 mt of condensed milk or evaporated milk, 90% butterfat.
Delivery ASAP. Price quotations FOB and/or C&F Lagos, Nigeria. CONTACT:
Ms. Van Hede, Irlac International, Avenue F.D. Roosevelt, 89 B-1000 Brussels,
Belgium. TELEX: 64071. PHONE: 33(2) 640.70.06. (WK 9/TOFAS 8)


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








Whole milk powder and skim milk powder tender (Korea). Tender for 700 mt of
whole milk powder and 300 mt of skim milk powder. Specifications: whole milk
powder milk fat 26% min. moisture 2.5% max. Skim milk powder milk fat 1%
max. moisture 4% max. Product manufactured within 45 days before shipping.
Packaging net weight should be 25 kgs. per bag. Polyethene bag completely
heat sealed inside and 4 fold kraft paper bag of which weight per square meter
is 420 gms. Shipment by March 20, 1984. Quote bidder should established bid
bond not less than 2% of the total bid value, validity not less than 2 weeks
from the bid opening date in favor of NLCF in form among irrevocable clean
credit (payable in US dollar) bank guarantee, cash or certified check (payable
in Korean currency) so as to arrive at NLCF the day before bid opening.
Deadline: 11:00 A.M. March 2, 1984 at CLCF's conference room. CONTACT:
General Manager of the Procurement Department, National Livestock Cooperatives
Federation, Seoul, Korea. TELEX: K23517 NALICOF. PHONE: 783-1668. (WK
9/TOFAS 8405). NOTE: Although due date for this tender has passed, 60 TORS
Direct Mailers were mailed February 24, 1984 to U.S. suppliers of this product.

Feed supplements and additives (Hong Kong). Wants feed flavors, feed
additives, veterinary products and mold inhibitors. Amount not yet decided,
for trial shipment. Subject is a very large feedmill. Grades A and B.
Appropriate export packing. Delivery ASAP. Quote CIF Hong Kong. Bank ref:
the Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corp. CONTACT: Mr. Oscar K. H. Lam,
Ping Shan Enterprise Co., Ltd., 19, Queen Street, G/F, Hong Kong. TELEX:
86016 SINCO HX. PHONE: 5-412781. (WK 9/TOFAS 34)

Baby chicks and ducks (Hong Kong). Wants day old chicks and ducks, 100,000
per month. Appropriate export packing. Delivery ASAP. Quote CIF Hong Kong.
Bank ref: The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corp. CONTACT:
Mr. Oscar K.H. Lam, Ping Shan Enterprise Co., Ltd., 19, Queen Street, G/F,
Hong Kong. TELEX: 86016 SINCO HX. PHONE: 5-412781. (WK 9/TOFAS 35)

Frozen berries (Canada). Wants frozen berries: cranberries and blueberries.
Quantity: container loads, best quality. Packaging bulk. State cranberry
variety and grade. Blueberries wild or cultivated. Bank reference upon
request. CONTACT: Mr. L. B. Robinson, Intreurope Ltd, 3640 Weston Road, Unit
4, Weston, Ontario M9L 1W2, Canada. TELEX: 065-27120. PHONE:
(416)743-1491. (WK 9/TOFAS 34)

Jelly beans and candy (Malaysia). Wants jelly beans and candies, first
grade. Institutional and retail packing. Prompt delivery. Quote FOB Port
Kelang. Bank ref: Malayan Banking Bhd, Jalan Bandar, Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia. CONTACT: Edward Lim, Irma Food Fair(M) Sdn Bhd, 48-50 Jalan SS
21/35, Damansara Utama, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia. TELEX: IFFAIR MA
37884. PHONE: (03)785161, (03) 785136. (WK 9/TOFAS 28)

Popcorn (Portugal). Wants popcorn for popping 500-1,000 kilos, high expansion
rate. Packaging in bags 50-100 pounds or any other suitable packaging in
containers. Delivery immediately after contracting. Quote CIF Leixoes both
air freight and surface. Bank ref: Banco Portugues Do Atlantico, Celorico Da
Beira. CONTACT: Mr. Manuel Mendes, Ernesto Da Costa Pinto, Rua Da Granja
350, 4300 Porto, Portugal. TELEX: 27126 COINAT P. CABLE: COINAT. PHONE:
571653/566569. (WK 9/TOFAS 30)

Fertile trout eggs (Ecuador). Wants 100,000 fertile trout eggs,
initial shipment and quarterly shipments of 800,000 eggs. Interested in
fertile trout eggs of species that will develop at high altitudes i.e.
2,500 2,800 meters above sea level. Packaging appropriate for shipment.
Delivery ASAP. Quote C&F Quito via air and FOB referential. Bank ref: Banco
Del Azuay; Bolivar Y A. Borrero; Cuenca, Ecuador, PHONE: 82-76-11. CONTACT:









Nicolas Munoz and Guido Carrasco, Piscicola Dos Chorreras, Apartado 1014,
Cuenca, Ecuador. TELEX: 8631 CAINDC-ED. PHONE: 80-11-99. (WK 9/TOFAS 29

Frozen poultry tender (Jordan). Tender for 1,000 tons of frozen chicken.
Closing date for bid submission March 6, 1984. Bid specs may be purchased for
a non-refundable fee of J.D. 5 (Note: U.S. dol 1.00 currently equals J.D.
.375) from the address below. All offers must be submitted thru Jordanian
agents. Firms submitting bids are requested to send an information copy to
the Embassy Commercial Office, P.O. Box 354, Amman, Jordan; telex: 21510 USEMB
JO. Specifications: weight 800-1,300 gms; humidity: max. 5%; poultry to be
free of water, blood, and feathers without giblets, fully cleaned, free of
burns and freezing defects. Individually packed in polyethelene bags
indicating weight, date of slaughter and date of packing. CONTACT: Jordanian
Ministry of Supply, P.O. Box 830, Amman, Jordan. TELEX: 21278 MINSUP JO.
PHONE: 667-141 or 661-174. (WK 9/STATE 1771)

Dairy cattle (Colombia). Wants Jersey cattle: 30 bred heifers 1st calf, and
30 female calves 5 to 10 months; Brown Swiss cattle: 60 bulls-yearlings.
Purebred registered or non-registered. Delivery in 3 months. Must meet
Government of Colombia Health requirements. Quote FOB U.S. Port. Bank ref:
Banco Tequendama Diagonal 27 NO. 6-70, Bogota, Colombia. CONTACT: Lazaro
Escovar, Carrera 9 No. 84-70, Apartamento 902, Bogota, Colombia. PHONE:
236-9035. (WK 9/TOFAS 42)

Milk (Nigeria). Wants 10,000 mt milk, canned, 48 cans per carton. Delivery
ASAP. All documents to be in English language. Quote cash against document
(CAD) and FOB Cotonou. Bank ref: Banque Commerciale Du Benin Agence Centrale
Cotonou. CONTACT: Tommy Lewis, Indrep. Inter- national, 7 Badaru Street,
Surulere, Lagos State, Nigeria. PHONE: (01)831071 (If unable to reach, try
ATO PHONE: (01)634-864 or CABLE: 21670 USEMLA NG ATTN: Tommy Lewis) (WK
9/TOFAS 36)

Rice (Nigeria). Wants 50,000 mt of No 2, long grain parboiled rice. Packed in
50 kilo bags. Delivery ASAP. All documents to be in English language. Quote
C&F, Lagos. Bank ref: First Bank (Nig.) Ltd., Agodi Ibadan, Oyo State,
Nigeria. CONTACT: The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Commerce and
Industry, Trade Division, Secretariat, Ibadan Oyo State, Nigeria. (WK
9/TOFAS 45)

Tallow (Austria). Wants tallow for soap production, 1,000 to 10,000 mt.
Monthly deliveries. Quote CIF Newark/New York. Bank ref: Osterr.
Landerbank, Wien, 259107104. CONTACT: Mr. Cocron, Fa. Schlemmer GMBH, Gustav
Tschermakg. 34, 1190 Vienna, Austria. TELEX: 115542 SCH A. PHONE: 349283.
(WK 9/TOFAS 27)

Vegetable oil (Nigeria). Wants 50,000 cartons of vegetable oil, good
quality. Packed 5 gallons per carton. Type of oils unspecified. Delivery
ASAP. All documents to be in English language. Quote C&F, Lagos. Bank ref:
First Bank (Nig.) Ltd., Agodi Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria. CONTACT: The
Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Trade Division,
Secretariat, Ibadan Oyo State, Nigeria. (WK 9/TOFAS 44)

Stock fish (Nigeria). Wants 10,000 mt of round cod, stockfishh). Packed in
jute bags. Delivery ASAP. All documents to be in English language. Quote
cash against document (CAD) and FOB Cotonou. Bank ref: Banque Commerciale Du








Benin Agence Centrale Cotonou. CONTACT: Tommy Lewis, Indrep. International,
7 Badaru Street, Surulere, Lagos State, Nigeria. PHONE: (01) 831071 (If
unable to reach, try ATO phone (01) 634-864 or CABLE: 21670 USEMLA NG ATTN:
Tommy Lewis). (WK 9/TOFAS 37)

Orange pollen (Japan). Wants orange pollen for use as health food, 1 kg as
sample order. Quality average or better. Delivery as soon as arrangements
can be made. Bank ref: Fukuoka Bank, Ropponmatsu Branch, 14-3 Ropponmatsu,
2-Chome, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City 810, Japan. CONTACT: Mr. Koei Sakai,
President, Fujin Kenko Company, 19-1-208 Befu, 2-Chome, Fukuoka City 814,
Japan. PHONE: 092-843-1888. (WK 9/STATE 67)

Conifers bark (Italy). Wants approximately 400 C.M. (cubic meter per year)
conifers bark. Quality "medium" size. Packaging 56 liter bag. Quote C&F IT.
Port. CONTACT: Giorgio Pucillo-Consulenze, Largo Sanguineti, 11-21, 16123
Genova, Italy. PHONE: (010) 294-627. (WK 9/TOFAS 7)

Almonds (Italy). Wants almonds. Quality and quality unknown. Bank ref:
Credito Italiano/Banco Di Sardegna. CONTACT: Fele Francesco, Anna P. SRL,
Viale Italia, 100, 08025 OLIENA (NU), Italy. TELEX: 330813 MI-ANNA P.
PHONE: (0784) 287-610. (WK 9/TOFAS 8)

Candy and sweets (England). Company wishes contact U.S. manufacturers of
sweets and candy products. They require samples, wholesale prices and
agencies. CONTACT: Group Connaught, Croxtalls Avenue, Bloxwich, Walsall,
West Midlands, England. TELEX: 338572. (WK 9/TOFAS 32)

Dietetic, diabetic and ethic foods (England). Company wishes to import
dietetic, diabetic and ethic foods into the United Kingdom through their
various fast growing group of companies. CONTACT: Richard Ward, Chairman, G.
F. Dietary Supplies Ltd. Lowther Road, Stanmore, Middlesex HA7 1EL, England.
TELEX: 21875. PHONE: 01 206 0522. (WK 9/TOFAS 33)

Jumbo Onions (England). Interested in importing U.S. jumbo onions. Quotes
C&F London with brokers fee of 35 cents per bag. Bank Ref: Coutts and Co,
Strand, London. CONTACT: Mr. A. K. Ballantine, A. K. Ballantine Ltd,
Guildford Road, Pirbright, Woking, Surrey GU24 OBX, England. CABLE:
FRUITFUL, LONDON. PHONE: 048 672364. (WK 9/TOFAS 34)

Roasted, blanched peanuts (England). Manufacturer of peanut butter requires
6-7 tons per week of roasted, blanched peanuts. CONTACT: Craig Sams, Harmony
Foods Ltd, Unit D, Western Trading Estate, Park Royal Rd, London NW10,
England. TELEX: 21120. PHONE: 01 965 1355. (WK 9/TOFAS 35)

Garlic bulbs (England). Wishes to import certified disease free garlic bulb
seeds for delivery to U.K. during Autumn of 1984. CONTACT: Mr. R. Kerswell,
4 Leighton Terrace, Exeter, Devon EX4 6AZ, England. PHONE: 0392 213933. (WK
9/TOFAS 36)

Lumber and Lumber products (England). Wants sawmill and planing mill
products; hardwood dimension and flooring; shingles, cooperage stock and
excelsior and millwork products; hardwood veneer and plywood and softwood
veneer and plywood. Company wishes to import above mentioned products.
CONTACT: Mr. E. R. Annan, Seaboard Int'l (Timber and Plywood) Ltd., British
Columbia House, 3 Regent Street, London SW1Y 4NY, England. TELEX: 28750.
PHONE: 01 839 4971. (WK 9/TOFAS 37)









Wines (England). U.K. agent wishes to import U.S. wines. Bank Ref: Midland
Bank, Market Place, Hull. CONTACT: Norman Moulson, N. Moulson and Co Ltd.,
262 Beverley Road, Hull HU5 1AN, England. (WK 9/TOFAS 38)

Whiskey, cigars, cigarillos (France). Wants bottled alcoholic beverages,
bottled whiskey, and cigars and cigarillos. Limited liability firm created in
1889. Bank ref: Societe Lyonnaise De Banque, 48 Boulevard De Strasbourg,
83055 Toulon Cedex. CONTACT: Jacques Pons, Director, Ets M. Pons, 122, Rue
Etienne Pelabon, P.O. Box 626, 83053 Toulon Cedex, France. TELEX: 430 990F.
PHONE: (94) 410 372. (WK 9/TOFAS 5406)

Poultry, seafoods (Greece). Wants young chickens, frozen and frozen packaged
fish. Limited liability company founded in 1974 in Athens. Maintains offices
in the center of Athens. Operates as business consulting company and as
agent, importer and distributor of food items. Client wishes to contact U.S.
suppliers for quotations. CONTACT: Athanasios Tsakonas, Gen. Mgn.,
Euro-Trading Co. Ltd, 35 Voults Street, Athens, Greece. TELEX: 21-8805 TSAC,
GR. PHONE: 01130/3227505. (WK 9/COMMERCE 2406)

Seafoods (France). Wants fresh or frozen packaged fish and seafoods and fish
products. Company was established in 1917. Capitalized at 250,000 French
Francs. Agents for fish and seafoods. Represents several U.S. firms. Bank
ref: Barclays Bank, Quai George V, 76600 Le Havre, and Credit Commercial De
France, 93 Boulevard De Strasbourg, 76600 Le Havre. CONTACT: Joseph Cleron,
President/Gen. Mgn., I. Legrand H. Malo Et Cie S.A., B.P. 729, 76060 Le Havre
Cedex, France. TELEX: 190 223 F. PHONE: 01133/35/42 03-67. (WK 9/COMMERCE
5404)

Animal feeds (Kuwait). Wants to find American firms to supply company with
sheep feed and dewaxer products. Firm deals in chemicals and bids on
government tenders. Company was established in 1975. Mrs. Al Ghunaim is
anxious to expand her business activities and is interested specifically in
dealing with U.S. companies. CONTACT: Adnan Mohammad Al Wazzan, Mohammed A.
Al Wazzan, P.O. Box 26555, Safat, Kuwait. TELEX: 44488 MANALCO KT. Co., ref:
Kuwait Chamber of Commerce and Industry, P.O. Box 775, Safat, Kuwait. (WK
9/COMMERCE 201)

Feed corn (Togo). Client claims to have contract with the Togolese poultry
breeding company to supply it with yellow and white corn on a regular basis.
Firm is not representative of any U.S. firm. Previously imported foods and
consumer items from France, Italy and Holland. Would like samples if
possible. Language of correspondence: French. Quote CIF Lome. Bank ref:
Banque Togolaise De Developpement (BTD), B.P. 65, Lome, Togo. CONTACT:
Madame Houndjo G. Enyonam, Ets. Sounouvi Lolonyo Et Fils, B.P. 13098, Lome,
Togo. TELEX: TDBANK 5300 PUBLIC TO. PHONE: 21-36-41/42; Telex: TDBANK 5282
LOME. (WK 9/COMMECE 678)

Breakfast foods joint venture (Trinidad). Manufacturer of snack foods
interested in conacting an American company to obtain technical expertise,
product formulation, processing and packaging machinery for the manufacture of
breakfast cereal. May consider a possible equity investment arrangement.
Operates a small modern plant. Firm's shareholders are Angostura Bitters (Dr.
J.G.B. Siegert and Sons) the largest rum producers and Bermudez Biscuit
Company Ltd., a major biscuit manufacturing in Trinidad, with many years









experience in the food industry. CONTACT: Stephen J. Plimmer, Mgn. Dir.,
Cutters Ltd, El Soccorro Extension Rd, San Juan, Trinidad, W.I. (WK
9/COMMERCE 229)

Meat and offals, seafoods (France). Wants frozen meat products and offals
also frozen shrimp and salmon. Company established in 1978. Importer of meat,
offals and fish products. Bank ref: Societe Generale, 15bis, Rue Du Louvre
"Agence R 316" 75001 Paris and Credit Lyonnais, Agence Internationale, Rue Du
4 Septembre, 75002 Paris. CONTACT: Franz Klees, General Manager, Ced
Viandes, 152, Avenue De Malakoff, 75116 Paris, France. TELEX: 613 352 F/613
356 F. PHONE: 01133/1/501-56-57. (WK 9/COMMERCE 1424)

Powdered milk (Canada). Firm in business for one year. Imports and
distributes food products, interior decoration supplies and fashion clothing.
Needs large quantity of powdered milk for overseas clients. Wishes to deal
with producers and cooperatives only, not middlemen. CONTACT: Ms. Christiane
Pier-Federici, Corec Ltee., Comptoir De Representations Commerciales, 65
Sunnyside Avenue, Westmount, Quebec H3Y 1C3, Canada. TELEX: 055-61734.
PHONE: 514/4899985. (WK 9/COMMERCE 89)

Milk (Bolivia). Interested in direct sale for resale for condensed,
evaporated and powdered milk. Quantities unspecified. CONTACT: Comex-Sur
S.R.L., Javier Rocha, Casilla 7013, La Paz, Bolivia. (WK 9/COMMERCE 1159)

Wheat flour (Zaire). Firm is interested in 2,000 tons of wheat flour. Prices
should be quoted CIF Matadi for both first and second quality flour. Payment
by Letter of Credit. To avoid delays common in international mail service,
interested firms may address responses to Comoff, Amembassy Kinshasa, APO New
York 09662. CONTACT: Citoyen Kalonji Nsenda, Ets. Kansebu, B.P. 15040,
Kinshasa, Zaire. TELEX: 21134 KINSHASA. PHONE: 22833. (WK 9/COMMERCE 1899)

Canned fruits, vegetables and meats (Mexico). Wants canned vegetables,
fruits, and canned meats. Company was organized in 1978. Interested in
catalogs and price lists. Purchases in cash or through a Letter of Credit.
Bank ref: Banco Nacional De Mexico, Snc. and Multibanco Comermex, Snc.
CONTACT: Manuel Gomez Y Tenorio, Promotores Internacionales, Lope De Vega
111-Piso 2, Col. Chapultepec Morales, 11570-Mexico, D.F. TELEX: 1763197.
PHONE: 905/5455796. (WK 9/COMMERCE 1130)

Mushrooms, spices, tea plants (France). Wants unspecified quantities of
dehydrated mushrooms, spices, tea, medicinal plants. Company established in
1963. Bank ref: Societe Centrale De Banque, 15-17 La Camebiere 13001
Marseille. CONTACT: R. Mizraki, Manager, S. Mizraki and Cie, B.P. 14, 13351
Marseille Cedex 5, France. TELEX: 440 950. PHONE: (91) 48-16-42.
(WK 9/COMMERCE 4203)

Grease and tallow (Honduras). Wants grease and inedible tallow. Firm founded
1962. Employs 414. Operates in Tegucigalpa. Quote CIF Puerto Cortes against
Letter of Credit including catalogs, prices. Bank ref: Banco Atlantida.
CONTACT: Fredy Nasser, Quimicas Dinant De Centroamerica, S.A., P.O. Box 549,
Tegucigalpa, D.C., Honduras. TELEX: 1107 DINANT HT. CABLE: DINANT. PHONE:
328073. (WK 9/COMMERCE 1205)









Bakery products (Canary Islands). Interested in direct sales and distribution
for crackers, pretzels, biscuits, and related products. Also interested in
cookies, wafers, and ice cream cones and cups. Firm is large manufacturer of
a wide variety of bakery products, under the trade name of Paybo. Sells
throughout the Canary Islands. Wishes to incorporate new products to its
sales network. Requests correspondence in Spanish. Quotes FOB/CIF.
CONTACT: Antonio Lorenz Ros, Commercial Director, Comercial Rogers, Ctra.
Geneto, Km. 1,200, La Laguna, Tenerife, Canary Islands. PHONE:
34/22/251691. (WK 9/COMMERCE 1354)

Baby food, edible oil (Nigeria). Agency/distriutorship for baby food
products, and edible oils. Firm is a small private company established in
1982 with 20 employees. Embassy recommends that U.S. suppliers ship on the
condition of an Irrevocable Letter of Credit confirmed by a U.S. bank.
CONTACT: Bennett Simon Ndukwe, Managing Director, Tia-News Merchandise
Services, 9 Minuru Baruwa Rd, Surulere, P.B. 3995, Marina, Lagos State,
Nigeria. TELEX: 22568 TAYLAN G. (WK 9/COMMERCE 1566)

Snack foods (Canada). Wants dried fruit snacks, and health foods.
Manufacturer of dried fruit snacks and machinery. Firm wishes to become agent
or distributor for a complimentary line of dried fruit snacks and health
foods. Marketing territory covers Canada. Firm employs 20. CONTACT: Fred
Danenhower/Rod Harris, Edg Food International, 190 Commercial Place,
Pentioton, B.C. V2A 3H7, Canada. PHONE: 604-493-4093. (WK 9/COMMERCE 159)

Flavoring extracts (Chile). Wants exclusive distributorship for flavoring
extracts for baking. It imports and wholesales toilet products and
accessories, now wishes to diversify this line to include household products
and bathing accessories and materials. CONTACT: Hans Rosemberg J., Owner,
Ventaplast Ltda., Casilla 472, Vina Del Mar, Chile. PHONE: 81756. (WK
9/COMMERCE 7549)

Feed additives (Ireland). Interested in direct sale and agency for feed
additives. Firm formed in 1982 to manufacture sodium hypochlorite, silage
additives and dairy detergents. Company is interested in contracting U.S.
manufacturers of the above products with the view to direct purchase and/or
agencies. Bank ref: Bank of Ireland, 94 O'Connell Street, Limerick.
CONTACT: Dr. John McKeon, Managing Dir., Chemplus Ltd., S.F.A.D.CO.
Industrial Estate, Herbertstown Co. Limerick, Ireland. PHONE: 061/85211.
(WK 9/COMMERCE 390)

Seafoods (Belgium). Wants frozen seafoods, frozen packaged fish (fillets),
frozen packaged fish (dogfish backs, skates, wings, monkfish tails etc.), also
squid per container load to Le Havre, regular shipment. Company was
established in 1973. Importer, exporter, distributor and agents of canned and
frozen seafood. Bank ref: Credit Commercial De France, 95 Rue Reaumur, 75002
Paris. CONTACT: Mr. Alain Schertzinger, Managing Dir., Tradaliment, 5, Rue
De la Corderie Centra 370, 94596 Rungis Cedex, Belgium. TELEX: 205 740 F.
PHONE: 01133/1/686 19 27. (WK 9/COMMERCE 4866)

Rolled oats, pectin (Honduras). Interested in direct purchase of rolled oats,
in bulk, for human consumption and pectin, 100 grade, dry basis, simple and
flavored. Firm founded 1980. Sells throughout Honduras. Buyer wants
supplier responses, literature, and prices. Bank ref: Ficensa, Tegucigalpa.









Spanish correspondence preferred. CONTACT: Rodrigo Gurdian, Owner and
Manager, Industrias Nena, Col. Lara, 2 Ave. Contiguo Ahprocafe, Tegucigalpa,
D.C., Honduras. TELEX: AGROSERV 1422 HO. PHONE: 323364. (WK 9/COMMERCE
1420)

Confectionery products, cookies (Ireland). Interested in direct sale for
resale for confectionery products suitable for children and packaged cookies
suitable for supermarket trade. Firm was established in 1932 and operates as
importers and distributors of candy, snack foods, soft drinks, tobacco and
cookies. Bank ref: Bank of Ireland, 84 Thomas Street, Dublin 8. CONTACT:
David Coleman, Managing Dir., Patrick Coleman and Sons Ltd., Unit 4, Hibernian
Indust. Estate, Greenhills Rd, Co. Dublin, Ireland. PHONE: 01/519550. (WK
9/COMMERCE 329)

Non-fat dry milk plant (Uruguay). Wishes to contact U.S. suppliers to help
establish non-fat dry milk plant processing capacity: 15,000 litres per hour,
with 8.7% of solid matter. Bids must include CIF Montevideo prices. Bid
deadline 04/25/84, 10:30 AM. Company ref: Conaprole established in 1936, is
a cooperative society formed by 2,500 private milk producers. It is the
largest of its kind in Uruguay. CONTACT: Cooperativa Nacional De
Productores, De Leche, (Conaprole) Division, Nueva York 1630, Montevideo,
Uruguay. TELEX: 6523 COPROLE UY. CABLE: CONAPROLE. PHONE: 490771. (WK
9/COMMERCE 602)

Rice (Nigeria). Wants 12,500 mt of No. 2, long grain parboiled rice. Packed
in 25 kilo bags. Delivery ASAP. All documents to be in English language.
Quote C&F, Lagos. Bank ref: Union Bank, Kaduna Branch, Kaduna State.
CONTACT: Mr. Eze Theophilus, Headquarters Training Command, Nigerian Airforce
(N.A.F.), P.M.B. 2247, Kaduna, Kaduna State, Nigeria. PHONE: (062) 213661 or
(062) 213654. (WK 9/TOFAS 42)

Rice (Nigeria). Wants 2,500 mt of No. 2, long grain parboiled rice. Packed in
25 kilo bags. Delivery ASAP. All documents to be in English language. Quote
C&F, Lagos. Bank ref: First Bank of Nigeria, Kaduna. CONTACT: Columbus
Nwoke, Maintenance Engineering Regiment, 31 Maintenance Engineering Regiment,
P.O. Box 2045, Kaduna, Kaduna State, Nigeria. PHONE: (062) 213654. (WK
9/TOFAS 43)

Yellow corn (Nigeria). Wants 300 400 mt of #2 yellow corn. Packed in 50 or
100 kilo bags. Delivery ASAP. All documents to be in English language.
Quote C&F, Lagos. Bank ref: Union Bank of Nigeria, Ltd, Bank Road, Jos,
Plateau State, Nigeria. CONTACT: Julius B. Pusmut, Kossen (Nig.) Ltd., 52/23
Rayfield Gra. Jos, Plateau State, P.O. Box 6044, Jos, Nigeria. PHONE:
(073)52303. (WK 9/TOFAS 51)

Rice (Nigeria). Wants 50,000 mt of long grain parboiled rice, 4% broken.
Packed in 50 kilo bags. Delivery May 1984. All documents to be in English
language. Quote C&F, Lagos. Bank ref: Societe Generale Bank Ltd., Head
Office, Broad Street, Lagos. CONTACT: Mr. L.A. Audu, Global Carriers,
Limited, 16 Onemeji Street, P.O. Box 2722, Ikeja, Lagos State, Nigeria.
PHONE: (01) 964357. (WK 9/TOFAS 52)

Poultry concentrates (Nigeria). Wants 50,000 bags of concentrate for poultry,
100% concentrate, hybrid, suitable for layers broilers-starter. Packed in 25
kilo bags. Delivery ASAP. Quote C&F, Lagos. Bank ref: African Continental









Bank (ACB), Ltd, Kaduna, Kaduna State, Nigeria. CONTACT: Mr. Agu E. Charles,
Coscha (West Africa) Ltd., Coscha West Africa, Ltd. AF 38 Faki Road, T/Wada,
P.O. Box 663, Kaduna, Kaduna State, Nigeria. PHONE: (062) 217323. (WK
9/TOFAS 41)

Rice (Saudi Arabia). Wants 20 mt of short grain rice, milled (trail order)
max. 5% broken. Packed in 25 or 50 kg jute bags, palletized. Delivery ASAP.
Buyer requests 2 oz. samples by airmail. Quote CIF, Jidda. Plans to import
approximately 50 mt monthly to be retail packed locally. Also interested in
having this amount packed in one and 2 kg plastic bags in U.S. if Arabic
labeling can be provided. Bank ref: Saudi Cairo Bank, Jidda. CONTACT:
Nader Houri, Halwani Bros., P.O. Box 690, Jidda-21421, Saudi Arabia.' TELEX:
401118 HALAWA SJ. PHONE: 636-9810. (WK 9/TOFAS 45)

Yellow corn (Spain). Wants 60,000 mt yellow corn, U.S. No. 3, min. test
weight 52 lbs./bushel; max. moisture 15.5%, max.; damaged kernels 7%. Free of
mold and insects. Fit for animal feeding. Packaging not specified. Quote
FOB port and CIF Latakia (Syria). Delivery to be agreed upon. Firm is acting
as a broker. Intended for a tender in Syria. CONTACT: Charles B. Debrot,
Panama 3, Madrid (16), Spain. TELEX: 23988 KITC E ATTN: DEBROT. PHONE: (1)
259 85 91. (WK 9/TOFAS 46)

Cotton seed (Colombia). Wants seed cotton for planting, DP-61 or DP-41, 150
mt of either or both, min. 80% germination, delinted by machine or treated
with acid. For export in heavy jute bags. Delivery ASAP. Phytosanitary
certificate required. Quote CIF Bogota and Barranquilla. CONTACT: Moises
Brochero, ICA, Gov't of Colombia Agric. Research Institute, Sub-Manager of
Agricultural Production, Calle 37 No. 8-43, Bogota, Colombia. TELEX: 44309
IKTCO. PHONE: 232-2241. (WK 9/TOFAS 43)

Corn oil, soybean oil (Egypt). Wants corn oil and soybean oil, 10 container
monthly. Best quality. Packed in 1 gallon containers. Delivery ASAP. Quote
CIF Alexandria or Port Said. Bank ref: Chase National Bank, Garden City,
Cairo. CONTACT: Abdel Wahab El-Sibaie, Egyptian Import, Export & Supplying
Co., 54, Abdel Khalik Tharwat Street, Cairo, Egypt. TELEX: 21523 SIBAIE-UN.
PHONE: 912520. (WK 9/TOFAS 90)

Corn oil (Yemen Arab Republic). Wants 50,000 cartons of corn oil, best
available quality. Samples required. Packed 6 1 gallon cans per carton.
Delivery beginning of April. Labels to be printed in Arabic and English.
Production date and expiry date to be mentioned. Quotations needed C&F
Hodeidah. Bank ref: Yemen Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Zubairi
Street, Sana'a or Indosuez Bank, Sana'a. CONTACT: Ahmed Al-Gharassi, Manager
Director, Al-Gharassi International Trading & Cold Storage, P.O. Box 1270,
Sana'a, Yemen Arab Republic. TELEX: 2263 CARASI YE. PHONE: 240104 or
240103. (WK 9/TOFAS 46)

Wheat (Hong Kong). Wants Hard Red Winter, Soft Red Winter, durum and high
quality white wheat on trial basis. If successful, will lead to longer
order. Grade 1 and Grade 2. Export packing. Delivery ASAP. Quote FOB USA
Port and C&F Jeddah. Bank ref: Bank of India. CONTACT: Hiro K. Kundamal,
M/S H. Khemchand Kundamal Enterprises (HK) Ltd., 18/F., Kundamal House, 2-4
Prat Avenue, Tsimshatsui, Kowloon, Hong. TELEX: 56441 HIRO HX. PHONE:
3-698111. (WK 9/TOFAS 36)








Leather leaf fern (South Africa). Wants 1,000 plants initially of leather
leaf fern (Rumohra Adiantiformis), root stock or spore for cultivation.
Packaging for airfreight. Delivery ASAP. Phytosanitary certificate to comply
with South Africa plant health regulations. Quote CIF, C&F, Jan Smuts
Airport, Johannesburg. Bank ref: Boland Bank, Pretoria. CONTACT: Mr. C.J.
Esterhuyse, P.O. Box 30006, Sunnyside 0132, Pretoria, South Africa. PHONE:
Home 834371; Office 2992540. (WK 9/TOFAS 37)

Dietetic foods (Saudi Arabia). Wants complete range of dietetic foodstuffs
consumer-sizes. Delivery ASAP. Arabic labeling. Bank ref: Arab National
Bank, Medina Road, Jidda. CONTACT: Al-Sayed Abdul Rahman M. Baroom, Elite
Estab. Trade & Constructing, P.O. Box 2870, Jidda, Saudi Arabia. TELEX:
401165 BAROM SJ. PHONE: 651-2592. (WK 9/TOFAS 44)

Pet foods (Singapore). Wants pet foods. Quantity depends on prices. Good
grade. Supplier's standard packing. Delivery ASAP. Bank ref: UMBC Bukit
Panjang Branch and Communication Bank, Shenton Way, Singapore. CONTACT:
Victor Tan, Vilac Pte. Ltd, Blk. 531, Upper Cross St., No. 03-08, Singapore
0105. TELEX: RS 20613 VILUCK. PHONE: 2241906/915745. (WK 9/TOFAS 42)

Onion flakes (Netherlands). Wants dehydrated onion flakes, 100 mt annually,
4-6 millimeters, 6% moisture. Quote CIF Rotterdam. Bank ref: Mess and Hope
Rotterdam. CONTACT: W. Leeuwestein, C.M. Van Sillevoldt B.V., P.O. Box 64,
3350 AB Papendrecht, Netherlands. TELEX: 29252. PHONE: 078-151755. (WK
9/TOFAS 71)

Tallow (Spain). Wants tallow fatty acid for soap manufacture, 2,000 drums.
Packaging: 50-gallon drums. .Quote CIF Monrovia, also CIF Las Palmas.
Delivery ASAP. Bank ref: Caja Insular De Ahorrds, Las Palmas. CONTACT:
Messrs. E. Vandevoorde/A. Kheir, Intermer, Dr. Grau Bassas, 38, Las Palmas De
Gran Canaria, Spain. TELEX: 96653 MAHE E. PHONE: (28) 26 02 77. (WK
9/TOFAS 43)

Garlic in soybean oil (Canada). Wants garlic in soybean oil. Quantity:
container loads. Packed in bulk. Product is specialty item used in the
institutional food processing industry. Bank ref upon request. CONTACT: Tim
Pellett, Canadian Garlic Corporation, 15U8 Seaview Drive, Mississauga, Ontario
L5J 1X7, Canada. PHONE: (416)477-7935. (WK 9/TOFAS 36)

Sugar (Egypt). Wants white crysalized sugar for public sector about 20,000 mt
monthly or every two months constantly by international tenders system; and
private sector about 5,000 tons every 3-4 months by direct purchasing.
Specifications: polarization 99.7 degree min.; ash: .07% max.; moisture: .1%
max. Packed in new jute bags inner liner polyethelene in standard weight 50
kilos or 100 kilos. Quote C&F Alexandria. Bank ref: Al-Watany Bank of
Egypt, 50 Abd-Elkhalek Tharwat St., Cairo, Egypt. CONTACT: Ibrahim Mekawi
Abdel Rahman, Arab Johaina International Bus. Co., 171, Mohammad Farib St.,
Cairo, Egypt. TELEX: 21582-21882 PBADLY UN. PHONE: 915929/933555 CAIRO. (WK
9/TOFAS 98)

Sugar, rice (Nigeria). Wants 10,000 mt of sugar cubes (good quality), 20
packets per carton. Also requires 10,000 mt No. 2 long grain parboiled rice.
Packed in 50 kilo bags. Delivery ASAP. All documents to be in English
language. Cash against document (CAD) and FOB, Cotonou. Bank ref: Banque
Commercial Du Benin Agence Centrale Cotonou. CONTACT: Tommy Lewis, Indrep









International, Badaru Street, Surulere, Lagos State, Nigeria. PHONE:
(01)831071 (if unable to reach, try ATO phone (01) 634864 or CABLE: 21670
USEMLA NG ATTN: Tommy Lewis). (WK 9/TOFAS 39)

Red Kidney beans (Yemen Arab Republic). Wants 10,000 cartons of Red Kidney
beans, best available quality. Samples required. Packed 425 grams x 24
cans. Delivery beginning of April. Labels to be printed in Arabic and
English. Production date and expiry date to be mentioned. Quotations needed
C&F Hodeidah. Bank ref: Yemen Bank for Reconstruction and Development,
Zubairi Street, Sana'a or Indosuez Bank, Sana'a. CONTACT: Ahmed Algharassi,
Managing Dir, Algharassi Int'l Trading & Cold Storage, P.O. Box 1270, Sana'a,
Yemen Arab Republic. TELEX: 2263 CARASI YE. PHONE: 240104 or 240103. (WK
9/TOFAS 47)

Sugar tender (Jordan). Tender for 10,000 tons of sugar. Closing date for bid
submission March 8, 1984. Bid specs may be purchased for a non-refundable fee
of J.D. 5 (Note: U.S. dol 1.00 currently equals J.D. .374) from the address
below. All offers must be submitted through Jordanian agents. Firms
submitting bids are requested to send info copy to Embassy Commercial Office,
P.O. Box 354, Amman, Jordan, telex: 21510 USEMB JO. Sugar specs: type:
refined or crystal running, for human consumption, not great than 60 units
Icumsa; humidity: not to exceed .001%; ash: not to exceed 2.001%; and sucrose:
not less than 99.8 degrees. CONTACT: Jordanian Ministry of Supply, P.O. Box
830, Amman, Jordan. TELEX: 21278 MINSUP JO. PHONE: 667-141/661-174. (WK
9/TOFAS 1833)

Plant for Non-fat dry milk (Uruguay). Wishes to contact U.S. suppliers to
help establish non-fat dry milk processing plant. Capacity: 15,000 litres per
hour, with 8.7% of solid matter. Bids must include CIF Montevideo prices.
Bid deadline 04/25/84, 10:30 am. Company ref: Conaprole established in 1936,
is a cooperative society formed by 2,500 private milk producers. It is the
largest of its kind in Uruguay. CONTACT: Cooperativa Nacional De
Productores, De Leche, (Conaprole) Div., Nueva York 1630, Montevideo, Uruguay.
TELEX: 6523 COPROLE UY. CABLE: CONAPROLE. PHONE: 490771. (WK 9/COMMERCE
602)

Sugar tender (England). Wants approximately 1,022 tons of white granulated
sugar; 12 months requirement to be called off as required. Suppliers can
tender for some or all of the goods required. Requests to participate should
be sent to below address. Various delivery points in England and Wales
(approximately 114) Delivery within 14 days of receipt of order from the user
units. No special legal form required, but each supplier will be required to
be jointly and severally liable under the contract. Final date for the
dispatch of invitations to tender: March 12, 1984. Information required:
proof of inscription of the company on a professional register or companies
register in the U.K. or Ireland. Banker's statement, balance sheets for the
past 3 years, a statement of overall turnover, and turnover in respect of the
goods required for the previous 3 financial years. A list of the principal
deliveries effected in the past 3 years, with the sums, dates and recipients,
public or private. Criteria: the lowest acceptable offer or best value for
money having regard to specification, price and delivery. Tenders and all
supporting documents must be priced in sterling and all payments under the
contract will be made in sterling. The contract will conform to the
requirements of the standard conditions of government contracts for store
purchases. Suppliers will be required to conform with all GATT regulations









concerning manufacturing, processing, sale and distribution of all items and
foodstuffs and all aspects of hygiene. CONTACT: Mr. R. M. Bowley, Director,
c/o House Office Supply & Transport Branch, Crown House, 52 Elizabeth Street,
UK-Corby, Northamptonshire NN17 IPJ, England. PHONE: CORBY 2101. (WK
9/COMMERCE 1467)

Instant coffee (United Kingdom). Tender with deadline of March 19, 1984 for
instant coffee (powder and granules) estimated annual consumption: 400 tons.
Tenders may be for all or part of supplies. Requests to participate should be
sent to below address. Approximately 2,650 delivery points as demanded by
health authorities in U.K. Term of contract will be July 1, 1984 to June 30,
1987. Based on estimated requirements to be called off when required. To be
delivered within 14 days of individual call off orders or as otherwise agreed
in the contract. No special legal form required but supplier will be jointly
and severally responsible for contract before acceptance. Final date for the
dispatch of invitations to tender March 30, 1984. Information required:
requests for tenders must be accompanied by evidence as specified in the
following articles of directive 77/62/EEC, unless such evidence has already
been supplied to the authority: articles 22(1) (a), (b) and (c) and 23 (1)
(a), (b), (c) and (d) and proof tht none of the circumstances set out in
article 20 applies to the contractor. Criteria for the award of contract are:
best value for money, the criteria to be given in the invitation to tender.
CONTACT: West Midlands Regional Health Authority, Newland House, Hagley Road
139, UK-Birmingham B16 8UA, England. TELEX: 339 973. PHONE: 021-455-7411.
(WK 9/COMMERCE 1471)

Biscuits (United Kingdom). Tender with deadline March 30, 1984 for biscuits.
Estimated annual consumption of 2,020 tons. Tender may be for all or part of
the supplies. Requests to participate should be sent to below address. Up to
approximately 2,650 delivery points as demanded by health authorities in the
U.K. Term of the contract will be from August 1, 1984 to July 31, 1987.
Based upon estimated requirements to be called off when required. To be
delivered within 14 days of individual call off orders or as otherwise agreed
in the contract. No special legal form required but each supplier will be
required to become jointly and severally responsible for the contract before
acceptance. Final date for the dispatch of invitations to tender: March 30,
1984. Information required: requests for tenders must be accompanied by
evidence as specified in the following articles of directive 77/62/EEC, unless
such evidence has already been supplied to the authority: articles 22(1) (a),
(b), (c); 23 (1) (a), (b), (c) and (d) and proof that none of the
circumstances set out in article 20 applies to contractor. Criteria: best
value for money, and as given in the invitation to tender. CONTACT: West
Midlands Regional Health Authority, Newland House, Hagley Raod 139,
UK-Birmingham B16 8UA, England. TELEX: 339 973. PHONE: 021-455-7411.
(WK 9/COMMERCE 1470)

Feed supplements (Hong Kong). Wants mold inhibitors, feed flavors, feed
addtives, and veterinary products. Amount not yet decided, on trial basis.
Grade A and B. Firm is a very large feed mill. Appropriate export packing.
Delivery ASAP. Quote C&F Hong Kong. Bank ref: The Hong Kong and Shanghai
Banking Corp. CONTACT: Oscar K.H. Lam, Ping Shan Enterprise Co. Ltd, 19,
Queen St., G/F, Hong Kong. TELEX: 86016 SINCO HX. PHONE: 5-412781.
(WK 9/TOFAS 34)









Earthworms (Spain). Wishes to contact U.S. suppliers of earthworms.
Specially interested in the red Californian earthworms. CONTACT: Eurimpex,
Pza San Joaquin 9, Barcelona-6, Spain. PHONE: (19) 3 217 49 72. (WK 9/LETTER
10)

Orchids (Indonesia). Wants orchids, 10,000 pieces, export quality. Packed in
cartons/paper. Delivery 2-3 months. Bank ref: Bank Dagang Negara, Pulomas
Jakarta, Jalan Jen. A. Yani 2, Jakarta Timur Gedung Artha Mas Lantai Dasar.
CONTACT: Pt. Danuwidjaja, J1. Pulomas Utara IId/8 Villa Alfa Mas, Jakarta,
Indonesia. TELEX: 44518 CIKS. PHONE: 480186 Ext. 45. (WK 9/LETTER 12)

Dog breeders and handlers (Nigeria). A Nigerian company wishes to contact
U.S. reputable dog breeders and handlers (such as Doberman and Alsatians) in
order for them to explore possibility of short-term training for one of their
staff. CONTACT: Bayhorns, Ltd, c/o Agricultural Trade Office, American
Embassy, No. 1 Kings College Road, Lagos, Nigeria. TELEX: 21670 USEMBLA NG.
PHONE: (01)634-864. (WK 9/AIRCOMM 5)

Hides and skins (Spain). Interested in direct sale and representation for
cattle hides and skins. Deals in hides and skins and has warehousing
facilities. Interested in importing these from the U.S., as well as acting as
agent or distributor for sporting and athletic goods. Bank ref: Banco
Meridional in Granada. CONTACT: D. Jose Gonzalez Morales, Concha Espina, 23,
Granada, Spain. PHONE: 34/58/110406. (WK 9/COMMERCE 1433)

Canned seafoods, fruits and vegetables (France). Wants canned fruits and
vegetables, and canned fish and other seafoods. Company was established in
1951. Company is agent for canned fruits, vegetables and fish. Bank ref:
Credit Du Nord, Cours Juillet, 33000 Bordeaux. CONTACT: Mr. Coutau Begarie,
Coutau Begarie, 8, Impasse Clemenceau, 33800 Bordeaux, France. TELEX: 560
853 F. PHONE: 01133/56/48-55-17. (WK 9/COMMERCE 6009)

Bottled liquors (Spain). Interested in direct sales representations for
bottled liquors. Small size firm employing 10. Belongs to the DOMECQ Group
which is one of the most important sherry and wine manufacturers in Spain.
Sales estimated for 1983 about U.S. dols 1.8 million. Gross assets estimated
at about U.S. dols 1.4 million. Bank ref: Banco Espanol De Credito, Orense
19, Madrid, Spain. CONTACT: Jose I. De Soto, Manager, Destilerias Unidas,
S.A., Reina Mercedes 20, Madrid 20, Spain. TELEX: 43830. PHONE: 34-1
2548401. (WK 9/COMMERCE 199)

Hides and skins (Japan). Interested in New York wet-salted packer calf skins,
New York wet-salted calf skins. San Francisco wet-salted calf skins and Los
Angeles wet-salted calf skins. Specifications: 5 to 7 lbs. per skin; 7 to 9
lbs per skins and 7 to 12 lbs. per skin. Annual requirement 2,000-6,000
pieces. Quote C&F Yokohama or Kobe including 3% commission. Firm founded in
1969. Trading firm specializing in skins, hides and leather. Bank ref: Fuji
Bank (Kaminarimon Branch) and Sanwa Bank (Asakusa Branch) both in Tokyo.
CONTACT: Mr. Tetsuya Nishizawa, Pres., Nishizawa & Co., Ltd., 2-4-9
Kaminarimon, Taito-Ku, Tokyo 111, Japan. TELEX: J24556 TETNISH. PHONE:
03-845-5551. (WK 9/COMMERCE 2545)









Food products (Chile). Interested in direct sale of unspecified food
products. Company established in 1984, imports and distributes food products
throughout Chile. CONTACT: Gonzalo Velarde M., General Manager, Velarde
Hermanos, Casilla 1145, Valparaiso, Chile. TELEX: 330549. PHONE: 50527.
(WK 9/COMMERCE 7539)

Grocery items (Chile). Interested in direct sales for unspecified quantities
of sliced bacon; frozen meat; frozen chicken; frozen turkey breast; butter in
serving of 10 gms; cheese all types, individual servings and bulk; evaporated
milk in bulk; canned fruits and vegetables; marmalades in individual servings;
breakfast cereals, long grain rice; soda crackers in packages of three;
vegetable oil; beverage bases, flavoring concentrates and bulk packages. Firm
is a division of Marriot Corp. and provides about 20,000 services per day in
Chile to airlines and institutions. Marriot is interested in importing food
products in bulk for the preparation of food they serve and in individual
packages of butter, cheese, crackers and others to accompany their meals.
Marriot requires catalogs and CIF Valparaiso values ASAP. CONTACT:
Alfonso Basterrechea, Admin. Manager, Marriot Chile, S.A., Aeropuerto Merino
Benitez, Casilla 14469, Santiago, Chile. TELEX: 440080 MARRIOTT CZ. PHONE:
719177. (WK 9/COMMERCE 7531)

Corn, barley, soybean meal, wheat (Saudi Arabia). Exclusive buying agent for
importers in Saudi Arabia and Yemen wishes to make contact with U.S. suppliers
for shipment in Feb/March for the following: barley, U.S. Grade No. 2 or
better 15,000 mt in 40/50 kg jute bags; Hard Red Winter wheat U.S. No. 2 or
better 20,000 mt in bulk; White Winter wheat U.S. No. 2 or better, 15,000 mt
in bulk; yellow corn No. 2 or better 20,000 mt in bulk; yellow corn No. 2 in
50 kg jute bags 1,500 mt; white corn No. 2 in bags 500 mt; and feed barley in
bulk 30,000 mt; feed barley in bags 500 mt; and soybean meal in bags 1,000 mt.
Bank ref: UBAF Arab American Bank, Arab Bank Ltd, and Standard Chartered Bank
Ltd, New York. CONTACT: Khalid, General Manager, International Division,
Osman-Omar Inc., 263 Strawberry Hill Road, Stamford, Connecticut 06902, USA.
TELEX: 6819029 INTNL. PHONE: (203)357-8987. (WK 9/TOFAS 2735)


Foreign Trade Developments

Kenya Suspends Duty on Soybean Oil and Tallow. On February 17th the Kenya
Ministry of Finance & Economic Planning announced remission of import duties
payable on crude soybean oil and tallow imported as raw materials for local
manufacturers of refined edible oils, soaps, and related products.

Notice of Foreign Proposals Concerning Standards in Agriculture. As required
of all signatories to the GATT Standards Code, the following notifications of
foreign proposed standards-related rules have been provided for the
information and comment of interested agencies and firms. The Technical
Office invites inquiries from anyone who believes that any of the proposed
regulations notified under this heading could cause a trade problem. From
time to time we also receive information through our embassies in foreign
countries, as is the case this week. Requests for copies or questions can be
referred to Carolyn Wilson, USDA Technical Office, Room 5530 South Agriculture
Building, Washington, D.C. 20250; or phone (202) 382-1318. Anyone interested
in commenting on the proposals should include the TBT Notification Number in
their communication.









Finland TBT Notification 84.22 The Finnish Ministry of Trade and Industry
has proposed an amendment (product covered retail packages for food
products) to the Decree on Food Products. The amendment would revise the
control arrangements to facilitate the verification of sales labelling on food
products being done at import stage. The labelling control will be carried
out in connection with the inspection of food products. The objective and
rationale for the proposal is human health. Final date for comments on the
proposal is April 16, 1984.

EC The Technical Office just received a copy of recent Council Directive No.
83/635/EEC which amends rules applicable to labelling of certain partly or
wholly dehydrated preserved milk for human consumption in the EC.

U.S. Foods Exhibit Section of the Food and Food Equipment Show Taiwan, June
26-28, 1984. The United States food and agricultural industry is hereby
informed that, as part of the continuing efforts to increase the sale and
consumption of U.S. foods and agricultural products overseas, the Foreign
Agricultural Service (FAS) through the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT),
will sponsor a U.S. Foods Exhibit in Taiwan. This promotion of U.S. food
products will be directed toward retailers, wholesalers, the hotel/restaurant,
new-to-market firms, institutional trade, and their suppliers, on the basis
of advice from the Agricultural Officer, the following U.S. products should be
of primary interest to the food trade in Taiwan: canned and fresh fruits and
vegetables, ginseng products (natural and cultivated); health food items;
canned abalone; coffee and creamer (non-dairy); cheese and long life milk;
baby foods; cereals; dried fruits and nuts; canned juices and soft drinks;
snack and confectionary items; dried peas and beans; wine-institutional market
(limited); beef-institutional market (limited).

NOTE: Import of the following items is prohibited: chicken meat; organ
(variety) meats; fresh pears; peanuts; and squid.

The Taiwan market shows excellent market potential. U.S. exporters will have
an opportunity to demonstrate and promote their food products to the Taiwanese
trade. FAS will accept participation agreements on a graduated first-come,
first-served basis until April 27, 1984. Participation fees must accompany
the application for exhibit space. For further information contact: Levi L.
Turner, Trade Exhibit Director, Export Programs Division, Room 4944-S, Foreign
Agricultural Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 20250,
telephone: (202) 475-3415.

U. S. Food Exhibits -- in Singapore and Hong Kong. U.S. agricultural
exporters will have a unique opportunity to explore the potential for their
food products in two key Asian markets next spring. The U.S. Department of
Agriculture, Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS), in cooperation with several
U.S. trade associations and industry groups, is sponsoring American food
exhibits in Singapore (April 24-27) and in Hong Kong (May 1-2, 1984).

Both countries show excellent market potential. Exporters will have an
opportunity to demonstrate and promote their food products to retailers,
wholesalers, the hotel-restaurant and institutional trade and other food
suppliers.

Singapore has become one of the fastest growing markets in the world for food
products--thanks to its role as an Entrepot Center. Recent years have seen a








rapid rise in Singapore's economy which was accompanied by an increase in per
capital income. These factors, coupled with demand for quality foods by hotel
restaurants, tourists, the shipping and airline catering industry, and an
increasing number of foreign residents, make Singapore a growth market for
quality U.S. processed foods. U.S. exports of food to Singapore grew from $90
million in 1979 to an estimated $300 million in 1982. About 75 percent of
these products were re-exported to surrounding countries. Significant imports
include fruits and vegetables, grains, cereals and cereal preparation, coffee,
tea, sugar, spices, frozen poultry, dairy products, meat, meat preparation,
processed foods and U.S. breeder swine.

Hong Kong is a free port and the government seldom interferes in the export
trade. Most goods can enter Hong Kong duty-free and tariff-free. Hong Kong
is a large export market for U.S. oranges and grapes. Other U.S. food items
which find a market there include poultry, shell eggs, beef, catfish, apples,
melons, and lettuce. There is also potential for grocery items as the number
of retail food outlets continues to increase. Any food product normally
offered for sale to the U.S. food service industry can be displayed and
demonstrated at the two food shows. Exhibitor's fees are $500 for the
Singapore "Food and Hotel Asia '84" show and $200 for the Hong Kong show.
Participants must have a representative at the show to discuss their products
with those attending the exhibit. While U.S. based representatives are
preferred, agents and/or distributors are also welcome. FAS will accept
participation agreements on a first-come, first-served basis until March 16,
1984. Participation fees must accompany the application for exhibit space.
For further information contact: Levi L. Turner, Agricultural Marketing
Specialist, Export Programs Division, Room 4944-S Building, Foreign
Agricultural Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 20250.
Telephone: (202) 475-3415



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 to potential foreign buyers.

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.






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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 three 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 or
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




FOREIGN AGRICULTURAL SERVICE COMMODITY SPECIALISTS

In an effort to provide our subscribers with more comprehensive
information we have included a listing of several divisions of the
Foreign Agricultural Service. If you have a commodity-specific question
concerning a marketing or analytical related problem please contact the
specific Commodity and Marketing Programs division for assistance. If
you are concerned about trade issues such as product acceptance in a
country or a trade policy related question please contact the appropriate
division in International Trade Policy.

COMMODITY AND MARKETING PROGRAMS

DIVISION ROOM NO. TELEPHONE

AREA CODE (202)

Dairy, Livestock and Poultry Division 6616-S 447-8031
Grain and Feed Division 5603-S 447-4168
Horticultural and Tropical Products Division 6603-S 447-6590
Oilseeds and Products Division 5646-S 447-7037
Tobacco, Cotton and Seeds Division 5932-S 382-9516
Forest Products Staff 4554-S 382-8138

INTERNATIONAL TRADE POLICY

Trade Policy Planning and Analysis Division 5530-S 382-1312
Inter-America and Western Europe Division 5506-S 382-1338
Asia, Africa and Eastern Europe Division 5548-S 382-1289














NAME OF EVENT
1984 PACIFIC NORTHWEST WORLD 1

DATE OF THE TRADE EXPO
October 2. 3. & 4, 1984

LOCATION
Tacoma Dome. Tacoma, Washington, C

BOOTH SPACE
U.S. $600 per standard 10' x 10' fully dri
paid prior to May 1, 1984
After May 1, 1984, booth space will be C
unit.
Price includes one 2-line identification s
drape and space dividers, three exhibitor
badges, a limited number of compliment
passes and visitor identification badges.


1984 Pacific Northwest

World Trade Expo
OCTOBER 2,3, 4,1984 TACOMA DOME TACOMA, WASHINGTON


EXHIBITORS
RADE EXPO Manufacturers, service organizations, traders, sales
representatives, agents, associations, banks and
financial groups and other entities approved by the
World Trade Expo Authority upon application.

EXHIBITOR MANUAL
I.S.A. An information manual will be forwarded not more
than 120 days in advance of the show. The manual will
contain exhibiting hints, rental furniture available, utility
aped booth if order forms, drayage, as well as scheduling
information and check sheets.
J.S. $800 per
OFFICIAL SHOW PROGRAM
Includes company name, product, contact name, address
ign, back and exhibit guide. The program will be made available
r name to attendees, media. U.S. corporations as well as
itary exhibit overseas commercial offices in 67 countries.


RESERVE YOUR BOOTH SPACE NOW

You are cordially invited to attend and participate in this unique marketing opportunity.
Please check the appropriate box or boxes below for additional information.


FOR APPLICATION & INFORMATION CONTACT:
Jack Easum. President
1984 Pacific Northwest World Trade Expo
P. O. Box 28428
Spokane. WA 99229-9428 U.S.A.

PHONE: (509) 838-6600


OUTSIDE THE U.S.
For assistance or information regarding the Pacific
Northwest World Trade Expo. please contact the
nearest U.S. Embassy Foreign Commercial Service Officer.

TELEX: 910-444-4091
(answer back: WA-DCED-SEA)


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0 RESERVE BOOTH SPACE (s). Check for $ is enclosed.
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O WORLD TRADE SUMMIT CONFERENCE. Please send details.
ALL RESPONDENTS: Please supply the following information.


Name:

Title:


Phone: (_


1984 PACIFIC NORTHWEST
WORLD TRADE EXPO
October 2. 3 and 4. 1984
Tacoma Dome
Tacoma. Washington U.S.A.


O I think we should exhibit, but the decision rests with my
Representative/Distributor/Licensee whose name and
address is given below. Please contact:


REPRESENTATIVE DISTRIBUTOR/ LICENSEE


City: State: Zip Code:

Country: Telex #:


Our Products:


Company: Title:

Address:

Phone: ( ) Telex __


Company:


Address:


Name:






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 issues) S 3.00 S 4.00
10003 COFFEE (3 iues) 5.00 10.00
10004 COTTON (12 imues) 20.00 30.00

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

GRAINS:
__10010 WORLD GRAIN SITUATION & OUTLOOK (18 inues) 31.00 45.00
10011 EXPORT MARKETS FOR US. GRAIN (12 ieus) 20.00 30.00
10013 USSR GRAIN SITUATION & OUTLOOK (12 iues) 15.00 20.00
10014 ALL 42 REPORTS LISTED ABOVE 66.00 96.00

___10015 HORTICULTURAL PRODUCTS (12 inues) 20.00 30.00
_10016 OILSEEDS & PRODUCTS (14 inues) 30.00 45.00
10017 SEEDS (4 iues) 9.00 15.00
10018 SUGAR, MOLASSES & HONEY (4 issues) 7.00 11.00
___10019 TEA, SPICES & ESSENTIAL OILS (3 iaes) 5.00 7.00
10020 TOBACCO (12 iues) 25.00 40.00
10021 WORLD CROP PRODUCTION (12 issue) 18.00 25.00

____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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