Export briefs


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Export briefs
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AIMS (Organization : U.S.)
United States -- Agricultural Information and Marketing Services
United States -- Foreign Agricultural Service. -- Export Promotion Division
United States -- Foreign Agricultural Service. -- Export Trade Services Division
Export Trade Services Division, Foreign Agricultural Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
Place of Publication:
Washington, D.C


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Produce trade -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )
Export marketing -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )
federal government publication   ( marcgt )


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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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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-oiginating the qili ry. You may also contact the Export
Promotion Division, FAS, (2 247,71 .- A

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January 9, 1984

Pistachio nuts (Saudi Arabia). Wants 5 mt of pistachio nuts in poly bags,
packed in cartons or bags. Delivery ASAP. Quote FOB or C&F Jidda. Will pay
cash in advance. CONTACT: Riaz Ahmed, Kharia Est., Box 17323, Jidda, Saudi
Arabia. TELEX: 405307 HEZ SJ. Phone: 6110709. (WK 1/TOFAS 256)

Lard (Hong Kong). Wants 30 mt edible lard (trial order, if satisfactory, will
lead to extensive business). Grade A or B Packed in 150 kg drum. Delivery
ASAP. Quote CIF Hong Kong & CIF Canton. Bank ref: Bank of China. CONTACT:
Ms. Marina Lau, Valin Enterprises Corp., Suite 802-8, Nanyang Commercial Bank
Building, Des Voeux Road, Central, Hong Kong. TELEX: 65790 LMPC HX.
Phone: 5-441045. (WK 1/TOFAS 291)

Chilled beef (Saudi Arabia). Wants chilled beef, 5 10 mt per shipment, USDA
Choice. Specs: pistol trimmed, 7-8 ribs, shank on, no kidney, no kidney fat.
Cloth wrapped. Delivery ASAP. USDA inspected Halal slaughter. Slaughter
expiration dates required. Quote C&F Jidda by airfreight or FOB Kennedy
International Airport. Bank ref: Saudi Cairo Bank, Jidda. CONTACT:
Nader A. Houri, Halwani Bros., P.O. Box 690, Jidda, Saudi Arabia. TELEX:
401118 HALAWA SJ. Phone: 6369810. (WK 1/TOFAS 258)

Frozen boneless beef (Saudi Arabia). Wants one 20 ft. container of 25% No.
#112 ribeye; 20% No. #180 striploin; 35% No. #109 rib; and 20% No. #189A
tenderloin. USDA choice. One type of cut per carton. Delivery ASAP. USDA
inspected Halal slaughter, freezing and expiration dates. Quote C&F Jidda.
Bank ref: Saudi Cairo Bank, Jidda. CONTACT: Nader A. Houri, Halwani Bros.,
P.O. Box 690, Jidda, Saudi Arabia. TELEX: 401118 HALAWA SJ. Phone:
6369810. (WK 1/TOFAS 259)

Boneless beef (Saudi Arabia). Wants chilled boneless beef, 5 10 mt, seven
cuts boneless from pistolas, USDA Choice. Each cut vacuum packed, 7 cuts per
pack in 2 containers. One container with 4 packs, the second container 3
packs. Delivery ASAP January if possible. USDA inspected Halal slaughter.
Slaughter and expiration dates required. Quote C&F Jidda by airfreight or FOB
Kennedy International airport. Bank ref: Saudi Cairo Bank, Jidda. CONTACT:
Nader A. Houri, Halwani Bros., P.O. Box 690, Jidda, Saudi Arabia. TELEX:
401118 HALAWA SJ. Phone: 6369810. (WK 1/TOFAS 260)

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

Crayfish (Guyana). Wants 100 crayfish: 50 males, 50 females. Delivery ASAP.
Quote CIF. Bank ref: Royal Bank of Canada, Main Branch, Water Street
Georgetown, Guyana. CONTACT: John S. De Freitas, Mgn Dir., Central garage
(Guyana) Ltd, 7-9 Ave. of the Republic, Georgetown, Guyana, SA. Cable: FRETUS
GEORGETOWN. Phone: 02-62401. (WK 1/TOFAS 126)
Flour (Netherlands). Wants flour for preparing corn chips and/or pellets,
container loads. Quote CIF/FOB. Bank ref: Amro Bank-Veenendaal. CONTACT:
Dick Van Megchelen, Duyvis Recter B.V., P.O. Box 4, 1540 AA Koog A/D Zaan,
Holland. TELEX: 19027. Phone: 075/127540. (WK 1/TOFAS 517)

Rice (Netherlands). Wants paddy long grain rice, max. 5% broken; brown
(cargo) long grain rice max. 10% broken & 3% A.D.; and white (milled) long
grain rice. Total volume 14,000 mt as first shipment. Packed in bulk or bags
(50 kgs). Delivery Jan. March 1984. Quote C&F Hondeda or Sanaba (N.
Yemen). Bank ref: ABN, Rotterdam. CONTACT: H.R. De Vries, Khalifa & Rene
Import/Export, P.O. Box 2107, 3022 GB Rotterdam, Netherlands. TELEX: 32412.
Phone: 10-777434. (WK 1/TOFAS 519)

Walnuts, almonds, peanuts (France). Wants premium quality walnuts, almonds,
and peanuts. Packed in bags or cases. Delivery year round. Quote CIF Le
Havre, C&F Le Havre, FOB Le Havre. Bank ref: Banque Nationale De Paris, 41,
Boulevard De Verdun, 92400 Courbevoie. CONTACT: Roger Zarrouk, Troized
International, 31 & 33, 92400 Rue Lambrechts, Courbevoie-Defense, France.
TELEX: 611 249F TROIZED. Phone: (1)3335173. (WK 1/TOFAS 516)
Beet juice (France). Wants beet juice (Borscht), 300 cartons of 12 bottles
each, premium quality. Packed in cartons. Delivery Feb. 1984. Quote CIF Le
Havre. Bank ref: Banque Pommier, 59, Rue Du Faubourg Pdissonniere, 75009
Paris. CONTACT: Ms. Marilyne Elkeslassy, CIPAC, 8, Rue Mousset Robert, 75012
Paris, France. TELEX: 250 303 PHILLIC X PARIS. Phone: (1)3440093. (WK
1/TOFAS 522)

Filbert or hazelnut seedlings (Poland). Wants two seedlings each of filbert
or hazelnut trees. Quality highest yielding varieties. Suggest Butler and
Ennis varieties. Quotations CIF to Warsaw Airport. CONTACT: Jan Hayder,
Ratuszowa 7/6, 37700 Prezemysl, Poland. Phone: 214619 Warsaw, Poland. (WK
1/TOFAS 164)

Peas, garbonzas, popcorn (Colombia). Wants lentils 5,150 mt U.S. No. 1 or No.
Z bulk or bagged; 7,750 mt of U.S. No. 1, No. 2, or No 3 whole Alaska green
peas or small Sieve Alaska green peas bulk or bagged; 7,750 mt of Austrian
Winter peas, bulk or bagged; 1,200 mt of garbanzos, bulk or bagged; 2,700 mt
of yellow popcorn, bulk or bagged; 4,750 mt of whole yellow dry peas, bulk.
Delivery one half of quantities in Jan '84 and second half in Feb. '84.
Colombian sanitary requirement, phytosanitary certification. Quote FOB U.S.
shipping ports ASAP. These products are being purchased for a pool of buyers
led to believe that the government of Colombia would give import licenses.
Wants to supply these products for many small purchasers. Bank ref: Bank of
America, Main Office in Bogota. CONTACT: Danuel Atuesta, Cargill Colmbiana
S.A., Carrera 7 No. 32-33, Piso 18, Bogota L. D.E., Colombia. TELEX: 44-831
CGL-CO. Cable: CARGILL. Phone: 273-9146/283-9225/281-7316. (WK 1/TOFAS

Grass seed (Poland). Wants grass seed of Canadian Blue grass (Latin: POA
Compressa), in separated varieties particularly those suitable to heavy
traffic. Quantity 20-30 gram samples of each variety for testing (before
decision to be made re: Commercial Scale Purchase). Delivery ASAP.
Quotations CIF Airport Warsaw, Poland. CONTACT: Wlodzimierz Przybylski,
Brzeska 5-63, 03-739 Warszawa, Poland. TELEX: (ATO Warsaw) 816131 USATO PL.
Phone: 214619 Warsaw, Poland (ATO). (WK 1/TOFAS 165)

French fries (Ireland). Wants frozen French fries, 3/8 and 7/16 inch sizes or
similar. Quantity: 2,000 tons/annum. Delivery early April 1984. Quotations
CIF, FOB & C&F Irish Port. Bank ref: Allied Irish Bank, Church Place,
Killarney Co. Kerry. CONTACT: Pat Buckley, C&R Frozen Foods Ltd., Ross Road,
Killarney, Co., Kerry, Ireland. TELEX: 26922 CRFF ET. Phone: (064)
31687/31692. (WK 1/TOFAS 174)

Cornmeal (Ireland). Wants degermed yellow cornmeal (granulated), container
loads, 750-1,000 tons per annum equally distributed through year. Typical
analysis: moisture content, less than 12.5%, 8.25% protein, 0.5-0.9% fat max.
Size: all to pass through U.S. No. 20 screen, approx. 25% through No. 30,
approx. 55% through No. 40, max 5% not passing through No. 40. Packaging: 50
lb. bags. Bags in 40 ft. container loads. Delivery 750-1,000 tons starting
end June 1984. Quotations CIF Dublin or Cork, per container. Bank ref:
Allied Irish Bank, Liberty Square, Thurles, County Tipperary. CONTACT: Frank
Conroy, Appledore, Liscahill, Thurles, County Tipperary, Ireland. Phone:
0504-21109. (WK 1/TOFAS 176)

Veneer (Ireland). Wants Red Oak veneer, rotary cut; red and white oak veneer,
flat cut. Quantity 100,000 M2/annum. Quality sound. Delivery sample
consignment immediately, say 1,000 leaves. Quotations CIF Dublin. Bank ref:
Bank of Ireland, 60 Malahide road, Coolock, Dublin 5. CONTACT: John McCabe,
Dublin Plywood & Veneer Co., 3A Airways Industrial Estate, Swords Road,
Cloghran, Co. Dublin, Ireland. TELEX: 25338 El. Phone: (01) 428411. (WK
1/TOFAS 175)
Raw cotton (Pakistan). Wants cotton raw (lint) 30,000 bales, staple length
1-1/32 inches and below pressely 90,000 or/and above, packed in bales.
Delivery Feb/March shipment, destination Karachi. Label marks in English
Language. Quotations C&F Karachi. Bank ref: Bank of America, New Jubilee
Insurance Buildings, I.I. Chundrigar Road, Karachi. CONTACT: Akbar All
Hashwani, Hassan Ali & Co., Ltd., 66 Cotton Exchange Bldg., I.I. Chundrigar
Road, Karachi, Pakistan. TELEX: 2709 HASHU. Cable: LAILO. Phone: 227713 to
227717. (WK 1/TOFAS 231)

Corn (France). Wants whole kernel sweet corn, 20 containers per year, fancy
quality. Packed in cartons vacuum packed. Delivery year long. Labeling as
per FDA regulations. Quotations FOB Le Havre; CIF Le Havre. Bank ref: Caisse
Regionale De Credit Agricole, 101x 49040 Angers Cedex. CONTACT: Mr. Allard,
Euroconserves, B.P. 20, 49250 Beaufort-En-Vallee, France. TELEX: 720 804F.
Phone: (41) 47 41 78. (WK 1/TOFAS 528)
Salt (W. Germany). Wants salt for dish washers 10,000 tons per year, normal
packaging in Z kg cartons or sacks. Also wants table salt 5,000 tons,
Siedesalz (boiled), vacuum packed in 500 gram cartons, and 50 kg plastic bags.
Delivery ASAP. Quote CIF Hamburg in D-Marks. Firm was established in 1968,
exports and imports food, food packaging machinery and other goods and sells

to several German supermarket chains. Bank ref: Bayerische Hypotheken- Und
Wechselbank, Muenchen. CONTACT: Georg Hajnal, Hajnal GMBH & Co. Imp Und Exp.
Kg, Mauerkircherstr. 10, D-8000 Muenchen 80, W. Germany. TELEX: 528056.
Phone: 089/983541. (WK 1/ST. 4979)
Noodles (W. Germany). Wants noodles, best quality, consumer sizes, 250 gram
or 500 gram. Delivery ASAP. Quotations CIF Hamburg in D-Marks. Firm was
established in 1968, exports and imports food, food packaging machinery and
other goods. Bank ref: Bayerische Hypotheken-Und Wechselbank, Muenchen.
CONTACT: Georg Hajnal, Hajnal GMBH & Co. Imp Und Exp Kg, Mauerkircherstrasse
10, D-8000 Muenchen 80, W. Germany. TELEX: 528056. Phone: 089/983541. (WK
1/ST. 4978)
Sugar (W. Germany). Wants white crystal sugar, 50,000 tons, 99.7. Packed in
50 kg bags. Delivery ASAP. Quote CIF Limosol, Cyprus. Payment: Letter of
Credit. Firm was established in 1968, export and imports food, food packaging
machinery and other goods. Bank ref: Bayerische Hypotheken-Und Wechselbank,
Muenchen, Germany. CONTACT: Georg Hajnal, Hajnal GMBH & Co. Imp Und Exp Kg,
Mauerkircherstr. 10, D-8000 Muenchen 80, W. Germany. TELEX: 528056. Phone:
089/983541. (WK 1/ST. 4977)

Cigarettes (W. Germany). Wants cigarettes, 50,000 cartons monthly for one
year. Packed in cartons. Delivery ASAP. Shipment to Arabian countries.
Quotations CIF Limosol, Cyprus, Letter of Credit terms. Firm was established
in 1968, export and imports, food packaging machinery and other goods. Bank
ref: Bayerische Hypotheken-Und Wechselbank. CONTACT: Georg Hajnal, Hajnal
GMBH & Co. Imp Und Exp Kg, Mauerkircherstr. 10, D-8000 Muenchen 80, W.
Germany. TELEX: 528056. Phone: 089/983541. (WK 1/ST. 4976)

Dried citrus fruits (W. Germany). Wants dried citrus fruit (fiber from citrus
fruits lemon, orange, grapefruit; not peel). This pharmaceutical firm could
not yet give information on desired quantity, quality or packaging since the
product is new to them. CONTACT: Marina Weihs, Hans Bischoff GMBH,
Friedrich-Ebert-Strasse 2, 5000 Koeln 50, W. Germany. TELEX: 8 883 468 HABI
D. (WK 1/TOFAS 131)

Canned pineapple (Netherlands). Wants canned pineapple, 400-500 tons, whole
sliced, 1st quality (for use in bakery stores). Packed in one gallon cans on
standard pellets. Delivery 3rd & 4th quarter 1984. Private label. Quotations
FOB East Coast & Gulf Ports. Bank ref: ABN, Bladel. CONTACT: M.C.A. Heij,
Bakker & Kok B.V., Averbodelaan 17, 5095 As Hooge Mierde, Netherlands.
Phone: 4259-1979. (WK 1/TOFAS 521)
Wheat germ oil (Netherlands). Wants wheat germ oil, 10 gallons, finest
quality for cosmetic purposes. Packed in gallon drums. Delivery ASAP.
Quotations CIF and/or C&F (by air) Amsterdam. Bank ref: Amro-Bank, Breda.
CONTACT: J. H. Van De Steenoven, Masteco B.V., Wilhelminasingel 40A, 4817 JX
Breda, Netherlands. TELEX: 54812 (UTI NL). Phone: 76-220033. (WK 1/TOFAS

Vegetable oil tender (Egypt). Request bids for tender No. 34/1983-84 for
22,000 tons vegetable oils, any origin except Spain (free currency) as
follows: 20,000 tons bulk cottonseed oil (semi refined) or sunflower oil
(raw), arrival Egyptian Ports as follows: 10,000 tons LH Feb. '84 and 10,000

tons arrival FH March '84; 2,000 tons fully refined cottonseed oil and/or
soybean oil in new 18/18 or 18/20 new steel drums March '84. Committee has
right to increase/decrease quantity. Offers submitted in sealed envelopes
latest noon, Thurs., Jan 12, '84. Conditions and specs obtained against
payment of L.E. 5 per copy attached with offer. Ministerial decree no.
1036/1978 complied with. Offers thru Egyptian agent. CONTACT: General
Authority for Supply Commodities Purchasing Committee for Plant Products, 24,
Gomhoria St., Cairo, Egypt. TELEX: 92062 ESTRAM-UN. Cable: ESTRAM. (WK
1/TOFAS 471)
Soybean meal (Egypt). Bagged 44% soybean meal, 12,000 mt annually, packed in
jute bags or equivalent. Delivery ASAP. Seeking an arrangement on an ongoing
basis as a commissioned agent. Quotations C&F Alexandria. Bank ref: Bank of
Alexandria. CONTACT: Dr. Sami Al Iskandrani, Amerab, 5, Tahreer Square,
Cairo, Egypt. TELEX: 308 SALLY UN; 92488 NUROK UN. Phone: 29080-701015.
(WK 1/TOFAS 475)

Cotton (Bangladesh). Banglandesh trading company seeking U.S. supplier of raw
cotton. Quantity and quality unknown. Bank ref: Rupali Bank, Rathkola,
Dhaka. CONTACT: M. A. Awal, Haji Mohd. Fakirchand & Sons Ltd., G.P.O. Box
No. 82, Dhaka-2, Bangladesh. TELEX: 65748 OCN BJ ATTN: HANDMARK. Cable:

Wheat flour (Saudi Arabia). Wants wheat flour, about 60,000 mt, packed in 100
lb cotton bags per annum, 72% extraction, protein 12%, moisture 14%, ash,
0.55%. Delivery 4 times yearly. Lables must be in Arabic and expiration date
is required. Quotations C&F Jidda. Bank ref: Arab National Bank, Makkah,
Riyadh Bank, Kilo 2, Saudi American Bank. CONTACT: S. Gibreel, Fizarahman,
Osma Khairi Hafez Trading Est., P. 0. Box 8800, Jidda, Saudi Arabia. TELEX:
402655 GITI SJ. Cable: SAMOZAD JEDDAH. Phone: 6432293/6445041/6447422. (WK
1/TOFAS 268)

Peanuts, confectionary products (Chile). Wants peanuts 50,000 dollars
annually in partial shipments. Packed in aluminum packages of 100-200 grams.
Also wants confectionary products for decoration (as chocolate fancies,
rainbox mix, flowers, and food colors). Quantity: 30,000 dollars annually in
partial shipments. Packed in bulk. Quote CIF Valparaido. Bank ref: Banco De
Chile, Prat 698, Valparaiso. CONTACT: Gonzalo Velarde, Velarde Hnos., San
Martin 50, Valparaiso, Chile. TELEX: 330549 VELARD CK. Phone: 50527,
Valparaiso. (WK 1/TOFAS 347)

Rabbit farm (Egypt). Interested in turnkey rabbit farm with capacity of 500
animals, California breed. Delivery ASAP. Quotations: equipment CIF
Alexandria; animals CIF Cairo. Bank ref: National Bank Cairo. CONTACT: M.
Mokhtar, International Co. for Development and Trade, 88, Kasr El Eini Street,
Cairo, Egypt. Phone: 23330. (WK 1/TOFAS 473)

Corn, split soybeans (Israel). Wants split soybeans. Shipments monthly:
4,uuu mt each, packed bulk. Immediate delivery. Quotations FOB Gulf. Also
wants oil rich corn, 40,000 mt per year. Germ oil content 45% or better,
packed in bulk. Quotations FOB Gulf. CONTACT: Eitan Steif, Miloubar Central
Feed Mill Corporation Ltd., Mobile Post Ashrat, Israel. TELEX: MILANI
46398. Phone: 04-911121. (WK 1/TOFAS 77)

Wine (W. Germany). Wants high quality California wines in bottles. Sample
shipment first. Packed six bottles per carton. Delivery ASAP. Quote FOB
Hamburg. Firm was established on May 3, 1983, employs 3, imports and
distributes wine, dental supplies, and sporting goods. Company currently
represents Italian and British firms. Bank ref: Raiffeisenbank in Wangen,
Kreis Goeppingen. CONTACT: Andreas Brannaschk, Dentimex GMBH, Levelingstr.
6A, D-8000 Muenchen 80, W. Germany. TELEX: 524125. Phone: 089/4314678. (WK
1/St. 4998)

Hides & skins (Spain). Wants hides and skins in general, also semi finished
hides and skins in general. Interested party acts as agent on a commission
basis handling all types hides and skins. Marketing territory covers all of
Spain. Established 1973. Employs 5 persons. Quote CIF (Barcelona or
Valencia). English correspondence acceptable. Bank ref: Banco De Bilbao &
Banca Catalana, both at La Garriga (Barcelona). CONTACT: Francisco Picamoles
Laval, Mgr, Franco Espanola Del Cuero, SA, Can Noguera, 23, La Garriga,
Barcelona, Spain. TELEX: 52057. Cable: FRESDEC. Phone: (343) 8714308. (WK
1/Commerce 1251)
Fruit juice (Spain). Direct sale/representation fruit juice (Hippophae
Rhamnoides), concentration; red beet juice (Beta Vulgaris), concentration.
Manufacturer and importer of dietetic and health food products. Established
1977. Employs 10 with 25 sales agents throughout Spain. Annual sales
estimated at about U.S. dols 1.6 million. Firm asks for tenders with
samples. Bank ref: Banco De Sabadell; Banca Catalana; Banco Popular & Banco
De Santander, all in Barcelona. CONTACT: Jose M. Ysas, Tech. Mgr., Productos
Dieteticos, S.A., Baixa Sant Antonio 37, Igualada, Barcelona, Spain. TELEX:
51805 PDIE. Phone: 34/3/8042161. (WK 1/Commerce 1352)

Canned fruits & vegetables (Cameroon). Wants canned fruits and vegetables.
Prospective buyer requires price list FOB New York or other U.S. Port for
Yaoude. Supplies customers in Congo, Central African Republic and Cameroon
(UDEAC countries) with a range of items, particularly food. May move office
to France sometime in 1984 and is reviewing business operations. Will provide
Confirmed Irrevocable Letter of Credit in support of orders. Financial
reference: Boston Bank Cameroon. CONTACT: M. Philippe Coupe, Sogelcam, B.P.
1503, Yaounde, Cameroon. (WK 1/Commerce 1024)

Animal feed (England). Wants products for the animal feed industry; also pet
food products/vitamin & mineral supplements. Established 1930. Annual sales
volume 5 to 25 million U.S. dollars. Subsidiary of Roy Wilson Dickson
Holdings Limited at the same location. Bank ref: Midland Bank, 4 Dale Street,
Liverpool L69 2BZ. CONTACT: M.R.D. Gayford, Mgr, Dir., Roy Wilson Dickson
Ltd.,, Dudley House, 2 Price St., Birkenhead, Merseyside L41 6JN, England.
TELEX: 627700 ROYDIC G. Phone: (051) 647-8986. (WK 1/Commerce 25727)
Smoked salmon (England). Company wishes to import best smoked salmon, fish
pates and all top quality fish delicatessen foods in large quantities. Bank
ref: Barclays Bank Ltd., Sloane Square, London SW1. CONTACT: Ms. Julia
Talbot Rice, Dir., Jubilee House Foods Limited, Jubilee House, 70 Cadogan
Place, England. TELEX: 8951859. Phone: 01 235 0034. (WK 1/TOFAS 23)
White corn & white corn meal (England). Company wishes to import ten tons for
human consumption of the finest grade white corn and white cornmeal packed in

50 kilo bags. Quotations CIF Manchester or Liverpool. Bank ref: Standard
Chartered Bank, Manchester. CONTACT: R. A. Salloo, M. B. Saloo & Sons Ltd.,
Gilnow Lane, Bolton, Lancashire, England. Phone: 0204 21790. (WK 1/TOFAS 24)
Fertile eggs of ducks, or duckling (Ecuador). Wants fertile eggs of ducks, or
duckling, 500 units. Cambell and other well known commercial duck breeds.
Normal packaging. Delivery between 30-60 days. Also needs information on
producing ducks for both eggs and meat. Quotations FOB U.S. port and C&F
Quito. Bank ref: Banco La Previsora. Contact: Rafael Poveda, Finca Santa
Monica, Ministerio de Agricultura, Mag 9 No. Pisco Quito, Ecuador. Telex:
2291 MAG EG. Phone: Home: 533-585. Office: 554-122, ext. 232. (Wk
1/TOFAS 263).

Roses (Malaysia). Wants 30,000 stalks of roses, all varieties and colors (for
ceremony celebrating Bhunei National Independence). Deliver air freight,
February 18, 1984 (for display Feb. 23-25). Quote CIF Bandar Sri Bagawan,
Brunei. Bank ref: Citibank, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Contact: Jayaram
Krishnan, Interlink Florals, No. 1, SSSC/10, Petaling Jaya, Selangor,
Malaysia. Telex: MA 30016. Phone: (03) 746567. (Wk 1/TOFAS 239).

Fruits (Malaysia). Wants oranges, apples, plums, pears and grapes, 50
containers per year. Export grade. Normal export packaging. Delivery ASAP.
Quotations CIF Port Kelang, Malaysia. Bank ref: Bank of America, Kuala
Lumpur, Malaysia. Contact: Chang Eng Yang, Lung Tow Food Industries, SDN,
BHD., 13-A, Kepond Light Industrial Area, Kepong Garden, Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia. Telex: MA 31952 LTFOOD. Phone: (03) 662996 and 665167.
(Wk 1/TOFAS 240).

Cooking spice mixture (England). Wants cooking spice mixture as used in the
preparation of Creole style seafood and chicken dishes popular in Alabama and
Louisiana. Company wishes to contact U.S. exporters of above spice mixture.
Initial quantity should be minimum for sample testing and evaluation. Highest
available quality desired packed in standard packs. Quotes delivered CIF
London via airfreight. Bank ref: Barclays Bank Plc, 211 Hamlet Court Rd,
Westcliffe on Sea, Essex. Contact: Mr. K. J. Watkin, 'Witsend' Great Braxted,
Nr. Witham, Essex CM8 3EF, England. Phone: 0702 330972. (Wk 1/TOFAS 22).

Foreign Market Developments:

U.S.A. Pavilion SIAL '84, June 18-22, 1984, Paris, France. The deadline for
participation agreements for the U.S.A. Pavilion at SIAL '84 has been extended
until January 31, 1984. Space, however, is selling fast. Please send your
agreement in today. CONTACT: Debra Henke, Project Leader, U.S. Department of
Agriculture, Room 4944-S, Washington, D.C. 20250. (WK 1/TOFAS 1)

The Union Bank of Switzerland has completed a study "The Swiss Retail Food
Trade", analyzing changes in pattern of retail outlets emerging trends in food
consumption, etc. in Switzerland. This report, released November 1983 is part
of UBS' Business Cycle and Industry Studies series. Please refer specifically
to The Swiss Retail Food Trade, November 1983. To receive a free English copy
of this report contact:
Union Bank of Switzerland
299 Park Avenue
New York, New York 10171

Phone: (212) 715-3305.

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

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 February
29, 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
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 proposals 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 Blgd.,
Washington, D.C. 20250, or phone (202) 382-1327.

New Zealand- The Technical Office was advised by our Embassy that New Zealand,
in an effort to rationalize the present beverage standards and provide for new
products, has drafted standards for fruit drinks, flavored drinks, and
flavored milk drinks. Comments have been requested by the Government of New
Zealand by February 20, 1984.

Saudi Arabia- A royal order has been issued recently enforcing the use of the
Islamic calendar for all official purposes including agreements, notices, and
determination of expiry dates on food products. In cases where it is required
to show the Gregorian date, the official date must be shown. The Saudi
Arabian Standards Organization (SASO) will be charged with implementation but
has not yet prepared the regulations. SASO says adequate public notice will
be given.
Canada- The Province of Quebec revised its wine laws to liberalize
restrictions on the import of bulk wine and wines of controlled appelation by
local wineries. New regulations on wine bottled and sold by local wineries
were also approved. There were no changes in basic pricing policies.
European Community- The EC issued revised regulations concerning common
standard for the water content of frozen and deep-frozen chickens, hens, and

Taiwan- Import restrictions on semen and embryos from the United States have
been lifted subject to the following conditions: semen and embryos must be
certified to come from states where there has been no outbreak of Vesicular
Stomatitis for the past 12 months and to have been taken from animals which
tested negative to the serum neutralization test prior to shipment.

Import ban on live animals remains in effect pending determination expected
within the next 8-10 days.


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

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


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.



Dairy, Livestock and Poultry Division 6616-S 447-8031
Grain & 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


Trade Policy Planning and Analysis Division
Inter-America and Western Europe Division
Asia, Africa and Eastern Europe Division




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