Tag: Cereal

Announcement of the Chinese Nutrition Society on the issuance of 3 group standards including the Nutrition Guidelines for Weight Management of School-age Children
By: Date: 2021-06-10 Categories: authoritativerelease Tags: ,

According to the”Chinese Nutrition Society Group Standards Management Measures”, the Chinese Nutrition Society Regulations and Standards Working Committee organized the review, approved the”School-age Children Weight Management Nutrition Guidelines” (T/CNSS 011-2021),”Whole Grain and Whole Grain Food Judgment and The three group standards of General Rules for Identification (T/CNSS 008-2021) and the “Management Regulations for the Construction of Healthy Canteens” (T/CNSS 012-2021) are now being released, and the standards will be officially implemented on July 1, 2021.

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The world cereal market in 2021/22 will usher in a new high in output, but stocks are expected to rise only slightly
By: Date: 2021-06-05 Categories: industrynews Tags: ,

Current production prospects show that global cereal production will achieve moderate growth for the third consecutive year, and the first forecast of world cereal output by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization in 2021 is close to 2.821 billion tons (including milled rice equivalent), a record high Increased by 1.9%in 2020. This year’s production increase is expected to come mainly from corn, which is expected to increase by 3.7%over 2020. Global wheat production is also expected to increase by 1.4%year-on-year, while the increase in rice production is 1.0%.

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Global food prices are rising rapidly! The highest level in the past 10 years! But a positive signal came
By: Date: 2021-06-05 Categories: Internationalfood Tags: ,

The data released by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations on the 3rd showed that in May this year, the”FAO Food Price Index” averaged 127.1 points, an increase of 4.8%month-on-month and a year-on-year increase of 40%, marking the 12th consecutive month that the food price index has risen and climbed. To the highest level in the past 10 years. The transaction prices of coffee and tea are also significantly higher.

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In-depth analysis of selenium in grains from the perspective of the total amount of selenium to the chemical form
By: Date: 2021-05-12 Categories: foodtechnology Tags: ,

In April 2021, Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety (IF 9.9), an international TOP academic journal for food, published a paper by the School of Food Science and Engineering, Nanjing University of Finance and Economics. This article systematically explained the selenium content and bioaugmentation pathways in grains, discussed the analysis process and technical methods of different chemical forms of selenium in grains, revealed the relationship between the forms of selenium and its biological activity, and discussed the research on selenium derived from grains. The main problems and development trends facing in the future.

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Russian Ministry of Agriculture predicts that food inflation will fall in the second quarter
By: Date: 2021-04-17 Categories: Internationalfood Tags: ,

Russia’s ZERNO News Network reported on April 11 that Avilisov, director of the Agricultural Analysis Center of the Russian Ministry of Agriculture, said that the Russian food inflation rate may slow down in the second quarter. The price-limiting measures taken by the Russian government will gradually take effect starting from the second quarter. Since December last year, the prices of cereals, flour, sugar and sunflower oil in Russia have fallen. The drop in grain prices has avoided the rise in the cost of domestic bakery products, and will have an impact on feed production and other related industries in the next month.

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China becomes the main buyer of Ukrainian grains in 2020
By: Date: 2021-02-19 Categories: Internationalfood Tags: ,

Foreign media news on February 18:Nikolai Pugachev, deputy director of the National Institute of Agricultural Economics of the National Academy of Agricultural Sciences (NAAS) of Ukraine, said that since 2011, Egypt has been the largest importer of Ukrainian cereals. However, in 2020, China will replace Egypt as the number one buyer of Ukrainian grains.

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