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Australia: Barely production estimated to slip 2.6 million tonnes in 2021-22

Australian grain production is expected to be strong in the 2021-22 marketing year following a record-breaking wheat production year and two years of drought, according to a report from the ...
Publié 26/07/2021 Plus d`info



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Germany: Beer industry likely to continue to see subdued sales in 2021

Following a 5.1% volume decline last year, the cancellation of the annual Oktoberfest celebrations means that German brewers are likely to continue to see subdued sales in 2021, according to ...
Publié 26/07/2021 Plus d`info



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Ukraine: Winter grain harvesting campaign in full swing in Ukraine

The winter harvesting campaign is in full swing across Ukraine, one of the most important producers and exporters of agricultural produce in Europe. Expectations are high for record production this ...
Publié 26/07/2021 Plus d`info



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Australia: Asahi Beverages announces CUB CEO retirement

Asahi Beverages has announced that Peter Filipovic will be retiring as CEO of Carlton & United Breweries (CUB), its Australian alcohol business division, the Australian Brews News reported on July ...
Publié 26/07/2021 Plus d`info



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World: Malting barley prices edge up on bad weather impact

The malting barley prices on the global market are advancing higher due to weather impact in Canada and the EU, industry sources report. Canada’s prices are up as severe hight temperatures ...
Publié 26/07/2021 Plus d`info



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EU: Barley markets weaker in June thanks to good crop prospects

EU barley markets were weaker in June, reflecting good crop prospects and a lack of buying interest, by local industries and export markets, H. M. Gauger GmbH said in their ...
Publié 26/07/2021 Plus d`info



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Ethiopia: Brewers set to hike prices due to raw materials price surge

Local breweries in Ethiopia are set to introduce price adjustments to their products due to price hikes to inputs, The Reporter said on July 24. BGI Ethiopia, the bottler of St. ...
Publié 26/07/2021 Plus d`info



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South Africa: South African Breweries welcome lifting of alcohol sales ban

The South African Breweries (SAB) has welcomed President Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement to move the country to a reduced lockdown level three and officially re-open the sale of alcoholic beverages, IOL ...
Publié 26/07/2021 Plus d`info



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UK: Molson Coors to invest in £25 mln in its Burton-upon-Trent brewery upgrade

Molson Coors Beverage Company has announced a £25 mln investment in its Burton-upon-Trent brewery that includes a new hard seltzer canning line and upgrades to its beer and cider packaging ...
Publié 26/07/2021 Plus d`info



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World: European wheat edges higher on ongoing concerns about dry weather impact in North America and Russia

European wheat edged higher on July 23 after two sessions of declines, supported by ongoing concerns about the impact of dry weather in North America and Russia while traders were ...
Publié 26/07/2021 Plus d`info



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