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  • Four more cargo ships sail from Ukraine - Turkish, Ukrainian officials

    Four more ships carrying almost 170,000 tonnes of corn and other foodstuffs sailed from Ukrainian Black Sea ports on Sunday under a deal to unblock the country's exports after Russia's invasion, Ukrainian and Turkish officials said.

  • First Ukraine ship under grain deal will not dock in Lebanon on time -embassy

    The first grain ship to leave a Ukrainian port under a deal brokered last month will not arrive in Lebanon on Sunday as planned, the Ukrainian embassy in Lebanon said. The Razoni left Odesa on the Black Sea early last Monday carrying 26,527 tonnes of corn and was set to dock on Sunday in the northern Lebanese port city of Tripoli, according to Ukrainian officials and Lebanese port authorities.

  • First foreign-flagged ship arrives in Ukraine since Feb, awaits grain load

    -A foreign-flagged ship arrived in Ukraine on Saturday for the first time since the war started in February, and will be loaded with grain, Ukrainian Infrastructure Minister Oleksandr Kubrakov said. Ukraine is starting to resume grain exports in an effort overseen by a Joint Coordination Centre in Istanbul where Russian, Ukrainian, Turkish and U.N. personnel are working.

  • First foreign-flagged ship arrives in Ukraine since start of war

    - A foreign-flagged ship arrived in Ukraine on Saturday for the first time since the start of the war in February, and will be loaded with grain, Ukrainian Infrastructure Minister Oleksandr Kubrakov said. Writing on Facebook, he said the Barbados-flagged general cargo ship Fulmar S was in the Ukrainian port of Chernomorsk.

  • Big U.S. chicken company, Mountaire, asks contractors to oppose transparency rule

    Mountaire Farms, a top U.S. chicken company, is pressuring its contract farmers to oppose a Biden administration proposal aimed at improving their conditions because the company says it would ultimately reduce farmer pay, according to documents reviewed by Reuters and interviews with farmer advocates.

  • Ukraine buries agricultural 'titan' killed in missile strike

    Orthodox chants of mourning resounded in a packed central Kyiv cathedral on Friday as Ukraine buried an agricultural tycoon with his wife after they were killed in a missile strike that hit his home last weekend.

  • Russia may limit seed imports -Interfax

    Russia's agriculture ministry has proposed that the government limits seed imports by setting up quotas, aiming to stimulate domestic production, the Interfax news agency quoted it as saying on Friday.

  • Food prices fell again in July, U.N. agency says

    The United Nations food agency's world price index declined again in July, edging further away from record highs hit in March. The Food and Agriculture Organization's food price index https://www.fao.org/worldfoodsituation/foodpricesindex/en, which tracks the most globally traded food commodities, averaged 140.9 points last month versus a revised 154.3 for June.

  • Food prices fell again in July, U.N. agency says

    The United Nations food agency's world price index declined again in July, edging further away from record highs hit in March. The Food and Agriculture Organization's food price index, which tracks the most globally traded food commodities, averaged 140.9 points last month versus a revised 154.3 for June.

  • Three new ships with grain leave Ukraine under landmark deal

    Three ships loaded with grain under a recently concluded deal have left Ukrainian ports, the Turkish defenсe ministry and Reuters witnesses said on Friday. The Joint Coordination Centre in Istanbul, which groups Russian, Ukrainian, Turkish and U.N. personnel, said two ships were setting off from Chornomorsk and one from Odesa.

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