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Bunge allowed to reject Syngenta’s GM corn, court rules

Bunge allowed to reject Syngenta’s GM corn, court rules

By Caroline Scott-Thomas

A federal judge has ruled that agricultural processing giant Bunge will not have to process Syngenta’s biotech corn, rejecting Syngenta’s request that Bunge should be obliged to accept the corn until a lawsuit is resolved.

Bunge extends foothold in US

Bunge extends foothold in US

By Louise Prance

Agricultural and food ingredient firm Bunge has increased its
foothold in the soybean processing industry with the announcement
of the recent service agreement concerning a US soybean processing
facility.

Bunge soy plant to lay idle

Bunge soy plant to lay idle

As soyoil prices are hit 19 year highs, poor soybean harvests and
increased demand from China take their toll on the world's leading
oilseed processor with Bunge North America announcing that from
early this month it will idle...

Bunge sheds baking business

Bunge sheds baking business

Hot on the heels of weak third quarter results, US agri-giant Bunge
said on Tuesday that it has signed a definitive agreement to sell
its bakery business to US company Dawn Food Products for $76
million in a bid to focus on the core...

Soy plant goes idle

Soy plant goes idle

A fall in demand for domestic soybean meal, the first time in more
than ten years, saw the North American operating arm of agri-giant
Bunge announcing this week that it will idle production at Bunge's
Marion, Ohio, soybean processing...

Bunge 1Q higher than expected

Bunge 1Q higher than expected

Last week we reported on the emergence of a new ingredients company
Solae, born from the funds of agribusiness Bunge and DuPont Protein
Technologies. Buoyancy continues for Bunge with the company
announcing on Monday an increase in...

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