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26071. 21/03/2005
   
March 20, 2005 OTTAWA (CP) - The Canadian Food Inspection Agency warnedpeople Thursday not to consume certain Heritage brand Palm Oils becausethey may contain a non-permitted colour that has been associated withcancer.
26072. 21/03/2005
   
DAVAO CITY, March 18 Asia Pulse - The government is exploring investmentopportunities from Middle East countries to invest in palm oil projects insouthern Philippines to provide livelihoods for indigenous peoples andMuslim folks in Mindanao.
26073. 21/03/2005
   
3/14/2005 Business Times - PRIVATE palm oil millers need to strive tofully automate their mills to lessen dependence on manual labour.
26074. 14/03/2005
   
Monday March 14, 2005 - KUALA TERENGGANU: Felda will get more oil palmfruit from private plantations following a drop in its own supply duringthe current dry season.
26075. 14/03/2005
   
Sunday March 13, 9:24 PM NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India, the world's largestedible oil importer, is likely to harvest a bigger summer oilseed cropbecause of an increase in the area under cultivation, an industryassociation said on Sunday.
26076. 14/03/2005
   
PALEMBANG (South Sumatra), March 11 (Bernama) -- The RM27 million palm oilmill operated by PT Pinang Wimas Sejati, a joint venture between LadangLekir Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Perbadanan Pertanian Negeri Perak (PPNP),and Pt Trimitra Sumberbuana of Indonesia, will benefit both countries,said Perak Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Tajol Rosli Ghazali.
26077. 14/03/2005
   
11/03/2005 - Finnish vegetable oil maker Suomen Rehu strengthens marketsynergies buying a majority stake in rapeseed and soy oil firm Mildola Oy,writes Lindsey Partos.
26078. 14/03/2005
   
Monday March 14, 2005 - THE Government’s recent proposal to allow foreignworkers, currently restricted to sectors such as palm oil plantations,construction, restaurants and domestic help, to work on farms and insmall- and medium-scale industries, has contributed further to thecontroversial debate over the large presence of migrant workers in thecountry.
26079. 11/03/2005
   
3/10/2005 - Soybean exports are increased 35 million bushels to 1,045million bushels reflecting record shipments to China and reducedcompetitor supplies, especially in Brazil. Soybean crush is reduced to1,650 million bushels, as lower domestic soybean meal disappearance isonly partly offset by higher prospective soybean meal exports. U.S.soybean ending stocks for 2004/05 are projected at 410 million bushels,down 30 million bushels from last month, but still the highest since1986/87. Projected soybean oil stocks are reduced due to lower productionand increased exports.
26080. 10/03/2005
   
3/9/2005 - The first ever-global Roundtable on Sustainable Soy (RSS) willgather environmental and social organizations with businessesrepresentatives from the soy supply chain, from growers to fodder mills,meat producers, and retailers to discuss environmentally sound, sociallyresponsible, and economically viable production of soy.
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