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Covering trade & transport, with tips on using import-export data to advantage

COOL Shrimp? Consumers Shrug

Category: Imports

Buyers seem indifferent to country-of-origin labeling, say USDA researchers This is counter-intuitive. The US Department of Agriculture reports that its researchers have been unable to detect any shift in the pattern of consumers’ purchases of shrimp from 1998 through 2006 – that is, before and after April 2005, when…

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Guar Is Thicker than Water

Category: Imports

In demand for fracking, supplies of the Asian beans are thin on the ground The new “black gold” isn’t oil, but guar, a bean whose seeds are made into a gum used to thicken sauces, ice cream, yogurts – and now “proppants,” the materials that are forced into fractured…

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Brazilian Spirit

Category: Imports

Cachaça is in a class by itself, USTR says (and, please, don’t call it rum) UK distiller Diageo is set to pay $450 million to Ypióca Agroindustrial Limitada to acquire the leading premium cachaça brand, Ypióca, the Financial Times reports. The acquisition, Diageo says, gives the world’s leading…

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EU Files against Argentina

Category: Trade Policy

Request for consultations on import restrictions formally opens WTO dispute The EU today requested consultations with Argentina on that country’s import restrictive measures. The request is the first step in bringing a dispute to the World Trade Organization for resolution. The EU and Argentina now have 60 days to talk things…

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Getting Out of Detention

Category: Trade Policy

Clearing red-listed seafood through the FDA? There’s a procedure for that. by Peter Quinter, guest columnist The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issues “Import Alerts” almost daily. A recent one that affects many seafood importers is Import Alert #16-81, issued May 1 and entitled “Detention without Physical Examination of…

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Argentine Perishables to Wilt

Category: Trade Policy

Brazil retaliates in response to Mercosur partner’s protectionist policies Reuters reports that Brazil will end automatic import licensing for 10 perishable products from Argentina, including apples, raisins, potatoes, wheat flour, and some cheeses and wines. The policy change, which will take a couple of months to implement, is…

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Vanilla Price Watch

Category: Imports

Speculative rumors produce real increases, although not nearly as big as 2003 Last month, a flurry of headlines, starting with a report in the UK’s Telegraph, warned that the wholesale price of vanilla was set to rise sharply – adding as much as 10% to the retail price of…

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Coffee Perks up Fair Trade Stats

Category: Imports

Fair trade coffee gains ground among fine, specialty brews As Bill Armbruster notes in Fair Trade: Sustainable Trend?, imported coffee accounted for 78% of all the fair trade premiums paid by US companies in 2011. Fair Trade USA reports that 2011 was a banner year for certified fair trade…

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