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(Mediterranean Agricultural Information Network) Fostering cooperation and experience sharing among the national information systems on agricultural (cereals) markets in the Mediterranean. The network of 13 countries is coordinated by CIHEAM, and more specifically by its Mediterranean Agronomic Institute (MAI) of Montpellier.
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Ferme France dévoile son étiquette sociétale

Ferme France dévoile son étiquette sociétale | MED-Amin network | Scoop.it
La note obtenue est sur 100. Elle fait la synthèse des six notes obtenues dans les domaines suivants : environnement, traçabilité, nutrition-santé, bien-être animal et les conditions de travail, équité et contribution à l'économie française, et intérêt général.

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USDA Confirms Ample U.S. Wheat Supply in 2018/19, Reassures Customers About Availability

USDA Confirms Ample U.S. Wheat Supply in 2018/19, Reassures Customers About Availability | MED-Amin network | Scoop.it

By Stephanie Bryant-Erdmann, USW Market Analyst, 28/09/2018

USDA released its Small Grains Summary noting that 2018/19 U.S. wheat production increased to 51.3 Mt, up 8 percent from last year due to improvements in both average yield and harvested area. While this is still 8 percent below the 5-year average of 55.8 Mt, the 2018/19 production coupled with significant carry-in stocks ensure that the U.S. wheat store will remain open and well-stocked throughout 2018/19. Have a look at 2018/19 U.S. wheat production by class.

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Trop de mycotoxines dans le pain ?

Trop de mycotoxines dans le pain ? | MED-Amin network | Scoop.it

Terre-net, 24/01/2019 - Additifs, résidus de produits phytosanitaires ou encore mycotoxines : certains pains contiennent des substances controversées, avertit jeudi la revue 60 Millions de consommateurs, qui précise que les quantités détectées respectent, dans la plupart des cas, les limites réglementaires.

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