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Rice industry outlook 2018

Major rice producers and consumers Global rice trade Factors dominating the trade   Rice is the 3 rd largest produced agricultural commodity in the world, after sugarcane and maize. This is also the most widely consumed staple crop, especially in Asia. Presently, the global harvested area under rice cultivation is 160 million hectares. Moreover, the global...

Soybean price trend analysis

Soybean is a cash crop and is one of the most versatile crops. It is a foremost provider of the vegetable oil, protein and feed in the world. It accounts for 8% of the total arable land available globally. The production of soybean is highly concentrated within the four countries, the United States, Brazil, Argentina and China. These nations account for 86% of the total crop output. The...

Plastic Packaging Industry: striving for niche amidst growing environmental scrutiny

Plastic is gradually losing the market share in the packaging industry Internationally, every year around 4-5 billion units of material is used for packaging. The usage of packaging material has grown approx. 2.5 per cent CAGR between 2006-14. This is composed of 4.5 per cent CAGR for non-plastic units’ growth against 1.8 per cent CAGR for plastic units. A higher growth in non-plastic...

Tea industry’s sustainability in the face of rising production and operational cost

Tea is one of the most popular, most consumed and low-cost beverage in the world. It is due to its specific requirement and sensitivity to changes in growing conditions, that its cultivation is confined to the specific regions of the globe. The major producers and exporters of tea are China, India, and Sri Lanka, they together account for a total 60% of the world’s tea production. The Global...

Major Sugarcane Producing Nations and Analysis of their Key Operating Criteria

Sugarcane is a diverse crop with a complex demand structure. The profitability of producers mainly depends on the revenue from three by-products: sugar, ethanol and energy which are derived from this highly versatile crop. The major producers and exporters of sugar are Brazil, India and Thailand and all these nations have a varied economic structure. There is also a significant disparity in...

Key coffee growing nations – key operational criteria analysed

Coffee is one of the world's most traded commodities, this is second only to crude oil. Moreover, coffee exports alone account for a $20 billion industry and provide livelihood to nearly 25 million people in key coffee producing nations such as Brazil, Vietnam, Indonesia, and Colombia. There are primarily two varieties of coffee and their production in the contemporary world: Arabica and ...

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Rice industry outlook 2018

Major rice producers and consumers Global rice trade Factors dominating the trade   Rice is the 3 rd largest produced agricultural commodity in the world, after...

Major Sugarcane Producing Nations and Analysis of their Key Operating Criteria

Sugarcane is a diverse crop with a complex demand structure. The profitability of producers mainly depends on the revenue from three by-products: sugar, ethanol and energy which are derived from...

Tea industry’s sustainability in the face of rising production and operational cost

Tea is one of the most popular, most consumed and low-cost beverage in the world. It is due to its specific requirement and sensitivity to changes in growing conditions, that its cultivation is...

Key coffee growing nations – key operational criteria analysed

Coffee is one of the world's most traded commodities, this is second only to crude oil. Moreover, coffee exports alone account for a $20 billion industry and provide livelihood to nearly 25...

Soybean price trend analysis

Soybean is a cash crop and is one of the most versatile crops. It is a foremost provider of the vegetable oil, protein and feed in the world. It accounts for 8% of the total arable land available...

Plastic Packaging Industry: striving for niche amidst growing environmental scrutiny

Plastic is gradually losing the market share in the packaging industry Internationally, every year around 4-5 billion units of material is used for packaging. The usage of packaging material...