USGC Signs Memorandum Of Understanding To Establish Tunisian Center For Feed Manufacturing

MOU signing

In dual efforts to expand export opportunities and help local feed producers improve the quality of their products, the U.S. Grains Council (USGC) plans to utilize a grant provided by the U.S. State Department to create a Center for Feed Manufacturing in Tunisia. 

“Centered in North Africa, U.S. suppliers face increasing competition in the Tunisian market from competitors in Europe, the Black Sea and South America,” said Ramy Hadj Taieb, USGC regional director for the Middle East and North Africa.

USGC Works To Expand Ethanol Use In Africa As Part Of Global Demand Strategy

Ethanol potential in Africa

Individual markets in Africa vary greatly, but the continent as a whole offers significant potential demand for U.S. ethanol exports. 

Brian Healy, U.S. Grains Council (USGC) manager of ethanol export market development, recently traveled to Kenya to evaluate and develop opportunities for U.S. ethanol in the continent and speak at a regional ethanol and sugar conference. There, he was able to engage with senior agricultural, energy and environmental ministry officials to learn more about ethanol production, use and trade across the region.

Training For Poultry Producers From Guinea Continues West Africa Outreach

Guinea pountry training program in Morocco

Which comes first - the market or the demand? This is a philosophical question for U.S. farmers and agribusinesses that is perhaps more relevant than chicken or eggs, and one that the U.S. Grains Council (USGC) works to answer from both directions.

In West Africa, a focus on helping start and expand poultry operations is paving the way for new export markets for U.S. feed grains and co-products. 

USGC Trains Côte d’Ivoire Poultry Producers

Poultry producers from Côte d’Ivoire at training with Moroccan Poultry Association (FISA).

Increasing U.S. exports is not just a matter of capturing existing market share. Finding new markets creates additional demand, and helping build those markets secures a preference for U.S. feed grains and value-added products. In West Africa, the U.S. Grains Council (USGC) is engaging with training programs poultry producers, establishing a brand-new market for U.S. corn. 

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