USGC Mission Shares Corn Quality Data With Taiwanese Customers

Farmer and staff representatives of the U.S. Grains Council (USGC) recently traveled to Taiwan to support the organization's local office in presenting the results of the 2016/2017 Corn Harvest Report to customers in this important U.S. corn market.

Clover Chang, director of the USGC Taiwan office, hosted a conference for corn buyers from across Taiwan as a part of a series of rollout events scheduled by the Council to present the new quality report information.

Taiwan Culinary Professionals Get Creative With U.S. Barley

The American Institute in Taiwan (AIT)’s Agricultural Trade Office (ATO) held a U.S. Food Creativity Series this past summer that featured a summer camp for culinary professionals. The program was designed to help educators build their knowledge of U.S. agricultural products and gave the U.S. Grains Council (USGC) the opportunity to introduce attendees to U.S. barley in food.

Taiwanese Stakeholders See Advantages Of U.S. Corn, DDGS

A group of grain buyers from Taiwan visited Indiana and Michigan this week to become familiar with production, application, grading and quality standards for U.S. corn and distiller's dried grains with solubles (DDGS). The trip gave stakeholders the chance to gain technical skills and knowledge in handling, procurement and storage and offered critical insight into the advantages of purchasing U.S. corn and DDGS.

USGC Expands Promotion Of High Beta-Glucan Barley In Taiwan

By: Clover Chang, U.S. Grains Council Director in Taiwan

The U.S. Grains Council (USGC) has made progress this year towards encouraging U.S. barley’s food application for diabetics and coronary heart disease patients in Taiwan. This program is part of an ongoing effort to promote U.S. barley containing beta-glucan as part of a heart-healthy lifestyle.

USGC Looks to Ethanol Potential In Asian Markets

A team of U.S. Grains Council (USGC) staff and two ethanol industry representatives traveled to Japan, Korea and Taiwan last month to review the ethanol markets in these countries and evaluate potential for ongoing U.S. ethanol export promotion programs in the region.

The team visited quasi-governmental organizations, government agencies, industry experts and representatives to both network and discuss possible in-roads for U.S. ethanol.

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