Korean Grain Importers will View Corn Crop in Washington, Three Other States
A team of feed grain and DDGS buyers from Korea will be in the U.S. in the coming days to take a close look at the corn crop. The team, which includes a Korean government official, will get to better understand grain quality control and export systems in Washington, Nebraska, Iowa, and Illinois. The team is the first of 21 groups with participants from 51 countries that will travel to the U.S. as a lead-up to the U.S. Grains Council’s biggest event, the Export Exchange. Export Exchange is a biennial educational and trade forum for U.S. feed grains and will host more than 400 international buyers and end-users.
“The Council is delighted to hold the Export Exchange again for the first time since 2018,” said USGC President and CEO Ryan LeGrand. “It’s a great opportunity for foreign buyers to create connections with U.S. producers.”
Export Exchange is in Minneapolis, Minnesota, October 12-14.
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