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Monday, May 2, 2022
India approves imports of 550,000 tonnes of GM soymeal
India has approved the import of an additional 550,000 tonnes of genetically modified (GM) soymeal for its domestic poultry sector affected by soaring prices of livestock feed, Reuters reported.
Monday, March 28, 2022
India's poultry production affected by rising maize and soy prices
Vignesh Soundararajan, managing director of major Indian poultry firm Suguna Foods, said rising prices of maize and soy has resulted in increased production costs for the poultry sector this year, The Hindu reported.
Wednesday, January 5, 2022
A hurdle for India's import of soymeal to meet poultry farmers' demand
In the last decade, India's broiler sector was growing at the rate of 8-10% every year.
Wednesday, October 20, 2021
India's soybean prices spike in January-September 2021; production to increase this year
The first nine months of 2021 were very sensational for India's soy complex market.
Thursday, September 30, 2021
Indian experts discuss the recent opening of GM soymeal imports
High prices of feed raw materials have been the biggest concern for integrators, feed millers and farmers especially in India. With multiple meetings with government authorities, the industry has finally seen a ray of hope as the government ...
Tuesday, February 23, 2021
India's NCDEX launches soymeal futures
India's National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange (NCDEX) has launched soymeal trading on February 17, Krishi Jagran reported.
Tuesday, October 13, 2020
India's soy production expected to drop nearly 15%
Excessive rain during harvesting and pest diseases have hampered India's soy production and its output is expected to be close to 15% lesser than a previous estimate, Reuters reported.
Thursday, September 17, 2020
India braces for potential soy crop losses due to possible heavy rains
Farm experts and industry officials are concerned over potential crop losses after heavy rains were forecasted for the second half of this month in key central and western crop growing regions in the country, Reuters reported.
Monday, August 24, 2020
India's soybean production to increase 32% in 2020
The Soybean Processors Association of India said soybean production in India is set to increase 32% higher this year to reach 12.25 million tonnes, compared to 2019 thanks to great monsoon rainfall, Reuters reported.
Friday, July 17, 2020
India's soybean production set to increase 15%
Soybean output in India is set to go up by 15% this year thanks to monsoon rains, possibly reducing vegetable oil imports and revive soymeal exports, Reuters reported.
Monday, January 14, 2019
Sanctions-impacted Iran seeks soymeal from India
January 14, 2019 Sanctions-impacted Iran seeks soymeal from India Beleaguered by US economic sanctions, Iran now looks to India for its soymeal imports, with the most recent data showing a significant growth of exports to the former in 2018 ...
Thursday, March 10, 2016
India's soymeal exports fall 98% in February
India's soymeal exports has declined to a historic low, with a significant 98% drop in February 2016, The Hindu Business Line reported.
Wednesday, November 4, 2015
India and Pakistan soymeal: different fates in a global soybean glut
Led by Brazil's huge soybean crop this year, Pakistan, traditionally a soymeal importer, has started soymeal exports after importing large volumes of soybean in recent months. In contrast, India, which used to be a major exporter of soymeal ...
Monday, September 7, 2015
India's soymeal exports drop from previous year's record
September 7, 2015 India's soymeal exports drop from previous year's record India's soymeal exports in August 2015 had recorded lower than the same month last year, at 769 tonnes compared to 2,778 tonnes in 2014. The volume marked a 72.33% d ...
Monday, July 20, 2015
85% decline: 'India might permanently lose soy meal export market'
During its heyday in 2008-09, India's soybean meal exports reached a record 4.24 million tonnes. Six years later in 2014-15, exports dropped drastically to just 0.64 million tonnes.

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