June 14, 2016 12:00 – 12:30 CDT
Consider this a flyover – the best view of early crop progress, starting with the U.S. today, including corn, soybeans and wheat. Then we’ll dart into the future, to unveil critical conditions and expectations for corn crop development.
To fully understand what ingredient prices will look like in 2017, we’ll then turn to South America, where we’ll reveal whether South American corn and soybean crop production will have been validated or decreased.
And what you really want to know – we’ll bend the throttle to examine possible implications for lower prices for International Food Products’ customers based on the USDA June 10 WASDE Report.
Join us for a free, 30-minute “flyover” featuring crop expert Michael Lane to learn
- The impact on pricing for vegetable oils and corn sweeteners
- Opportunities for lower prices for International Food Products’ customers
- Other influences that may change the vegetable oil markets
Who should attend?
Ingredient buyers from food manufacturers, food service companies, bakeries and beverage producers.
Michael Lane, International Food Products’ Category Manager for Oils, Starch and Corn Sweeteners, has more than 30 years of experience in the food industry as a trader and merchandiser of agricultural commodities.