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Sanderson deal gains regulatory approval in China, Mexico

Ministry of Commerce of the People’s Republic of China and the Federal Economic Commission of Mexico have no objections to proposed transaction

The proposed sale of Sanderson Farms has received approval from antitrust regulators in China and Mexico, according to a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).


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Transgenic corn production in Mexico definitely ruled out

Although so far, the Mexican feed industry will be able to import yellow corn for feed manufacturing, some clouds may be clouding over the outlook, not to mention animal protein self-sufficiency
Although so far, the Mexican feed industry will be able to import yellow corn for feed manufacturing, some clouds may be clouding over the outlook, not to mention animal protein self-sufficiency
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Cholesterol in eggs may not be an issue in LatAm anymore

World Egg Day was celebrated on October 8 and Latin American poultry associations leveraged the occasion to promote eggs, without worrying about cholesterol.
World Egg Day was celebrated on October 8 and Latin American poultry associations leveraged the occasion to promote eggs, without worrying about their impact on cholesterol levels.
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Latin American egg industry can't afford cage-free

While EU member countries may be able to ask for financial assistance and have extended periods to accomplish conversion to cage-free production, Latin American nations may not.
EU member countries may be able to ask for financial assistance and have extended periods to accomplish conversion to cage-free production, but Latin American nations may not.
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