Tradelink Food Updates July 2021


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The Quality Assurance team at Tradelink are aware and focused on our Food Safety and Quality. From fraudulent organic certificates to unhygienic plant conditions,  our team have exposed many murky players along the way… Reade more…

Global Logistics Outlook

Unprecedented levels of congestion are resulting in vessel delays that are absorbing needed capacity. Operational instability increases – it has been calculated that the current delays in vessel schedules are removing as much as 20-25% of the actual vessel capacity …. Read more…


Forests stretch around 31% of the land size on our planet. It provides the inhabitants purifying water and air. It also contributes to the employment rate of a country. Reports show that 13.2 of the world’s population are working in the forest department, and approximately 41 million people are working in departments related to forestryRead more


Vital wheat gluten is a staple ingredient for meat and meat substitutes. It acts as a binder for meatballs, meatloaf, veggie burgers and tofu alike and improves breads elasticity and creates a better crumb, mouth feel and chewiness in the final product. Tradelinks Vital Wheat Gluten is made from the protein found in the endosperm of the wheat berry, containing 75% to 80% protein. .Read more


A focus on products

Chia seeds market

Chia seeds belong to the salvia hispanica family of edible seeds, which origins from Guatemala and Mexico. The South American long, dry climate makes the production of chia seeds rapidly, especially in countries like Guatemala, Ecuador, Argentina, Paraguay, Peru, and Bolivia, which made them the major consumers of the product. Bolivia alone has around 3,000 to 4,000 cultivars of chia seeds, making them one of the largest producers in the region. An estimate of 80% of the global chia supply comes from South America. The rest of the percentage comes from Australia and France, with a few from the Asia-Pacific regions. Due to its gluten-free property, richness in protein, fiber, carbohydrate,.. .

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USA Crop Update

CORN: USDA reported 64% of the nation’s crop to be in good to excellent condition as of July 4, the same as the week prior as the crop stabilized after a week of less stressful growing conditions. Conditions remain variable across the country, though. Only 62% of Iowa’s corn crop – the largest state for corn production in the country – is in good to excellent Nebraska – 82% good to excellent).Markets are now largely trading on yield potential, and despite favorable planting weather, 

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Quinoa Market

Tagged as the best alternative to white rice, quinoa is a cereal crop, which is gluten-free, rich in protein, and a good source of fiber. Quinoa has more than 3,000 varieties with various colors and saponin levels. It can be segmented by black, red, and white quinoa seeds. While it is technically considered a seed, quinoa is also categorized as a pseudo-cereal or cereal. Compared to other cereal grains, quinoa has the highest nutritional rate with an average protein of 16% a great source of omega 3, omega 6, fiber....

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Today’s global trend is a significant factor that twists the future of agriculture. The developments in demographics, climate change, shortage in natural resources, and food waste are reported as the top reasons for global agronomy to produce at least 70% more food by the end of 2050. While scientists, investors, and the government are working on several ways to increase crop yields, innovative agricultural technologies are now trending worldwide. .Read More



Online platforms have allowed creators from all over the world to share what they’re cooking up in the kitchen during the pandemic. In 2021, we expect people will be going further than throwing these videos a simple “like” and will seek out food from cultures they may not have previously been familiar with…..Read More


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