USGC Touts U.S. Corn Quality in China

The U.S. Grains Council’s office in Beijing, China, recently hit the road to present the 2023-2024 Corn Harvest Quality Report, discuss sorghum opportunities, and protect market share for U.S. coarse grains. The Council conducted a corn quality roadshow and seminar in two of China’s most populated provinces.

“More than 60 traders and end-users from all over China attended our seminar to learn about the harvest quality of our 2023-2024 U.S. corn crop and other critical topics affecting the global coarse-grain market,” says Manuel Sanchez, USGC Director in China. “As one of the primary destinations for American corn and sorghum, it’s vital that the Council engage with customers in China to share the latest market information.”

In addition to reviewing the report, the seminars welcomed speakers who discussed the challenges and opportunities for corn globally, the current drought hitting the Panama Canal, and a 2023 U.S. sorghum harvest and market outlook.