Private exporters reported sales of 229,200 MT of soybeans received during the reporting period for delivery to unknown destinations - 10,200 MT is for delivery during MY 2021/2022 and 219,000 MT is for delivery during MY 2022/2023.
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ICYMI: 🇺🇸🥔 will soon be back on menus & at stores 🛒 across Mexico! Following the recent expansion of market access, which US growers & @USDA had sought for 25+ yrs, FAS Admin. Daniel Whitley marked the milestone in Guadalajara on May 17. #WorldTradeWeekhttps://t.co/PTzvM1BhvL