Drought and Heat Put Soybean and Corn Crops' Supplies at Risk

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IngredientNews' Webinar Unveils the Impact on Prices and Yield

Ingredient News for food manufacturers and food service companies

With drought conditions threatening U.S. soybean and corn crops,IngredientNews.com announced today that it is offering a free Aug. 14 webinar to explain the anticipated impact on soybean and corn crops’ pricing and yield.

Will supplies of corn and soybean crops be enough to meet demand? What will happen to short-term and long-term pricing? Experts Stephen S. Nicholson, chief economist for International Food Products, will join Bill Nelson, chief economist for Doane Advisory Services, to reveal the impact from this challenging growing season.

The free webinar is designed for anyone interested in understanding the end result of this tenuous soybean and corn growing season, including ingredient buyers at food manufacturers and food service companies. Register for the webinar at ifpc.com.

Nelson brings more than 30 years of agricultural forecasting experience and insight from his just completed 1,500-mile tour of Midwest corn and soybean fields.

Nicholson has more than 30 years of experience in cash grain markets, hedging, commodity/ingredient procurement, price risk management and commodity analysis. At International Food Products, he is responsible for procurement and trading of vegetable oils, corn sweeteners and grain products, as well as consulting assignments.

About International Food Products

In business for nearly 40 years, International Food Products delivers quality food ingredients and valuable buying advice to ingredient buyers at food manufacturers and food service companies throughout the U.S. For more information, please visit
please visit http://www.ifpc.com, or follow on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/IntlFood.

About IngredientNews.com
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