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Global Agritrends

We are a full-service firm dedicated to providing market intelligence and analysis of global agriculture trade.

Our business model is simple. We have compiled a vast network of resources around the globe to provide clear, accurate market intelligence in a timely manner. Combined with our collective experience in market and policy analysis, as well as our exclusive databases of trade, production, and tariff statistics, we provide in-depth market analysis and provide market reports on a subscription basis.

Expanding Your Horizons

  • Clear, concise, market intelligence from analysts with experience throughout the global agriculture sector
  • Exporter assistance: market overviews, on-the-ground analysis, production/consumption/trade forecasts, analysis of tariffs/market access, and strategy recommendations for a host of commodities and countries
  • Specific project analysis of business planning, strategies, and tactics for global production, processing, and marketing projects
  • Export analysis and forecasts by commodity group
  • Monthly trade reports outlining market conditions through data analysis and market discussion
  • Email alerts and updates: putting the data/analysis behind the headlines and assessing market impacts of market access restrictions, competitive shifts, and current issues
  • International Meat Market Update: A monthly newsletter providing unique analysis of key issues around the globe, also including an overview of recent trade stats and watchlist items
  • Quarterly webinars outlining market expectations, shifting political winds, competitive analysis, forecasts, and watchlist items for key global agricultural commodities
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Quote_left It is estimated that every dollar of U.S. agriculture exports generates an additional $1.48 in supporting industries, roughly $171 209 billion in added value in 2013. Quote_right
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Analysis: China reaches a crossroad in rebuilding its hog industry
11/6/2019
Simon Quilty At the recent Leman China Swine Conference I listened to Chinese hog producers large a...
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China’s own brutal one year assessment of African Swine Fever
10/28/2019
Simon Quilty This week I attended the Leman China Swine Conference where 5,200 delegates were prese...
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African swine fever drives global protein shortage to a critical level in 2020
10/16/2019
Simon Quilty I believe we are looking at a critical global protein shortage next year due to the im...
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