South Korea lifts restrictions on U.S. wheat

Matthew Weaver

Capital Press

Published on August 5, 2016 10:41AM

Last changed on August 5, 2016 2:21PM

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Wheat is shown growing in a field. South Korea has resumed its purchases of U.S. wheat now that the nation has a new test in place for genetically engineered wheat.

Capital Press FIle Wheat is shown growing in a field. South Korea has resumed its purchases of U.S. wheat now that the nation has a new test in place for genetically engineered wheat.


Japan and South Korea rank first and fifth in the top customers for U.S. wheat overall. Japan has purchased an average of 997,000 metric tons of white wheat each year for the last five years, and South Korea has purchased an average of 679,000 metric tons per year.



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