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NATIONAL CEREALS &
PRODUCE BOARD (GA)
P.O.Box 30586 Nairobi, KENYA
PH: 555288 or 555708; TLX:22769 (MARKETER)
Contact: William K.A. Kikwai, Man Dir.
KOREA, REPUBLIC OF(SOUTH KOREA)
AGRICULTURE & FISHERY
MARKETING CORP. (GA)
191.2-ka Hankang-Ro, Yongsan-ku, Sedul, SOUTH KOREA
PH: 82/2/795-8201; TLX: 23297 (AAFMG K)
Contact: Jin Kyu Kim, Vice Pres.
Objectives & Activities: Soybean sprouts.
AMERICAN SOYBEAN ASSOCIATION/SOUTH
Press Center, 8th Floor, 25, Taepyung-ro 1-ka, K.P.O.Box 1704, Seoul 100-745, SOUTH KOREA
PH: 02/738-7056; TLX: K22276 (ASABEL); FAX: 82/2/736-5501.
Contact: Kyung Lee,Dir.
Membership: 550.000 individuals.
Objectives & Activities: To expand the U.S. soybean market in the world. To achieve this goal ASA operates 11 overseas offices whose activities include: consumer education, trade servicing,organizing trade teams and seminars, publishing technical papers, etc.
KOREA FEED ASSOCIATION
1581-13 Seacho-dong, Kangnam-ku, Seoul, SOUTH KOREA
PH: 82/2/581-5731; TLX: 22835 (KOFEED K).
Contact: Keel Chung Chi, Gen.Mgr., Bus. Dept.
Objectives & Activities: Soybean meal.
KOREAN SOYBEAN CURD COOPERATIVE
Hya Bong Bldg., Room 201 1306-1 Seo-Dong Kang nam-ku, Seoul 135, SOUTH KOREA
PH: 82/2/725-6763 or 722-1720 or 725-7273.
Contact: Jum Rak Kim, Pres.
COOPERATIVE FEDERATION (NACF) (GA)
1-76 Choong Geong-Ro, Joong ku, Seoul 100, SOUTH KOREA
PH: 082/02/737-0021; TLX: 27421 (NACOA K).
Contact: Yong Sung Hah, Deputy Gen. Mgr.
Objectives & Activities: Food, soybeans.
NATIONAL LIVESTOCK COOPERATIVE
V17-9 Yolda-dong Youngdungpo-ku, Seoul, SOUTH KOREA
PH: 82/2/783-0051; TLX: 23517 (NALIGOF K).
Contact: Ki Kji Ghun, Gen. Mgr., Feed Dept.
Objectives & Activities: Soybean meal.
AMERICAN SOYBEAN ASSOCIATION/MEXICO
& CARIBBEAN BASIN
Rio Sena No. 26, Col. Cuauhtemoc, Mexico City 06500, D.F., MEXICO
PH: 566-9490 or 705-1633; TLX: 023-740-7461 (SOYA UC); FAX: 52/5/705-1758.
Contact: Kenneth Shwedel, Dir.
Membership: 14 individuals.
Objectives & Activities: We represent U.S. soybean farmers providing soybean users with: technical information and assistance in processing and refining soybeans and products, marketing and promotion program for soybeans and products, as well as nutrition information and assistance in formulating livestock feeds and human diets.
Publications: Soyanoticias, quarterly, no charge.
ASOCIACION MEXICANA DE
ESPECIALISTAS EN NUTRICION ANIMAL, A.C. (Mexican Association of Animal Nutrition
Rio Goatzacoalcoalcos No1. Cuemavaca 62290, Morelos, MEXICO
PH: 52/73/154738; FAX: 52/73/151098.
Contact: Francisco J. Tirado, Nutr.Mgr.
Membership: 400 individuals; 70 firms or organizations,agronomists, veterinarians, chemists at the Bachelor, Master and Ph.D. degree level of the sciences.
Objectives & Activities: Increase people's and technicians' knowledge of animal requirements husbandry, chemical analyses of raw material through modern techniques. Organizing symposiums, seminars and national and international congresses yearly in order to improve technicians' knowledge.
Publications: 4th National Congress, 1989, annual, no cost.
ASOCIACION NACIONAL DE
ESPECIALISTAS EN CIENCIAS AVICOLAS DE MEXICO (ANECA)
(Mexican Association of Avian Pathologisis)
Hacienda de Canutilo No. 8-4, Col. Villa Guietud, P.O.B. 22-814, Mexico D.F. 04960, MEXICO
Contact: Emesto S. Priante, Library Coordinator.
Membership: 500 individuals, 5 organization working in the poultry industry.
Objectives & Activities: Promote the education of students and veterinarians working in the poultry industry to improve the educational grade.
SERVICE DES INDUSTRIES
ALIMENTAIRES DIRECTION DE L'INDUSTRIE (GA)
Minister du Commerce et de l'Industri, Rabat, MOROCCO
PH: 64502; TLX: 31872
Contact: Dir Gen.
VERENIGING VAN NEDERLANDSE
FABRIKANTEN VAN EETBARE OLIEN EN VETTEN (VERNOF)
(Dutch Seed Crushers and Oil Processors Association)
Raanweg 44, 2596 HN. The Hague, NETHERLANDS
PH: 31/70/468812; TLX: 32616 (OVEMA NL).
Contact: C.J.M.Meershoeck Exec.Dir.
Membership: 11 firms seed crushers and oil processing companies.
Objectives & Activities: Represent and defend the economic interests of member companies as well as those of the national and international industry.
DE ALIMENTOS BASICOS (ENABAS) (GA)
Frente Cerveceria, Victoria Antiguo Ince, Managua, NICARAGUA
Contact: Urias Ugalde, Mgr.
MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE
& NATURAL RESOURCES (GA)
P.M.B. 2038, Makurdi, Benue State, NIGERIA
Contact: Chief Agricultural Officer.
STATE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
17/27 Moloney Street P.M.B. 2613, Lagos, NIGERIA
PH: 632601 or 632231;
Contact: C.C.Anojulu, Dir.
PAKISTAN POULTRY ASSOCIATION
47-A Modern Housing Society Block 788 Tipu Sultan Road P.O.Box 18108, Karachi 75350 , Sind PAKISTAN
PH: 438931; TLX: 25736 (KAYS PK) (Atth: PPA).
Contact: Moxater Islam, Central Secy.
Membership: 3500 firms or organizations; 10.000 poultry farmers; 150 hatcheries; 120 feed mills and allied members of equipment dealers; pharmaceuticals; supplies, egg & chicken dealers etc. Objectives & Activities: To provide facilities for and foster, encourage secure and maintain a good and close relationship and unanimity among members and the trade in general and to promote development of poultry farming in Pakistan.
Publications: Pakistan Poultry, monthly, US$60.
INSTITUTO DE MERCADEO
AGROPECUARIO (IMA) (GA)
Apartado 5638 Panama City 2, PANAMA
Contact: Jose Barrios.
EMPRESA NACIONAL DE COMERCIALIZATION
DE INSUMOS (ENCI) (GA) EXCLUSIVE TRADING AGENCY
Camino Real 111, 5° Piso- San Isidro, Castilla 1834, Lima 27, PERU
PH: 51/14/40359. TLX: 21529/30/31/32/33 (PE-ENGIPERU); FAX: 51/14/409359.
Contact: Maria C. Rodriguez Pastor, Import Mgr.
Objectives & Activities: To import and commercialize foodstuffs and fertilizers in the national market.
NATIONAL FOOD AUTHORITY
Matimyas Budg. 101, E. Rodriguez Avenue. Guezon City, PHILIPPINES
PH: 63/2/712-1575; TLX: 075-742-42007 (NGA PM).
Contact: Roberto H. Goce Dir. Int'l Mkting.
Objectives & Activities: Importer of soybeans and soybean meal for emergency needs.
Soybeans, meal, soybean oil and other soybean products are also purchased by the private sector.
OF FEEDMILLERS, INC.
Maligaya Building Ill, Room 302, Quezon City 1111, PHILIPPINES
PH: 721-0906 or 722-2912.
Contact: Augusto L. de Leon Pres.
Membership: 11 firms; manufacturers of animal feeds. Meligaya Objectives & Activities: Work together for members' common good: cooperative with government in enhancing economic progress and developing the country's liverstock industry.
ui. Chalubinskiego 8,P.O.Box 364, Warsaw 00613, POLAND
PH: 48/22/30-0633; TLX: 814341.
Contact: Andrzej Cieslakiewicz, Dir.
DOS INDUSTRIALS DE ALIMENTOS
(Portugueses Association of Feed Manufacturers)
Av. 5 de Outubro 21-2° Esq. P-1000 Lisbon, PORTUGAL
PH: 351/1-535091; TLX: 42510, (IACA P); FAX: 351/1-2480217.
Contact: Luis Marques, Gen Secy.
Membership: 2 individuals and 88 firms; certified feed manufacturers.
Objectives & Activities: Promote feed production; survey markets, provide studies and information on raw materials; animal feed legislation; general economic questions.
Publications: Informacao 1, twice each month; informacao 2, irregularly.
Piatza Walter Maracineau 1-3, Bucharest, ROMANIA
Contact: Aurel Antoniu, Gen Mgr.
Objectives & Activities: Soybeans, soy meal and soybean pellets.
GRAIN SILOS & FLOUR
MILLS ORGANIZATION (GA)
P.O.Box 3402, Riyadh 11471, SAUDI ARABIA
PH: 464-3500; TLX: 402560 (SAWAMI).
Contact: Hamad Toaimi, Foreign Purchasing Mgr.
AMERICAN SOYBEAN ASSOCIATION/SOUTHEAST
541 Orchard Road #11-03 Lait Towers, Singapore 0923, SINGAPORE
PH: 737-6233 or 737-6561 TLX: 786-56791
Contact: David Thomason, Dir.
Objectives & activities: Country directors work with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Foreign Agricultural Service Staff and local individuals and groups involved with oilseed utilization, consumption and marketing.
OILSEED BOARD (GA)
P.O.Box 211, Pretoria 0001.SOUTH AFRICA
PH: 325-5000, TLX: 5320894 or 5321346.
AMERICAN SOYBEAN ASSOCIATION/MIDEAST
IBERIA & AFRICA
Juan Alvarez Mendizabal #3,3 Madrid 28008, SPAIN
PH: 242-2900; TLX: 46008 (SOYA E) FAX: 34/1/542-6123.
Contact: Arno Partner, Regional Dir.
Founded: 1920 (main office)
Membership: 422,000 soybean farmers
Objectives & Activities: To promote market uses and policies that allow U.S. soybean farmers to produce and sell soybeans competitively and profitably; to continue increases in demand for U.S. soybeans through free and open access into wondwide markets; to assure adequate support for soybean utilization and production research.
Publications: Animal Nutrition Highlights (French/Spanish) bi-monthly, free; Human Nutrition Highlights (French/Spanish); bi-monthly; free; Animal Nutrition Research Highlights, bi-monthly, free.
DE EXPORTADORES DE ACEITE DE SOJA
(Spanish Soybean Oil Exporters Association)
Galle Diego de Leon 34,3° A Madrid 28006 SPAIN
PH: 34/1/262-1431; TLX: 44092 (SOYE E); FAX: 202-1431.
Contact: George Laffaille, Gen.Mgr,
Membership: 6 major Spanish soybean crushing plants.
Objectives & Activities: To channel the soybean oil (crude & refined) exports of the Association's members to provide them with all information necessary to their activity; to maintain contacts with Spanish official entities and important international bodies related to soybean.
ASOCIACION ESPANOLA DE
FABRICANTES DE MARGARINA
(Spanish Association of Margarine Manufacturers)
Apartado: 791 48080 Bilbao, SPAIN
PH: 34/4/463-4400; TLX: 32737 (AGRASA)
Contact: F. Javier Herrero Velardo Pres.
Membership: 350 individuals 15 firms
Objectives & Activities: Defends the interests of Spanish margarine manufacturers.
DE FABRICANES DE ALIMENTOS COMPUESTOS PARA ANIMALES (CESFAC)
(Spanish Association of Feed Manufacturers)
Gran.Via. 68-1° , 28013 Madrid, SPAIN
PH: 1/542-0505; TLX: 27270 (GRUPL-E); FAX: 1/2480217.
Contact: Manuel G.Mendez, Dir.
Membership: 35 individuals, 15 firms or organizations.
Objectives & Activities: Defend the interests of Spanish feed manufacturers.
FORENINGEN SVENSKA MARGARINTILLVERKARE
(Association of Swedish Margarine Manufacturers)
Box 5501, Stockholm S-11485 SWEDEN
PH: 08/783-8000; TLX: 19990 (SWEDING S) .
Contact: Goran Holmquist, Dir.General
Membership: 3 firms margarine manufacturers.
NORDISKT FORUM FOR LIPID
FORSKNING OCH TEKNOLOGI (LIPIDFORUM) (Scandanavian Forum for Lipid Research
c/o SIK - The Swedish Food Institute, Box 5401, S-40229 Goteborg, SWEDEN
PH: 46/31/400120; TLX: 21651 (SIK S)
Contact: Reinhard Marcuse Secy Gen.
Membership: Approximately 500 individuals and 100 firms; individuals, scientific institutions and industrial companies.
Objectives & Activities: Arrange meetings: (1) :Scandinavian Symposia on Lipids", each second year with broad spectrum programmes alternating in the five Nordic countries, (2) specialized symposia on specific items.
Publications: Newsletters, 2 times/yr, free to members, proceedings, for purchase by members and non members; list available.
FOREIGN TRADE ORGANIZATION
FOR CHEMICALS & FOODSTUFFS (GEZA) (GA)
P.O.Box 893 Damascus SYRIA
PH: 228521 or 225421; TLX: 411000 or 411370 (GEZA SY);
Contact: Ifat Haman Dir Vegt./Oil Dept.
FOR FODDER (GA)
P.O.Box 4787, Damascus SYRIA
PH: 221893 or 221689; TLX: 411089 or 411124 (ALAF SY).
Contact: Omar Kholani, Dir. Gen.
Objectives & Activities: Importer of soybean meal.
AMERICAN SOYBEAN ASSOCIATION/TAIWAN
Kwang Wu Building Room 603 Tun Hua Road Talpel 10099, TAIWAN
PH: 781-2110 or 781-5880 TLX: 785-19422 (USBEANS)
Contact: Steve Chen, Dir
Objectives & Activities: Country directors work with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Foreign Agricultural Service staff and local individuals and groups involved with oilseed utilization consumption and marketing.
THE ASIAN VEGETABLE RESEARCH
AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER (AVRDC)
P.O.Box 42, Shanhua Tainan 74199 TAIWAN
PH: 06/583-7801; TLX: 73550 (AVRDG); FAX: 06/583-0009
Publications: Annual Progress Report annual $20 U.S.; Centerpoint annual
FOOD INDUSTRY RESEARCH
& DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE
331 Food Road P.O.Box 246, Hsinchu 30038 TAIWAN
PH: 886/035/223191; FAX: 886/035/214016
Contact: Paul C. Ma. Dir.
Membership: 209 individuals and 1 firm or organization. The government agriculture economy health and service. The industry canning frozen fermentation flavour and packaging.
Objectives & Activities: To carry out basic and applied research on food science technology and microbiology to help the local food industry (including soybean, oil, tofu, soymilk, yuba and related soyfoods). Supplying market information, organizing training programs and providing chemical analysis for the food industries.
Publications: Food industry (in Chinese), monthly US$34 Annual Report (both Chinese & English) annual free; Food industry Almanac (in English) annual US$20 Research Report (both chinese & English) no periodic, US$3 Market Information (in Chinese) every 2 weeks. NT$2,000.
TAIWAN FEED INDUSTRIES
368 Fu Shing South Road Section 1, 9th Floor, Talpiel 10640 TAIWAN
Contact: K.G.Lin Chman
Membership: 113 feed mills and feed traders; manufacturers of mixed feeds.
Objectives & Activities: Act as a liaison between government and members on procurement and production coordinator and provide technical and market information.
TAIWAN SOY SAUCE INDUSTRY
24 Pel Ping East Road 4th Floor-3 Talpel TAIWAN
PH: 886/2/341-0739 or 351-7726.
Contact: M.C. Chang, Secy. Gen.
Membership: Manufacturers of tofu, spiced dried tofu and tofu skin or involved in soyfood production and marketing.
Objectives & Activities: Act as liaison between government and members on procurement and production; coordinate and provide technical and market information to members.
TAIWAN VEGETABLE OIL
Chang An East Road 6th Floor, Pal-Fu Building 27, Section 1, Talpel 104, TAIWAN
PH: 886/561 6351.
Contact: Daniel Yang, Secy Gen.
Membership: Manufacturers of soybean oil, soybean meal, peanut oil and salad oil or those involved with vegetable oil refining.
Objectives & Activities: Act as liaison between government and members on procurement and production coordinate and provide technical and market information.
BANQUE NATIONAL DE DEVELOPPEMENT
Agricole, 3, Rue Jugurtha, 1002 Tunis, TUNISIA
Contact: Forid Mokhtar, Pres.
INSTITUT NATIONAL DE
NUTRITION & TECHNOLOGIE ALIMENTAIRE (GA)
Rue Aristide Briand 1006 Bab Saadoun, Tunis, TUNISIA
Contact: Zouheir Kallel, Dir.
MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE
30 Rue Alain Savary, 1002 Tunis, TUNISIA
Contact: Habib Najjar, Pres.
UNION TUNISIENNE INDUSTRIE
DU COMMERCE ET DE L'ARTISANAT (UTICA) (GA)
103 Avenue de la Liberte, 1002 Tunis, TUNISIA
PH: 253434 or 253724 TLX: 13982.
Contact: Abdelkader Chaouch, Pres.
UNITED SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLIC (U.S.S.R)
PRODSYRIO Division of
v/o EXPORTKHLEB (GA)
Smolenskaja Sennaja 32/34 G-200 Moscow U.S.S.R
Contact: V.K. Mishin Dir.
Objectives & Activities: Sole importer of oilseeds and meal.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (U.S.A)
THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
OF CEREAL CHEMISTS (AACC)
3340 Pilot Knob Road St.Paul MN 55121 U.S.A
PH: 612/454-7250; TLX: (MCI/WUI) 6502439657; FAX: 612/454
Contact: Raymond J. Tarleton, Exec. Vice Pres.
Membership: 3,466 individuals, 234 firms or organizations: cereal science professionals throughout the U.S. and 90 other countries. Among its members are government and academic scientists as well as technically trained persons working within the cereal processing industries.
Objectives & Activities: Members share the common desire to improve themselves through broadening their understanding of cereal science, stimulating their professional contacts and increasing their potential for advancement. The unique professional services, publications, meetings and activities provided by the AACC help members to achieve their goals.
Publications: Cereal Foods World, monthly $60/yr U.S., $85/yr elsewhere; Cereal Chemistry, bi-monthly, $120/yr U.S. $135/yr elsewhere.
AMERICAN FARM BUREAU
225 Touhy Avenue Park Ridge, IL.600068 USA
PH: 708/395 5748; FAX: 708/389-5896.
Contact: Timothy Price, Dir. Wheat Feed Grains & Soybeans Dept.
Membership: 3.7 million farmers and ranchers in USA.
Objectives & Activities: Independent non-governmental voluntary organization of farm and ranch families united for the purpose of analyzing their problems, formulating action to achieve educational improvement economic opportunity, social advancement and thereby promote the national well-being.
Publications: Farm Bureau News, weekly.
AMERICAN FEED INDUSTRY
1701 N Ft.Myer Drive 12th Floor Arington VA,22209 USA;
PH: 703/524-0810; FAX: 703/524-1921.
Contact: Barbara Estridge, Corp Secy.
Membership: 600 firms or individuals who manufacture and/or market animal food, soil products incorporated into animal feed, sell equipment or supplies and services used in the manufacture and distribution of animal feed.
AMERICAN OIL CHEMISTS'
1608 Broadmoor Drive P.O.Box 3489 Champaign IL. 61621 USA
PH: 217/359-2344; TLX: 4938651 (AOCS UI); FAX: 217/351-8091
Contact: James C. Lyon, Exec.Dir.
Membership: 4,000 individuals, 2.000 firms or organizations AOCS is the professional home for more than 4,000 members in 80 nations working in edible fats and oils lipids, soaps surfactants and detergents oleochemicals, proteins, nutrition, plant lipids, and disciplines.
Objectives & Activities: To be a forum for the exchange of ideas information and experience among those with a professional interest in the science and technology of fats, oils, and related substances in ways that promote personal excellence and provide for high standards of quality.
Publications: Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society (subscriber also receives INFORM) monthly, $150/yr (lib and instit.) LIPIDS, monthly, $175/yr (lib and instit) INFORM (membership pub) monthly $100/yr (lib and instit.)
THE AMERICAN PHYTOPATHOLOGICAL
3340 Pilot Knob Road St. Paul MN 55121 USA
PH: 612/454-7250; TLX: (MCI/WUI) 6502439657; FAX: 612/454-0766
Contact: Raymond J. Tarleton, Exec. Vice Pres.
Membership: 4,529 individuals and 59 firms or organizations representing a broad cross section of the scientific community including research scientists, teachers extension specialists, students sales representatives administrators, technician, agricultural field representatives and post management personal. Objectives & Activities: The common goal of this diversified group is to promote knowledge of plant science through publications, meetings, symposia workshops and special activities .
Publications: Phytopathology monthly $185/yr (US individuals) $220/yr (individuals elsewhere) Plant Disease monthly $65/yr (US individuals), $95/yr (individuals elsewhere).
AMERICAN SOYBEAN ASSOCIATION
540 Maryville Centre Drive Suite 400 P.O.Box 27300 St. Louis MO. 63141 USA
PH: 314/576-1770. FAX: 31476-2786.
Contact: Dr. Kenneth L. Bader, CEO
Membership: Active members 32.000 US soybean farmers.
Objectives & Activities: Promoting soybean products; conducting research to find new or improved uses for soybeans, conducting research to increase production efficiency and formulating policies -domestic and trade - to enhance use of soybeans.
Publications: SOYBEAN DIGEST magazine 12 times/yr $20 US, $25 Canada $276 (membership in ASA) elsewhere, SOYBEAN UPDATE newsletter 40 times/yr, ASA members only.
ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN
FEED CONTROL OFFICIALS (AAFCO)
P.O.Box 3160 College Station TX: 77841-3160 USA
PH: 409/845-1121; FAX 409/845-1989.
Contact: Barbara J. Sims, Secy
Membership: 56 state and federal organizations involved with commercial feeds and food ingredients.
Objectives & Activities: Establish uniform regulations, definitions and standards of feed ingredients.
Publications: AAFCO Official Publication annual $20/yr.
660 1st Avenue New York 10016 USA
PH: 212/779-7803; FAX 212/683-1099
Contact: Philip Johnston, Exec. Dir.
Objectives & Activities: Our purpose is to help the developing world's poor in their efforts to achieve social and economic well being CARE supports processes that create competence and become self sustaining over time. Our task is to reach new standards of excellence in offering technical assistance, training, food other materials resources and management in combinations appropriate to local needs and priorities. CARE also advocates public policies and programs that support these ends.
COMMERCIAL SOYBEAN BREEDERS
c/o Asgrow Seed Company R.R.1.1080 E. Highway 14, Jamesville, WI 53546 USA
PH: 5608/755-1777 FAX:608/755-0128
Contact: Alan K. Walker, Secy
Membership: 87 individuals; 34 firms or organizations who personally direct projects or programs for improving soybean cultivating through breeding and/or genetics.
Objectives & Activities: Encourage and promote a professional image and attitude among commercial soybean breeders; foster a better working relationship among private and public soybean breeders, provide more effective utilization of existing germplasm in all soybean breeding programs; represent the collective interests of members in governmental or industrial policy matters; communicate current research findings promote soybeans as a more profitable crop improve the efficiency of production and utilization of soybean protein and oil.
GOVERNMENT OF ONTARIO
221N LaSalle Street Suite 2700 Chicago IL.60611 USA
PH: 312/782-8688; FAX: 312782-5381
Contact: Kathleen Seebert, Trade Dev. Consultant
GRAIN ELEVATOR AND PROCESSING
301 4th Avenue So., Suite 365 P.O.Box 15026 Commerce Station Minneapolis MN.55409 USA
PH: 612/339-4625 FAX: 312/782-5381
Contact: Kathleen Seebert, Trade Dev. Consultant
Membership: 3000 individuals, dedicated to safety and efficiency in grain operations.
Objectives & Activities : To serve members by enhancing individual professionalism and fellowship and promoting sale efficient operations within the grain and processing industries.
Publication: In Grain monthly members free others $18/yr To Source (membership dir) annual members free others $50.
ILLINOIS CROP IMPROVEMENT
508 S. Broadway Urbana IL.61801, USA
PH: 217/367-4053; FAX:217/367-8032
Contact: James R. To, Mgr.
Membership: 225 firms or organizations primarily seed companies in the state of Illinois.
Objectives & Activities: To promote seed certification through field inspection ; seed quality laboratory testing record keeping and tag issuance; grain quality testing and winter farm facilities. Publications: Growers Directory annual (July publication) no cost; Growers To annual (December publication) no cost.monthly, free.
INSTITUTE OF FOOD TECHNOLOGISTS
221 N. LaSalle Street, Suite 300, Chicago, IL, 60601 USA
PH: 312\782-8424; FAX: 312\782-8348.
Contact: Daniel E. Weber, Executive Dir.
Membership: 23,000 individuals; members are active in academic, industrial and to institutions and are concerned with food science, which attempts to understand the scientific basis underlying the efficient provision of a nutritious, safe and acceptable diet. Other work in food technology, which applies this basic knowledge to the practical development of food sources, products and processes.
Objectives & activities: The institute of Food Technologists is a professional scientific society whose purpose is to implement the professional and scientific interests of its members.
Publications: Food Technology, monthly, incl. w\membership, non-members $60 domestic, all Journal of Food Science, bi-monthly, $15 a year, non-members $60 domestic, all others $70.
INSTITUTE OF SHORTENING
AND EDIBLE OILS
1750 New York Avenue, N.W., Washington DC, 20006 USA
Contact: Robert M. Reeves, Pres.
Membership: 21 trade association refiners of edible fats and oils.
Objectives & activities: Improve welfare of edible fats & oils industry. Activities include public education programs, sponsorship of research and coordination of policy with trade associations.
Publication: Food Fats & Oils, every 4-5 years, free; Directory of Edible Oil industry in US; every 5 years. $10.
Univ. of Illinois, Office of Intern. Agri., 113 Mumford Hall, 1301 W. Gregory Drive, Urbana, IL 61801, USA
PH. 217\333-6422; TLX: 910\250-7619 INTSOY; FAX: 217\333-5838
Contact: Harold F. Kauffman, Dir.
Membership:100 individuals and 100 firms or organizations forming a loose network of research scientists in approximately 40 developing countries and approximately 10 developed countries who share the common interest of expanding the use of soy to to improve nutrition and economic development.
Objectives & activities: The focus of the research and development activities is on the processing and utilization of whole soybeans for human food and animal feed.
Publications: INTSOY Publications Series, periodic, no cost; INTSOY Newsletter, semi-annual, no cost; misc. brochures\publications, periodic, no cost.
162 West St. 58, Hudson, IA, 50643 USA
PH: 319\988-4187; FAX: 319\988-3922.
Contact: Dennis Strayer, Pres.
Membership: 13 individuals; 13 firms or organizations; specialty soybean producers in to.
Objectives & activities: Our members produce exclusive varieties of specialty for human foods.
IOWA SOYBEAN ASSOCIATION
1025 Ashworth Road, No 310 W. Des Moines, IA, 50265 USA
PH: 515\223-1423; FAX: 515\225-7546.
Contact: Dan Hall, Exec. Dir.
Membership: 7,300 farmers, elevator personnel, non-grower support members, chemical representatives, commodity groups and various agriculture youth groups.
Objectives & activities: Promote a profitable soybean industry and inform to soybean producers of current production and marketing information. To lobby for to policies which benefit soybean producers.
Publications: Iowa Soybean Review (12 issues) and New Bulletin and Leader Line.
IOWA SOYBEAN PROMOTION
PR #3, IA, 50674 USA
Membership: 27,000 individuals; growers and business related. Objectives & activities: A voice in soybean marketing legislation, market development and research.
Publications: Soy Bean Digest, monthly; Soy Bean Up Date, weekly; subscription included with membership.
MISSOURI SOYBEAN MERCHANDISING
520 Ellis Blvd., Suite N, P.O Box 104778, Jefferson City, MO, 65110-4778 USA
PH: 314\635-6701; FAX: 314\635-5122.
Contact: Kenlon Johannes, Exec. Dir.
Membership: 30,000 farmers who contribute funds to the programs at the sale of their soybeans.
Objectives & activities: To provide information and resources needed to develop markets and soybean product manufacturing plants in the State of Missouri.
Publications: Missouri Soybean Farmer, Bi-monthly, Free to Producers.
NAL Building, Room 204, 10301 Baltimore Blvd. Beltsville, MD, 20705, USA
PH: 301\344-3755; TLX: 710828-0506; FAX: 301\344-5472.
Contact: Joseph H. Howard, Dir.
Membership: The Library serves the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Congressional, White House and other Federal Agencies, State and local agencies, including extension services, land-grant and other universities, libraries and individuals. Clientele include scientists, administrators, nutritionists, teachers, extension workers, farmers and the general public.
Objectives & activities: The National Agricultural Library serves the public and the nation as an information provider for agriculture. The Library provides information services over a broad range of agricultural interests. The Library assists its users through a variety of specialized information. Its staff utilizes advanced information to generate new products, creating an electronic data base as it improves access to the knowledge stored in its multi-collection almost 2 million items.
Publication: Agricultural information Notes, monthly, no cost; various specialized directories, irregular, individually, no cost.
OF MARGARINE MANUFACTURERS (TO)
1101 15th St. N.W., Suite 202, Washington, DC, 20005, USA
PH: 202\785-3232; FAX: 202\223-9741.
Contact: Joseph B. Morris, Associate Dir.
Membership: 13 manufacturers of margarine in the United States.
Objectives & activities: Legislative and regulatory interest to develop, coordinate and supply the public with accurate information about margarine and margarine products.
NATIONAL GRAIN TRADE
1030 15th Street, N.W. Suite 1020, Washington, 20005 USA
Contact: Robert R. Peterson, Pres.
Membership: 60 firms or organizations: regular members include grain exchanges, board if trade and national grain marketing association. Associate members represent a large cross-section of the grain marketing industry.
Objectives & Activities: The Council's objectives and purposes are 1) to promote a better understanding among the grain trade, government agencies and the general public; 2) to advocate markets for the distribution of agricultural commodities.
Publications: Activity Report, monthly (no cost with membership).
NATIONAL OILSEED PROCESSORS
[Note: Founded in 1939 as National Soybean Processors Association; effective Aug. 1, 1989, name changed to National Oilseed Processors Association (NOPA)]
1255 23rd Street N.W. Suite 850' Washington D.C. 20037 U.S.A.
PH: 202/452-8040; TLX: 248959 (NOPA UR); FAX: 202/835-0400.
Contact: Sheldon J. Hauck, Pres.
Membership: 14 regular members, 22 associate members; processors of oilseeds and consumers of vegetable oils and meals.
Objectives & Activities To promote the domestic and international marketing of all types of oilseed products through development of equitable trading rules for buyers and sellers of such products: to foster intense research activity aimed at improving/increasing yields and productivity of oilseed crops ; to promote the sale of oilseed products internationally.
Publications: NOPA: Yearbook & Trading Rules, annually $30 non-members (add$8 for international orders).
NATIONAL WATERWAYS CONFERENCE,
1130 17th Street, N.W., Suite 200, Washington, DC. 20036 U.S.A.
PH:202/296-4415; FAX: 202/835-3861.
Contact: Henry N. Cook, Pres.
Membership: 22 individuals, 375 firms or organizations involved in waterway-related businesses, industries and agencies including bargelines, ports and terminals, waterway shippers and waterway service firms.
Objectives & Activities: To promote a better understanding of the public value of the American waterways system.
Publications: Washington Watch, monthly, $100/yr.
NEBRASKA SOYBEAN PROGRAM
301 Centennial Mail So., Fourth Floor, P.O.Box 05144, Lincoln, NE, 68509 USA
PH: 402/471-4894; FAX: 402/471-3345.
Contact: James P.Weyer, Man.Dir.
Membership: 1,100 individuals, 100 firms or organizations which are soybean producers, county extension agents, elevants, and agribusiness.
Objectives & Activities: By a 1975 declaration of the State of Nebraska soybean producers are permitted and encouraged to develop, carry out and participate in programs of research, education, market development and promotion. The Nebraska Soybean producers in this state may finance programs to achieve the overall goal of improving the profitability of soybean production.
NEW JERSEY SOYBEAN INDUSTRY
ADVISORY COUNCIL (GA)
New Jersey Dept. of Agriculture ON 330, Trenton N.J. 08625 U.S.A
PH: 609/292-8853; FAX: 609/984-5367.
Contact: Logan Brown, Council Liaison
Membership: 11 individuals and 5 firms or organizations. The council members are appointed by the New Jersey State Board Agriculture and consist of 6 N.J soybean growers, 2 N.J. handlers or dealers of soybeans, 1 representative of the N.J. soybean processing industry, 1 Dean of Cook College (ex-officio) and 1 N.J. Secretary of Agriculture.
Objectives & Activities: The Council is responsible for administrating programmes designed to expand and improve methods of research , promotion and marketing of N.J. soybeans. These include establishing a marketing plan and guideline assisting in the collection of information and record keeping.
Publications: New Jersey Soybean Industry Advisory Council Summary of Activities, annual no charge.
P.O.Box 2306, Davis, CA. 95617 U.S.A.
PH: 916/753-0731; TLX: MCI Plenty USA.
Contact: Laude Praskin, Dir. Soy Programs
Membership: 3,000 donors individual member donors, volunteers, technical consultants, medical professionals indigenous representatives.
Objectives & Activities: Plenty is a non-profit non-political organization whose objectives are to improve the quality of life for those in need. We promote self-sufficiency projects implemented in cooperation with local communities. We also work to promote a network of cultural exchange. Some of our projects include primary health care, nutrition and food processing, agriculture,alternative technology, public environmental law and marketing of native crafts.
Publications: Plenty Bulletin quarterly donation $25 integrated Soy Report $5 (when available); Soy Demonstration Pamphlet not available.
THE SOAP & DETERGENT
ASSOCIATION, GLYCERINE & OLEOCHEMICAL DIVISION
475 Park Avenue So., 27th Floor, New York N.Y. 10016 U.S.A.
PH: 212/725-1262; FAX: 212/213-0685.
Contact: Theodore E. Brenner, Pres.
Membership: 18 firms who produce fatty acids and/or glycerine. Objectives & Activities: Provide information to members and the public on fatty acids, glycerine and their derivatives; provide a forum for discussion of industry concerns and a vehicle for industry to regulator and/or legislative proposals.
SOY PROTEIN COUNCIL
1255 23rd Street N.W. Suite 850 Washington DC 20037, USA
PH:202/467-6610; TLX 248959 (NSPA UR); FAX: 202/833-3636.
Contact: Sheldon J. Hauck, Exec. Vice Pres.
Membership: 3 firms engaged in processing or sale of edible soy proteins or products.
Objectives & Activities: Build awareness of established nutritional properties of commercially available soy proteins and assist in creating better understanding of the role and utilization of soy proteins in the system.
318 Main Street P.O.Box 920 Bar Harbour ME 04609 USA
PH: 207/288-9419; FAX: 207/288-5264.
Contact: Leslie Harlow, Exec. Dir.
Membership: 50 firms or organizations who are manufacturers, marketers suppliers, distributors and/or retailers of soyfood products.
Objectives & Activities: Provide opportunities for education and exchange of ideas among industry members; create standards, sponsor cooperative marketing and public relations programs; educate consumers regarding the nutritional value of soyfoods and encourage their consumption in the America diet.
Publications: Association Newsletter, quarterly, free to members ; Tolu Standards, free to members, discounts available on member publications.
U.S. DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE
OILSEEDS & PRODUCTS DIVISION (GA)
14th & Independence Avenue S.W., Room 5646-S Washington, DC 20250-1000, USA
PH: 202/382-0138; TLX: 7108221104 FAX:202/447-7670.
Contact: Sharon McClure, Group Leader.
AMERICAN SOYBEAN ASSOCIATION/SOUTH
AMERICA & CARIBBEAN BASIN
Centro Plaza Piso 18, Los Palos Grandes av. Francisco de Miranda Caracas 1062 VENEZUELA
PH: 283-2399 or 283-7566; TLX 395-29119 (USATO VC).
Contact: Jose Felix Chavez, Dir.
Objectives & Activities: Country directors work with the U.S. Department of Agriculture Foreign Agricultural Service staff and local individuals and groups involved with oilseed utilization consumption and marketing
FEED MANUFACTURER'S ASSOCIATION
Gunduliceva 45 P.O.Box 609 Zagreb 41000, YUGOSLAVIA
PH: 041/445-085 or 442-215 TLX: 22411 (PZISH YU) 1
Contact: Lidja Pavesic, Mgr., B.Vet.Sc.
Membership: 130 feed manufacturers (premixes and complete feed).
Objectives & Activities: Improvement of feed manufacturing in Yugoslavia (both technology and nutritive); arrangement of congresses, meetings, lectures; trading with feed additives and components ; representing foreign firms.
Publications: KRMIVA (scientific journal) monthly 60 DEMRr.
CENTRE DE RECHERCHE AGRO-ALIMENTAIRE
Sur la route de l'Aeroport B.P.54 Lubumbashi ZAIRE
Contact: Nyembe Nikonzi Kalala, Dir.Gen.
Membership: 59 firms food manufacturers.
Objectives & Activities: Conduct applied research in food technology improvement of traditional food technologies and quality control, carry out feasibility studies and act as consultant for local food industries and farmers.
NAM BOARD (GA)
P.O.Box 122 Lusaka, ZAMBIA
COMMERCIAL FARMERS UNION
Exclusive trading agency
113 Moffal Street Agricultural House P.O.Box 592, Harare, ZIMBABWE
PH: 790429; TLX: 22084; (OFU-ZW)
Contact: George Hutchison, Chief Exec.
Membership: 1300 individuals; commercial soybean; groundnut (peanut) and sunflower growers in Zimbabwe.
Objectives & Activities: To promote the production of oilseed crops in Zimbabwe to assist in oilseed crop research and promote increased utilization of oilseed crops.
Publications: Oilseeds Handbook (updated every 2 yrs) US$10 Farmer Magazine, weekly, US $25Yr; Commercial Agriculture in Zimbabwe, annual US.$15.
GRAIN MARKETING BOARD
P.O.Box 8014 Causeway Harare, ZIMBABWE
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