Japan Buys Biggest Volume of Milling Wheat in 3 Months in Regular Tender

According to the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries saidJapan, Asia’s biggest wheat buyer, bought 153,326 metric tons of milling wheat from the U.S., Canada and Australia in a regular tender yesterday,  reported “Kazakh-Zerno” IA with reference to the “Bloomberg“.
It was the largest purchase since April 22, when the government bought 157,000 tons. Shipment is set from Sept. 1 to Sept. 30, according to Ryou Okajima at the grain trade division of the ministry. 
Japan purchased 1.59 million tons of milling wheat this fiscal year. In the year ended March 31, the ministry bought 4.26 million tons of the grain through regular tenders. 

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