Angola: Expanded Milling Opens the Door for U.S. Wheat Exports

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Angola’s wheat milling capacity is expected to grow over the next several years, with the opening of two new mills and increased production at two existing mills. This creates an opportunity for U.S. wheat exports to the country. Angola does not produce its own wheat, and is just beginning a transition from its reliance on imported wheat flour to local milling of imported wheat as part of a broader economic diversification effort.

Angola: Expanded Milling Opens the Door for U.S. Wheat Exports

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