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Jordan: Grain and Feed Annual

FAS Amman (Post) forecasts Jordan’s wheat imports in MY 2022/23 to reach 1.3 million MT driven by fears of war. The Russian war on Ukraine has a direct impact on Jordan, as most of Jordan's wheat and barley come from Black Sea.
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Jordan: Grain and Feed Annual

In MY2021/22 wheat imports are forecast to reach 1.2 MMT.
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Jordan: Grain and Feed Update

FAS Amman forecasts Jordan’s wheat imports in marketing year (MY) 2020/2021 to reach 900,000 metric tons (MT).
Jordan is dependent on grain imports, any disruption to trade will jeopardize the country's food security and its stability.
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Jordan: Exporter Guide

Jordan counts with increasingly westernized consumer tastes. Its 10.5 million consumers are demanding a wider variety of foreign food and agricultural products that are attractively packaged....
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Jordan: Grain and Feed Update

Jordan is dependent on grain imports, disruptions to trade will jeopardize food security and stability.
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Jordan: FAIRS Export Certificate Report

This report lists the certificates needed to accompany food and agricultural products to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.
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Jordan: Grain and Feed Annual

FAS Amman (Post) forecasts Jordan’s wheat imports in MY 2019/20 to stay at 1.1 million metric tons (MMT), a figure largely in line with forecasted consumption rates.
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Jordan: Grain and Feed Update

Jordan’s wheat imports in marketing year (MY) 2018/19 are forecast at 1.1 million metric tons (MMT).
FAS Amman in cooperation with the U.S. Grains Council and the Amman Chamber of Commerce organized on April 22-26, 2018, a first of its kind grains inspection and sampling workshop.
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Jordan: Grain and Feed Annual

FAS Amman forecasts Jordan’s wheat production in marketing year (MY) 2018/19 (July-June) at 20,000 metric tons (MT), largely unchanged from the USDA official MY 2016/17 estimate.
Commencing February 15, 2018, the Jordanian government is imposing a 20 percent sales tax on 164 items, mostly food and beverage products (including carbonated drinks)....