COLUMBIA GRAIN INTERNATIONAL MEETS DEMAND FOR PULSES DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC. As other sectors of American agriculture feel the pressure of the coronavirus, pulse crop supplier, processor, and distributor Columbia Grain
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GRANGEVILLE, Idaho (AP) — Toilet paper isn’t the only thing being whisked off the grocery store shelves these days. Ever since the coronavirus pandemic settled in, agriculture producers have experienced a bean boom as consumers stock up on dry beans, peas, lentils and chickpeas.
The grocery store’s dry beans and lentils section usually has a pretty small footprint, with not so many people hanging around. But then came coronavirus, and suddenly, there was renewed fervor for these shelf-stable commodities, which are affordable, versatile, and Mediterranean healthy in the kitchen.
GRANGEVILLE, Idaho — Toilet paper isn’t the only thing being whisked off the grocery store shelves these days. Ever since the coronavirus pandemic settled in, agriculture producers have experienced a bean boom as consumers stock up
Be safe, stay safe, and hug those around you. Columbia Grain Meets Skyrocketing Demand During Pandemic Grains & pulse supplier ramps up production to meet Americans increased demand for the shelf-stable
A little over a year ago, Columbia Grain Intl. LLC put forth a mid-term strategy that outlined our desire to move further downstream with our business investments. Today we are
GPC Interview with Andrew Jacobs and Jeff Van Pevenage Andrew has 48 years of experience in the European pulse trade and is one of the lead architects of the GPC