China bought 1.26 million tons of new soybeans from the U.S. in the week ended Feb. 24

WASHINGTON, March 3: The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s weekly export sales report shows that the U.S. sold 1.26 million tons of soybeans to China (mainland) for delivery in 2022/23 in the week ended Feb. 24, but not in 2021. Sales volume in FY22 decreased by 15,000 tons.

For comparison, the U.S. sold about 890,000 tons of soybeans to China in the previous week, including 291,000 tons in 2021/22 and 601,000 tons for delivery in 2022/23.

Looking at the sales of other grains, China bought 145,000 tons of U.S. sorghum that week for delivery in 2021/22. The U.S. shipped 345,000 tons of corn, 137,000 tons of sorghum and 411,000 tons of soybeans to China that week.

Note: The Chinese data in the article does not include data from Taiwan, China