Todd R. Sinner, Partner and Vice President at Sinner Brothers and Bresnahan (SB&B), US will be one of the speakers at the free Virtual U.S. Identity-Preserved Soya and Specialty Grains Virtual Seminar 2020 on 15 September 3.00-6.00 PM (GMT+2). Todd will be presenting the talk: “How to buy Identity Preserved (IP) High Quality and Segregated Products“.
What can you tell us about your presentation at the Virtual Seminar?
The presentation will provide an overview of the U.S. Identity Preserved (IP) industry along with the process in purchasing IP products from the United States. The U.S. IP buying process if focused on enhancing profitability by delivering consistent and traceable products. Attendees will better understand how the U.S. IP industry can deliver products that benefit the unique customer manufacturing process and product needs.
There’s a lot of interest in IP products, what´s their main advantage?
IP products offer many advantages such as listed below:
- Relationship between buyer and seller
- Food Safety
- Food Security
- Increased Sales & Profits
What are the challenges the industry is and will be facing in the future?
A large percentage of the U.S. agriculture is produced in rural regions of the United States. With that said, one of the main challenges the industry is facing is logistics/transportation. IP products are shipped using 20’ or 40’ containers and often times, available equipment for loading is less available in rural parts of the United States where the products are produced. This situation can create added transit times and/or increased transportation costs.
Market access barriers is another challenge we face as an industry as we look to enter and/or expand new markets. Common barriers we face include, but not limited to are High Tariffs, Foreign Government Regulations, Foreign country inspection procedures and zero-tolerance Maximum Residue Levels (MRL’s).
Who is Specialty Soya & Grains Alliance (SSGA)?
Specialty Soya & Grains Alliance is a member-driven group of producers and companies focused on leading the development of the Identity-Preserved soya and grains value chains. We advocate for seamless IP crops trade by sharing information across government and industry, connecting value chain members, to create efficiency and reduce market access barriers.
About the Speaker
Todd Sinner is currently a partner/owner of Sinner Brothers and Bresnahan (SB&B) based in Casselton, ND USA, a large-scale agribusiness specializing in the production, processing and marketing of safe, reliable food ingredients to markets around the world. Todd is one of the 5th generation family owners of SB&B. Since joining SB&B in 2006, Todd has been responsible for global sales and also sits on the company’s board of directors. Todd started his career with Bank of America’s large corporate banking sector in Chicago, Illinois where he was responsible for Global Treasury & Liquidity Management sales. He maintains an active role in regional and national organizations including Specialty Soya & Grains Alliance (SSGA), United States Soybean Export Council (USSEC), ND District Export Council and Northern Crops Institute.
Learn more about the benefits of IP crops and their traceability at the Virtual U.S. Identity-Preserved Soya and Specialty Grains Seminar:
Virtual U.S. Identity-Preserved Soya and Specialty Grains Seminar, 15 September 2020, 3.00-6.00 PM (GMT+2)
Grown with a Purpose!
Unique Virtual Live Video Business Seminar:
>3 Hrs Live Business Deal Meetings with US Exporters
>2 Hrs Thought Leading Speakers & Panel
This FREE virtual seminar is dedicated to introducing European companies to the unique U.S. produced Identity Preserved (IP) process and the soya and specialty grains that have the traits that customers are looking for, including back to the farm traceability, protein and quality characteristics, and deforestation-free production.
> Learn more about the IP system in the U.S. and how the soya and whole and ancient grain products have the characteristics that consumers want and are willing to pay for.
> Meet people in the value chain that work hard to segregate your purchased field crops or inputs, from farmers to processors and exporters.
> Enjoy Networking opportunities to meet and chat with U.S. producers and exporters of IP soya and whole and ancient grain products.