2016 has been another busy year for our clients, and we have worked hard to meet expectations and deliver services of the highest quality.

At the same time, we have continued our investment in expertise, facilities and capabilities to ensure the accuracy, reliability and fast turnaround times that your operations depend on.

Weather patterns in Europe since the beginning of the season mean we have seen an increase in mycotoxins contamination. However, our mycotoxins monitoring programme continues to grow in strength and depth, providing timely and detailed data to improve decision-making and market opportunities.

Increasing our capabilities and the reach of our network improves client access to our services and allows us to better meet your needs. We provide a complete suite of solutions at every stage of the value chain to bring your agricultural commodities to market, controlling and analysing products to be sure they meet quality, safety and compliance requirements for all your global destinations.

In this issue we have interesting articles about the global grain market, mycotoxins contamination issues, the olive oil market and FOSFA membership in Guatemala, we hope that you will enjoy reading them.

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Johny Boerjan
Vice President Technical Governance
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About SGS

SGS is the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company. SGS is recognized as the global benchmark for quality and integrity. With more than 85,000 employees, SGS operates a network of over 1,800 offices and laboratories around the world.