• November - 2017

    We are well into traditional consumption season for pulses in most countries in the world - the period after harvest in North America and before the season in India. We are seeing various market dynamics with respect to volumes and shipping; but viewed in totality, the pulse sector in the world, and with it the underlying supply demand dynamics, are creating an interesting season.
  • September - 2017

    It is at conventions like Pulses 2017 “Future of Food” that we, as a global industry, have the opportunity to discuss these and other issues that face our sector and work collectively to make our sector strong. We look forward to 2018.
  • July - 2017

    At GPC, we are preparing for the “Pulses 2017 Convention” in Vancouver, Canada, early July with “The Future of Food” as the convention theme.
  • May - 2017

    With the upcoming season, our industry is positioning itself for an important period of the year. The global pulse sector looks forward to planting and harvests, and the start of a new crop season in Canada and the United States.
  • March - 2017

    It is interesting what diference a year can make. It was at this time of year at the start of International Year of Pulses in 2016 that our campaigns and programs were just beginning and we were not yet able to see what beneft we may see from our activities. Would markets and consumers even be interested in IYP and pulses?
  • January - 2017

    We have quickly approached the end of the 2016 calendar year and with it the completion of the International Year of Pulses in 2016. But this should not mean that the focus the world has been putting on pulses will stop.