Pacific Ethanol confirms sorghum imports replacing corn

April 1, 2013 |

In California, Pacific Ethanol has confirmed that it has been importing sorghum to supplement its corn supply for ethanol production, both to qualify as an advanced biofuels and to offset high corn prices. Reuters says that grain traders had heard rumors the company was importing sorghum from Argentina earlier this month. The company has made a deal with Chromatin for supply of locally-produced sorghum going forward.

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