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Japan Considering Buying Our Grain
PENDLETON, Ore. (AP) — Representatives of Northwest wheat growers say they're cautiously optimistic about prospects for Japan to resume buying their grain. Sales were suspended after an Eastern Oregon farmer found unapproved genetically modified wheat in a field. The trade group U.S. Wheat Associates tells the East Oregonian a Japanese agency hasn't found any GMO material in their tests of 1.2 million metric tons.