PANAMA - Jan 29/21 - SNS -- International dry edible bean markets were little changed in the past week, though good demand from Mexico and other destinations continued to support North American values.
This was reflected in the dry edible bean price index for the United States, which was inched up 0.1 points on the week at 85.7, its highest level since August.
By contrast, the global pulse price index advanced 1.3 points on the week to close at 82.7, while the Canadian index was jumped 1.7 points to close at 82.2 points, its highest level since September of 2017.
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