The Seam

July 2005
Southeast Farm Press;7/6/2005, Vol. 32 Issue 17, p7
Trade Publication
The article informs that "The Seam," is agriculture's totally neutral Internet-based global marketplace for the buying and selling of commodities, including cotton and peanuts. Users of "The Seam" increase their profits through improved transaction process efficiencies, expanded exposure to potential customers and suppliers, constant access to real-time market information, and guaranteed domestic trades. This new system brings the power and security of The Seam's proven expertise to the peanut industry. Anchored by sales of the United States Department of Agriculture's peanut stocks, the system's buyers and sellers of U.S. peanuts are now able to participate in an easy-to-use, central marketplace.


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