U.S. Wheat Associates (USW) publishes a new Commercial Sales report every Thursday documenting wheat export sales-to-date by country and class for the current marketing year compared to the previous marketing year on the same date. The report also includes a 10-year commercial sales history by class and country. Data is sourced from the USDA Foreign Agricultural Service Weekly Export Sales Report.
November 25, 2022
U.S. export sales to date for delivery in 2022/23 total as of November 17, 2022
7% behind of last year’s pace
were reported as of November 17
USDA expects 2022/23 U.S. wheat exports to total
down 3% compared to 2021/22, if realized
According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) weekly Export Sales Report, total known outstanding sales and accumulated exports of all classes of wheat for the 2022/23 marketing year, through November 10, 2022, were 12.78 million metric tons (MMT), 7% lower than last year’s 13.69 MMT.
Net sales of 290,300 metric tons (MT) were reported for delivery in 2022/23, 10 percent less than last week’s 322,500 MT and within trade expectations of 250,000 to 500,000 MT. Increases were reported for Mexico (38,430 HRW, 7,080 SRW, 22,888 HRS), Japan (22,255 HRW, 27,626 HRS, 12,721 white), Chile (60,000 white), Thailand (21,500 HRS, 30,000 white) and the Philippines (1,881 HRS, 31,251 white).
USDA forecasts 2022/23 U.S. wheat exports (including donations) to total 21.09 MMT. Commitments to date (of wheat and wheat products) are 61% of total projected exports.