Put simply, commodities are the raw materials humans use to create a livable world. Humans use energy to sustain themselves, metals to build tools, and agricultural products to feed themselves. These — energy, metals, and agricultural products — are the three classes of commodities, and they are the essential building blocks of the global economy.
Commodities generally meet the following criteria:
Tradability: The commodity has to be tradable.
Deliverability: All the commodities have to be physically deliverable.
Liquidity: Every commodity has an active market with buyers and sellers constantly transacting with each other.
Chicken - USDA China Certified product
Edible Oils - World Wide
Olive Oil - Greece -Spain - Portugal
Potatoes - Cyprus - Holland - England - Ireland
Pasta - Italy
Cartis Systems - France
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Timber - Africa - Brazil
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Coal - SA
Natural Gas - USA
Coal - South Africa
Biofuels - USA
Diamonds - Africa - New York - Belgium - HK
Gold - Ghana-Mali-Africa
Bulk - Sri Lanka
Finished and packaged - Sri Lanka
To name a few!