|SWEET WHEY FOOD GRADE POWDER FUTURES|
|Unit of trading||6 tonnes|
|Pricing unit/quotation (= price basis)||euros per tonne|
|Origins tenderable||European Union|
|Quality||Sweet, food grade, made by the spray process directly and exclusively from the removal of water from fresh sweet whey, derived either from the manufacture of cheese or rennet casein, pasteurised and without added preservatives, compliant with EU legislation.
Physical and Chemical Analysis:
|Minimum price movement (tick size and value)||1 euro per tonne|
|Delivery months||Monthly such that 18 calendar months are quoted at any time.|
|Introduction of new expiry months||First trading day following the last trading day.|
|Wholesale services||Against Actuals, Exchange for Swaps|
|Last trading day||The last business day prior to the tender day.|
|Settlement (Delivery)||Delivered free to Buyer's transport in accordance with Incoterm FCA from a EC regulations compliant store or production facility (duty paid) within a 150 km radius of Antwerp, Hamburg or Rotterdam, restricted to continental delivery.Stored in a cool, dry environment, protected from moisture and foreign odours.
Storage at a maximum of 25 degrees Celsius with a relative humidity below 65 percent.
25kg net weight in a minimum of 2ply kraft paper bag with a polyethylene liner with a minimum tare of 240g, each package marked to enable trace back.
|Delivery period||Any business day from the first business day of the delivery month through to the last business day of the delivery month.|
|Exchange Delivery Settlement Price (EDSP) (methodo price)||EDSP as a physically delivered contract (please refer to the technical specifications)|
|Clearing organization||LCH SA|
|Delivery limits||Delivery limits are set by LCH S.A. and are published 80 days before the last trading day and are applicable for 12 days before the last trading day of the delivery month. Please refer to the LCH S.A. notices on the website.|
|Trading hours||09:00 to 18:00 CET|
|Algorithm||Central order book applies a price-time trading algorithm, with priority given to the first order at the best price.|
|Last update||28 May 2019|