According to the US Department of Agriculture, for the period April 02-08, 2021 about wheat, netsales reductions of 56,600 metric tons (MT) for 20/21–a MY low–were down noticeably from the previous week and from the prior 4-week average. Increases for the Philippines (19,200 MT, including 12,500 MT switch. from unkn. destin. and decreases of 1,100MT), the DominicanRepublic (17,000MT), Malaysia (11,500MT, switch. from unkn. destin.), Colombia (8,500 MT, including 5,000 MT switch. from Honduras), and Singapore (7,000MT, switch. from unkn. destin.), were more than offset by reductions primarily for SouthKorea (35,600MT), unkn. destin. (31,000MT), Mexico (28,000MT), and Japan (26,500MT). For 21/22, net sales of 274,400MT reported for unkn. destin. (199,000MT), the Philippines (113,500MT), Japan (47,900MT), South Korea (38,000MT), and Peru (6,000MT), were offset by reductions for China (130,000MT). Exports of 467,100MT were down 26% from the previous week and 16% from the prior 4-week average. The destinations were primarily to the Philippines (108,200MT), Mexico (76,100MT), China (68,000MT), South Korea (67,400 MT), and Nigeria (27,500 MT).