A second Canadian company has now had its licence to sell Canola into China revoked.
This time action is being taken against Viterra another major handler of canola.
Earlier this month Richardson International had its license to sell Canola into China revoked.
The Chinese saying they were revoking the permit as a result of concerns over pests found in canola shipments.
Jim Everson, President of the Canadian Canola Council told us last week that Canada was seeing very limited sales of canola seed into China.
He says its clear importers in China are demonstrating an unwillingness to buy Canadian Canola.