ICE became the center of global trading in agricultural commodities with its acquisition of the New York Board of Trade in 2007. Today we offer futures and options on the leading softs markets including coffee, cocoa, cotton, sugar and frozen concentrated orange juice, as well as UK feed wheat futures and options, and the leading canola futures contract.

Our benchmark contracts offer the most globally relevant price markers for the agricultural markets and provide customers across industries with tools to manage price and counterparty risk, facilitate price discovery, and capture new trading opportunities in a highly liquid, transparent market.

ICE Agriculture Categories

Softs

Cocoa »

With seasonal demand cycles and concentrated production sources, the cocoa market is subject to a high degree of volatility. Our cocoa contracts allow participants to hedge in the currency that best meets their needs.

Cotton »

At the center of the global textiles industry, cotton is a preferred contract among CTAs and hedge funds. Its global appeal and vulnerability to unforeseen events attracts a broad range of market participants.

Sugar »

Sugar is one of the world’s 10 largest agricultural markets and the world looks to us to price this vital commodity. A large set of commercial market participants ensure highly efficient pricing and continuous liquidity.

Coffee »

With supplies originating in the tropics and consumption throughout the world, the global coffee trade for Arabica and Robusta varieties relies on the deep liquidity of our markets to manage price risk and volatility.

Frozen Orange Juice »

Weather sensitivity and rapidly changing supply and demand, makes the price of orange juice extremely volatile. Our FCOJ market provides critical risk management tools to an industry at risk from the elements.

Grains & Oilseeds

Canola »

ICE Canola is the global benchmark for price discovery. Strong volume and growing open interest have made our Canola futures and options critical hedging and investment tools.

Grains »

ICE UK Feed Wheat futures are relied upon as the European benchmark for the pricing of physical feed wheat, and is actively traded by cooperatives, merchants, traders, exporters and processors.


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