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Jaffa Orri Mandarin exporters target Chinese market
14 March 2017
Israel’s Plant Production and Marketing Board is ramping up sales to China following significant production increases this season.
Cold weather a blessing in disguise for Spanish strawberries
08 March 2017
The Freshuelva industry is also celebrating the growing relevance of locally developed varieties to reduce dependence on foreign programmes.
Waitrose debuts year-round salad leaves grown under glass in UK, easing reliance on imports
27 February 2017
The recent weather challenges in Europe which have been affecting the supply of fresh produce to the UK makes hydroponic greenhouse cultivation of crops even more important.
Peru: Early season avocados to ramp up in 2017, says ProHass president
22 February 2017
Exponential growth in avocado production out of Peru is no secret in the global produce industry, but a wider supply window may start to be felt this upcoming season.
Israeli herb growers expand production in Kenya
21 February 2017
ADA Fresh has finalised a deal to buy 94 hectares of Kenyan land to upscale basil production in a location with similar growing conditions to Israel.
Digital certificates peel back bureaucracy for faster smoother banana shipments
16 February 2017
Organic bananas will move into Europe more efficiently, thanks to a new digital system coming online in April.
Poland: Appolonia sends first exports to China
14 February 2017
After years of negotiations to gain access to China, the association has set a goal of 200 containers for the season.
Jaffa Orri Mandarin exports set to soar
13 February 2017
Israeli supply of iconic Mandarins is expected to last until mid-May, extending the season by around four weeks. In the meantime, exporters look to North America and the Far East to avoid a glut in EU markets.
Tipping the Iceberg
08 February 2017
One UK lettuce supplier reveals the true cost of the extreme weather in Spain, predicting a return to normality at the end of March or early April when rationing should cease.
MEPs approve safeguards against Ecuadorian banana surge
06 February 2017
Under the new measures, Ecuador would lose its preferential tariffs to the EU if it reaches an annual threshold. This follows concerns by EU growers that the increase in exports could adversely impact the market.
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