At the end of November, the plenary session of the European Parliament rejected the legislative project that aims to reduce the use of pesticides in the European Union. The law […]
Mon 27/11/2023 by Richard Wilkinson
Chile’s cherry producers are feeling the impact of adverse weather conditions, with unseasonal rains hitting Chile’s northern central regions. These rains may be the most intense November rains in over a decade and are causing extensive damage.
Thu 23/11/2023 by Richard Wilkinson
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Paraguay has followed Bolivia in suspending banana exports to Argentina and has blocked the international bridge connecting the two countries in the municipality of Yacuiba until Argentina pays what is currently owed for the purchase of the fruit.
Wed 22/11/2023 by Richard Wilkinson
Northern Hemisphere citrus production is expected to be up by 12.2% this year compared to the last year’s disappointing campaign. This is the forecast released by the World Citrus Organisation […]
Tue 21/11/2023 by Richard Wilkinson
Floods in the northern French department of Pas-de-Calais have wreaked extensive damage to vegetable crops, including artichokes, cauliflowers, carrots, beetroot and celery. In Audomarois, near Saint-Omer, all the crops were […]
Mon 20/11/2023 by Richard Wilkinson
In the last summer tomato campaign, Spain produced 475,051 tons (-6% Y-o-Y), while the forecast for Spain’s coming winter campaign is 1.2 million tons of tomatoes, similar to last year’s. […]
Thu 16/11/2023 by Richard Wilkinson
Argentina’s fresh deciduous fruit production is set to rebound to 486,850 tons for apples and 625,400 tons for pears in the 2023/24 campaign.
Wed 15/11/2023 by Richard Wilkinson
Egypt’s table grape crop is forecast to reach 1.57 million tons in 2023/24 (October-September), while exports are projected to total 170,000 tons. In Egypt, grapes are one of the most […]
Mon 13/11/2023 by Richard Wilkinson
The USDA has published its initial crop forecast for the 2023/24 Florida citrus season, with numbers up in all categories. Total orange volumes are predicted to increase to 20.5m boxes […]
Wed 08/11/2023 by Richard Wilkinson
The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) has imposed further restrictions on vessel transits as a result of the country’s driest October in 73 years, reports World Cargo News. Since April, the […]
Tue 07/11/2023 by Richard Wilkinson
Fruits from Chile
The first estimate released by the Chilean Cherry Committee indicates that Chile expects to export 95.4m (5kg) cartons of cherries during the 2023/24 season, up 15% from last campaign. The […]
Mon 06/11/2023 by Richard Wilkinson