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A win-win situation with Africa

A win-win situation with Africa
The European Union’s imports of fresh fruit and fresh vegetables from outside the EU remained stable at 11.8 million tons (worth almost €11.8 billion) and 1.6 million tons (€1.7 billion) […]
Wed 06/07/2016 by Richard Wilkinson

Small rise in grape sales in UK

Small rise in grape sales in UK
Thanks largely to shoppers buying them more often, retail sales of fresh table grapes in the UK are up 2.2% on last year to 227.9 million kg. Kantar Worldpanel data […]
Wed 06/07/2016 by Richard Wilkinson

Australians buying less but paying more for grapes

Australians buying less but paying more for grapes
Nearly 76% of Australian households purchased grapes in the year to June 11, down from 80.1% for the year prior. Nielsen Homescan Australia figures also show that in terms of […]
Wed 06/07/2016 by Richard Wilkinson

Growth in Irish grocery market but uncertain times ahead

Growth in Irish grocery market but uncertain times ahead
The recent EU referendum result and weakening of the pound against the euro could see many Irish shoppers return to old habits – heading across the border in search of […]
Wed 06/07/2016 by Richard Wilkinson

Regular shipments to China of Peru’s Hass avocados

Regular shipments to China of Peru’s Hass avocados
China has shown significant growth in the consumption of avocados, with a 160% increase in consumption over the last two years. In 2015 avocado imports totaled 15,000 tons. Right now, […]
Mon 04/07/2016 by Richard Wilkinson
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Southern African citrus growers welcome Brexit

Southern African citrus growers welcome Brexit
Brexit should see a normalisation of citrus trade between southern Africa and the UK, “unencumbered by protectionism, tariffs and technical barriers to trade,” says the Citrus Growers Association of southern […]
Mon 04/07/2016 by Richard Wilkinson

How Brexit could disrupt the UK’s fresh produce trade

How Brexit could disrupt the UK’s fresh produce trade
Ceasing to enjoy the benefits of the 36 free trade agreements signed by the EU with non-EU countries is among the consequences the UK – heavily reliant on external imports […]
Thu 30/06/2016 by Richard Wilkinson

Lower global production of tomatoes for processing

Lower global production of tomatoes for processing
Global production of tomatoes for processing is set to fall nearly 8% this year to just under 38.1 million tons, compared to nearly 41.4 million tons in 2015. Production in […]
Mon 27/06/2016 by Richard Wilkinson

Naturcrex improves productivity and boosts stock capacity

Naturcrex improves productivity and boosts stock capacity
Winds of change are blowing around Naturcrex. Major investments, new business strategies and a renewed professional team are some of the key elements in the new phase the company is […]
Wed 22/06/2016 by Richard Wilkinson

The EU’s fresh lemon imports rose 5% last year

The EU’s fresh lemon imports rose 5% last year
Lemon and lime imports into the EU – a net importer of lemons – reached 399,040 tons in the 2014/15 marketing year (November-October), a 5% rise on the previous year. […]
Tue 21/06/2016 by Richard Wilkinson

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