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Disease threatens Italian kiwi

NERGI®: increased volumes  and commitment to sustainable development 

NERGI®: increased volumes  and commitment to sustainable development 

Published on Sep 16th, 2020

This year, Nergigrowers started picking more than 10 days earlier than usual. Orchards conditions have been particularly favourable for fruit with excellent flavour qualities in our main production areas in France, Italy, Portugal, and Spain. Market volumes have steadily risen. More than 6 million 125g punnets should be distributed by our 4 approved European Commercial Operators: PRIMLAND, ORTOFRUIT, PORTPRIMLAND, and BFRUIT, according to Jean Pierre Caruel, head of licensing for SOFRUILEG. 
 

SunGold licenses in great demand

SunGold licenses in great demand

Published on Jul 14th, 2020

Demand among New Zealand producers to produce SunGold kiwifruit continues to surge. Farmers Weekly reports that once again, the annual offering of 700ha of new licences for producing SunGold was oversubscribed, with bids totalling 1,660ha, reflecting the ongoing optimism among growers about SunGold’s value and prospects. At NZ$400,000/ha, SunGold is the most valuable fruit license, with the next being Envy apples at around $100,000/ha. Licence income has now become an integral part of Zespri’s non-fruit earnings, accounting for $211 million, or 6% of company revenue.

Walmart China partners with Sweeki for top-quality kiwis

Origine Group reports strong growth in Italian kiwi

Despite the health crisis affecting the entire country, Primland is announcing substantial volumes in Chilean kiwis

Despite the health crisis affecting the entire country, Primland is announcing substantial volumes in Chilean kiwis

Published on Jun 02nd, 2020
Press release

 

As it has done each season for more than 20 years, Primland is supplying its clients with Chilean kiwis. Primland is even offering higher volumes than it has in past years, regardless of the lower national production. This situation has become possible thanks to its special relations with local farmers, despite the COVID-19 epidemic, which is hitting the country hard.

Health and safety are central

Italian crops lost to frost

Economic crisis pushes New Zealanders into the fields

Economic crisis pushes New Zealanders into the fields

Published on Apr 14th, 2020

 

The annual problem faced by New Zealand’s horticulture industry regarding the lack of seasonal labour has actually been eased in recent weeks. The rising unemployment prompted by the coronavirus pandemic is leading to locals looking for employment in agriculture, one of the few essential services allowed to operate in the current lockdown conditions across the country. This comes at a critical point as the harvests of apple, and pear and kiwifruit hit their peaks.

Zespri wins damages for unlawful propagation of fruit in China

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