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Made in Nature: Brio’s organic green kiwi starred in Germany

Made in Nature: Brio's organic green kiwi starred in Germany
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The initiative is part of promotional activities of Made in Nature, the European project funded by CSO Italy, and will include in-store activity in 100 stores of the German chain Tegut

Zevio – Promoting the values ​​and the culture of organic fruit and vegetables in Italy, France and Germany is the goal of Made in Nature, the Cso Italy project funded by the European Union which sees the most important companies in the production and marketing of fruit and vegetables as protagonists. Italian organic producers include Canova, Conserve Italia, Lagnasco Group, RK Growers, Veritas Biofrutta, Mazzoni and Brio.

Brio’s organic green kiwi will be the protagonist, from 5 to 9 April, of an important promotional action in 100 stores of Tegut in Germany with dedicated islands and information material.

“After the positive experience of the previous promotional campaign – comments Brio’s export manager, Anton Carra – we are happy to strengthen the collaboration with Tegut, a historic German brand that has been synonymous with quality organic products for over 40 years. The project, which includes numerous B2B and B2C activities, saw a first week of activity at the beginning of March with excellent feedback from consumers: thanks to this new initiative we are sure that a growing number of German consumers will appreciate the superior organoleptic qualities of our organic Hayward kiwifruit ”.

The Tegut distribution chain has been one of the most significant realities for the assortment of organic and natural products since the 1980s. Part of the Swiss Migros group, Tegut has a turnover of over one billion euros: over a quarter of its turnover derives from biological references distributed in over 100 points of sale in the Land of Hesse, Thuringia, Bavaria and the cities of Göttingen. Mainz, Stuttgart and Ludwigsburg.

“Projects like Made in Nature – concludes Carra – represent an exceptional showcase for Italian organic fruit and vegetables: for Brio this operation in the Tegut stores represents an excellent vehicle to reach even more widespread a market that has always shown great interest for quality organic products “.

Made in Nature continues its promotional activities, proposing innovative communication formats, dedicated to consumers in Italy, France and Germany with the fresh and processed organic product of the leading Italian production companies.

For information: www.madeinnature.org

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Positive year expected to New Zealand kiwi

Concerns over how to market bumper New Zealand kiwi crop 

With New Zealand’s kiwi harvest due to start soon, and run from early February to early April, a good crop is expected, according to the NZ Kiwiberry Grower Association. Thanks to favourable growing conditions, a good sized and good quality crop is anticipated. Export volume for this season is estimated at 240,000 kg, similar to the last campaign. The fruit is exported worldwide and enjoys great appreciation on the global stage. The main varieties grown in New Zealand are Tahi, Marju Red and Takaka.

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Summer Kiwi presents MERIS, the green kiwi in perfect shape

MERIS, the new green kiwifruit variety, will be revealed at the Fruit Logistica trade fair in Berlin at the SUMMERFRUIT stand, Hall 4.2 - C 05.

MERIS, the new green kiwifruit variety, is raising great expectations. Now due for launching in 2016, the first 50,000 plants of this excellent product will soon be marketed in Europe, undoubtedly with great success.

This varietal innovation was discovered in Verona in 2012. The result of a mutation of Hayward, while retaining the elongated shape typical of the variety, it is distinguished by having dry matter one point higher and a harvest period that begins 10 days sooner. The fruit is less acidic and has better dry matter content. Thanks to this combination of factors, MERIS has the best taste qualities around. It also resembles the Hayward in its high productivity and good resistance to cold storage.

Trials are already underway with experimental implants, with marketing of the first MERIS fruits scheduled for 2018.

This excellent fruit, whose harvest begins in mid-October, will be revealed at the Fruit Logistica trade fair in Berlin at the SUMMERFRUIT stand, Hall 4.2 – C 05.