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China reviews pesticide limits in foods

Asia Fruit Logistica 2021 returns to Hong Kong in September

Asia Fruit Logistica 2021 returns to Hong Kong in September

Published on Jan 04th, 2021

© Asia Fruit Logistica

 

Asia Fruit Logistica is back to the face-to-face format of a physical trade show next September. Asia’s premier fresh produce trade show returns to AsiaWorld-Expo Centre in Hong Kong on 28-30 September 2021. It takes place together with Asiafruit Congress, which meets on 27 September 2021.

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South Asian countries encouraged to collaborate to combat impacts of climate change

Tesco continues sell-off of Asian assets

Tesco continues sell-off of Asian assets

Published on Dec 17th, 2020
Tesco chief executive Ken Murphy © Irish Times

 

UK retailer Tesco has announced it will complete the £8 billion sale of its Thai and Malaysian business to CP Retail Development Company. The purchase was approved by Thai authorities last month and CP Group has now confirmed it is satisfied with the formal notice of approval. The deal should be formally completed by December 18th.

Peruvian exports to Asia soar

SunMoon’s parent company declares bankruptcy

SunMoon’s parent company declares bankruptcy

Published on Nov 09th, 2020

International fresh produce specialist SunMoon Food Company has announced that its parent company has been placed under voluntary bankruptcy reorganisation in China in a statement submitted to the Singapore Exchange on 12th October. Shanghai Yiguo E-Commerce, the holding company of Yiguo General Food, holds a 59.9% stake in Singapore-based SunMoon.

European apple leaders set sights on Asia

Melinda apples to debut in Asia 

Melinda apples to debut in Asia 

Published on Oct 26th, 2020

 

Italian apple brand Melinda is to market its fruit in Asia for the first time this season. The move is part of a collaboration with Italian export marketer Naturitalia. Rising demand for high-quality fresh produce among Asian consumers and the signing of export protocols are opening up growing opportunities for Europe’s leading fruit companies. During this season, Melinda apples will arrive in Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand and Taiwan – the last three only opened to imports of Italian apples this year.

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