citrus production

World orange crop slumps

World orange crop slumps

Published on Feb 05th, 2020

 

The world’s total orange production for the 2019/20 season is projected to drop 11% to 47.5 million tons due to unfavourable growing conditions in Brazil, Egypt, the European Union, and Morocco, according to USDA data.  As a result, consumption, fruit for processing, and fresh exports are also expected to plummet.

Global citrus crop shrinks

Global citrus crop shrinks

Published on Jan 28th, 2020

The 2019/20 global citrus crop is down for all categories, except grapefruit. Orange production is down 11% to 47.5 million, due to weather-afflicted seasons in Brazil, the EU, Morocco and Egypt, with small increases in China and the US unable to compensate for these losses.

Aznar Fruits adapts its entire range of produce to Bayer’s Food Chain programme

Aznar Fruits adapts its entire range of produce to Bayer’s Food Chain programme

Published on Feb 22nd, 2016

The Spanish company Aznar Fruits, a citrus producer, has adapted the full extent of its production to Bayer’s Food Chain programme of healthy, safe and sustainable production. One of the initiatives carried out in this vein is pest monitoring, by which the fields are examined and when a particular pest is detected, a timely treatment is applied only to the affected area but not widely, fostering more sustainable production from an environmental point of view and one that is healthier for consumption.

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