fresh produce

Turkey set to conquer Asia

Turkey set to conquer Asia

Published on Jun 25th, 2020

Turkey is set to become a key player in Asian fruit and vegetable markets. The country is currently in advanced negotiations to secure access for its wide range of fresh produce to key markets such as China, Japan, Thailand and the Philippines, among others. Turkey’s Minister of Trade, Ruhsar Pekcan announced the acceleration in the country’s plan to diversify its fresh fruit and vegetable exports. Turkey currently is authorised to ship cherries to China and South Korea. Pekcan said that she soon expects China to authorise shipments of Turkish citrus, apples, grapes and pomegranate.

Spaniards’ consumption of fresh produce rockets

Spaniards’ consumption of fresh produce rockets

Published on May 13th, 2020
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Spanish households’ spending on fresh and processed fruit in April was 66.1% higher than for the same period last year, while the spend on vegetables was up 70.5%. This is the finding of a report published by the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food using data for the week beginning April 13th. While sales were up for all food categories, the fresh produce segment was the best performer. 

SanLucar and its master growers distribute free food to the truck drivers

European countries seek solutions to guarantee fresh produce supplies

European countries seek solutions to guarantee fresh produce supplies

Published on Apr 01st, 2020
In France, to overcome the shortage of workers in fields, the government has created a website for people to apply for jobs without losing their right to go back to their jobs after the quarantine. /// © desbraspourtonassiette.wizi.farm

 

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