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Nature’s Pride continues to expand

Nature’s Pride continues to expand

Published on Sep 23rd, 2020

 

Nature’s Pride is expanding its existing business premises to facilitate further growth. The importer of exotic fruit and vegetables has scheduled the start to an expansion of 21,000 m2 for September. The company has chosen practically the same construction team responsible for the current premises to realise this sustainable and automated new build project.     

China’s fruit imports fall while exports rise

Fruit Expo: The only south China trade show for the fruit industry

Fruit Expo: The only south China trade show for the fruit industry

Published on Sep 02nd, 2020

The Guangzhou International Fruit Expo will be held on 24th-26th September at the Import & Export Fair Complex. The event represents a platform for providing quality healthy fruit, where visitors can explore the tremendous fruit market represented by firms from home and abroad.  Guangzhou is one of the biggest fruit trade hubs in Southeast Asia. Supported by the China Fruit Marketing Association (CFMA), Fruit Expo 2020 will be held on a show floor of 30,000 sq.m and provide the best industry resources for the 500+ exhibitors and 30,000 visitors.

Japan registers fall in fruit consumption amidst high prices

Japan registers fall in fruit consumption amidst high prices

Published on Aug 17th, 2020

The first half of 2020 saw fruit prices in Japan at their highest levels for a decade. The soaring prices have no doubt contributed to the drop in fruit consumption. Between January and June 2020, the average price of fruit in Japan was US$4.86/kg, compared with US$4.34/kg for the period since 2011, according to data from Japan’s Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications. So, as demand has fallen, the average Japanese household spend on fruit has risen. Fruit consumption has dropped to 31.5kg per household, the second-lowest total since 2011 and 5.5% lower than the ten-year average.

EU records 8% rise in imports of organic fruits and vegetables

Colombia among top-10 suppliers of organic agri-food to EU 

Colombia among top-10 suppliers of organic agri-food to EU 

Published on Aug 10th, 2020

Colombia’s organic fresh and dried tropical fruit exports to the EU climbed 31% in 2019, according to European Commission data. These figures mean that Colombia is now the eighth largest supplier of organic agri-food products to the EU, up from 13th place in 2018. Colombia’s total organic agri-food exports were up 38% last year, reaching 87,341 tons. Shipments of tropical fresh and dried fruits rose from 19,000 tons to 24,900 tons.

Sanifrutta focuses on sustainable and plastic free packaging

Granfrutta Zani increases volumes of white-fleshed peaches 

Coop Messi brings more varietal innovation and sustainable packaging

ASOP Episkopi targets Eastern European markets

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