Coop Messi brings more varietal innovation and sustainable packaging
Bright prospects for Greek grape campaign
Despite starting two weeks later than usual, the first indicators are that this Greek season will be a good one. Unusual weather conditions have led to a slight delay, but the quality is said of the seedless grapes is reported to be excellent, with very good sizes. The first Greek grapes (red seedless) come from Crete, while the harvests from the rest of Greece are still a month away. The Cretan grapes join the Italian and Egyptian fruit that is already on the market.
The cherry value chain: insights from Greece’s Freskon
Held last month in Salonika (Thessaloniki), in Greece, Freskon brought together fruit producers and international buyers.
At the international trade show, Mario Njavro, from the University of Zagreb, spoke about managing the value chain in cherries, in particular the activities and services required to bring a product to sale in its final markets. Here are some highlights from his presentation.
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