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Europe’s organic sector exceeds €40 billion in market volume

Europe’s organic sector exceeds €40 billion in market volume

Published on Apr 01st, 2020

The market volume of Europe’s organic sector has broken the €40 billion barrier, according to data presented by Ecovalia, the national reference association for professionals in Spain’s organic sector. The main findings of the organisation’s Annual Report of Organic Production in Spain 2020 were announced at the Caixa Forum Madrid, and confirmed the growing trend of the sector.

Global organic market expands 2.9%

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.

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Central Dica specialises in large-scale distribution and exports by air

Central Dica specialises in large-scale distribution and exports by air

Published on Jan 17th, 2020

Lorenzo Carrasco, marketing manager of Central Dica, an importer and marketer of fruits and vegetables, says that 2019 was a good year for the firm’s growth and its continued specialisation in imported products, such as the Ercolina pear from Chile, mango, avocado, and grapes. Central Dica always looks for products with a twist to their quality and taste. The vehicle for current and future growth is La Pequeña Holanda SCA, with its conventional and organic production on over 260 hectares, both for domestic and export customers.

What can EU produce sector expect after Brexit?

What can EU produce sector expect after Brexit?

Published on Jan 06th, 2020
Source: Freshfel

 

 

With the UK all but certain to leave the EU in 2020, the European fruit and vegetable industry is viewing with great concern the potential impact this will have on intra-EU trade flows. A recent Rabobank report found that fresh produce will be the most affected food sector following Brexit, along with animal protein. At a time when the EU agricultural sector is still adjusting to the fallout of the Russian embargo, the potential loss of another key market could have devastating consequences.

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GO MANGO, expects to double production in under 3 years

GO MANGO, expects to double production in under 3 years

Published on Jul 30th, 2019

Since 2001, GO MANGO has been producing Keitt mangoes in Puerto Rico. It currently has 1,000 acres in production, representing 200 annual export containers, and 500 acres are now being incorporated. "When we started the company, we planted the trees in a more compact area with the idea of ​​acquiring more land in the future, moving the trees and expanding.

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