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Kiwis grow increasingly fond of persimmon

Kiwis grow increasingly fond of persimmon

Published on Apr 27th, 2021

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New Zealanders are developing a taste for persimmons, a fruit previously mainly destined for export, especially Japan, reports Asiafruit. Ian Turk, manager of the New Zealand Persimmon Industry Council, said: “We’re excited to have seen an increase of 20 per cent in just two years in the New Zealand market.”

Spanish citrus and persimmon gain access to Peruvian market

Spanish citrus and persimmon gain access to Peruvian market

Published on Jan 27th, 2021
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Peru has authorised imports of Spanish citrus and persimmon, providing a welcome boost for Spanish producers. Peru’s Ministry of Agrarian Development and Irrigation (Midagri) authorised imports of fresh mandarins, oranges and persimmon that have been subjected to cold treatment. Spain’s Agriculture Ministry said the move opens the door for exports of other products to Peru and other regional markets. Midagri said exports will be able to start once cold treatment processes have been verified.

HillFresh: Kaki expert with global ambitions

HillFresh: Kaki expert with global ambitions

Published on May 09th, 2016

KakiFresh Nature, the Spanish harvesting and packing branch of HillFresh International has recently purchased a young kaki fruit (persimmon, Rojo Billante) plant in Spain, according to a press release by HillFresh

“To meet the fast growing demand of our customers the next logical step is to start with our own plant in Spain. This way we can control things like quality and food-safety,” said Pieter de Jong at HillFresh International.

New standard for prospering persimmon trade

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