Given the increased production of citrus, Spain plans to increase exports outside Europe
The increase in production in all agricultural sectors, which ranges between 15% and 20%, will allow Castellon to harvest around 650,000 tons of citrus this season and force exporting companies to redouble their external presence.Even though the European Union accounts fo
Chile: Good results of fruit sector are linked to China
Fruit growing is one of the activities that gives Chile the most benefits. In the last season, the country exported 2.72 million tons of fruit for US $5.283 billion.Some varieties have managed to seduce markets and recorded important returns. However, other varieties, som
”Fresh Business Expo proven to be effective platform for Ukraine's fresh produce industry”
From 4-6 December 2018 Fresh Business Expo Ukraine will kick off its 7th edition, the exhibition will once again take place at the International Exhibition Centre (IEC) in Kiev.The exhibition has been organized since 2011 and given the high number of returning participant
Mac Fruit Attraction Egypt - Cairo 2018: a global brand for fresh produce!
The next edition of Mac Fruit Attraction will be held in Cairo from 8 to 10 December 2018 as part of the trade show Food Africa, following an agreement reached with IFP Group, a trade fair operator in the Near East, meaning it will cover the Middle East and North Africa.<
First batch of New Zealand avocados hits the Chinese market
According to the latest list of registered orchards and packaging factories, the first commercial New Zealand avocados have officially entered the Chinese market and are now on sale at Tmall.
Previously, most of the domestically sold avocado
Croatian government want to halve VAT on fruit & vegetables
On Thursday, the Croatian government proposed cutting value added tax (VAT) on fresh meat, fish, fruit, vegetables, eggs and diapers almost by half starting next year. This would bring the rate down from 25 to 13 percent."We were looking at how to bring about the best eff
Costa Rica: Strike causes heavy losses for pineapple, banana industries
A severe strike in Costa Rica over the last two weeks has heavily affected the banana and pineapple industries, with the latter suffering multi-million dollar losses.The standstill by the country’s unions began on Sept. 10 in response to the government’s proposed tax refo
Chile and Brazil sign memorandum of understanding on organic products
The Minister of Agriculture, Antonio Walker, together with the National Director of the Agricultural and Livestock Service (SAG), Horacio Borquez, and the Minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply of Brazil, Blairo Borges, signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) fo
Rwanda's Agricultural Exports Grow By 44% to Over Rwf447 Billion
Rwanda’s agricultural exports generated over $515.9 million (over Rwf447 billion) in a period of one year from July 2017 to June 2018, representing an increase of 44.73 per cent compared to $356.5 million (over Rwf316.8 billion) generated in the same period in 2016-2017.<
Chinese imports of U.S. tree nuts likely to decrease in marketing year
The USDA has released a report on the Chinese imports of U.S. tree nuts. You can find a link to the full report below the article.
China’s in-shell walnut production is forecast at 850,000 metric tons (
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