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      Friday, November 16, 2018

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      The Northern Hemisphere is taking over the orange season from the Southern Hemisphere. While the last oranges from South Africa are sold in Europe, the supply from the Mediterranean countries is getting under way. Spain, as the most important supplier in Europe, is struggling with some problems. Small sizes and rains are…

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      Greenhouse production changes to boost wintertime yields

      As Thanksgiving inches closer, at least one greenhouse lettuce supplier is readying for a pick up in demand for greenhouse greens. “We’re coming into the holiday season so I anticipate demand will pick up,” says John Bonner with Great Lakes Growers in Burton, Ohio, who grows culinary fresh herbs as well as a…

      Saturated US market not ready for Peruvian grapes just yet

      Arrivals of Peruvian grapes into the US are coming slowly, with many importers holding off on them until the substantial amount of California fruit starts to clear. There have been a few arrivals already, but more fruit is not expected until later in November. "There have been some early arrivals of proprietary green seedless…

      The association says cheap Mexican imports ‘decimate’ U.S. prices and market share

      FFVA’s Stuart to trade commission: Florida growers still suffering

      Farmers in Florida will continue to go out of business if the U.S. government fails to provide critical trade relief to combat cheap Mexican produce imports flooding the…

      Potato variety Cold River Gold now available for consumers

      This holiday season, home cooks will be able to purchase the premium potato that professional chefs in Maine have loved for years. Cold River Gold is now available to…

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      Wilmington port welcomes first Moroccan citrus in US of the season

      The Port of Wilmington Delaware had the honor of receiving the first breakbulk shipment of fresh Moroccan citrus of the season to arrive in the United States. The M.V. Belgie Reefer, a specialized refrigerated vessel, was welcomed on Wednesday, November 7, 2018, to the marine terminal for perishable cargo on behalf…

      North Carolina sweet potato grower promotes personnel

      2018 has been a tough year for the sweet potato industry in North Carolina. First, Hurricane Florence dumped record breaking rain on North Carolina’s Farmers and decreased supply. Just as farmers were assessing the damage; hurricane Michael threatened the industry in the southern part of the US. Then to…

      PMA and United Fresh to host Ethical Charter webinar

      The Produce Marketing Association (PMA) and United Fresh Produce Association launched the Ethical Charter on Responsible Labor Practices in July of 2018, and the associations…

      Tomato suspension agreement between US Department of Commerce and Mexican tomato growers remains in effect

      While earlier this week the Florida Tomato Exchange (FTE) asked the US Department of Commerce to withdraw from the agreement, eliminate the reference prices and resume the…

      Port of Los Angeles set all-time record in October

      The Port of Los Angeles processed 952,554 Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units (TEUs) in October 2018, a 27.2 percent increase compared to October 2017. It was the most cargo handled in a single month in the Port’s 111-year history, eclipsing the November 2017 record of 924,225 TEUs. “During October, two of our container terminals…

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      Canadian grocers & innovators want to save $31 billion in food from being dumped each year

      Last week, Vancouver hosted the Zero Waste Conference, where the focus in part was on reducing food waste. About 40 per cent of all food produced in Canada, totalling some $31 billion goes to waste. More than half of that occurs before it gets to the dinner table, when it's discarded by farmers, food…

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      Europe

      Storage apples removed from cells early

      Demand for Maribelle increasing from the start of the season

      ‘The best Maribelle, especially for you!’ a large sign on the edge of the orchard tells passing traffic. The pinkish red apple variety has been around for roughly ten years, but the variety name was unknown on the market. Some years ago, a group of growers and traders started working together to present…

      Russia: Unusual drop of fruit and veg prices in October

      In October, fruit and vegetable prices in Russia fell by more than 1% compared with September. It is the first time this has happened since 2012, reports RBC citing the…

      Russia: White cabbage prices up by an average of 20%

      Since the beginning of this week, the price of white cabbage in Russia has grown by an average of 20%, according to analysts of APK-Inform: Vegetables and Fruits, citing price…

      European Union decides on binding CO2 reduction targets for trucks

      The EU Parliament has voted in favour of binding CO2 limits for trucks. CO2 reduction targets are now binding for trucks, with a 20% reduction by 2025 and 35% by 2030. Earlier this year,…

      Edward van den Eijnden and Piet Meerkerk, Angus soft fruits Europe:

      "Shortages on strawberry and raspberry market"

      "The strawberries are currently very expensive. On the free market, prices are around 7.00 to 7.50 euro per kilo. In October we have had a very high production thanks to the beautiful weather, which is now causing shortages. Also the next three weeks will be extremely expensive weeks because of the…

      Nikos Katsaloulis:

      “Kiwi fruit production is becoming more and more important for Greek growers”

      Kiwi fruit is the future of the Greek sector. The production is large, and demand comes from all over the world. Greek exporter Mitrosilis started the export of kiwi fruit some years ago, and he made this product group into an important pillar within the company. The harvest is in full swing late in October and early in November.…

      "More and more Moroccan growers switch due to good demand for organic"

      In the summer season Willem Bakker of the French branch of BioTropic in Perpignan mainly sells Dutch organic vegetables and fruit on the French market, but in the winter the situation is reversed. Then, the focus is on the Moroccan import package, which is mostly exported to countries such as the…

      Gert Mulder (GroentenFruit Huis) about the upcoming Brexit:

      "Prepare for the worst, hope for the best"

      That the Brexit is looming - in whatever form – is certain. The big question now is whether a transition period will come first. "My feeling is that it will come," says…

      Russia seeks self-sufficiency in greenhouse vegetable production

      The Russian Ministry of Agriculture estimates that the national production of greenhouse vegetables in 2018 will exceed one million tons. It also foresees a continued growth…

      Sales grew 7 percent

      Bananas and tomatoes are the top-selling organic products in Switzerland

      Sales of organic vegetables and organic fruits in the retail sector continue to grow strongly. The top-selling organic vegetables are tomatoes, carrots and hot peppers. For organic fruits, bananas, apples and lemons are the leading products, according to the Federal Office for Agriculture (BLW). Growth of 7 percent From September…

      Medical University of Warsaw research:

      ‘Regular vegetable intake keeps heart healthy’

      If everyone on the planet ate a healthy fiber-rich diet which includes vegetables, there wouldn't be as many instances of heart disease. New research at the Medical University of Warsaw…

      Russia: Quarantine pest found in fresh fruit from China

      Specialists of the plant quarantine supervision department at the state border of the Russian Federation discovered a quarantine object (Mulberry scale) in seven batches of…

      Russian cucumber and gherkin production up by 14%

      The total production of cucumbers and gherkins in Russia has grown by 14%, from 1.70 million tons to 1.94 million tons, as reported by RBC, citing data from the "Analysis of…

      New technology takes 87% of sugars out of fruit juice

      This Wednesday was World Diabetes Day. What better time could there have been for the founder of a juice company to claim he has found a successful way to remove 87% of sugar…

      UK: Walnuts in shells in time for Christmas market

      The 2018 crop of walnuts in-shell have arrived in the UK. Nutland UK imports the famous Diamond stamped walnuts from the US and have these in time for the Christmas-rush.? "We supply a complete range of nuts and dried fruits, both organic and conventional," explains Chris Dekker from Nutland UK. "We offer almonds, brazils, hazels…

      Costa Rica dominates pineapple market

      The global trade in (fresh) pineapple is dominated by Costa Rica. Two out of three pineapples traded internationally come from Costa Rica. Half of all Costa Rican pineapples is sent to the US, the other half is mostly sent to the EU. Costa Rica has a share of 85 per cent in the US. Of all pineapple…

      WRAP signposts way towards sustainable use of plastics

      The UK Plastics Pact is the world’s first programme to tackle the issue of plastic waste through collaboration across the entire supply chain. The UK itself is acting as a…

      Christian Kruse, Haygrove GmbH:

      "Our systems are making producers more interesting as employers"

      "We have been active in the German market since 2000 and have made a significant contribution to the fact that film tunnels are now operational. Through our experience and knowledge, we not only shaped the German market, but we also shaped it in a trend-setting fashion. Our managing director Maria Mauel…

      Laurens Maartens, NBWM:

      Brexit: May falters and the pound takes a hit

      On Wednesday, a Brexit accord still seemed within easy reach. Yesterday, there appeared to be an increased chance that Great Britain could soon exit the European Union (EU)…

      High prices for cucumbers and aubergines

      Roberto Bologna, a leading producer from Igea Marina, reports that there is little produce available and whatever there is costs more than the period average, meaning it's a good time for Italian cucumbers and aubergines. Cucumbers produced in Romagna "I grow the produce in greenhouses until late autumn and prices are very good…

      Spain: Good prospects for Huelva's avocado campaign

      Avocado cultivation is rapidly expanding in the province of Huelva. In 2017, there were only 25 hectares devoted to this fruit, and this year, Onubafruit Group's cooperative…

      Green animation character graces tangerine, orange and lemon packaging

      San Lucar meets cinema's ''The Grinch'

      In the promotional period from 12.11.2018 to 31.01.2019, the? "Grinch" -protagonist of the new Grinch movie- adorns SanLucar tangerine, orange and lemon packaging. This new collaboration should primarily attract the attention of children, ensuring top sales. These eye-catching promotions are further enhanced…

      Snack tomatoes of the 'Rivolo' variety from Bavarian greenhouse more and more present

      Mini cherry vine tomatoes at Penny in new Best Moments packaging

      The popular mini cherry vine tomatoes of Bavarian vegetable farm Steiner GmbH und Co. KG . have already been on offer for about 2-3 weeks, in a brand new packaging. Under the brand Best Moments, these fine greenhouse products of the Rivolo variety are offered in practical 200-gram cardboard trays at…

      First South Tyrolean apple breed

      "Great potential for 'fengapi' in the global apple market"

      South Tyrolean apples are well known and popular in the international trade. However, there still was no own breed. On the first day of the Interpoma trade fair in Bolzano, the first South Tyrolean variety 'fengapi' was officially presented. This modern apple has much potential in the international…

      Austrians create new opportunities for direct marketers and restaurateurs

      Novel system enables aroma-friendly drying of herbs

      Dried fruits and herbs lose a lot of their characteristic elements during drying. Six years ago, two innovative entrepreneurs from Austria faced the challenge of developing a process in which the fresh produce can be dried gently and naturally. After numerous attempts, their modern system was…

      Half of Romanians choose to buy “Made in Romania” products

      According to a new study, half of Romanians (51 percent) choose to buy Romanian products on regular basis. Local preferred products being dairy, meat, fruits and vegetables. In general,…

      1.7% decline in fruit production

      Turkey: 2018 annual agricultural projections have been updated

      The Turkish Statistical Institute has released new projections for 2018, regarding agricultural production. These projections indicate a 4.2% decline in grain and other…

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      Oceania

      New Australian research:

      Eating green vegetables helps prevent fall injuries

      According to the Australian Dietary Guideline recommendation for seniors, you should eat two servings of fruit and five of vegetables every day. Alas, only 8% of seniors…

      Mike Chapman, CEO of Horticulture NZ:

      ‘No workers, no fruit and veg’

      Mike Chapman is CEO of Horticulture NZ. Last week, he wrote an opinion piece on? newshub.co.nz? describing three recent announcements of interest to horticulture: 1. The Prime Minister and the Chair of the Business Advisory…

      Relationship between MPI and US facility now heading in the right direction

      The nursery and fruit-growing companies at the heart of the legal action against MPI over seized apple and stonefruit plants and plant material have been working hard to…

      Costa announces agreement for acquisition of Nangiloc Colignan farm

      Costa Group Holdings Limited, an Australian horticultural company, advises that it has signed a conditional agreement for the acquisition of the farming operations of Nangiloc…

      World

      Costa Rica dominates pineapple market

      The global trade in (fresh) pineapple is dominated by Costa Rica. Two out of three pineapples traded internationally come from Costa Rica. Half of all Costa Rican pineapples is sent to the US, the other half is mostly sent to the EU. Costa Rica has a share of 85 per cent in the US. Of all pineapple…

      People per square kilometer

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