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Analysis and insight for the European fresh produce business.

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Positive forecast for global avocado business


The avocado trade will continue to grow in an increasingly competitive market, according to a Rabobank report

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Tomatoes remain big business


Growth in volume and value of globally traded fresh and chilled tomatoes shows the appetite remains for the salad staple

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FAO highlights costs of a healthy diet


FAOSTAT data portal shows that Latin America and the Caribbean have the highest cost of a healthy diet compared to other regions

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OPN releases State of Organic Produce 2022 report


US organic produce sales increased by 3 per cent while volume decreased by 3.7 per cent in 2022

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IFPA releases State of the Industry Report


Association study covers economic and consumption data, key trends and looks at the industry’s future prospects



Supply chain disruption set to continue, finds logistics report


Uncertain conditions continue to put pressure on supply chains, says Logistics UK

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Avocados remain a ‘globally popular super fruit’


New Rabobank market trend report highlights ongoing supply and demand growth

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Asiafruit March out now


Bumper edition features annual New Zealand Special and Fresh Focus South African Table Grapes 2022


Coronavirus: supply chain reaction


Coronavirus threatens a reefer container shortage, but shipping lines are unlikely to use the situation to ramp up freight rates


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Australian vegetable exports climb

2019-08-22T23:27:35+01:00By Wayne Prowse

Suppliers respond to pockets of demand in Europe and Asia, with carrots and onions leading the charge

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Slowdown, what slowdown?


China's 2018 fresh fruit imports are up 36 per cent over the prior year, despite the country's slowing economic growth

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Export growth for Australian citrus

2019-01-03T02:57:46+00:00By Wayne Prowse

Shipments of oranges and mandarins to China continue to climb, while US demand stabilises

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Could birds replace some pesticides?


A team from Plant & Food Research in New Zealand is looking to answer that very question

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Is it the end for US imports in China?


China’s 25 per cent retaliatory tariffs on US products threaten future Californian and North Western fruit imports