All Egypt articles – Page 12

  • Egyptian citrus
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    FPC concerns over additional checks

    2010-10-05T12:28:29Z

    The Fresh Produce Consortium fears additional checks on 'high risk' Egyptian products will have major ramifications

  • Egypt is an important exporter to the UK
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    Fears rise over Egyptian produce

    2010-08-17T10:01:02Z

    The Fresh Produce Consortium (FPC) has raised concerns with the Food Standards Agency and the European Commission regarding the inclusion of products under new regulations on “high risk” produce.

  • Metro
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    Metro set for Egyptian launch

    2010-06-28T15:23:15Z

    German retailer to open its first Egyptian wholesale store this month, with the 10,000m2 outlet potentially the first of 20

  • Egypt oranges
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    EU-Egypt deal ‘offers trade concessions’

    2010-05-04T11:50:19Z

    Trade deal, which comes into force on 1 June, will ‘remove most restrictions’ on Egyptian imports, claims Spain's Fepex

  • Indian grapes
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    Egyptian grapes headed for early start

    2010-04-26T12:53:25Z

    Unseasonable weather may help Egyptian grape exporters this season by bringing the start date forward

  • Egyptian season brings new promise
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    Egyptian season brings new promise

    2010-04-23T09:29:47Z

    An uncharacteristically warm winter in Egypt has caused problems for some product and benefited others. Elizabeth O’Keefe talks to key players as the country’s spring season produce makes its way to the UK marketplace

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    Movers & Shakers | April 2010

    2010-04-01T12:00:49Z

    Full round-up of all the latest major appointments and departures within the European fresh produce industry over the past month

  • The Egyptian season was reviewed and new selections were examined
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    Redeva Egypt hosts seminar

    2010-03-29T11:01:01Z

    The inaugural Redeva Egypt Technical Seminar took place earlier this month in Cairo, as companies in the North African country look to strengthen their strawberry offer.

  • Heike Hagenguth
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    Heike Hagenguth leaves Pico

    2010-03-23T11:09:52Z

    Marketing communications manager Heike Hagenguth is readying to leave Egyptian exporter Pico

  • L-r: Alaa Diab, managing director of Pico, Walid El Hennawy, managing director of Farm Frites, Richard Parke-Davies, ceo of Total Worldfresh and Tim Morton, general manager of Redeva celebrated the forming of Redeva Egypt
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    Redeva Egypt formed

    2010-02-25T08:01:01Z

    Redeva took advantage of Fruit Logistica 2010 in Berlin this month to formalise a new and unique venture in Egypt.

  • Redeva Egypt deal
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    Total Produce in new Egyptian venture

    2010-02-24T15:52:33Z

    Group's berry research and development arm Redeva establishes "new and unique" association with Egyptian growers

  • The Trade Waves team at Fruit Logistica
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    Trade Waves signals five-year plan

    2010-02-14T14:01:01Z

    Egyptian grape specialist Trade Waves is optimistic about the year ahead and has set out a five-year plan to redevelop land in the North African country to counter water issues and increase production.

  • Rijk Zwaan
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    Rijk Zwaan opens Egyptian branch

    2010-01-20T04:11:19Z

    Dutch seed company Rijk Zwaan have celebrated the opening of their new Egyptian sales office and breeding station

  • Article

    El Roda reports strong grape year

    2009-12-30T16:01:01Z

    Large-scale fresh produce exporter El Roda has reported a successful year, including strong performances on grapes and stonefruit.

  • Article

    Egyptians back UK loyalty

    2009-12-28T16:01:01Z

    The UK will never abandon Egyptian produce due to traditional trade links, despite considerable competition from rival exporting countries and the pressures of recession, according to Charripak’s president Antoine Chaer, who is also a board member of the Egyptian British Chamber of Commerce.

  • Omar El Naggar
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    Pico pressures government on logistics

    2009-12-27T16:01:01Z

    Pico has urged the Egyptian government to step in and improve the country’s logistics links for international trade and help increase the pressure on competitor countries.

  • Article

    Ghabbour Farms targets poll

    2009-12-23T16:01:01Z

    Ghabbour Farms has announced ambitious plans to become the country’s largest citrus exporter.

  • Lina Naim chairman of Homin
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    UK focus drives Egypt forward

    2009-12-21T10:01:01Z

    Lina Naim, chairman of Homin and deputy of the Agricultural Export Council, has said the Egyptian mentality towards quality has changed and links with the UK are to be vastly improved with new work on logistics.

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    Makro to collaborate with suppliers

    2009-12-21T09:01:01Z

    Egyptian suppliers have been given one year to learn and implement standards to bring their products up to UK levels by a leading wholesaler.

  • Prag Mistry, left, managing director of Fruitmann with SONAC's Ashraf Abou Ismail
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    Fruitmann hails "golden years" for Egypt

    2009-12-20T16:01:01Z

    A leading UK importer has described Egypt’s current agricultural position as the “golden years” and called for the government to look at the development of a fruit export board.