Australian almond producer Select Harvests is seeking investors for new almond orchards.
The Californian tomato industry has yet to agree to a base price for raw material for the oncoming tomato crop in the country, FOODNEWS sources confirm.
China is trying to take advantage of a brief window of opportunity while European AJC supplies have stalled.
Shipments of fresh and frozen Chilean blueberries continue at high levels as the crop enters its closing month.
Prices for fresh and canned pineapple could increase even further as Thailand’s estimated total production for this year falls short.
Serbia’s Fruit Research Institute (FRI) in the central Serbian town of Cacak produced more than 250,000 raspberry plantlets in its nurseries last year and are all sold out, announced officials from the institut...
In conjunction with its sister journals Agra Europe, The Public Ledger and Dairy Markets, FOODNEWS will be spotlighting the still-current Russian emba...
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UK-based food and drink group Princes struck a merger deal with Thon des Mascareignes to enlarge tuna processing operations in the Indian Ocean region...
The açaí industry in Pará state, Brazil’s largest açaí berry producer, is working to ensure a superior quality of its superfruit exports by minimisin...
No deal was reached between cold storage firms and growers on raspberry farmgate prices for the next season’s crop, in a meeting held in the Serbian m...
The continuing weakness of the euro has had an effect on global sales of dried fruits to European markets, particularly Germany and Holland, and, to a...
Italian exports of sparkling wine rose a further 20% last year, and overtook sales of French champagne, marking a record performance for the country.
China’s tomato paste trade remained strong in early 2015, stemming concerns from local exporters who fear a downturn in exports prompted by currency alterations.
Click on the links below to the analysis of the impact of the Russian ban on imports on certain products from the EU, the US and other countries.
- Thai pineapple prices up as demand outpaces tight supply
- Decline in all US retail orange juice sales hits 10%
- Chinese AJC exports drop by 26% in January
- Pepsico announces closure of Russian juice plant
- Russia turns to Serbia for frozen raspberry supplies
- Chinese discount US AJC price while Europe waits
- Currency volatility worries Chinese tomato exporters
- Russian embargo six months on: TIMELINE
- US almond sellers undeterred by Russian import ban
- US tomato industry still to set raw material price
The first anchovy catch season will start on March 26 in the southern region of the Peruvian coast, Peru’s Ministry of Production has announced.The date has sti...
Australia may impose stricter country-of-origin labelling requirements for food products following the latest food scare linked to frozen berries packed in Chin...
The South African macadamia industry continues to show strong growth, with a crop of 46,950 tonnes of nut-in-shell (1.5% kernel moisture) forecast for 2015, whi...
The EU, Russia and Ukraine are set to hold trilateral talks over Russian concerns on the economic impact of an EU-Ukraine trade agreement.
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Up to one-third of retailers in the country could go under, according to a new report from the USDA.
Farmers in southern Illinois fear that the heavy levels of snow falling in March could kill their crops.
Greece has a new left-wing coalition government, led by Alexis Tsipras of Syriza, which is seeking extensive debt-relief from Brussels, having been resounding e...