The Russian government is considering introducing sanctions against The Coca-Cola Company and PepsiCo, in response to the recent extension of Western sanctions against the country, according to an official spokesman of the Russian Presidential Administration.
Exports of Polish frozen potatoes to Russia have dropped 50% since the introduction of the ban on European agricultural products, despite the commodity is not among those blacklisted.
Attention has been focused mainly on Polish AJC exports to the US this season but many other supplying and trading countries have also taken slices of the US market this season.
In Spain, recent official estimates made by the Spanish Ministry of Agriculture, Environment and Food (MAGRAMA) on April 2015 for Spanish orange production is expected to be 10.3% lower than in the previous yea...
Struggling EU fruit and vegetable producers need an extension of support measures, now that Russia has prolonged its ban on agricultural products from the bloc to the end of next year, EU umbrella farm union Co...
Private label products in the tomato sector have experienced a steady level of growth until now, as innovation and differentiation will drive any future expansion of the industry as a whole.
Growing energy costs, insufficient investment in logistical development and water infrastructure are poised to undermine Australia’s agricultural indu...
The Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute (ASMI) is set to refocus some of its marketing strategies after government spending cuts slashed its budget.
Juice and dairy companies in Saudi Arabia have had to increase their production capacity during Ramadan to face rising demand.
Higher demand from European markets led to an increase in exports of red fruit from Spain’s southern region of Andalusia this growing season to date.
Ivory & Ledoux have been awarded the UKAS accredited Certification Body No 0214 and found to meet the requirements of Global Standard for Agents and B...
Scientists estimate the anchovy biomass off the Bay of Biscay has reached 142,000 tonnes.
China’s domestic market for tomato products was estimated at 330,000 tonnes in 2014 – a figure that is expected to grow further in the coming years, a...
US processors are still buying fresh apples, according to the latest statistics released by the USDA in its weekly National Apple Processing Report.
Sysco has announced that it is terminating its planned USD3.5 billion takeover of US Foods, after the US federal court blocked the deal.
While EU exports of agri-food products to third countries have risen since the start of the Russian ban on Western agricultural products, intra-EU agri-food trade is down...
- Polish IQF strawberry offers meet with slow demand
- China loses out on stalled European AJC sales
- Serbian raspberry raw material price 'stabilising'
- Greece leads hefty canned peach exports
- Spanish processing orange volumes likely to fall
- Small increase in Argentine citrus production
- BREAKING: Hail hit tomato areas in northern Italy
- Thai Union successes in pushing prices up
- Sweet cherry output in US expected 11% down
- Florida now holds more than a year's FCOJ supply
The Ecuadorian government decided to apply a tax 'drawback' to boost competitiveness of canners eroded by the appreciation of the dollar.
Blueberry picking has started on June 20 in Canada’s British Columbia, the largest district in the country for the cultivation of highbush/cultivated varieties ...
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Drought is worrying the processing strawberry industry in Poland, as the first price offers for 2015 IQF product are bouncing off customers’ sluggish demand.
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