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[Press Release] Meet Onsite Again: Fruit Logistica 2022 Has StartedFruit Logistica 2022 is currently being held in Berlin until April 7, with around 2,000 exhibitors from 87 countries. April 05, 2022
Produce Report
War To Wreak Havoc on Ukrainian Grain Production, Impacts Felt GloballyThe conflict in Ukraine is expected to cause one-third of the normal level of crops to go unplanted this year. March 22, 2022
Produce Report
Russia–Ukraine War Deals Heavy Blow to Ecuadorian Banana TradeThe Ecuadorian banana industry has been severely affected by the conflict in Ukraine. March 18, 2022
Tongyue
Russia Resumes Apple and Pear Imports From ChinaRussia has again permitted imports of apples and pears from China after a 30-month suspension over phytosanitary concerns. March 08, 2022
Philip K
Blue Whale’s French Candine Apples Reach ShanghaiFrench premier apple company Blue Whale is aiming at the high-end fruit market during the Chinese New Year festival. January 28, 2022
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[Press Release] Fruit Logistica Moves to April 2022Fruit Logistica has been postponed to April 5–7 in light of the coronavirus situation in Europe. November 29, 2021
Produce Report
France Bans Plastic Packaging for Fruits and Vegetables From 2022France has become the first country to implement an EU-wide anti-waste law, banning plastic packaging for fruits and vegetables under 1.5 kilograms. November 04, 2021
Emily F
Dali Jujubes Reach 10 Overseas MarketsThe start of the supply season for fresh jujubes from Shaanxi province’s Dali County has been brought forward to May using greenhouse cultivation techniques, prolonging the supply period by five months. August 09, 2021
Jing Zang
Syngenta Preparing IPO on Shanghai’s STAR MarketSyngenta, the leading science-based agricultural company, is reportedly intending to list on the Shanghai Stock Exchange’s STAR Market in an IPO valued at $60 billion. June 30, 2021
Jing Zang
Better by the Bunch: Lucrative Sales of Fruit on the StemTomatoes and blueberries sold on the stem have a prolonged shelf life and reduce harvest loss — and sell at a premium price. June 23, 2021
Emily C

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