Chile is very well placed to capitalise on the tariff removals that will follow the implementation of the Trans Pacific Partnership, as a major southern hemisphere producer and exporter of fresh fruit.
Prices of Italian chopped tomatoes for retail and foodservice have reportedly been slowing down compared with both summer months and against last year – a trend that sources in the country believe is unjustifie...
Concerns over a likely El Niño event are heightening in the Philippines, QFN Trading & Agency said in a recent report.
Industrial peach production in Argentina topped 139,000 tonnes during the 2014/15 season, heralding a recovery to habitual production volumes that gravitate around the 150,000 tonne mark.
The cooperative of agricultural growers and extractivists in Manicoré (COOPEMA) started building the plant in Brazil’s Amazonas state in late September.
Peruvian vegetable processors expect TPP to increase exports of asparagus, artichokes and piquillo peppers - both processed and canned.
The Turkish hazelnut market has shown some changes today, a UK trader observed in a report.
Exports of Chilean fresh blueberry volumes in the 2015/16 season will range between 99,000-109,000 tonnes, accounting for a 7-19% growth on this year,...
US Congress has passed a pay rise bill for the US territory of American Samoa, helping Georgia-based Thai Union’s cannery.
The Brazilian Association of Citrus Exporters (CitrusBR) has signed a pioneering deal for OJ sales in European markets, which absorb around 70% of Bra...
Once again, FOODNEWS has produced its popular annual supplement on Chile, its industry and its products, in time for the world's largest trade show: A...
Everything you need to enjoy the best of, and reap the maximum enjoyment from, the world's largest food show: Anuga.
This is the second FOODNEWS trade round-up: our statistics and data presentations produced in July-September 2015.
El Niño is expected to be the strongest on record in 2016 and FOODNEWS expects it to cause havoc in the processed commodity markets.
Availability of bulk chopped tomatoes is reportedly getting tighter in Europe following strong pre-crop selling, and prices are edging up.
Lower availability of frozen raspberries in Europe has prompted buyers to look for product in China, where local sources claim interest is on the rise.
- Pineapple concentrate price to increase again
- Polish apple estimate out by 0.75 million tonnes
- Raw material prices out of reach of juice makers
- The FOODNEWS Anuga 2015 preview is out
- Spanish lemon season starts as Argentina's ends
- EU chopped tomato supply getting tighter
- Major mandarin fruit shortage in China
- TPP has potential to define 21st Century global trade
- US imports of costly canned pineapple soaring
- FOODNEWS Webinar: El Niño 2016: Be Prepared
Berry production in Morocco in the 2014-15 season grew 6% to 160,000 tonnes, a result chiefly driven by strawberries for both fresh and frozen sale.
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