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  • Symposium Processing of Fruits and Vegetables

    Specific attention will be given to innovative processing techniques for vegetables and fruits. Retaining quality and nutritional value in processed vegetables and fruits, suitable varieties for processing, improved sustainability, and economic feasibility are topics planned to be addressed within the Symposium. The viewpoint of the consumers’ is also emphasized especially with regard...

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    Not everybody is happy in India about new horticulture university

    The state government’s move to set up a separate horticulture university has caused resentment among the research...

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    Argentina’s orange production to be 10% lower

    The entry of Argentinian lemons to the United States market, which took effect last Friday, and the opening of Brazil for Argentine oranges, tangerines, grapefruits and lemons, can’t counter a situation that now seems irreversible. This situation is related to the serious damage caused by the constant rains that fell over the...

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    APAL offers Speed Updating again for Austrialian Apples and Pears

    Speed Updating is a program run each year by APAL to capture and present the R,D&E activities of the apple and pear industry.  This year APAL are running Speed Updating as part of the Fruit Growers Tasmania Conference which will be held at the Tailrace Centre Riverside in Launceston on Thursday 25 May...

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    New Zealand consumers will soon now where their food comes from

    Horticulture New Zealand congratulated the Government on listening to the people and passing the first reading of the Consumers’ Right to Know (Country of Origin of Food) Bill in Parliament today. “Given our recent survey showed that more than 70 percent of New Zealanders want mandatory Country of Origin Labelling (CoOL) for...

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    New agriculture journalists wanted!

    AgroPress is looking for new correspondents for its horticulture, dried fruit and nuts magazines all over the world as it is rapidly growing in certain markets. The publishing house is looking for freelance journalists with a special knowledge of fresh fruit and vegetable and nut production, harvesting, processing, logistics, trade and retail, crop...

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    Vegetable and sugarcane crop in the path of cyclone Debbie

    SOME vegetable prices could rise in the wake of Cyclone Debbie, which is due to hit one...

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    New fruit processing plant opened in eastern India

    Chief Minister Raghubar Das on Tuesday inaugurated a major food and fruit processing plant at Nagri near Ranchi which is the lone plant of that magnitude in the region. Built at the cost of Rs 82.77 core, the plant would consume most of the green produces grown in the massive vegetable belt...

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    New rail link in Europe to transport fresh produce faster and reduce CO2 emissions more than 70%

    Cool Rail, which was launched last week, is a new rail link for fresh produce between Spain and northwest Europe. Each week, Cool Rail will transport fresh produce, including oranges, broccoli and lettuce, from Valencia to the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. This new link will enable fresh produce to reach consumers faster...

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    International Symposia on Tropical and Temperate Horticulture in Australia

    The International Symposia on Tropical and Temperate Horticulture 2016 (ISTTH2016) will be held at the Cairns Convention...

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