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    Bright Light Agribusiness chooses TOMRA Food

    Leuven, Belgium, 5 December 2018 – Bright Light Agribusiness, one of the fastest growing private companies in the...

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    How food waste can be stopped – TOMRA

    09.04.2019. Leuven, Belgium. In addition to making food businesses more profitable, new technologies can also help tackle the...

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    Labour shortage for the kiwifruit industry

    New Zealand Kiwifruit Growers Incorporated (NZKGI) supports the Ministry of Social Development’s (MSD) declaration of a labour...

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    Is coconut cloning the solution?

    Ageing coconut palm trees could be replaced quickly and cheaply by superior cloned coconuts being developed by University of Queensland researchers. PhD student Eveline Kong, from the Cocobio Laboratory at UQ’s School Of Agriculture and Food Sciences, said the project would help avoid a coconut shortage caused by old coconut palms becoming less productive...

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    New varieties, phytosanitary issues, new techniques discussed at Spanish Stone Fruit Congress

    Murcia’s Councillor of Agriculture, Miguel Ángel del Amor, closed the latest edition of the National Stone Fruit Congress, held in the region. More than 700 agricultural producers and researchers have attended this event, where Del Amor highlighted that “Murcia is the second largest stone fruit producer in Spain, as well as the...

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    SUN PACIFIC ® HIRES CITRUS VETERAN FOR VP OF SALES

    PASADENA, California (March 5, 2019) Pasadena, California-based Sun Pacific® has hired citrus veteran, Dave Medders, as their new VP of Sales. Medders took on his new role on February 25 and will oversee sales for Sun Pacific’s citrus portfolio which includes: Cuties® America’s original mandarin brand, Mighties® kiwifruit, Sun Pacific® navels, Vintage Sweets®...

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    SPAIN: Citrus cultivation not organic, but without poison

    Spain, with an area under cultivation of 144,000 ha, is the “European champion” in orange production with...

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    Prepare for the ‘less packaging’ war for fruit and vegetables

    When the National Biscuit Company in 1899 started packaging for the first time in consumer units, they...

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    Tomatoes: Where is the taste?

    Even though botanists consider it a fruit, the tomato is Argentina’s favorite vegetable. They consume it on a daily basis, in salads, or stuffing, in sauces, or as garnish. However, even though it can be used in a plethora of preparations, Argentinians can only buy very few tomato varieties in grocery stores:...

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    Irrigating with solar power in Egypt

    CAIRO – 1 March 2019: Some 25 percent of employees are working in the agricultural sector, which...

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