All posts tagged "almonds"

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    Trump trade ideas might affect California nut crops

    Some 45 million metric tons of food grown in the United States ends up in China. Sales there will fall as it becomes more expensive. There’s more. As steel becomes more expensive, we’ll pay more for tomato sauce. That’s because most of it comes in cans, and those cans – so shiny we call...

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    TOMRA acquires precision grading system manufacturer

    AUCKLAND:  TOMRA today signed an agreement to acquire 100 percent of the shares in BBC Technologies*. The...

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    5 motivi per leggere, iscriviti pubblicità nella rivista Clipper

    Clipper è il leader globale per informazioni indipendenti su noci e frutta secca. Il Clipper è la...

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    5 reasons to read, subscribe advertise in the Clipper Magazine for nuts and dried fruit

    The Clipper is the global leader for independent nuts and dried fruit information. The Clipper is the...

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    AgroPress seeks Advertising Sales Representative for Agriculture Magazine in Australia

    AgroPress is hiring an Advertising Sales Representative for several Agriculture Magazines We are looking for a sales...

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    New export rule in Vietnam hinders Cashew exports

    Workers of the Long Viet Co Ltd in the southern province of Phu Yen’s Tuy Hoa City process cashew nuts for export.  A new regulation is causing hundreds of raw cashew material containers to pile up at the city’s ports. According to the association, many enterprises importing cashew materials for processing and...

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    Australian agriculture is very ambitious about future exports

    Award winning Cowra farmer Ed Fagan has welcomed the Australia horticulture industry’s historic trade push that aims to grow exports significantly by 2025. The industry is targeting massive spikes in the exports of vegetables, cherries and almonds and a new focus on the export of fresh strawberries. A new brand to help market Australia’s highly sought-after produce...

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    American Almond has relocated

    The American Almond relocation took place recently when Ms. Fliska’s role – and those of her colleagues – moved to a new state-of-the-art facility in Pennsauken, New Jersey, USA, just down the road from her home in Philadelphia. A native of Kavala, Greece, Ms. Fliska has been on the team for six...

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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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    Australian Agriculture is booming

    The world is going nuts for Australian farm produce as overseas markets clamour for locally grown nuts such as almonds and macadamias as well as agricultural stalwarts such as beef, lamb, wool and cotton. The value of Australian farm production is forecast to surge by 8.3 per cent this financial year to a massive...

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