All posts tagged "food"

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    Crop protection giant enters the irrigation scene

    Bayer and the Israeli company Netafim are joining forces to enhance the application of crop protection products...

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    Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) to announce Global Markets Awards 2018

    The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) is pleased to announce the launch of its Global Markets Awards...

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    Spain’s food exports to Qatar have increased by 43%

    Spain’s food exports to Qatar have increased by 43% in the first eight months of 2017, ambassador...

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    SnowValley Agricultural Group and Aviko Group, invested by the joint venture between the two leading potato product...

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    Record numbers for ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA

    Asia’s leading continental fresh produce show attracts more than 13,000 trade visitors from 76 different countries. Hong...

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    Trump administration delays sugar labeling rules

    On June 13, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration indefinitely delayed several sugar and calorie labeling requirements made famous by Michelle Obama during the previous administration. In response, labeling advocates have accused the Trump administration of, as the Center for Science in the Public Interest’s Jim O’Hara put it, “denying consumers critical...

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    New SmartFood ExpoTM To Take Center Stage With Other Show Partners in 2018

    CHICAGO, IL (June 14, 2017) – During today’s opening general session of the United FreshMKT, United FreshTEC,...

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    Supermarket sells fresh produce grown in container on the parking lot

    A Texas chain of supermarkets isn’t just in the business of selling vegetables; it’s growing them, too. Based in Dallas, the H-E-B-owned Central Market has joined forces with Controlled Environment Agriculture Advisors, a self-described “horticulture disrupting” firm, to raise some of its produce in a custom-built onsite shipping container—a first for an...

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    Cost Increases Erode Ontario’s Fruit and Vegetable Growers Competitiveness

    GUELPH, ONTARIO–(Marketwired – June 1, 2017) – As Queens Park gathers at the annual “Celebrate Ontario’s Bounty” event to promote the good things that grow in Ontario, the Ontario Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association (OFVGA) reacted to the Provincial Government’s announcement to raise the minimum wage rate to $15/hour, putting local food...

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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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