All posts tagged "Fresh-Cut"

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    Washington Sweet Cherry Growers Vote On Marketing Order

    WASHINGTON – Washington sweet cherry growers will vote from Apr. 21, 2017 through May 5, 2017, on whether to continue their Federal marketing order. Growers who have produced sweet cherries in designated counties in Washington from Apr. 1, 2016 through Mar. 31, 2017, are eligible to vote. A continuance referendum is required...

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    Florida tried to cut back essential citrus statistics program for the industry

    The state and federal agriculture departments need to trim $300,000 to $400,000 off the cost of counting the Florida citrus crop and other important statistics the state’s citrus industry has relied upon for decades. The state and federal agriculture departments need to trim $300,000 to $400,000 off the cost of counting the...

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    First Australian nectarine variety comes from a cabinet maker turned entrepreneur

    Perth can expect more locally grown nectarines on the shelves for longer, thanks to this man. Michael Tranchita has developed the April Jewel, the first Australian nectarine variety. “All the other varieties are made in America — this is the first ever nectarine variety to be commercially developed in Australia,” the Roleystone...

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    Confusion about new rules for citrus transportation in California causes trouble

    Earlier this year, the California Department of Food and Agriculture mailed letters to about 6,000 citrus farmers, trucking companies and others involved in shipping commercial citrus, informing them of new rules about transporting the fruit. The rule requires citrus being moved in open truck beds to be covered with a tarp to...

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    Macfrut is strengthening its cooperation with Colombia

    Cesena, 22nd March 2017 – Macfrut is strengthening its cooperation with Colombia, one of the major fruit...

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    Bananas from Colombia aim to restore its brand image

    Growing along with the bunches of bananas in the plantations of Uraba in northwestern Colombia are the...

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    Can Africa really stop fruit and vegetable imports?

    One of the most unsettling facts about Africa is that the continent is a huge net importer...

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    Indian region Himachal Pradesh gets money to keep its apple industry alive

    o protect the British-era old apple industry in Himachal Pradesh, the state government has started a project under which old and senile apple plants are replaced with exotic high-yield varieties. About six lakh new saplings have been replanted under the apple rejuvenation scheme covering 5,917 beneficiaries during the past four years, an official...

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    Upcoming Edition: The Future of Sorting Technology for Fresh Produce

    Sorting technology has been an essential factor for ensuring the food safety that consumers can rely on today. As production and productivity increases, new pests and damages appear and food safety requirements by retailers and governments become stricter I wanted to understand the current and upcoming solutions. The upcoming Fruit World edition will offer...

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    Fresh Produce Marketing Insights: What you need to know about Inbound Marketing

    We don’t want just any traffic to our site, we want the right traffic. We want the people who are most likely to become leads, and, ultimately, happy customers. Who are the “right” people? Our ideal customers, also known as our buyer personas. Buyer personas are holistic ideals of what your customers...

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