There will be less oranges and mandarins in Italy this season compared
to last one, though the lemon harvest will be bigger, notes Salvo
Laudani, Marketing Manager of Oranfrizer company who also expects that
there will be an export growth of red fleshed varieties of oranges in
the Nordic countries.
Which factors have driven this success, and which are the ambitions for the future? We asked Hazera’s Commercial Director Mr. Antoon Santegoeds to explain.
Mr. Jan Nowakowski, Export Manager of the Polish company Genesis Fresh, speaks to Froutonea Magazine and expresses his thoughts about the new apple season in Poland.
Matt Simister, Tesco's Commercial Director of Fresh Food and Commodities in Welwyn Garden City, explains why customers have fallen in love with Tesco’s "Perfectly Imperfect" strawberries.
Global trade patterns for fresh fruit and veg are evolving and emerging export and import countries are developing quickly. Produce Business UK reports on the illuminating seminar given by Dr Miguel Gomez of Cornell University at The London Produce Show and Conference.
The involvement of the European private sector in the mechanisation of Africa’s agriculture, currently dominated by China, will open up the market and help farmers make quality choices, FAO’s Josef Kienzle said in an interview with EurActiv.com. Josef Kienzle is an agricultural engineer at the Plant Production and Protection Division of the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations in Rome.
Mr Amr Yassin, the General Manager of the Egyptian company “Stars of Export”, talks about the new season of grapes, the most popular varieties that are being cultivated today in the country and the effects of the Russian embargo to the Egyptian sector of grapes.
Mr. Daniel Mathieson, Sales Manager of Zespri, speaks to FROUTONEA
Magazine and he gives a short report about kiwifruit’s last season and
he also shares with us his estimations for the upcoming year and the
future plans of Zespri.