Decofrut presents the State of the Market for table grapes during December, looking at supply, demand and pricing for three markets.
The Grape Reporter pulled data from the International Trade Center to get a sense of how annual import volumes into the world's top ten markets have been evolving over the last decade. The data has been presented below in an interactive graph so you can see the specific figures for the markets in any year.
The Grape Reporter spoke to a number of growers, importers and industry leaders to better understand how the transition to imported table grapes will look as California’s crop starts to wane in the coming weeks.
The upcoming Southern Hemisphere season will be a challenging one for the table grape industry as a whole: scarce labor resources, unstable climatic conditions and backed-up ports have all pushed up costs for growers.
The Grape Reporter spoke with a number of Peruvian exporters to get their insight into the upcoming campaign and assess the challenges it faces both abroad and at home.
Organized by the Association of Producers-Exporters of Fruit, Table Grapes and Other Agricultural Products (Apoexpa), the awards ceremony was held on the second night of the international trade fair to distinguish people who support the growth and internationalization of the Murcian table grape sector.
Decofrut presents the State of the Market for table grapes during September, looking at supply, demand and pricing for three markets - the U.S., Europe and China.
The Peruvian table grape industry is forecast to export a record volume of fruit in the upcoming season, with the first estimate pegging shipments at 62.5 million boxes.
The South African Table Grape Industry (SATI) said the new appointee would early in the new year take over the reins from Willem Bestbier, who’s retirement as CEO was announced in May 2021
Rain and snow fell in the Atacama desert region in Chile last week, which affected an area that produces 10 percent of the country's table grapes.