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Egyptian citrus one step closer to U.S. access

More than a decade after they were kicked from the market Egyptian citrus exporters may regain U.S. entry.
April 19 , 2013

Latin American promise in the face of climate change

Latin America may face its own extremes from climate change but several factors will lend the region a helping hand.
April 19 , 2013

Tropical fruit growers join forces in Spain

Tackling fraudulent labeling and improving ripeness are two objectives of a newly formed Spanish tropical fruit association.
April 18 , 2013

Demand on the rise for Mexican organic products

The number of Mexican organic growers has risen more than fourfold in the last 10 years.
April 18 , 2013

Strong prices for Argentine pear exporters

Prices have been buoyant for Argentine pears in Europe this season while returns have been fairly similar in the U.S.
April 18 , 2013

Total Produce to sell Capespan shares

Ireland's Total Produce will offload its 25.3% stake in South Africa's Capespan Group.
April 18 , 2013

Latam retailers shift away from export discards

Two of South America's leading retailers discuss produce sourcing strategies to meet changing consumer habits.
April 18 , 2013

Chinese ag giant bets on Chilean premium fruit

A Chinese business linked to Lenovo has kicked off international fruit sourcing plans with a joint venture in South America.
April 17 , 2013

Market Pulse Week 15 - 2013

A port strike in Hong Kong brought imported fruit volumes down in Asia during week 15.
April 17 , 2013

SPS measures holding back U.S. produce exports to Asia

The U.S. Trade Representative has listed several sanitary and phytosanitary measures holding back exports.
April 17 , 2013