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Spanish cooperatives sign University of Florida blueberry deal

The University of Florida will act with the full force of the law if Spanish blueberry growers don't comply with IP laws for its varieties.
March 07 , 2014

Revenue spike for Capespan Group in 2013

South African multinational Capespan Group raised its fruit volumes for the first time in six years in 2013.
March 07 , 2014

NZ: improved conditions for Coromandel kiwifruit

New Zealand's Coromandel Peninsula is showing signs of recovery for its kiwifruit industry.
March 07 , 2014

China on the cards for Belgian biological control company

Belgium's Biobest hopes to bring its "flying doctor" bumblebees and other organic products to Chinese growers.
March 06 , 2014

2014 could be biggest campaign yet for South African avocados

Mark Baker looks back on the 2013 South African avocado season and efforts made for market access in the U.S. and Japan.
March 06 , 2014

U.K.: "We seem to have somewhat of a work ethic problem in this country"

English apple farmer Alison Capper believes her government is conducting a "social experiment" in scrapping a seasonal worker scheme.
March 06 , 2014

U.S. loosens restrictions on "misshapen" kiwifruit

A new rule set by APHIS will mean more kiwifruit from California and abroad meet minimum grade requirements.
March 06 , 2014

Indian govt scraps onion export restrictions

In the face of a bumper crop and falling domestic prices, India has removed price limits on onion exports.
March 06 , 2014

Chilean scientist aims to defrost chilling injury for pomegranates

A Chilean study seeks to overcome an Achilles' heel of sorts for pomegranates - their sensitivity to the cold.
March 06 , 2014

Market Pulse Week 9 - 2014

Argentine apples registered similar prices in Brazil to last year in week 9.
March 05 , 2014