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Italian representatives call for extensive citrus import ban

Representatives from Italy have called for an import ban on South African and South American citrus.
November 06 , 2013

Reverse trade mission yields fruit for eastern U.S. apple industry

The U.S. Apple Export Council recently invited Indian and Central American importers to visit orchards and packhouses.
November 06 , 2013

Canadian wild blueberries get investment bump

Oxford Frozen Foods Ltd has announced an investment push to encourage New Brunswick blueberries.
November 05 , 2013

Brazil releases fifth seedless grape variety

Isis has joined the ranks among Brazil's nationally developed seedless grape varieties.
November 05 , 2013

Argentina: stonefruit losses steep after Mendoza's frosts

Frosts in Argentina's Mendoza province have resulted in hundreds of millions of dollars worth of damage to fruit.
November 05 , 2013

Chile uses tangy spice to promote citrus in the U.S.

Chilean citrus promoters are using Tajin powder to boost sales to Latino consumers in the U.S.
November 05 , 2013

Australian govt suspects Italian tomato exporters of dumping

Italian processed tomato exporters will have to pay duties after an Australian report found grounds for anti-dumping action.
November 04 , 2013

Chile looks to global markets to promote premium olive oil

ChileOliva is working to set the Chilean olive oil sector apart in a global market dominated by big players.
November 04 , 2013

Opinion: "End Grocery Waste" app keeps consumers accountable

EndGroceryWaste.com founder Rod Averbuch explains the power of smartphones in reducing food waste.
November 04 , 2013

Africa, Latin America put on alert over Panama disease

An aggressive strain of Panama disease could threaten major banana-producing nations, warned Wageningen UR.
November 04 , 2013