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U.S.: Nicaraguan dragonfruit appeals to shoppers on a budget

Nicaraguan dragonfruit hit the U.S. market for the first time this year, creating price competition for Vietnam.
November 27 , 2013

California-China citrus agreement nears final stages

After losing market access in April, California citrus may once again be welcome in China.
November 27 , 2013

South Africa: apples and pears bear brunt of flood damage

Initial flood damage estimates indicate lower apple and pear exports from South Africa's Western Cape.
November 27 , 2013

Customs strikes cause delays for Chilean fruit exports

A Chilean customs strike is delaying air freight fruit shipments, but the extent of the impact is under contention.
November 26 , 2013

Walmart chooses McMillon as next CEO

Wal-Mart has gone shopping at home to pick its new CEO, who will start in the top job in February.
November 26 , 2013

London seeks place on global produce event calendar

Not only does London now have a new super-port, but in June it will host a new produce event to link exporters with the innovative U.K. market.
November 26 , 2013

Australian industry backs South African citrus in Europe

The Australian citrus industry has urged the EFSA not to block South African fruit over citrus black spot concerns.
November 26 , 2013

Japan's declining fruit industry captures international interest

The U.S. has taken interest in Japan's fruit market due to the Asian nation's declining national supply.
November 26 , 2013

Chile launches grape export season

An official ceremony in northern Chile marked the start of the country's table grape season.
November 25 , 2013

Chile prepares first prune promotions in China

Chile may raise its prune exports to Asia by up to 14% this season.
November 25 , 2013