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Catch-22 for South Africa's farming costs

A South African organization has warned against increased farm labor costs amid social strife over wages.
January 21 , 2013

Zespri pleads not guilty to customs offenses in China

New Zealand kiwifruit marketer Zespri has expressed its disturbance at having been let down in China by an independent importer.
January 18 , 2013

Uruguay and U.S. close to citrus trade agreement

After a decade of negotiations, Uruguayan citrus could soon be on its way to U.S. consumers.
January 18 , 2013

Uncertainty remains over Brazilian 2013-14 citrus crop

Expectations for Brazil's 2013-14 citrus deal are unclear, but growers believe higher profitability is likely.
January 18 , 2013

Survey reveals global perceptions of Chilean kiwifruit

Fewer international kiwifruit buyers are showing a preference for New Zealand over Chile compared to a survey two years ago.
January 18 , 2013

Chilean exporters rise to new standards after fruit fly detection

Fruit fly detection in Valparaiso could mean greater costs down the road for Chilean exporters.
January 18 , 2013

United States: Israeli dates on road to import approval

As stands, Barhi dates from Israel should soon be welcomed to the United States market.
January 18 , 2013

Opinion: biotechnology, a development pathway for agriculture

IICA's Pedro J Rocha explains why all farmers are biotechnologists by nature and can benefit from scientific advances.
January 17 , 2013

New markets and varieties for Canadian cherry growers

Six new cold-weather cherry varieties have entered their first year of production in Canada.
January 17 , 2013

Indian mangoes may soon enter South African market

India expects clearance soon to export mangoes to yet another new market - South Africa.
January 17 , 2013