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Algeria re-opens to bananas
13 March 2017

The annual import quota released by the Government is 10% lower than the volume imported in 2016 and 27% lower than the total in 2015.

Founder sells up as Rockit takes off
13 March 2017

The New Zealand Rockit apple business has a new name and chief executive after brand founder Phil Alison was bought out by two equity investors.

Citrus Australia warns of mandarin shortage
13 March 2017

The industry body claims Australia’s citrus industry will be faced with insufficient stocks of the popular fruit in future years if current plantings do not increase.

New Zealand apples dodge downpour
13 March 2017

Pipfruit NZ said that in the Hawke’s Bay, the Royal Gala crop, which represents about a third of the total crop, had been harvested before heavy rainfall last week.

US$1bn reversal for CMA CGM
13 March 2017

The container line returned to profitability in the fourth quarter of 2016 despite posting a US$452m loss for the year as a whole.

New conditions set for Algerian banana imports
10 March 2017

Distributors wishing to import bananas must comply with several professional standards in order to gain an import license and a quota for 2017.

Costa reveals avocado interest
10 March 2017

The Group is tipped to bid against China’s Shenzhen Kondarl for Australia’s largest avocado farm.

T&G Global to sell FloraMax
10 March 2017

The deal comes as the flower auction business “no longer aligns with T&G’s strategy and focus on its core business and key categories”.

South Africa heads for record grape season
10 March 2017

The South African Table Grape Industry says very favourable weather conditions contributed towards an expected healthy crop of about 65.4m cartons.

No rate rise at Puerto BolÃ-var
10 March 2017

The Ecuadorian Minister for Foreign Trade says that the terminal handling charge increased announced by Yilport will not happen in April.

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