Fresh Fruit Portal Newsletter
lunes, 06 de agosto de 2012
Friday, July 27, 2012
South Africa looks to U.S. again for early grape exports
South African growers hope to regain U.S. grape market access after approval of a domestic irradiation center.
South American countries unite towards agricultural goals
Members of the Southern Agricultural Council (CAS) have agreed to technical collaboration for Chinese trade.
Asian Regulatory Round-up: GM labels and health claims
Adrienna Zsakay sums up labeling law changes in China, India and Indonesia.
Washington State hailstorm fruit damage still unclear
Thunderstorms and hail in Washington State have caused isolated fruit orchard damage.
Australian banana growers 'outraged' over quarantine lifting decision
The Australian banana industry has been left vulnerable by a territory government lifting quarantine restrictions.
Aussie citrus industry divided over U.S. export deregulation
A Hard Day's Plate: Start Like a Champion
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