- Lead Auditor
- Quality Assurance Team EA Region - Antwerp - Quality Assurance Supervisor
- General Manager Australia
- Einkaufskoordinator/in - Austria
- Chief plant protection agronomist
- Сhief agronomist
- Head of Sales for Mexico and Latin America
- Finance Manager for a Leading International Fresh Produce Business
- Sales Consultants Fertilizer - various European countries
- Product & Efficiency Manager - Role Based in Holland with regular trips to the UK
Top 5 -yesterday
Top 5 -last month
- Philippines: Farmers oppose onion imports
- "Lots of pressure on the top fruit market until Christmas, but still lots of opportunities"
- "Early Spanish mandarins wrongfully thought to be sour"
- 'Despite heat there is continuous demand for cabbages''
- Joint commitment on agricultural development in West Africa
Top 5 -last week
- ‘Meicai’ app funding round generates more than $600 million
- Ghana: Elephants devastate farms In 21 communities
- Australia partitioned into areas with same population as New Zealand
- "The fair's schedule will allow us to work and develop our winter programs"
- Statistics South Africa to conduct census of commercial agriculture
Northern Australian tropical fruits on the road in time for Chinese New Year
Kerry Eupene, who grows rambutans near Darwin, said the harvest on his farm had ramped up in time: "The season is a fair bit later this year and in one way that is bad because we missed the Christmas markets, but it's working out well now because we're right on time for Chinese New Year.”
Abc.net.au reported how the Northern Territory's largest dragon fruit farm had a very busy week, getting fruit picked and packed in time to get on the last trucks to Sydney and Melbourne. Marcus Karlsson said the timing of this year's crop was perfect: "We've been very lucky with the weather, the monsoon [at the end of January] stopped a day before we were due to start picking. Timing is important, because the trucks only leave on Monday and Thursday, so you need to catch them on time.”
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Other news in this sector:
- 10/17/2018 Peru exported more avos and mangoes in first eight months than in all of last year
- 10/17/2018 Peru: Important recovery of pineapple exports
- 10/17/2018 USDA appoints new board members to the National Mango Board
- 10/16/2018 Spain: Mangoes from July to December if the right varieties are planted
- 10/16/2018 Two new varieties in the EAT ME fresh kit range
- 10/12/2018 PapaMango, the Sicilian mango
- 10/12/2018 Bali: Ready to export dragon fruits
- 10/11/2018 ‘Avo prices have hit their peak, supply continues to skyrocket’
- 10/11/2018 Greece: “Our aim is to double our kiwi capacity”
- 10/10/2018 Turkey: Grower in Antalya switches from tomato and pepper to dragon fruit
- 10/10/2018 Vietnamese farmers victims of dragon fruit price drop
- 10/10/2018 Mexico: Mango exports to the US decline due to the rains
- 10/10/2018 Which demographics differentiate Hispanic avocado shoppers from Non-Hispanics?
- 10/09/2018 Chapaya - palm fruit with a meaty edge
- 10/09/2018 AU: Papaya growers experiencing record crop this spring
- 10/08/2018 Vietnam’s Central Highlands encouraged to expand avocado farming
- 10/05/2018 "Currently not much money to be made with pineapples and limes"
- 10/05/2018 Colombia: Hass avocados, Limes, and pineapples for Peru
- 10/05/2018 Thailand: New Zealand avocado season takes off
- 10/05/2018 Avanza to debut in China