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Thursday, October 02, 2014

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Organic Italian kiwi season begins
Organic Italian kiwi are now available to US consumers, thanks to Viva Tierra Organic, Inc. Trial shipments of organic Italian kiwi last season were well received, and anticipation for this season's fruit is high.Viva Tierra's first shipments of organically grown green Hayward kiwi from Italy arrived on the.....

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GREEFA wins first prize at Eurofruit
Last week, GREEFA won first prize at the Spanish fruit fair Eurofruit in Lérida. Josep Rubinat demonstrates the system.GREEFA presented a new version of the measuring system for the detection of external quality characteristics, iQS4. The eight-strong jury consisted of Catalonian industrial engineers, along.....


Better prospects for Israeli melon, citrus exports
Following last year's lackluster returns, this year's Israeli export season for melons and citrus have gotten off to a good start. With the European market relatively free of large amounts of fruit from South Africa, prices for melons and grapefruit have been strong.“The market for melons is good,” said Oron.....

Cranberries' influence in value-added output and jobs
Report on N. American cranberry industry details multi-billion dollar impact
The Cranberry Marketing Committee (CMC) USA has announced the findings of an economic impact study of the North American cranberry. The study, conducted by University of California – Davis researchers, was jointly supported by the CMC, Cranberry Institute and British Columbia Cranberry Marketing.....

Zespri Chairman urges growers not to Kiwifruit Claim
"I have written to growers today, as Chairman of Zespri, to say I do not support or agree with the approach taken by the group behind ‘The Kiwifruit Claim’," stated Chairman of Zespri, Peter McBride.He said the Statement of Claim is not even available yet for review. The architects of ‘The Kiwifruit Claim’.....

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Commissioned by Vereecken Fruit, from Dronten
Troostwijk auctioning two apple peeling machines
Commissioned by Vereecken Fruit, from Dronten, Troostwijk Auctions is auctioning two fully automatic apple peeling machines. The opening bid of the auction will have to exceed 7,500 Euro, as that is the starting amount set by Troostwijk.Founder and owner Leander Vereecken says that "it's actually a shame.....


Worldwide apple crop looking big
U.S. apple production only amounts to about 6 percent of world production. China’s 2014 apple crop is expected to top 40 million metric tons for the first time at 41 million tons, which is more than 2 billion bushels and some 54 percent of world production.Michael Choi, president of Zhonglu America.....


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HortiDaily.com organizes High Tech Greenhouse Tour 2015
In February 2015, Hortidaily.com and the Horticulture Business Days are organizing the High Tech Greenhouse Tour to showcase the excellence of the innovative Dutch greenhouse industry. We invite international growers to participate in this free greenhouse tour that will show you the latest outstanding.....


Italian techniques for Russian apple cultivation
Inspection services in Moscow conduct checks at fairs and markets
Several trade negotiations between Russia and its neighbouring countries are progressing steadily. The agreement with Tajikistan only has to be signed and Armenia has collected several proposals from traders. Azerbaijan's exports also grew by 27% in the first half of 2014. Some Russian regions are looking.....

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Honey Crisp, Gala and Empire consumers' favorites
New York crops rely more heavily on export
New York orchards have begun harvesting their apples and growers are expecting a higher than average yield again this year. “We predicted as much as 30 million bushels by the end of July,” states Julia Stewart, spokesperson for the New York Apple Association, “By comparison, in the five years prior to 2012,.....



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Czech Republic: Rainy weather delays potato harvest
The Secretary of the Central Potato Association of the Czech Republic, Josef Králíčka, said that this year's potato yield is good, although growers are selling potatoes at low prices, partly due to higher import volumes in late spring.There are still cheap potatoes from last year's harvest, mainly from.....

'Good for every body'
Watercress Alliance launches new PR campaign
The Watercress Alliance, the body that represents UK growers, packers and suppliers of watercress, has announced the launch of a new three-year PR campaign, ‘Good For Every Body’.Backed with in excess of £150,000 funding, the consumer campaign will communicate that watercress is uniquely healthy, delicious,.....

Ukraine: farmers double the price of grapes
Ukrainian farmers are currently selling grapes for 0.4-0.8 Euro / kg, depending on the variety and quality, whereas last week the price of these products did not exceed 0.4 Euro / kg. According to market participants, the reason for the increased price of grapes is a seasonal reduction in the supply of the.....

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UK: Organic farming's rise shows the strength of economic recovery
Farming invariably prospers when the rest of the economy is in the doldrums. However, there is one sector of British farming to which this analysis does not apply, and that is – the organic sector. Demand for food in total is what the economists call 'inelastic'. In other words, it doesn't change much,.....


Collaboration by Enza Seeds, Berg Paprika and Veiling Zaltbommel
New red and yellow striped pepper attracts attention
There was a true pepper novelty to be admired at the AGF Detail in Houten. At the Veiling Zaltbommel stall Chris Groot of Enza Seeds and growers Wilfred and Monique can den Berg from Est attracted visitors with a new red and yellow striped pepper. "We are using 2014 to see if we can find the consumer with.....


Ural vegetables: organic production in Russia
Agricultural company Rikom in Chelyabinsk region is growing and processing organic vegetables. 700 hectares of agricultural land belong to the company, 200 of which are currently cultivated and yield well. Last year the company launched a packaging line, which processes 20 MT of their own production per.....

Republic of Khakassia
Bananas grown in Russia win award
National harvest festival in Khakassia "Urtun Toyi" is over, the results have been announced. Awards are given to the regions of Khakassia for the best artwork made of vegetables and unique vegetable and fruit compositions. In the category Giant Fruit and Vegetables there are two winners: a giant beetroot.....

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Ukraine doubles stonefruit imports year-on-year
Ukraine's stonefruit imports have doubled in July 2014 compared with the same month of the previous year due to a decrease in the domestic production of those fruits in the country.Ukraine's cumulative imports of stonefruits in June-July 2014 were a third higher year-on-year. Imports from the EU countries.....


Massimo Pavan
Italy: "I fear a stall on the carrot market"
"Despite the good quality and yields of Italian carrots from the Fucino plain, demand is rather flat and prices are therefore quite low," explains Massimo Pavan, sales manager for Pef srl.Massimo Pavan."In the Ferrara area, summer harvesting ended with unsatisfactory prices and now is the time for the.....

Russia: Innovative Agri-distributive centre opened in Omsk
A unique logistics centre for agricultural production DRUZHINO is to provide Omsk citizens with healthy vegetables and fruit of high quality all year round. The complex currently occupies an area of 4000 square meters. Its capacity designed to process 100 MT of fruit and vegetables per day. In 2014 it is.....

Ukraine to import dried fruit from Tajikistan
Ukraine will shortly start to import dried fruit from Tajikistan. Tajikistan, in turn, intends to purchase agricultural machinery from Ukraine. This was agreed at the meeting of the head of the Sughd region Abdurahmon Kodiri and Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Ukraine to the Republic of.....

Hamburg Süd and United Arab Shipping Company agree on worldwide partnership
The two container shipping lines Hamburg Süd and United Arab Shipping Company (UASC) will work together globally from now on, German website Fruchthandel.de reports. A partnership agreement to that extent was recently signed.The agreement is the result of a series of talks between representatives of the two.....

Tomato business in Moldova
Season of harvesting and processing of tomatoes is in full swing in Kamenka region. More than 600 MT of tomatoes have already been harvested, and 400 MT of them are sent to the local processing factory, the rest are sold in the markets of the region and the country.Over 100 hectares are cropped with.....

Primorye
Russian land is contaminated with peach moth
According to the inspection carried out by Russian Federal Veterinary and Phytosanitary Service, twenty-three agricultural plots with the total area exceeding 20 hectares are infested by quarantine for the Russian Federation pest - peach moth.The experts have informed that caterpillars of peach moth feed on.....

Hein Deprez in favour of introducing a fat and sugar tax
Almost impossible to build a brand in the fruit and vegetable sector
During the first national food debate Hein Deprez from Univeg and Greenyard Foods began his talk with some facts. "Growing fruit and vegetables is the most sustainable form of food production in the world. No other consumer product that can be produced as sustainably as fruit and vegetables. To give an.....


Bonduelle buys a new factory in Canada
Bonduelle is present in 100 countries and has 500 vegetables, yet their results were perturbed by both fine and unfavourable exchange rates. However their dynamic remains good and they have bought a factory in Cananda.Bonduelle’s turnover has increased +1.3% over their 2013-14 exercise. Their operating.....


Vicente Masia, president of the Spanish Association of Kaki Producers
Spain: "Kaki production 30,000 tonnes lower"
The kaki campaign is starting with small volumes in the Region of Valencia, the fruit's largest producer in Spain, and according to the Spanish Association of Kaki Producers, production volumes are estimated to reach 150,000 tonnes."The first forecasts pointed to increased production compared to last season,.....


Open ground harvests introduced: maximum yield in various ways
Various new stored cabbages, introductions in lettuce and of course, more focus on increasing the yield through various methods of crop protection, such as resistance and applications. Last week Syngenta held their open demo days in Andijk and enjoyed more visitors than ever before. A number of new harvests.....

AGRO Merchants Group acquires Opticool
AGRO Merchants Group has completed the acquisition of Opticool B.V., located in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The Company’s latest partnership with Opticool will add true commodity expertise to the AGRO Merchants Group portfolio of companies. Opticool specializes in the fruit logistics sector where it provides.....


Hein Deprez, Jos van Dessel and Guy Claessens:
EU: Fruit and vegetables are dirt cheap
The price of fruits and vegetables is a much discussed topic. In the eyes of the consumer it is often still 'too expensive'. That is not the case, at least not according to Hein Deprez, Guy Claessens and Jos van Dessel, three men heavily involved in the fruit and vegetable sector. This topic was discussed at.....


Exports from China cast a slur on Russian pine nuts
Russian producers of pine nuts are now to make sure they specify the country of origin on the package. The production that gets to the Russian market from China is of poor quality and has a bitter taste, which results in the fact that consumers refuse to buy nuts. Import of bitter Chinese pine nuts was one.....


New logistic structure OPO VENETO
The new logistics structure installed in Lusia ( Rovigo province ) will be inaugurated on October 5.This structure will enable a significant improvement of operations and will allow increased throughout the Lusia region,developing region where they grow more than 50 different products, especially salads PGI.....


Italy: The Fresh Port project
The "Fresh Port - development of the agri-food sector and implementation of the logistic-distributive system of Taranto's port" took place on 30th September.Taranto's mayor Ippazio Stefàno (left in the photo below) started off by thanking all those who made the project possible and stressing how.....


ASAJA-Almeria
Spain: Already possible to withdraw peppers from market at 0.44 Euro/kilo
This Tuesday, ASAJA-Almeria took part in the meeting held at the Spanish Ministry of Agriculture to discuss the details of the new regulations with exceptional measures planned by the EU to help fruit and vegetable producers affected by the Russian veto. The regulation, which was due to be published on 23.....


Spain: Almeria surpasses 2,330 million Euro in horticultural exports
José Manuel Ortiz, territorial delegate of Agriculture, Fisheries and Environment, announced that the Government of Andalusia will make a special effort to deal in a "speedy and efficient" manner with most of the requests submitted by growers in Almeria for access to the aid funds approved by the European.....

Ukraine: Prices of vegetables are going up
Fruit and vegetable price index for the fourth week of September (from 22 to 26 September) has increased by 7.2% after a decline of 12.5% over the previous three weeks of the month. Thus, the price of fresh produce is rising again in Ukraine due to the end of distribution of seasonal products, and the.....


Arnaud Franceschini, Richel:
"Italian growers investing in greenhouses to protect their crops"
The French greenhouse manufacturer Richel has already been working for 25 years in Italy, with the main market being that of vegetable production. Arnaud Franceschini, regional director of exports, explains that “most clients in the Italian greenhouse sector are large, but in this country there is also a lot.....


Compound based on red fruit reduces side effects of drugs
According to the Fundacion Descubre, this is the first study that focuses on the use of natural compounds extracted from berries (Sorbus americana and Vaccinium sp.) that do not harm the body and possess certain properties that can reduce the side effects associated with the treatment of diseases such as.....

Cypriot and Iranian Chamber of Commerce sign memorandum of cooperation
The Chambers of Commerce of Iran and Cyprus signed on Friday a memorandum of cooperation, in a bid to give a new impetus to the business ties between the two countries.The memorandum, signed in Nicosia, by the Presidents of the two chambers paves the way for a Cypriot trade mission in Iran, headed by Cyprus.....

Belarus and Bangladesh to cooperate in agriculture
Belarus and Bangladesh have pointed out new areas of cooperation in industry and agriculture. Relevant issues were discussed in New York at the meeting of the Prime Minister of Belarus Mikhail Myasnikovich and the Prime Minister of Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina. As noted by Mikhail Myasnikovich, the meetings of.....

Apple export from Moldova to Belarus has increased considerably
Moldova has considerably increased their apple export to Belarus since the import ban in Russia, reports the website fruit-inform.com. The number of Moldovan apples being exported to Belarus in August 2014 was 24 times higher than it was in August 2013, while the number of plums being exported has increased.....


Oceania

New truffle knowledge unlocks potential of the mysterious edible fungus
Australia's truffle growers and investors are being challenged by a raft of new science that's unlocking secrets about the mysterious fungus.New knowledge from soil science, microbiology, protein research and genomics has just been presented at the Australian Truffle Growers Association national conference.....


AU: Juice contracts cut for Riverina citrus growers
A large group of citrus growers who were supplying the Golden Circle juice plant in Melbourne have been told to find a new home for up to 5,000 tonnes of fruit.At this stage, about 40 growers from the Riverina in south-west New South Wales are affected by the contract cuts.Citrus Australia's chairwoman Tania.....

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AU: Yenda's 'Prunes 807' hit the market
Antonio Cremasco, a cane cutter from Queensland, came to Griffith in 1951 to pick grapes - he fell in love with the area and bought "Farm 807" at Yenda the following year. That original holding was a "real little fruit salad" according to his grandson Peter Cremasco - as there was as an acre of prunes,.....


AU: Excess mangoes forces grower to withdraw from industry
A Darwin farmer says the Northern Territory now grows too many mangoes and the competitiveness amongst growers is working against them.Dave Cormac recently ripped up 3,000 mango trees on his farm at Middle Point farm and now only grows melons and pumpkins.He says the huge numbers of mangoes being grown in.....

AU: Magpie geese causing crop damage around Gympie
A Northern Territory wildlife expert says magpie geese are becoming an increasing problem for farmers in south-east Queensland.Keith Saalfeld, from the Northern Territory's Department of Land Resource Management, says magpie geese were once common throughout most parts of Australia, but they moved north when.....


AU: Anger over lack of enforcement of country-of-origin food labelling laws
Not one Victorian business has been fined for flouting mandatory country-of-origin food labelling laws in the eight years since they were introduced. That’s despite clear breaches across the state in that time.The revelation has angered farmers and prompted calls for the State Government to assume the role.....

Funds needed to expand fruitful research
Some hint of the degree of agricultural research Australia will be needing over the next few decades comes in a funding call from Horticulture Australia for practical research in 2015 for fruit and vegetable production.Horticulture Australia (HAL) is the national body for co-ordinating research and.....


AU: Prime Minister Tony Abbott pledges to ensure food industry booms
Tony Abbott says he will do everything he can “humanly” do to ensure Australia’s food industry can “prosper and succeed”.The Prime Minister told industry leaders at the Australian Food and Grocery Council forum yesterday “thousands” were looking to the food industry to “make their mark and their.....


Growers and green grocers:
AU: Direct selling and sourcing fruit, vegetables locally good for profit margins
Vegetable growers and grocers around the central west of New South Wales say that buying and selling local is good for profit margins.Whether it's farmers direct selling, or grocers vertically integrating, keeping the supply chain and logistics local is cutting costs.Co-owner of green grocer Agrestic Grocer.....


AU: State of the Industry report released
The Australian Food and Grocery Council (AFGC) has released its annual State of the Industry Report, shedding light on key issues such as industry turnover, employment and international trade.This is the sixth edition of the State of the Industry Report, which provides a comprehensive report of the food and.....


Africa

Nigeria: Farmers accuse Cassava Growers Association of cheating
Cassava growers from the South-Ibie and Auchi-Osa groups have accused the Nigeria Cassava Growers Association (NCGA) of swindling loans approved by the Bank of Agriculture (BOA) aimed at boosting cassava production in the country.According to a statement, the group said its members applied for the loan.....

African CEO's to join Initiative for Global Development (IGD) board
The Initiative for Global Development (IGD) is pleased to announce the appointment of five new members to its Board of Directors. IGD, a nonprofit organization, engages a global network of corporate leaders to reduce poverty through investment in the developing world, with a particular focus on Africa. IGD's.....

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Nigerian government looking to expand airport infrastructure
Nigeria, a country of 170 million people that has no national airline, is in talks with private investors about setting up a new flag-carrier as it expands airport infrastructure, Aviation Minister Osita Chidoka said.Nigeria will spend about $2 billion over four years on rebuilding old airport terminals and.....

Kenya: Door closes on duty free exports to EU
October 1 2014 marked the end of a 30 year long standing trade arrangement between Kenya and Europe where exports from Kenya were not subject to customs duties in Europe. This duty free entry was made possible under trade arrangements extended to Kenya in the context of the preferential trade arrangement.....

Rwanda: Farmers facing difficulties in selling local goods to supermarkets
Munyantwali, a successful farmer and fresh produce wholesaler from Nyagatare, is looking for buyers of his hybrid mangoes and beans. When the supermarket's boss, finally meets Munyatwali, he just looks at the farmer's mangoes, shakes his head and dismisses him, saying the supermarket cannot do business with.....


World


World Potato Congress Industry Awards open for nominations
The World Potato Congress Industry Awards are an important and prestigious event on the international potato scene and the nominations for next years are now open.The President of the World Potato Congress (WPC), David Thompson, Canada, and the Chairman of the WPC Industry Awards Committee, Douglas Harley,.....


Green Giant™ Fresh finalist in PMA Fresh Summit sensory contest
During their first year participating, Green Giant™ Fresh has been named one of the top 10 finalists in the PMA Fresh Summit Sensory Experience Contest with their Cauliflower and Avocado Croquette with Avocado and Honey Dijon Aiolis. Each year participants are given the opportunity to showcase their products.....

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Pepper genus offers enough variety for all
A great majority of the peppers grown and consumed in this country fall into five species, with the greatest number of them classified as C. annuum. Included in this species are ancho, bell, cayenne, jalapeño, paprika and pimento peppers.There are four additional major domesticated species: C. baccaum; C......

Tropical fruits, vegetables & more from Guatemalan supply at Fresh Summit
This year 20 Guatemalan agricultural enterprises will be representing Guatemala to 21 thousand visitors in Fresh Summit Trade Show 2014, they will offer products like: papaya, mango, mini vegetables, snow peas, sugar snap peas, French beans, baby corn, among others. In this opportunity, we expect to generate.....


Michigan Apple Committee notes a near-record harvest
The Michigan Apple Committee has noted that this year's apple crop is estimated to be more than 28 million bushels, rivalling last year's record harvest of 30 million bushels. After the poor harvest of 2012, caused by a mild winter, soaring spring temperatures, and subsequent late frosts, this is good news.....


Retail

FedEx continues retail expansion into Quebec with Super C
Federal Express Canada Ltd. (FedEx Express Canada), a subsidiary of FedEx Corp. FDX, -0.45% has announced the latest phase in its comprehensive retail expansion across Canada. An agreement has been reached with Super C, Metro Inc.'s Quebec chain, to house full-service FedEx Authorized ShipCentres(R) within.....

Wal-Mart joins Kroger in testing online shopping, in-person pickup
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is dabbling in curbside grocery pickup.Supermarket News reports that Wal-Mart Stores is testing its first “click-and-collect” centre in its hometown Bentonville, Arkansas. The facility has almost 10,000 products, including fresh meat, dairy and produce. Customers order goods online and.....

Hy-Vee to utilize Agilence's reporting solution Retail 20/20 to improve in-store operations
Agilence, Inc., the leader in cloud-based exception reporting solutions, recently announced that Hy-Vee will deploy Retail 20/20 exception reporting to improve operations and reduce shrink. The employee-owned grocer is based in West Des Moines, Iowa, and operates 237 stores in Iowa, Illinois, Missouri,.....

Whole Foods Market to offer one-hour delivery
Whole Foods Market and one-hour grocery delivery service Instacart have begun piloting one-hour home delivery in select markets. In addition, customers will be able to place orders via Instacart and pick it up at a local participating Whole Foods store.The two companies will pilot the in-store pickup option.....

Supermarket shares hit 11-year low in sector slump
The supermarket sector is in tatters after the three largest listed grocers’ shares all hit decade lows and analysts warned that the sector was “uninvestable”.Sainsbury’s sank 7 per cent to 234p – an 11-year low; Tesco fell 3.2 per cent to 180.2p – an 11-year low; and Morrisons dropped 5 per cent to 159.9p –.....

WinCo customers sound off on self-checkout
WinCo Foods has begun adding self-checkout stations to all its stores, and the retailer asked Facebook fans for feedback on the experience. While the reaction was mostly positive, some customers disliked the new machines.

Tesco unit in Dublin 8 hits the market for €1.6m
The property at 51/52 Thomsa Street, is currently let to Tesco Ireland Ltd t/a Tesco Express. The asking price equates to a net initial yield of 7pc.The ground floor unit extends to 385sq m (4,147 sq. ft.). The store has been fitted out by Tesco to a corporate "Tesco Express" fit out.According to the agents,.....

Publix releases new coupon policy
Beginning today, new rules govern coupon redemption at Publix, Florida's largest grocery store.The most notable change – which is a clarification, really – limits shoppers to using the same coupon eight times per household per day.Starting October 1, Publix now also explicitly defines the term household for.....

Peapod celebrates 25 years as America’s leading online grocer
Before there was e-commerce of any sort, there were two brothers, Thomas and Andrew Parkinson, who in 1989, were developing a new way to shop. With DOS programming software, dial-up modems and floppy disks, they created Peapod.com, and shopping from a computer for home-delivered goods was born. Peapod was,.....

Retailers tackle their mobile to-do list
With m-commerce sales among Mobile 500 leaders soaring 80% this year, executives from Amazon, Wal-Mart, Peapod and others share how they juggle mobile priorities with the goal of providing the best shopping services to consumers sporting every sort of mobile device.With projected 2014 U.S. mobile sales of.....

Here’s why Woolworths Limited is still a better bet than Metcash Limited
News that grocery wholesaler Metcash Limited (ASX: MTS) has teamed up with a guru of the liquor retailing industry was no doubt a factor in Wednesday’s 2.7% share price gain.According to a report in the Australian Financial Review (AFR), Mr Tony Leon who was credited with building up Woolworths Limited’s.....

Krasnodar Magnit ranked fourth in Russia
Leading retail chains in Russia, i.e. Magnit and X5 Retail Group, are ranked fourth and fifth respectively in the list of 200 largest private companies in the country, published by Forbes magazine. Yearly revenue of Magnit has increased from 131 billion rubles (2.62 billion Euro) to 579.7 billion rubles.....


X5 Retail Group is developing agribusiness
The company X5 Retail Group is likely to purchase several retail shops that belong to the agricultural group of companies “Detskoselsky”.The retail business is not a priority for the agricultural company. "Detskoselsky" owns two factories that produce milk, vegetables and potatoes. Thus, the retail stores.....


Faire Woche: Lidl gives 50,000 euros to Fairtrade International
As part of the German 'Faire Woche', Lidl has given a cheque worth 50,000 Euro to independent organization Fairtrade International, German website Presseportal.de reports. Florian Schütze of Lidl International gave the cheque to Andreas Kratz of Fairtrade International in a Lidl store in Cologne on Friday,.....


Suffered net loss of 31.9 million Euro up to July
Spain: Eroski cuts its losses by 34%
The Eroski Group had net losses in the first half of the year of 31.9 million Euro, which is 34 percent less than in the same period last year.Between January and July, Eroski achieved a gross operating profit of 103.7 million and an operating profit of 28.2 million Euro.Cost cutting in the first semester.....



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