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Fresh fruit and vegetables to be tagged in Turkey
The Ministry of Customs and Trade has published the implementation of fresh fruit and vegetable tagging in the Official Gazette.The tags, in the form of a label, will allow consumers to find out details about the product such as the type of commodity, size, origin and name of producer by checking the tag’s.....
Three technologies for sustainable control of pests in table grapes
The grapevine moth, vine mealybug or the Mediterranean fruit fly are pests which have been causing problems to table grape producers for decades, but the company Suterra currently offers a combination of three products that can help us improve the value of our production by controlling these phytosanitary.....
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UAE tightens controls on strawberry imports from Egypt
As a result of the US health scare that saw 119 people fall ill from the hepatitis A virus, which has been linked to frozen strawberries from Egypt, the UAE has tightened-up on imports of the fruits, the government there reported Saturday 17 September.The Ministry of Climate Change and Environment on.....
Spain: Citrus sector asks for tariffs on South African oranges to stay
On the eve of the EU Parliament and Council's decision regarding the Economic Partnership Agreement between the EU and the Southern African Development Community, the organisations representing the Spanish citrus sector have approached the European Parliament and the Government of Spain to ask for the.....
Vietnam: Chemical ripening of durians sparks safety debate
In the last week of August a facility in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong was found to be ripening numerous immature durians with legal chemicals; this has sparked a debate in Vietnam over food safety.On September 1, an inspection team raided a fruit facility in Di Linh District as employees were.....
Taiwan: Unhealthy bacteria found in 25% of cut fruit, 'instant salads'
On Wednesday 7 September, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) of Taiwan reported that a random inspection of “instant” salads and cut fruit showed that 25 percent of products contained pathogenic bacteria exceeding allowable levels.FDA Division of Research and Analysis official Lin Hsu-yang said the.....
Tianjin inspection intercepts contaminated mangoes
A few days ago, during a hand luggage inspection at customs, the Inspection and Quarantine Bureau of the Tianjin airport found two cases of forbidden mangoes and a bag of guiyan fruits concealed in the hand luggage of a traveller. The mangoes were already spoiled and therefore carried a higher risk of.....