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Special — Year Overview
Year Overview December
Could brussel sprouts be missing from UK tables this Christmas?
Company's were in full preparations for the Christmas holiday season this month. In the UK, top on everyone's wish list was a steady supply of sprouts, after wet weather back when the sprouts were planted, followed by dry conditions in August and September, causing a severe decrease in production this.....
US elections and what the Trump win could mean for NAFTA, TTP
The beginning of November brought the American Presidential elections and many in the field of fruit and veg wondered what the new president elect would mean for the industry. Before the election results, we published two articles presenting both vantage points from people in the industry. One who was.....
Year Overview October
Brexit goes forward, Russia lifts bans, controversy about food waste in EU
British Prime Minister Theresa May, has ended weeks of speculation in the beginning of October, revealing that she would trigger article 50 and launch formal Brexit talks with EU leaders, before the end of March 2017. The timing means the UK looks set to leave the EU by summer 2019.The instability of.....
Year Overview September
Growing worldwide demand for avocados brings opportunity
The market for avocados, around the world, continues to increase, bringing a lot of new opportunities for avocado producing countries.Avocado demand has exploded worldwide, largely due to the fruit's much publicised health benefits. Israeli farmers are also set to strike it big from the fad, thanks to.....
Year Overview August
New Russian bans and the lifting of old ones
Countless producers and consumers around the world have been affected by the Russian boycott and Russians themselves are no exception. President Putin met with President Erdoğanin the middle of August to discuss the possible lifting of the Turkish boycott this year. “It is our priority to once again.....
Year Overview July
Bad weather brings shortages of key fruits and veg
Weather woes continued into July as growers in the States were hit with rain and hailstorms around the 4th of July, causing increased demand for peppers. It was reported that the US market was tight in July for larger pepper sizes. According to a trend report from US Foods at the end of June, excessive heat.....
Year Overview June
Brexit decision announced, Chinese President visits Poland and weather woes for stonefruit
The morning of the 24th of June will go down in the history books after the UK decided to officially leave the European Union with Brexit, leaving many in the fruit and vegetable sector shocked.The majority of the British population chose to leave the EU in a referendum. The ‘Leave’ camp reached 51.9 per.....