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Global Focus — Organic
Pear import season begins for Awe Sum Organics
Awe Sum Organics’ new crop of organic pears from the Rio Negro Valley of Argentina are now arriving on both coasts of the U.S.The Rio Negro Valley is a premier fruit production area, well suited for growing pears. These juicy pears appear at a time when domestic organic pears are finishing, and organic fruit.....
Steady as it goes for importing organic coconuts
Consistency is the name of the game when it comes to the imported organic coconut market. “The supply of organic coconuts is consistent with what it’s been for the past few years,” says Mayra Velazquez de Leon of San Diego, Ca.-based Organics Unlimited. “Changes in supply are always slow with coconuts,.....
Homegrown Organic Farms announces new Category Specialist
Homegrown Organic Farms announces Ricardo Corrales as a new member of the Homegrown team. He was recently hired and is now operating as a Category Specialist for the company’s overall organic program.Chad Hansen, Homegrown Organic Farms’ Blueberry Category Director, said, “Ricardo brings specific skills and.....
Mutual recognition agreement for Chinese and NZ organic products
The China National Certification and Accreditation Administration (CNCA) issued the news that Chinese and New Zealand Organic products have obtained successful authentication to achieve mutual recognition. On November 14, 2016, Dawei Sun, the deputy director of China's State Administration of quality.....
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Between the late 1800s and the early 1900s, a natural mutation of Sanguinello blood oranges was noticed in the territory near Francofonte, Sicily. The variety was called Tarocco, and has since become a favourite thanks to its flavour and sweetness as well as for its organoleptic qualities.From Francofonte,.....
European organic market growth in double digits
The organic market in Europe continues to grow. In 2015, it increased by 13% and nearly reached 30 billion euros (European Union: 27.1 billion Euros). Almost all the major markets enjoyed double-digit growth rates. At BIOFACH, the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture FiBL and the Agricultural Market.....
The European market is a target for Indian organic fruit exports
"We produce organic fruit in India, but the volume is not very large compared to other countries," states Deepak Shinday, manager of Agrotry Global. This affects exports to European countries, where Shinday believes that organic Indian fruits could have a chance. "In Europe, this type of product is highly.....