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- 2022-01-26 South African plum campaign targets UK consumers
- 2022-01-26 "Production volume and price of Hami melons both go up as Chinese Spring Festival approaches"
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- 2022-01-26 "We've begun other Central American melon seasons with more stock"
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- 2022-01-26 France: Apple stocks increasing and pear stocks cut in half
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