- Production Director Phalaenopsis - Taiwan
- Flower Grower - Canada
- Trader - Buyer Zachtfruit en Exoten
- (Junior) Account Manager France
- Installation Support Engineer (Supervisor)
- Teeltspecialisten Engeland
- Commercial Support Coordinator (32-40 hours)
- Quality Assurance Manager
- Sr Construction Project Manager
- China country manager
Top 5 -yesterday
- PHOTO REPORT: Fruit Attraction 2022
- South African port strike: "Brace for a minimum one week strike, probably longer"
- Australia: 300 tons of oranges dumped due to wet weather, export troubles and labor shortage
- Increasing import and logistics costs weigh on the mind of importers
- Grapes grown especially for the Asian markets
Top 5 -last week
Top 5 -last month
- Vegetable trade war between Botswana and South Africa escalates
- Europe puts a lid on organic orange production in South Africa
- "I have 400 tons of unsold grapes on the vines"
- Citrus exporter: Appeal to shipping lines met with “an arrogance that astonishes me”
- Faster avocado growing method developed by Israeli researchers
High safety practices held with Québec cranberries
The cranberry market has decreased since last year resulting in a loss of twenty cents per pound on processed cranberries and thirty cents per pound on fresh. Atoka Cranberries focuses primarily on delivering processed cranberries with 95% of the crops being dried for bakery, cereal, and snacks. The sister company, Bierler Cranberries is the main supplier of the cranberries with an estimate of this season’s crop reaching 40 million pounds, while Atoka Cranberries saw a total volume of 60 million pounds.
Whether the cranberries are processed or fresh, Atoka always prides itself on the flavour and quality of the fruit. “In our farm and our processing plant we have a very high food safety protocol to ensure our cranberries are not only of the highest standard, but that there is no risk. Our consumers are reassured that our cranberries are delicious and safe.”
For more information:
Atoka Cranberries Inc.
Tel: +1 819-356-2001
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