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Top 5 -yesterday
- Dole plc announces sale of its Fresh Vegetables Division to Chiquita
- The Victorian stone fruit grower selling main orchard to focus on other 'exciting' opportunities
- SA grape farmers face more challenges amid rolling blackouts
- Polish importer makes tomato investments in Romania
- California avocado production forecast for 2023
Top 5 -last week
Top 5 -last month
- El Niño will probably add to misery of SA farmers
- Avocado consumption reduces total cholesterol and Ldl C
- Criminal ‘food sellers’ are posing problems in South Africa
- "I am destroying my celery because they humiliate us offering just a few cents"
- Pomegranate grower gets off expensive chemical carousel
Radicchio Rosso di Treviso IGP season has officially started
Tardivo is the most precious variety of radicchio from Veneto and the only one that is forced by being partially submerged in water. Crops have been expanded by 7.4% compared to last year (283 hectares). In an average period, the growth exceeds 100% (there were 134 hectares in 2012).
"This season, crops of Radicchio Rosso di Treviso (early and late) and Radicchio Variegato di Castelfranco cultivated in the Treviso, Venice and Padua areas have reached 500 hectares, 22% more than last year. In the medium period, the growth is actually +154% with respect to 2012. It's a radical transformation of an agriculture that is increasingly dedicated to high-quality productions. Over the past few years, the production of certified radicchio has increased to protect productions against fakes and to safeguard prices. This has also been done with an eye to consumers and retailers, which tend to require guaranteed authentic products more and more."
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Other news in this sector:
- 2023-02-01 Tesco no longer stocks yellow peppers due to supply challenges
- 2023-02-01 High cucumber pricing factors into the “salad category” demand
- 2023-02-01 "Fresh packs are a growing category for parsnips"
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- 2023-02-01 The Ministry of Trade promises a significant reduction in prices for vegetables
- 2023-02-01 "Prices will probably rise, but I don't know if that's enough"
- 2023-02-01 The brassica and leafy vegetable production gap could last until the beginning of March
- 2023-02-01 New Covent Garden Market traders help to educate Westminster Kingsway student chefs
- 2023-02-01 Helicopters and float planes help with scouting wild mushrooms in remote areas
- 2023-01-31 Adelaide's former Holden car factory to become a large-scale mushroom producer
- 2023-01-31 "Our strength lies in offering the widest range of baby leaf"
- 2023-01-31 "Cucumbers had a good season, so more tomato growers have switched to them"
- 2023-01-31 Smithy Mushrooms grows as demand for exotic varieties increases
- 2023-01-31 California farmers facing costly damages due to storms
- 2023-01-31 Spring planting balances high inputs and economic uncertainty with good markets
- 2023-01-31 Spanish and Dutch pepper sales in the EU decrease while Moroccan pepper sales grow
- 2023-01-31 "In February, there will be a production gap in cucumbers, zucchinis, and eggplants"
- 2023-01-31 "Volume developments impressively illustrate the growth development of this crop"
- 2023-01-31 "With an early Easter, it's vital that we get this product available"
- 2023-01-31 Polish importer makes tomato investments in Romania