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    BREAKING NEWS: Special Edition for Almond Conference

    The Clipper will produce a special edition for the Almond Conference, the most important almond industry meeting...

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    The Clipper Magazine: How to get more than one copy for your company

    For the nut and dried fruit industry, experts and entrepreneurs in production, post-harvest, crop protection, logistics, trade and retail the Clipper offers the first-hand strategic information the market needs. All departments should be able to read the articles in the Clipper magazine to improve their business, learn about new technologies and marketing...

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    The forum with the visiting Iranian delegation comes on the heels of the signing of economic cooperation...

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    Vietnam promises export of safe nut products

    Michael Waring, vice chairman of the International Nut and Dried Fruit Council Foundation (INC), said: “The global...

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    Almond Board of California Celebrates 10 Years of Breakthroughs in Almond Quality and Food Safety

    MODESTO, Calif. – (Nov. 15, 2017) – A groundbreaking mandatory pasteurization program created by Almond Board of...

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    Nut and Dried Fruit Magazine grows significantly and offers new services in 2018

    For many people in the nut and dried fruit industry it has been a good year –...

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    Cameroon’s cotton company starts cashew production

    Cameroon’s cotton company (Société de développement du coton-Sodecoton), the agribusiness which collaborates with some 250,000 farmers in Northern Cameroon, could become one of the pillars of the national development strategy for the cashew sector, actually being elaborated in the country. “SODECOTON has been considering the cashew nut sector for long, in order...

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    Australian agriculture investor is planning big with almonds

    Liam Lenaghan set up goFarm five years ago to build investment-grade large commercial farming operations.  GoFarm has 13 properties under its management, covering 23,000 hectares in Victoria and southern NSW. Almond production is a key investment, although it is not the only one. Of the 23,000ha currently under goFarm’s management, about half...

  • Hazelnuts
    Next five years will be the best for hazelnuts in Australia

    The next five years will be the biggest and best for hazelnuts and ginger, which are expected to see huge increases in production. Demand, and breakthroughs in pest and disease control, are creating fresh opportunities for the two crops. Hazelnuts were first grown in Australia more than 100 year ago but have...

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    Nutellagate: Ferrero quietly reduces hazelnuts in Nutella and consumers do not like it

    Fans of hazelnut spread Nutella have gone nuts after its manufacturer tampered with the tried-and-true recipe, amid...

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    Food waste and how to solve it

    Food waste is a global, billion-dollar problem. Belgian sorting technology manufacturer TOMRA has released an interesting free...

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    New hazelnut trees that grow everywhere?

    The growing popularity of Nutella in recent years has driven up demand for the hazelnut, far more than the world can supply. But help is on the way, thanks to some innovative plant and agricultural science from Rutgers biologist Tom Molnar. “The demand for hazelnuts is so high that there is no...

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    Is the Aflatoxin-free peanut coming?

    Scientists at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center in St. Louis, Mo., and their collaborators at the...

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    Cashews in Vietnam struggle with climate change and diseases

    HCM City (VNA) – The cashew industry has achieved impressive growth in the past years with increasing...

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    Book now for the Fruit Logistica Edition

    Fruit Logistica has become the most important showcase for international fresh produce trade around the world. Book...

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    How to present your services in over 90 countries

    The Clipper now offers completely new services to get in touch with clients and suppliers, category managers,...

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    Senegal set to boost “green” exports of cashews and mangoes

    The Senegalese government on Wednesday announced that the country will work with UNCTAD to boost the competitiveness...

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    Are Pecans the next big thing?

    West Texas pecan grower Kevin Ivey arrived on Capitol Hill this spring with the hopes of finding...

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    Iranian Pistachios caught in the middle of mounting tensions

    The international pistachio trade has faced unexpected challenges because of tensions between Tehran and Washington. The global pistachio industry is a multibillion-dollar a year sector that is continuing to grow in value, as its popularity grows. The US and Iran dominate the world’s trade in pistachios, collectively controlling between 70% and 80%...

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    Oregon hazelnut growers suffer from oversupply

    Oregon hazelnut growers will receive a starting minimum price of 96.5 cents a pound for their crop...

  • Hazelnuts
    Georgia’s hazelnut production suffers $20 million damage by stink bug

    The South Caucasus republic of Georgia is struggling with a plague of brown marmorated stink bugs (BMSB), or Halyomorpha halys. Originally native to East Asia, the BMSB is an agricultural pest that can cause widespread damage to fruit and vegetable crops, particularly when present in an environment devoid of its natural predators....

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    The 2018 editorial schedule: More special reports from all over the world

    The leader in nuts and dried fruit information THE CLIPPER magazine offers more reporting on nuts and...

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    Agri-Food Canada helps the hazelnut industry with $500,000

    In a statement, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada says it has made an investment of almost $500,000 to the...

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    Hazelnuts from Turkey? Investors are looking for other sources

    ResponsAbility Investments AG has ventured to stoke its returns. It’s investing in hazelnut production on the slopes of the world’s tallest mountain range, hoping to provide them to products such as Nutella. In hazelnuts, “70 percent of production is in Turkey,” said Rochus Mommartz, chief executive officer of the Zurich-based fund. “But producers...

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    Spanish almonds must be standardized to be competitive

    Aragon and some high altitude areas of Granada and Almeria are experiencing the death throes of the...

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    Mozambique bets big on cashew nuts

    Mozambique is expected to produce 200,000 tonnes of cashew nuts per year in the short term, said...

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    Bayer and Netafim collaborate. What does that mean for the industry?

    Bayer and the Israeli company Netafim are joining forces to enhance the application of crop protection products...

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    Black walnut harvest provides sustainable benefits

    Stockton, MO—With the Black Walnut Harvest underway since October 2, hullers and harvesters across the Midwest are...

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    Italy and Turkey to collaborate on nut production

    Giresun with production of hazelnut in countries, Alba cities of Italysigned a sister city protocol. The 87th...

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    Nigeria worried about lower exports

    The prediction that Nigeria may fall back to recession in the next few years could come to reality sooner than expected as non-oil export of the economy faces serious threat. Though, the Federal Government’s focus is to diversify the economy from oil to non-oil export but today, goods worth billions of naira...

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    Australia’s Select Harvests launches $65m capital raising bid

    Hot on the heels of rejecting a $430 million Arab takeover offer, big almond growing and nut...

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    Nuts and dried fruit are the export stars of Chile with great gains

    Nuts stood out as one of the products that had a better performance in last season’s exports....

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    New cultivation technologies can improve productivity in cashew plantations in India

    Experts have stressed the need for adopting new cultivation technologies to improve productivity in cashew plantations. Speaking...

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    Trouble in Turkey about low prices for hazelnuts

    Main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) on Sept. 18 kicked off a march from the Black Sea...

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    Blue Diamond Growers seek more money for export promotion

    The introduction of the CREAATE Act in the Senate follows the House version, H.R. 2321, introduced May...

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    Nigeria is tapping into the global Cashew business

    Gains on global cashew prices have jumped by 85 per cent in the past two years and...

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    Automation of cashew processing is essential to improve India’s competitiveness

    PANAJI: With Goa’s contributing only 25,000 to 30,000 tonnes of cashew nuts annually as compared to India’s overall production of 5,50,000 tonnes, the country requires at least 20 lakh tonnes of nuts a year to compete at the global level, said representatives of the Cashew Export Promotion Council of India (CEPCI). “Modernization...

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    Cashew nuts offer great potential for agriculture in Nigeria

    This article is based on a comprehensive research report on the investment opportunities in the agriculture sector...

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    Austrian world market leader of confectionery production systems is now part of the Buehler Group

    Uzwil (Switzerland), September 12, 2017 – The Haas Group, the Austrian world market leader of wafer, biscuits,...

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    New findings about honeybees, the most important ‘coworker’ for nut production

    Some commercial beekeeping practices may harm honeybees more than help them, scientists warn in a paper published in the journal Nature Ecology & Evolution. “Western honeybees—the most important pollinators for U.S. food crops—are facing unprecedented declines, and diseases are a key driver,” says Berry Brosi, an evolutionary biologist at Emory University and a lead author...

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    Crop protection with honeybees

    BVT is a leading technology company that uses commercially-reared bees to deliver sustainable and effective crop control....

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    San Joaquin County export value lower due to lower prices of almonds and walnuts

    Generally lower commodity prices and in some cases poor harvest conditions contributed to a 14.5 percent drop in the dollar value of 2016 agricultural production in San Joaquin County. County Agricultural Commissioner Tim Pelican reported to county supervisors Aug. 23 that the county’s 2016 ag production was valued at $2,337,922, compared with...

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    Kerala State Cashew Development is recruiting 5,000 cashew workers this year in phases in its 30 cashew factories

    Showing signs of steadily moving out of the red, the public sector Kerala State Cashew Development Corporation...

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    Australian Hazelnut production could increase by more than 2,000%

    A Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation report has found the Australian hazelnut industry has the potential...

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    Ferrero Farming Values reached 16,900 hazelnut farmers

    According to state-run Anadolu Agency, last year Turkey earned revenues worth nearly $2 billion from nut exports,...

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    Oregon will produce 18 percent fewer hazelnuts this year: Bad forecasts?

    Oregon will produce 18 percent fewer hazelnuts this year than it did last year, federal agricultural officials...

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    Ghana Tain province wants more cashew processing power

    Member of Parliament for Tain constituency, Gabriel Osei, has said the constituency needs cashew processing factories. To...

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    Production of cashew has risen by almost 40% in Goa

    The season has come to an end on a high note for farmers too as the state...

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    Nigeria moves to stop cashew nut smuggling

    The National Cashew Association of Nigeria (NCAN) has raised the alarm over the invasion of the cashew nuts business. It urged the Federal Government to stop smugglers of the product for the traders’ sake. The group said some unscrupulous businessmen had been depriving the country of huge revenue, urging the government to curb the...

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    Less expensive ways to process walnuts

    The popularity of walnuts is growing among health-conscious consumers, but processing these nutrient-vitamin-rich nuts could use some tweaking. Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists have developed a method that uses infrared technology to improve commercial processing, particularly drying, to reduce energy costs and deliver high-quality products. Walnut drying is expensive and energy intensive,...

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    Fast progress for cashew production in Cambodia

    Welhunt Materials Enterprise on Tuesday last week signed an academic-industrial pact with National Pingtung University of Science and Technology for its cashew nut business in Cambodia. University president Tai Chang-hsien (戴昌賢) said the university is to collaborate with Welhunt Materials on technical research, including tropical fruit tree cultivation, agricultural drones, artificial intelligence-assisted...

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    49,000 hectares of peanuts might be lost due to flooding in Argentina

    DEVELOPMENT OF THE 2016/2017 NEW PEANUT CROP as at August 7, 2017 Our Agronomists reported that during...

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    Cashew nuts are job motor for Ghana

    Sunyani, Aug. 08, GNA – The Competitive Cashew initiative (ComCashew) has since its inception in 2009 trained...

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    Who should set prices for hazelnuts? Turkey. Says Turkey

    As the world’s top hazelnut producer, Turkey should be the first country that announces hazelnut prices and have a strong voice in setting these prices, main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu has said. During a visit to hazelnut producers in a village the Black Sea province of Düzce on...

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    Kashmir almond farmers switch to apples

    Culturing of almonds and apple orchards has been a trend in Kashmir since long depicting the aesthetic...

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    11th yummex Middle East: Extended access to the growing hospitality and foodservice market in the region

    – New partner concept is attractive for both exhibitors and visitors – The sweets and snacks market...

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    Next Clipper Edition: Strategic partner in fighting aflatoxin contamination

    Aflatoxin is a major issue for Chinese food manufacturers and processors. Food exporters face even more challenges, as products exceeding the aflatoxin level imposed by import countries can often be rejected, which can have a negative impact on the brand image. Hsufuchi Foods, a sub-brand of Nestlé Group, is a well-known brand...

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    Cashews: More demand than supply

    Cashew nuts have become increasingly popular in the last few years, eaten either as a snack or with your morning muesli, made into a protein bar or even into lactose-free milk. A few years back, cashews were very competitively priced, being one of the cheapest tree nuts available on the market. However,...

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    Sharp decline in almond production in Budgam

    Budgam district is known for its high-quality almond produce, but the recent shift towards apple cultivation has exposed the government’s indifference towards growers. There has been a sharp decline in almond production in the Valley in the last few years as growers, fearing loses, have been shifting towards cultivating apples. Mohiudin Yatoo,...

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    Raw cashew import put pressure on industry in Vietnam

    According to the General Department of Vietnam Customs, 165,000 tonnes of cashew nuts worth about 1.62 billion USD were exported in the first six months of 2017, up 2.3 percent in volume and 27 percent in value from a year earlier. Chairman of the Vietnam Cashew Association (Vinacas) Nguyen Duc Thanh said...

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    Pecan nuts with a difference

    …Pecan nut trees will start bearing from around year five when it is also time to start manipulating the tree through correct pruning regimes. Even a young two-year old tree starts to receive basic pruning attention. As the tree ages so the pruning is intensified. Pecans have a long productive life and...

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    Switzerland’s largest retail group interested in Georgia’s hazelnut industry

    Georgia’s hazelnut industry has attracted the interest of Switzerland’s largest retail company Migros Group. Representatives from Migros Group visited Georgia’s Ministry of Agriculture today where they discussed ways as to how to deepen cooperation with Georgia in terms of hazelnut production. At the meeting officials from Migros Group accented on the high...

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    Gladstone Land Acquires Pistachio and Almond Farms in California for $13.6 Million

    MCLEAN, Va., July 17, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Gladstone Land Corporation (NASDAQ:LAND) (“Gladstone Land” or the “Company”) announced today that it has acquired four contiguous farms totaling 847 gross acres in Fresno County, California, for approximately $13.6 million.  In total, the farms contain approximately 327 acres of pistachio trees and 318 acres...

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    The Australia Almond Export Boom

    ALMOND  exports boomed in the first quarter of this year, according to a report ­released last week by Euromonitor International. The report, compiled for Horticulture Innovation Australia, found almond export volumes increased 74 per cent from January to March this year in comparison with the corresponding period last year. India was the...

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    European hazelnuts are in fashion

    European hazelnuts are in fashion. They went from being almost unknown to becoming one of the fruit crops with the biggest growth in surface in the country. In the last decade it increased by eight times, reaching 13,108 hectares in 2016, according to data from Ciren. The sector, however, says that the...

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    Home brands of retail chains took over the Russian snack market

    by Oleg Nikishenkov, Fruit World Russia What used to be just a curious trend for many well established and time ago quite well doing Russian companies can turn into a big issue: home brands of the major national retail chains seem to have taken over the market. At least this is what...

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    Next Clipper Edition: The Rise of Women Peanut Farmers

    ‘Big agriculture’ has been rather slow to implement women. Female leaders arrived late in the industry. Young...

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    Vietnam province gets foreign investments for cashew production

    Binh Phuoc (VNA) – The southern province of Binh Phuoc has attracted eight foreign direct investment (FDI) projects, with a combined registered capital of 31.8 million USD in the first six months this year. The figure is below the province’s expectation, requiring local policy makers to revise a specific strategy to increase FDI...

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    The Clipper offers video interviews for ANUGA 2017

    The Clipper Magazine is back with an innovative service for global BtoB-communication. Professional video interviews and mini-documentaries...

  • Cashews
    Nigeria fails to boost revenue from cashew export

    Despite losing several billions of dollars in 2016 to lack of value addition, Nigeria appears not to have learnt useful lessons on how to boost revenue from cashew export. The cash crop, regarded as one of the nation’s economic trees, has the potential to create enormous wealth for farmers and generate huge...

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    Turkish buy and rent hazelnut gardens in Azerbaijan and Georgia in large quantities

    Turkey, ranking the world’s third largest producer of hazelnuts after China and the U.S., invests in Azerbaijan in order not to lose leadership in the hazelnut market. Turkish businessmen began buying or renting hazelnut gardens in Azerbaijan and Georgia in large quantities, according to the Turkish media. “Currently, hazelnuts are grown on an area of...

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    ANUGA special to highlight nut and dried fruit industry innovations

    The Clipper magazine, global market leader in nut and dried fruit industry information will publish its first...

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    Nestlé has placed the “For Sale” sign on the confectionery division

    Is the maker of the Nutella chocolate spread about to gobble up Nestlé’s U.S. sweets business? Ferrero, the historic chocolate company owned by Italy’s richest family, is attempting the biggest takeover in its history, worth $3 billion. The food group based in Alba, northern Italy, the third in the world of chocolate,...

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    ANUFOOD Brazil – powered by Anuga: Koelnmesse expands its Brazilian business

    Koelnmesse is positioning itself in the Brazilian market with its own food fair: “ANUFOOD Brazil – powered...

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    Biosolarization – potential alternative to chemical fumigation

    The Almond Board of California and UC Davis have teamed up again. This time the cause is soil fumigation. After an orchard has passed its productive life, the trees must be taken out. Prior to planting a new crop, the soil must go through “disinfestation” steps. Parasitic nematodes are one of the...

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    Subsidies for Cashew farmers in Goa get lukewarm response

    PANAJI: While there are several schemes for boosting industry in Goa, it appears that local unit owners are not interested in taking advantage of these schemes, according to the government. Latest information reveals that most incentive schemes (there are five) are receiving a poor response from the industry. The schemes have not...

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    Almond and olive tree disease fear amongst Guadalest farmers

    FARMERS in Guadalest demanded this week that the Ministry amends its protocol against the ‘Xylellafastidiosa’ bacteria that...

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    USDA promotes increased trade with Iran despite opposition of the Trump White House

    The US Department of Agriculture is promoting increased trade with Iran, despite the clear opposition of the Trump White House, American news website The Washington Free Beacon reported. A July report released by USDA praises the Obama administration’s efforts to open trade with Iran following the landmark nuclear agreement that dropped major...

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    AgroPress seeks Advertising Sales Representative for Agriculture Magazine

    We are looking for a sales representative in your area for two of the world leading global agriculture magazines:...

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    India is working hard to get more cashews from Africa

    For deepening the trade partnership between India and Africa, the Kerala government and top diplomats from African countries met last week to ensure level-playing field for raw cashew cultivation and cashew nut processing industry on both sides. At a recently concluded two-day Cashew Nut conclave organised by the MEA, Kerala has requested...

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    Global nut, dried fruit production set to grow

    Top industry experts discussed and anticipated good nut and dried fruit production levels for the 2017/18 season and sustained increase in planted areas, during the 2017 INC World Nut and Dried Fruit Congress, held recently in Chennai, India. INC is the leading international organisation regarding nuts and dried fruit health, nutrition, statistics,...

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    Hazelnut Market to Rise At 5.9% CAGR by 2026 Reports Persistence Market Research

    The global hazelnut market is at its nascent stage and is anticipated to witness steady growth during the forecast period as compared to other nuts and dry fruits. Consumers get inclined towards hazelnut products owing to their outstanding flavor and nutritional content. Correspondingly, retailers are inclining more towards rising their dry fruit...

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    Nuts and Dried Fruit business is preparing for ANUGA 2017

    The Clipper magazine, market leader in nuts and dried fruit information will offer special publications and host...

  • Cashews
    Will the Goods and Services Tax in India affect the cashew business?

    Mangaluru, Jun 30: With the much debated and the highly anticipated Goods and Services Tax (GST) set for midnight launch on Friday June 30, daijiworld caught up with some of the renowned names in various fields to understand the impact of GST on Mangaluru’s local economy. President of Confederation of Real Estate...

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    Kerala is planning to link up with African nations to procure raw cashew production

    A Year In, India’s Communist-Led Kerala Continues to Take Steps to Ensure Inclusivity About US$4 million will be allocated to fishing communities that lost their homes due to ocean floods by The Kerala government. Kerala relies heavily on its cashew industry and is planning to link up with African nations to procure...

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    Nigeria gives approval for six cashew-processing factories‎ for export

    The Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) report, in 1985, reported that Nigeria produced 18.3 million metric tons of yam from 1.5 million hectares, representing 73.8 per cent of total yam production in Africa. Nigeria begins yam export today The Federal Executive Council (FEC) yesterday gave approval for the establishment of six cashew-processing...

  • India
    Ghana open to cashew sourcing pact with Kerala

    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, JUNE 29: Leading cashew producer Ghana has welcomed Kerala’s initiatives aimed at partnering with the African nation in production, technology transfer and direct import of cashew bypassing middlemen. This was made known after discussions between Eddison M Agbenyeagah, Charge ‘d’ Affaires, Ghana High Commission, with K. Ampady, Director, Information & Public...

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    Almond plantings to double in Riverina, Australia within five years

    One of Australia’s largest almond processors has tipped almond plantings in the Riverina to more than double within the next five years. AlmondCo has built a $25 million shelling and hulling plant on the outskirts of Griffith, which will be officially opened this week. Managing director Brenton Woolston said there were already...

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    Southern Peanut Farmers Federation launches ‘Peanut Program Works’ website and video

    DOTHAN, Ala. (June 26, 2017) The Southern Peanut Farmers Federation today launched a campaign website, www.PeanutProgramWorks.com, and...

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    Revive cashew processing to check tribal exploitation

    Vizianagaram: Seven cashew nut processing units set up in the Agency area of the district each at a cost of Rs 10 lakh have been on the verge of closure on account of the official apathy. The units have been set up at GK Padu, Iridi, Duribili, Velagavalasa, Kurukoote, Asanabhadra and Alagaruvu...

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    Kerala to host conclave of cashew producing African nations

    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The state is set to hold a diplomatic conclave of 15 cashew producing African nations on Wednesday to explore the possibility of direct procurement of raw nuts for processing. The meeting will have the participation of senior diplomats from West and East African countries. A Representative of the Union External Affairs...

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    Through the Eyes of a Farmer

    Through the Eyes of a Farmer series visits with Mike Roberts, Jr. and his son Mason. The...

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    Snacking on wine? Made possible by RayZyn

    Napa-based Wine RayZyn Company – which launched in January 2016 banking on the inspiration to turn dried...

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    Cashew producers urge to add value to the product

    A research on economic potentials of cashew fruits has revealed that the fruit is rich in vitamin C and could be processed into various fruit juices such as cashew apple and cereal juices. The research conducted by the Food Research Institute, one of the 13 research institutes of the Council for Scientific...

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    Cashew prices hit record high on robust demand

    Cashew kernel prices are trading high despite reports of increased production in major producing countries, traders said....

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    Tanzania: Cashews Boost Traditional Exports By U.S.$120 Million – Report

    Dar es Salaam — A rise in cashew exports boosted the value of traditional exports by 16.75...

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    Solar Day at the Almond Orchard to focus on mentoring and cultivating future industry leaders

    ROSEVILLE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Sunworks, Inc. (NASDAQ:SUNW), a leading provider of solar power solutions for agriculture, commercial, industrial (ACI),...

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    In India almonds have a tax issue

    Hyderabad, Jun 21 () The government needs to rethink and bring all nuts, including almonds, under a uniform rate under the Goods and Services Tax (GST), a senior official of the Almond Board of California (ABC) said today. “For us we are clear – all nuts should be at same tax rates...

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    Australia’s almond industry is booming

    ALMONDS are booming along the banks of the River Murray as the industry swells its market share...

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    Vietnam expects to earn $3.3 billion from cashew exports

    News VietNamNet Vietnam’s cashew processing sector aims to export 360,000 tonnes of cashews for 3.3 billion USD...

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