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The Clipper Magazine to add video, social media and PR services for the nut and dried fruit industry

The makers of the  Clipper Magazine are leading experts in the dried fruit and nuts market. Now the publisher offers state-of-the-art services for global BtoB-communication. Professional video interviews and mini-documentaries for companies in the nut and dried fruit business during trade conferences. The Clipper offers production, postproduction and distribution to Youtube channels, Websites, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and other social...

Japanese LED innovation brings light to the drinks industry

Illumicap is a plastic bottle cap that senses and reacts to music and movement through a smartphone and illuminates the whole bottle in various colors. Kirin aims to further promote the use of the cap -- whose functions go far beyond those of an ordinary cap -- by releasing a part of its 3D data as an open source,...

Agriculture in India: A to-do-list by Marcos Fava Neves

India has a large proportion of arable land, 180 million hectares, almost 60% of the land existing (330 million hectares of surface) and produces the second largest crop in the world. It is a very challenging land structure, since almost 75% of the land is in properties of less than 5 ha, and as average, one to two hectares...

Twenty Questions for Better Understanding your Competitors

This story came as an output of an exercise done in one of the planning processes that I was involved, where we summarized some questions that could help an organization to better understand their current competitors and even anticipate possible new entrants to the market where they operate. I am sharing with China Daily readers since they can contribute...

Future success with creative solutions developed in NZ

Understanding other cultures is key to New Zealand making its food attractive to different markets around the world and to boosting our export earnings, according to a top industrial designer. Matthijs Siljee, a Dutch professor at Massey University's college of creative arts believes selling more of the same thing won't achieve the Government's goal of tripling the value of food...

Future success with creative solutions developed in NZ

Understanding other cultures is key to New Zealand making its food attractive to different markets around the world and to boosting our export earnings, according to a top industrial designer. Matthijs Siljee, a Dutch professor at Massey University's college of creative arts believes selling more of the same thing won't achieve the Government's goal of tripling the value of food...

Quick-to-market route for vehicles carrying fresh produce planned at Channel Tunnel

Plans to trial a "quick-to-market" route for vehicles carrying fresh produce that are caught up in continuing delays at the Channel Tunnel have been welcomed by the Scottish Government. It comes after concerns were raised about the impact on Scottish businesses such as seafood exporters to France. The UK Government yesterday confirmed plans for lorries to be parked at...

Port of Hueneme is a winner in west coast dispute

For most ports on the U.S. West Coast, late 2014 and early 2015 was a year of seemingly-unending congestion and slumping cargo traffic. Not so at California’s Port of Hueneme, which just reported its highest cargo year in its 78-year history. According to Hueneme port officials, total tonnage for the fiscal year ending June 30 was up 9.5 percent year-over-year...

APHIS Amends Import Requirements for Medfly Host Commodities from Chile

Effective immediately, the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) is implementing restrictions on all commercial consignments of Mediterranean fruit fly (Ceratitis capitata or Medfly) host commodities imported into the United States from Chile. To mitigate the risk and prevent the introduction of Medfly into the United States, APHIS is requiring all Medfly host commodities from quarantined areas to...

AgroPress to offer full corporate publishing and advertising services for fresh produce business

AgroPress of Switzerland, a publishing house with more than 70 years of history has established a new department that focuses entirely on communication solutions for its clients in the fresh and nut business. The services include website design, hosting, social media services, photography and videography services, production of video, audio, photo and text content for all relevant media. Another aspect is...
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