All posts tagged "almond exports"

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    What’s in the next print edition of The Clipper

    The big topics: What is really going on with Iranian Pistachios? What is next in dried fruit...

  • Sorting
    Bright Light Agribusiness chooses TOMRA

    Leuven, Belgium, 5 December 2018 – Bright Light Agribusiness, one of the fastest growing private companies in the...

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    The new Clipper for nuts and dried fruit is shipping with more pages and great reports from Iran

    The second edition of the year of the Clipper magazine contains a lot of information for all...

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    Cashew Prices down significantly

    Cashew kernel prices came down significantly during March with some processors selling W320 as low as 4.25...

  • Almonds
    The trade war has begun: Tariffs for almonds and pistachios affect sales in China

    As Beijing and Washington exchange barbs that threaten a potential trade war, health-conscious Chinese shoppers are beginning to fret over what this could mean for their pockets: a potential jump in prices for U.S.-grown cherries and pistachios. Close to 80 fruit and nut products from the United States are at risk, after...

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    Up to 20% damage in almond orchards

    A cold snap in the heart of California’s agriculture industry could be devastating to the almond crop and ultimately lead to higher prices. It follows three-straight nights of bitter-cold temperatures this week in the San Joaquin Valley — the hub of almond production — where temperatures sank to the low-20s overnight starting...

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    Tomra wins Silver Medal at International FoodTec Award

    LEUVEN, BELGIUM 22.02.2018 — TOMRA’s user interface TOMRA ACT has been named a silver winner in the 2018 International FoodTec Award, organised by the DLG (German Agricultural Society). TOMRA ACT is designed to make sorting adjustments simple and predictable for the user or operator, enabling optimised control. This is achieved by changing...

  • Almonds
    The big potential for almond exports from Pakistan

    PESHAWAR (APP): The economy of Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) is largely dependent on dry fruits and agriculture as the area is famous for its almonds, apricots, cherries and other dry fruits all over the world . Almond is the most popular fruit of Gilgit Baltistan. Its many varieties are grown in all districts of...

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    Strong harvests and aggressive marketing boost sales of California almonds

    The Norther California port said agricultural commodities continue to drive increases in exports. Strong harvests and aggressive...

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