All posts tagged "avellanas"

  • Featured
    US almond growers anxious over tariffs

    Amid expectations of a robust harvest, California’s almond growers are anxious over reduced demand due to new...

  • Featured
    The Clipper next edition: Is there room for another sorting machine manufacturer?

    The sorting industry has made fantastic progress in the last years – with stunning innovations from the bigger groups like TOMRA, KEY, Bühler, Satake and others. It seems hard to believe a total newcomer in the industry could gain market share. No problem for Austrian engineers who founded Insort. With some brilliant...

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    Will India-US trade war hit dry fruit sales?

    India’s retaliation of raising import duties on items majorly imported from the USA will result in higher prices of dry fruits, particularly almond and walnut, say businessmen. The USA is the largest suppliers of these commodities and there are not many alternative suppliers, which can help India diversify its imports. What came...

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    AgroPress shares know-how for online and digital communication with its clients

    AgroPress, publisher of the Clipper for nuts and dried fruit and The Fruit World for fresh produce has invested substantially to be ahead of the market in digital communication: The magazines are now communicating on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Reddit, Google+ and other platforms nearly every day. “It is a commitment to help...

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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...

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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...

  • Peanuts
    Scientists Map the Genetic Code of Peanut

    ALEXANDRIA, Va., Jan. 4, 2018 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — An international group of agricultural scientists have mapped the genetic code of peanut, The Peanut Foundation announced Dec. 25.  The culmination of a five-year research project will give scientists around the world a map with which to unlock some of the genetic potential of the peanut plant. The data...

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    A lot of almonds are looking for a lot of consumers

    The California Almond Industry continues to impress as a science-driven high-performance industry with growing output and a...

  • Cashews
    Cashew Export Promotion Council of India ambitious plan for automation in Kerala’s cashew industry

    OLLAM: The Cashew Export Promotion Council of India (CEPCI) has unveiled its ‘Mission 2020’ strategic business plan, triggering a major overhaul in the state’s labour-oriented sector.The plan, which supports mechanisation and automation in the industry, claims to achieve its targets through ‘zero job losses’ and, ironically, guarantees creation of additional job opportunities.According...

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