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    Indian Mango production suffers from hot summer

    The extreme temperatures and the absence of moisture in the air have badly hit the mango farms...

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    Zimbabwe: Banana Exports to Tumble

    Zimbabwe’s banana market could face an oversupply after leading producers stopped exports to South Africa, the country’s...

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    Bureaucracy in Cypris threatens to shut down juice maker KEAN

    BECAUSE of faulty policies and bureaucracy there is a threat that companies like juice maker KEAN will have to shut down, DISY president Averof Neophytou said on Friday after touring the company’s premises in Limassol. However, he praised the company “that confirms my view that Cyprus has a future. It can equally...

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    Key Technology Introduces the All-New VERYX™ Digital Sorting Platform to Europe

    November 15, 2015 – Key Technology introduces the all-new VERYX™ digital sorting platform to the European food...

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    Rising Temperatures Kick-Start Subarctic Farming In Alaska

    A field near harvest time at Meyers Farm in Bethel, Alaska, can now grow crops like cabbage outside in the ground, due to rising temperatures.i A field near harvest time at Meyers Farm in Bethel, Alaska, can now grow crops like cabbage outside in the ground, due to rising temperatures. We’ve heard...

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    Orange Peel Waste Can Help Remove Mercury Pollution From Oceans

    It’s estimated that the world yields 110 million tons of citrus fruits annually, with oranges accounting for more than half of that production volume. Given that not every part of the fruit is put to use, that’s a lot of waste. But researchers at Flinders University in Adelaide, Australia, have made a...

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    Deep-seated flaws in agricultural production contribute to food loss and waste in India

    When an established bakery last week released an infographic indicating the volume of wasted bread each year in Turkey to mark World Bread Day, media outlets noted that there is a considerable amount of waste, which ultimately hurts the national wealth. According to the infographic, as much as $486 million worth of...

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    Orange-juice futures are due for a spill

    Orange-juice futures are due for a spill. Just when it seemed that years of declining demand for the onetime breakfast-food staple would never stop battering prices in the tiny frozen concentrated orange-juice futures market, the bulls ran wild. But now the market is ripe for a fall. Since Oct. 9, when the...

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    Iran’s huge demand for bananas keeps Philippines busy

    THE Philippines is racing to fill the requirement of Iran for Philippine bananas despite the difficulties posed by El Niño to local banana growers, an official of the Department of Trade Industry (DTI) said on Monday. Senen M. Perlada, director of the DTI’s Export Marketing Bureau, said Iran is keen on buying huge...

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    Dole Fresh Vegetables Recalls Salads

    Monterey, California – Dole Fresh Vegetables is voluntarily recalling a limited number of cases of bagged salad....

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