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U.S. considers doubling pear exports to India

December 14, 2019
India imported 108,000 boxes worth $3 million last season, which ranks it the sixth-largest market for USA Pears.

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Iran will allow banana, mango, pineapple imports

Brazil’s beef sales to set record


Turkey: Don't buy imported bananas, calls Antalya Governor

December 14, 2019
Antalya Governor Munir Karaloglu has urged the tourism sector to prefer local bananas over imported bananas.

Iran will allow banana, mango, pineapple imports

December 13, 2019
As per the new regulations, bananas, mangos and pineapples could be imported into Iran, provided apples are exported in return.

Brazilian food: Agribusiness exports climbed 1% in November

December 13, 2019
Agribusiness exports from Brazil fetched USD 8.21 billion in November, up 1% from November 2018, the Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply reported.

Brazil’s beef sales to set record

December 13, 2019
Egypt remains the third biggest market for Brazilian beef, although sales slowed down somewhat in the last few months, partly due to the fact that some meat packers got the green light to export to China, said Brazilian Beef Exporters Association (Abiec) chairman Antônio Camardelli during a press conference this Tuesday (10).

Germany preparing to prevent swine flu with drones, dogs and electric fences

December 12, 2019
Germany is deploying drones, sniffer dogs and electrified fences in order to prevent the spread of Swine flu which can affect the growing pork industry.

Farmers in the Netherlands announced new protest

December 12, 2019
Farmers in the Netherlands will hold more protests December 18th.

Moroccan oases and argan trees increases greatly over last decade

December 11, 2019
The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of oases and argan trees in Morocco increased from MAD 84 billion to MAD 129 billion (€7.88 billion to €12.1 billion) between 2009 and 2018.

Bird flu identified in Suffolk, UK

December 11, 2019
Low pathogenic avian flu of the H5 strain has been confirmed at a commercial chicken farm in Mid Suffolk.

Afghanistan heads towards self-sufficiency in rice production

December 11, 2019
Afghanistan has been moving towards achieving self-sufficiency in rice production as 66 percent of rice has been produced inside the country, said a statement of Ministry for Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock (MAIL).
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