The Ministry of agriculture of Russia published a report on the volume of production of greenhouse vegetables in the country. [...]
A new season of blueberry exports from Chile began, and the first weeks of deliveries showed a significant increase in exports. And yet, according to the Association of blueberries of Chile, in the near future exports may slow down significantly due to low air temperatures, restraining the ripening of berries. [...]
Serbian agrarian company Delta Agrar is exploring the possibilities of investing in the economy of Tajikistan. [...]
In connection with suspicions of re-exporting sanctions products Rosselkhoznadzor specialists will continue to conduct pre-shipment inspection of mushrooms supplied from Belarus in November of this year. [...]
Table grapes rose sharply in Moldova. White varieties of table grapes rose in price the least - by 31.9% in October. Table grapes "Moldova" are the most famous variety in the country grew in price by 48.4% almost one and a half times. Other darker grape varieties rose less significantly, most dramatically red and pink varieties by 65% per month. [...]
The purchase price of cabbage in Georgia today is 18 cents per kilogram. [...]
The research team at the University of Santiago found a way to store sliced fruit for 30 days. New development allows is protect the pulp from darkening. [...]
Prices on grapes and peaches are continuing to rise due to the reduction in price of apples in Poland
The price of peach has increased by almost 10%, and white grapes by 15% over the past month. [...]
In the Parliament of Moldova at the final stage of adoption is a bill that provides for the mandatory allocation of 50% of the area in fruit and vegetable stores for Moldovan products. This amendment to the current law on internal trade applies only to the activities of stores with an area of not more than 250 square meters. Most of the shopping facilities included in the supermarket chain have large areas. [...]
The Commission on agriculture and food industry of the Parliament of Moldova approved the draft law on the quality of fresh vegetables and fruits for the first reading. [...]
In the middle of this week, Moldova fully used the annual quota for duty-free supplies of plum to the European Union. [...]
The Rosselkhoznadzor employees carry out an inspection of export planting material from Serbia, Austria and Hungary. [...]
In the Polish media continues the discussion of the falling value of apples on the background of rising demand due to excessive harvest.
According to the report, the purchase price of Apple processing enterprises in August was 0.05 euros per kilogram, which is 70% lower than the cost of apples in the same period last year. The purchase price of pears, cherries and plums for processing was also significantly decreased.
One of the farmers shared the story that he was forced to throw away his crop when the producer of Apple juice, to whom he sold fruits, reduced the purchase price from 0.045 euros per kilogram to 0.04 euros.
In September, farmers protested at fruit processing plants in Ljubljana. Employees of the three companies demanded to raise the cost of raw materials to 0.08 euros per kilogram.
The Association of fruit producers of Poland is negotiating with factories to raise prices for raw materials, however, it is not possible to come to an agreement with the owners of enterprises today. The situation is complicated by the stable consumption of Apple juice with an increasing volume of Apple production and growing competition from producers in Ukraine and Moldova. The size of the market remains the same, despite the growth of industrial production of apples.[...]