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EU Calls on to Reduce the Areas under Potatoes by 15%

The North-Western European Potato Growers (NEPG) has called on European growers to cut their planted areas by 15% in 2021. Fruit-inform, referencing Freshplaza, writes that the countries of the European Union (EU) have reacted differently to this call. For example, the Dutch potato sector is very reluctant to respond to such a proposal. “This reduction […]

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Prices for Turkish tomatoes gradually grow higher in Ukraine

Analysts of the EastFruit project report that throughout this week, marketers have been raising prices for imported tomatoes. This trend is the result of active demand under the conditions of insufficient supply from local greenhouses. Tomato supplies from Turkey have been stable for the third week in a row. At the same time, the demand, according to […]

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Garlic Production in China Hits Record in 2020

ProduceReport reports that the harvesting of garlic is nearing completion in China, and, according to all preconditions, the country will store a record amount of this product this year. According to analysts, China’s warehouses will contain about 4.6 million tons of garlic, which is 30% higher than last year’s volume.   Such a significant increase […]

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China Plans to Take Advantage of Indian Onion Export Ban

EastFruit has previously reported on the ban on the export of onion, recently introduced by the Government of India in measures to combat the rapid rise in prices for these products and the opportunities opening up for Ukraine suppliers in the traditional Indian exporters’ markets.   ProduceReport notes that the first, who will take advantage, […]

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Andrii Yarmak: There are enough Capacities for Storing Vegetables in Ukraine, but there are many Storage Problems

Economist of the Investment Department of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Andrii Yarmak for the Comments.ua edition commented on several experts’ statements that the problem of storing vegetable crops is acute in Ukraine.   “Talking about vegetables, if the statement that the problem of storing them “is acute” was true, […]

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Ukraine Harvests High-Quality Onions in 2020

In anticipation of the release of the updated part of the study on the forecast of production and prices for potatoes, cabbage, carrots, beets, onions, and apples in Ukraine in the 2020/21 season, experts of the APK-Inform: Vegetables and Fruits project conducted a final survey of producers, received corrected data from representatives of seed companies, […]

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