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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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Ukraine started importing potatoes from Poland

According to the president of the Ukrainian Horticulture Association (UHA) Taras Bashtannik, Ukraine has already started importing potatoes from Poland since the prices for tubers in this country are lower than in Ukraine. The start of importing potatoes at a time when potato storage facilities are filled with domestic products is a very unpleasant sign. […]

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In Ukraine, more and more blueberry producers receive GLOBALG.A.P certification

In Ukraine, the number of blueberry producers with GLOBALG.A.P. certificates increases, reports SEEDS portal with reference to Fruit Project consulting agency. GLOBALG.A.P. certificate expands both the export opportunities for producers and the number of consumers. In 2020, 10 Ukrainian blueberry producers received their GLOBALG.A.P. certificates: Betek LLC, Nikdaria LLC, Grass Avenue FH, Ukrainian Berry LLC, Blue Berry […]

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Walnut exporters from Ukraine hit by COVID-19 pandemic

According to EastFruit analysts, revenue from the export of Ukrainian walnuts in 2020 decreased by 19% in the first 9 months of this year. During this period, the export of nuts in shell and walnut kernels brought Ukrainian exporters only $60.9 million, which is the lowest revenue in the last three seasons. It is obvious that due […]

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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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