Australian Lychees are on increasing not just domestically but also in overseas locations

The introduction of Lychees to Australia around 150 years ago, and in these 150 years, the industry has evolved from being a “small exotic fruit” industry to a growing and thriving industry. The industry of Australian Lychees is represented by its Peak Industry Body, the Australian Lychee Growers Association (ALGA) and the company’s annual production […]

Blueberry farming in the east of China’s Anhui province

In Shizi township in Langxi county Anhui Province, China, the advanced blueberry plant base uses soil-less cultivation practices in greenhouses. By using pots for growth The facility is equipped with intelligent climate and irrigation systems that optimize nutrient and water distribution to the plants. This is an innovative approach from the traditional cultivation of soil […]

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“Strong market demand” for Greek Kiwis, however price does not reflect market trends”

The Greek Kiwi season began fantastic, with just one issue during harvest According to Ioannis Lamproulis from Greek producer of fresh fruits and vegetables Oporello: “This year, the season for kiwis started off with high hopes, thanks to the huge demand that started at the start. The harvesting process went without a hitch and there […]

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Group Profit of US$8,344 Million

Orient Overseas (International) Limited is announcing a profit that will be due to equity investors of US$1,367.9 million for 2023. in contrast to a loss of US$9,965.2 million for 2022. The earnings per ordinary share for 2023 were US$2.07 and the earnings per ordinary share for 2022 were US$15.09. The Board of Directors has recommended […]

“The 2023/24 mango season in Peru is not easy”

Peruvian mango exporters and producers are struggling after another year of stagnant mango production. The reason for this was bad weather that put pressure on mango trees. The hope is that they will have a better year in the coming months, however in order to do this, the weather has improved from the drying El […]

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The container trade in China: both sellers and buyers are taking a cautious approach

Container xChange’s most recent report regarding the China market reveals a major gap in expectations for container prices between sellers and buyers, most likely due to a supply shortage. Christian Roeloffs, cofounder and CEO of the company, said, “There is a significant gap between demand and supply prices for container. Customers are hoping for price […]

Bangladesh stipulates that watermelon products are sold in pieces rather than by weight

The Directorate of the National Consumer Rights Protection (DNCRP) in Bangladesh has ruled that watermelon will be sold by the pound, not by weight to stop consumers being abused. A.H.M. Sofiquzzaman Director General of the DNCRP, A.H.M. DNCRP Director General of the DNCRP, announced this regulation at the start of a fair-price watermelon project in […]