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Analysis

Russian embargo not hitting Polish apples

24 Jun 2015

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The embargo placed on Polish apple exports to Russia appears to have had little effect and indeed many new uses are being found for them.  Last year, exports to non-EU countries fell by 36 percent to 133,000 tonnes, nonetheless the sudden glut last autumn made producers think of new ways to use them with a [...]

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Apple packaging needed

8 Feb 2013

One way ecological containers for apples required by Russian producer.
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Analysis

The average German household bought 158kg of fresh fruit and vegetables last year

5 Feb 2013

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With an average of 87.9 kg per household in 2012, viagra German private households purchased nearly 1% less fresh fruit than the previous year, but spent at least 3% more on it. Sales of pomaceous fruit and bananas decreased, while sales of grapes, strawberries and melons increased considerably. Apples, bananas and oranges have topped the [...]

Analysis

Global production of fruit and vegetables steadily increasing

5 Feb 2013

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According to the latest figures from the AMI (agricultural market information service) in Bonn, look 860 million tonnes of vegetables (excluding melons) and 730 million tonnes of fruit (including melons) were produced worldwide in 2012. Production figures for both fruit and vegetables have steadily increased over the past few years.
The EU is the world?s [...]

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Bottling line required

14 Jan 2013

Russian producer of fruit juices requires bottling line to handle 300ml glass bottles of apple and orange juice with suitable capping facility also.
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Analysis

Strong demand for apple juice in Russia

5 Dec 2012

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Demand for concentrated apple juice is increasing very quickly in Russia. In 2012, sovaldi sale imports increased by over 21 percent.  The previous year saw an increase of eight percent over 2010.
Most imports come from China and Ukraine, nonetheless these countries may not be able to keep up with demand.