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pdf Fresh Produce Journal (10/08/18) Popular

  • South African trade mourns passing of Louis Kriel

pdf Fresh Produce Journal (12/06/18) Popular

  • Tesco stocks green lemons after citrus shortage
    A short Spanish season with South Africa's crop starting later meant the retailer lifted specifications to meet demand

pdf Fresh Produce Journal (21/03/18) Popular

  • SA expects record citrus export crop
    Southern Africa's first citrus export forecast of 2018 points to another record volume, despite the drought in some regions

pdf Fresh Produce Journal (26/02/18) Popular

  • Drought hits RSA citrus output
    The water shortage and strengthening rand will present challenges for exporters this season

pdf Fresh Produce Journal (25/01/18) Popular

  • Noose tightens for Western Cape growers
    Drought conditions mean underground water uses are under scrutiny in the Cape region

pdf Fresh Produce Journal (04/12/17) Popular

  • RSA grapefruit on the up
    The South African grapefruit sector appears to be emerging from the doldrums of the first decade of this century

pdf Fresh Produce Journal (19/10/17) Popular

  • Climate disrupts life in South Africa
  • As Cape Town introduces water rationing to ensure that the city gets through the next summer, storms have hit north-eastern parts of the country

pdf Fresh Produce Journal (02/10/17) Popular

  • Record year for Southern African citrus
    Industry cements its position as the region's leading fresh produce sector, ahead of table grapes and topfruit

pdf Fresh Produce Journal (26/05/17) Popular

  • RSA packhouse receives coveted audit rating
    Naranja Packers in receives Tesco and British Retail Consortium Accreditation after recent audit

pdf Fresh Produce Journal (25/04/17) Popular

  • Ailimpo warns of crowded EU lemon market
    A sharp rise in Spanish Verna production will clash with increased Southern Hemisphere arrivals

pdf Fresh Produce Journal (30/03/17) Popular

  • Brexit means balancing act for South Africans
    South African fruit sources are extremely cautious when it comes to speculating what Brexit will mean for them

pdf Fresh Produce Journal (17/03/17) Popular

  • Southern African citrus on the up
    Exports of citrus from Southern Africa are expected to return to 2015 levels this season

pdf Fresh Produce Journal (08/03/17) Popular

  • Water worries for RSA citrus
    As South African growers meet to formulate their crop forecast, heavy rain and drought is dominating the talk

pdf Fresh Produce Journal (05/01/17) Popular

  • Spanish citrus campaign goes from bad to worse
    Greater availability of South African oranges in the European market is adding to Spain’s woes

pdf Fresh Produce Journal (26/10/16) Popular

  • High hopes for RSA mandarin
    A new mid-season mandarin hybrid offers much to the South African industry

pdf Fresh Produce Journal (28/09/16) Popular

  • Carbon emissions in spotlight at GlobalGAP Summit
    Delegates can offset travel carbon emissions as GlobalGAP pledges support for UN Sustainable Development Goals

pdf Fresh Produce Journal (06/09/16) Popular

  • Crucial time ahead for RSA citrus growers
    Drought and water shortages in South Africa’s northern regions are threatening the next citrus crop

pdf Fresh Produce Journal (05/09/16) Popular

  • South Africa 'wins CBS war'
    The country has reached a point where it seems to have won its citrus black spot battle and can now deal with other challenges

pdf Fresh Produce Journal (04/07/16) Popular

  • RSA citrus trade sees Brexit opportunities
    South Africa’s citrus growers respond to Brexit with reference to reducing protectionism and technical barriers

pdf Fresh Produce Journal (14/06/16) Popular

  • EU takes more southern African citrus
    Larger volume of fruit also shipped to Middle East, North America, Asia and Africa during early part of the season

pdf Fresh Produce Journal (20/04/16) Popular

  • Black spot decision 'unacceptable'
    Copa-Cogeca criticises proposals that it says will weaken import controls to prevent black spot disease in citrus fruit coming into Europe

pdf Fresh Produce Journal (14/04/16) Popular

  • RSA lemon ban not country wide
    South Africa's voluntary diversion of organic lemons away from the EU does not apply to Western and Northern Capes

pdf Fresh Produce Journal (12/04/16) Popular

  • RSA lemon ban a 'diplomatic step'
    Country's decision to stop its own organic lemon shipments to the EU was a gesture of goodwill, says special envoy

pdf Fresh Produce Journal (05/09/14) Popular

  • South Africans continue fight over EU import rules

pdf Fresh Produce Journal (05/09/14) Popular

  • A tale of two hemispheres
    Citrus growing conditions have flourished in the northern hemisphere, yet floundered in the south, while the future looks bright for the category star, easy peelers