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Eurofruit 2013


pdf Eurofruit (06/12/13)  Published Popular

  • RSA produce industry joins Mandela mourning
    South African fruit industry joins in mourning for 'Madiba' as the country comes to grips with the passing of the legendary statesman

pdf Eurofruit (29/11/13)  Published Popular

  • South Africa reacts to citrus ban
    South African citrus industry expresses disappointment with EU move to ban imports

pdf Eurofruit (29/11/13)  Published Popular

  • Growers want ban on RSA citrus in 2014
    Head of EU agricultural group Copa-Cogeca calls on EC to apply its South Africa black spot ban to next season's crop

pdf Eurofruit (28/11/13)  Published Popular

  • Europe bars South African citrus
    Pending a study by the EFSA, the EC has moved to limit any possible risk of citrus black spot establishing itself in the EU

pdf Eurofruit (15/11/13)  Published Popular

  • CGA laments ups downs
    Record 2013 South African citrus export volumes continue to grow, with latest figures pointing to a 113m carton crop

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  • New Cape strike declared unlawful
    Labour union ordered away from four farms operated by Le Roux Group, a major exporter of plums, citrus and grapes

pdf Eurofruit (29/10/13)  Published Popular

  • Report rubbishes EFSA citrus claims
    Leading authorities on citrus black spot suggest disease poses no threat to EU's own production

pdf Eurofruit (28/10/13)  Published Popular

  • South African citrus still in spot of bother
    European Commission could still suspend imports from the country but will look to resolve issue during off season

pdf Eurofruit (21/10/13)  Published Popular

  • Record citrus crop on the rise
    South Africa's citrus export crop forecast has risen to above 112m cartons as the 2013 harvest continues to grow

pdf Eurofruit (16/08/13)  Published Popular

  • Congestion concerns for RSA citrus
    Exporters reportedly less inclined to ship fruit via Durban as a result of reported slow shipments through the port