A new film which demonstrates in an impressively empathic manner the main aspects of the life and work of organic operators in Ukraine during the great war of 2022.
Product dehydration during the freezing process is a crucial aspect due to its direct impact on product quality and weight.
Welcome to the National Pavilion of Ukraine at BIOFACH 2023.
On July 3-6, 2023, the global blueberry community will come together in Lublin, Poland, for the International Blueberry Organization Summit, the world’s top blueberry industry event.
The value of global blueberry exports is expected to soar over the coming years to reach nearly $3 billion by 2025, according to a USDA report.
The Mexican berry industry is expecting a growth of between eight and 10 percent in 2022, according to a study by Agroberichten Buitenland.
As the world enters a new year, blueberries are back on the menu. Despite not being a popular Christmas food, blueberries are enjoying a boost in sales in many countries as consumers aim for healthier eating habits in 2022, a trend this healthy berry fits right into! Due to its growing popularity year on year, many countries like Peru, China and Chile have seen plantings and production rise, but in some cases the continued delays in transit times has meant the quality of exports has been affected.
Saga Robotics' Thorvald is credited with achieving complete control of powdery mildew on two Kent farms in 2021.
ALTE FOODS processes top export berries in Ukraine. Such berries as raspberries, cranberries, wild elderberries and wild blueberries had been successfully exported to Poland, Belgium and Italy in 2021. Behind the processing stands innovative technologies — IQF Freezing with 1,200 tons of berries production per month using IQF equipment from Octofrost AB.
Whether it’s through mergers, acquisitions or joint ventures, a fast-growing and competitive blueberry environment coupled with unprecedented cheap liquidity means the soft fruit’s consolidation course is set to remain in full swing.
The world’s leading trade fair for global fresh fruit trade is being postponed to 5-7 April 2022.
Blueberry plantations in Serbia have seen explosive growth in the past five years, and have reached 2,500 hectares in acreage, producing more than 6,000 tons of produce, and the acreage is still rapidly growing. Blueberry plantations are large and use the latest technology and practices in both production and trade.