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Cristina Nanni

Market Reporter

London
Cristina Nanni joined the Informa editorial team in 2016 as a specialist reporter focusing on tomato-based products, frozen fruit, and vegetables. In this role she monitors and analyses the main commodities in these sectors, identifying market trends and their possible impacts on producers and buyers.

Cristina learnt the basics of journalism as an intern in the press office of the European Parliament, in Brussels (Belgium), where she moved after graduating in International Relations at the University of Bologna. Since then, her hands have never stopped typing on a keyboard reporting for press agencies, newspapers, radio, and TV both in her native Italy and abroad.

Latest From Cristina Nanni

Special report: COVID-19 impact on the European potato market

Despite the increased demand from retail, the pandemic’s adverse effects are likely to affect the European potato industry until 2021, as growers cannot readjust the coming crop to the changed market scenario.

EU International

Vegan startup launches frozen meal delivery service

Europe United Kingdom

Italian pea season at the starting line

Vegetable and fruit processor Conserve Italia has announced the start of the pea harvest in the north of Italy, where the cooperative is operating amid uncertainty caused by drought and Covid-19.  

Europe Italy

Australian potato growers worried by glut of European product

Australian potato growers are calculating if there are the conditions to trigger anti-dumping measures in order to contain the potential flood of European frozen French fries entering their markets.

Australia Frozen Foods

Special report: Covid-19 effects on the European potato market

Despite the increased demand from the retail, the pandemic’s adverse effects are likely to affect the European potato industry until 2021 as growers could not readjust the coming crop to the changed market scenario.

Europe Fresh Fruit & Vegetables

High demand for blueberry keeps prices for fresh up

The increase in fresh and processed blueberry sales recorded across the US are contributing to keep prices high, according to a recent report from the North America Blueberry Council (NABC).

United States Fresh Fruit & Vegetables
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