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Julian Gale

Deputy Editor

London
Julian has been a specialist commodities reporter with Informa since 2001, covering many of the key agricultural commodities. He currently reports on the global dried fruit and nut, spices and exotics market sectors for IEG Vu.

Major broadcasters, including the BBC, have called on him a number of times to provide expert comment on the markets in radio interviews.

He has extensive experience in business journalism, having previously worked for trade magazine publisher and exhibitions organiser Miller Freeman. He is a BA Honours graduate in Radio, Film and Television.
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US almond crop size expected to be clearer in coming weeks

The October position report from the Almond Board of California showed that year-to-date crop receipts reached 1.590 billion pounds, 37 million lbs higher than the same time last year.

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US pecan producers keen to boost exports

US pecan exports totalled 113.65 million pounds from September 2018 to August 2019, data from the American Pecan Council (APC) shows.

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US almond shipments edging ahead

Californian almond shipments for the first three months of the current season (2019/20) are running nearly 7% ahead of those reached in the same period of 2018/19, despite a decline in domestic shipments last month.

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US peanut harvest almost complete in most states

The USDA’s latest update on the US peanut crop showed that 89% of the crop was harvested across the eight main producing states, up from 80% a year ago and the five-year average of 85%.

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Drought continues to hamper Argentine peanut plantings

The lack of significant and widespread rains continues to hinder the progress of planting in some parts of the Argentine peanut area.

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Tight supply of dried apple set to continue

The first shipments of Chinese apples – with some delays – are on the water and will arrive in an almost empty market.

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