Prior to joining Foodnews, he spent 10 years as editor of a frozen foods industry title, and has also edited a logistics magazine, a commercial vehicle journal (for which he had to get his truck driver’s licence), a motorcycle industry title, and a market-leading consumer ski magazine.
His core area of expertise on IEG Vu is the global market for fruit juices and concentrates.
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Turkish sweet AJC is being offered in Europe at a reported EUR1.35 per kilo, equivalent to USD1,525 per tonne cfr main European ports.
The producer price index (PPI) for all commodities fell 1.7% in January from the prior month but still grew 0.4% from the previous year.
Argentina should produce 1.6 million tonnes of lemons in the 2018/19 seas (which is the same as the calendar year), 100,000 tonnes more than last year. Fresh lemon exports are forecast to increase to 290,000 tonnes from 265,000 tonnes.
In an action that is likely to send ripples of fear through the Chinese fruit juice industry, the privately-owned China Huiyuan Juice Group has failed to repay a HKD1.0 billion (USD128 million) convertible bond that has become due.
Available from the middle of March, Capri-Sun Cherry will be available in a 330ml re-sealable pouch and will feature a new safety cap. According to CCEP, cherry is the fastest growing flavour in the UK soft drinks sector, with sales up by GBP17.0 million (USD21.9 mln) last year.
China exported just 21,108 tonnes of AJC in December 2018, compared with nearly 90,800 tonnes in the previous December. This is a catastrophic decline.