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Vladimir Pekic

Vladimir Pekic is a freelance journalist who writes for both IEG Policy and IEG Vu. He has many years’ experience covering a wide range of agri-food and commodity topics across Europe and Latin America.

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Portugal set to ban plastic packaging on fruit and vegetables

The Portuguese parliament has voted to end the distribution of plastic bags and disposable non-renewable containers for food products such as fruits and vegetables in shops selling these groceries.

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Serbian raspberry prices decline on increased offerings

Raspberry prices across Serbia right now range from RSD140 (USD1.33) per kilo to RSD190/kg, according to Serbia’s Association of Raspberry and Blackberry Growers.

Europe Frozen Foods

Chilean milk prices increase as supplies drop

Chile’s raw milk production and inventories of UHT milk, WMP and cheese are on a downward trend in 2019, with raw milk prices steadily increasing since the start of the year.

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Brazil set to maintain output of açaí berry

The start of the 2019 harvest was delayed until August because of intense rainfall in northern Brazil at the end of the first half of this year.

Brazil Fresh Fruit & Vegetables

Portugal votes for plastic packaging ban on fruit, vegetables and bread

The Portuguese parliament has voted to end the distribution of plastic bags and disposable non-renewable containers for food products such as bread, fruits and vegetables in shops selling these groceries.

European Food Law Portugal

Nicaragua’s peanut planted area set for possible decline

Nicaragua’s peanut sector could see a lower acreage sown with the crop because of discouraging effects of fiscal reforms pursued by the government of president Daniel Ortega.

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