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100 Million bacterial cells per apple all for your benefit

In today’s quick-fix health economy where we want instant solutions to a myriad of lifestyle-related complaints, it is good news to...

Deciduous fruit: The when and where of SA production

Deciduous fruit refer to the fruit of trees, shrubs and vines that lose their leaves during winter. The deciduous fruit industry includes...

Ceres growers visit Sutherland to support drought-hit farmers

Forty-five farm workers from Ceres made the journey to Sutherland on 25 May this year in a show of support to the...

A drip a day, keeps the apple okay

In a 2018 study by the CSIR, focussing on the water use and requirements of apples trees, research team leader, Dr Sebinasi Dzikiti,...

Company’s Garden reclaims a piece of its history

The return of the first apple tree planted in the iconic Company’s Garden in the late 1650s is a remarkable story, made possible through...

World’s first commercial robotic apple harvest

In a world-first, T&G Global is using a robotic harvester for a commercial apple harvest, reflecting the company’s commitment to innovation-led growth. The robotic...

Apple production to consist of club varieties

Spanish company Nufri currently produces about 80 million kilos of apples, including three club varieties: Opal, Envy and Evelina. Jacky Feniello, commercial director of...

Global apple and pear production show slight increases

According to tradition, the World Apple and Pear Association (WAPA) held its annual general meeting on 8 February, the last day of the Fruit...

Farm fare: Homemade apple chutney

In a recent press release by Tru-Cape Fruit Marketing, the quality assurance manager, Henk Griessel, shared tips on who consumers can keep fruit fresh...

Apple bake with mixed spice and Rooibos

The month of November is recognised around the world as Diabetes Awareness Month, which focusses on raising public consciousness of the signs and symptoms,...