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ASF in Philippines: First outbreaks confirmed near Manila

This article on African swine fever was originally published on Pig Progress. Click here to read the original article.

Stick to the rules with ag related souvenirs

The Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF) is making a friendly call to all international travellers visiting South Africa during the Easter holidays,...

Sugar tax likely to lead to job losses

This article was originally published on Bizcommunity. Click here to read the original article. The South African sugar industry has come under increased pressure...

Namibia: AMTA suspends cabbage, onion imports

The Agro-Marketing and Trade Agency (AMTA) is to suspend the importation of controlled crops – butternuts, cabbages and onions – between April and August...

Overview of the global orange market

The European orange market is mainly dominated by the massive Spanish production. Prices are low, the demand is limited and there is a lot...

Repeated calls for ban on Brazilian chicken after Salmonella scare

Earlier this month, a major Brazilian producer recalled more than 450 tons of chicken because of a possible threat of salmonella contamination. According to...

Chicken imports hit a new high

Chicken imports reached a record high in 2018, according to an imports report drawn up by the South African Poultry Association (SAPA) based on...

2018 dairy market trends

The MPO recently published the January 2019 issue of Dairy Market Trends with the 2018 industry overview. Milk production Based on figures supplied by Milk SA,...

Government called to act in sugar industry crisis

The South African Cane Growers' Association has expressed its concern and disappointment at the fact that President Cyril Ramaphosa made no mention of the perilous state of...

Overview of global table grape market

The European table grape market has been a challenging environment recently with large volumes of product coming from Peru. German, Dutch and French traders...