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A closer look at the global dried prune market

IndexBox has just published a new report, titled World - Dried Prunes - Market Analysis, Forecast, Size, Trends, and Insights. Belowis a...

New anti-dumping duty application for chicken industry

The SA Poultry Association (Sapa) has announced that it has applied for anti-dumping duties on imported chicken from five countries – Brazil,...

Vegetable market in Asia-Pacific to continue robust growth

For the seventh consecutive year, the Asia-Pacific vegetable market recorded growth in sales value, which increased by 2,9% to US$785,6 billion in...

Gauteng is Home Sweet Home to supporting local

The SA Canegrowers’ Association is proud to announce the arrival of its Home Sweet Home campaign in Gauteng, beginning with the flighting...

The legal landscape of dairy product labelling

There is no single regulatory authority for all dairy products in South Africa, which means products are subject to various regulatory authorities....

The South African cattle and sheep market – Part 4: Beef...

The third part of this series focused on the trade indicators and price trends for mutton and lamb. In this article, we...

Transnet hard at work to improve efficiency at Cape Town port...

Wines of South Africa (WoSA), along with Vinpro and Salba, with the assistance of Agri SA, recently engaged in meaningful dialogue with...

Increasing imports could jeopardise the local agricultural economy

Agri SA calls on government to be vigilant around produce imports. Globally, the decline in demand for agricultural produce has resulted in...

New regulation to limit the importation of fruit and vegetables to...

This article was originally published on FreshPlaza. Click here to read the original article. The Namibian Agronomic Board (NAB)...

#AgriMarkets: SA’s agricultural trade surplus expanded in the first quarter of...

The ongoing COVID-19 crisis has brought uncertainty in global trade because of disruptions in supply chains and weakening demand. South Africa’s agricultural...