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Growth potential in SA table grape industry

Apr 27 2016 17:09

The table grape industry is the ideal partner of government to pursue and achieve certain National Development Plan goals and objectives, says the SA Table Grape Industry.


SA winemakers adopt more holistic approach

Apr 27 2016 16:54

South African winemakers and viticulturists are increasingly committed to a holistic wine growing approach.


Ivory Coast wants to cut child labour in cocoa sector

Apr 27 2016 14:45

"At five years old, I went to work in the fields with my dad. Today, my children go to school," said Peter, a cocoa farmer in Bonikro in the centre of Ivory Coast.


Italy’s favourite pear fast becoming SA’s too

Apr 22 2016 18:20

With each season that Abate Fetel is marketed locally, more and more consumers get to experience the versatile pear.


Distell clears up directors' moves

Apr 18 2016 19:13

Following an about changes in directors at Distell, the company has had some enquiries from stakeholders as to what brought about the changes.


SA wins Indonesia quarantine fruit export approval

Apr 14 2016 12:00

South Africa has won quarantine approval to sell more deciduous fruits and nuts to Indonesia, increasing the export potential for its produce, says industry body.


Growth of GM crops slows for first time in 20 years

Apr 14 2016 11:23

The growth of genetically-modified crops has dipped for the first time following two decades of steady increases, a study shows.

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AB Foods to buy remaining R5.6bn Illovo stake

Apr 08 2016 10:12

Illovo Sugar says its largest shareholder, Associated British Foods, has agreed to buy the remaining stake in the company.


SA citrus growers spend R1bn on disease curbs

Apr 12 2016 18:45

The citrus industry is spending more than R1bn annually to control black-spot disease in fruit from the country, according to the main industry lobby.

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