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Ebola outbreak hits Thai rice exporters

Sep 01 2014 08:52

Rice exporters in Thailand fear that the ebola pandemic will negatively affect rice prices as ships refuse to sail to ports in the afflicted countries.


Local brandy producers lift their game

Aug 28 2014 11:30

SA drinkers can raise their glasses in appreciation of quality after the Wine and Spirits Board legislated revisions to the definitions of premium brandy.


Investors pile into Australia's dairy sector

Aug 28 2014 09:42

A tiny financial services firm on the Sydney bourse has unveiled plans to sell shares as it re-lists as a dairy company.


Coega gets R2bn aqua farming project

Aug 25 2014 10:44

The Coega Development Corporation plans the development of a R2bn aqua farming facility in the Coega Industrial Development Zone in Port Elizabeth.


France cheers better wine harvest for 2014

Aug 22 2014 13:00

France will produce around six billion bottles of wine this year, a more successful harvest than in recent years.


SA maize estimate little changed - survey

Aug 22 2014 11:30

South Africa is likely to slightly raise its 2014 maize output forecast, as traders expect no surprises before the end of the season.


France imports wheat because of poor crop

Aug 21 2014 15:45

France has imported milling wheat to mix with its poor quality, rain-soaked crop in order to reach quality required under contracts signed before the harvest.


Case study highlights Tru-Cape success

Aug 19 2014 17:14

Tru-Cape Fruit Marketing has grown its turnover by a significant margin and extended its global footprint, shows a case study.


SA's Chenin Blanc seeps onto world stage

Aug 19 2014 16:45

Chenin Blanc, the most widely planted grape in South Africa, is now gaining an appreciation around the globe.


US sees record global wheat crop

Aug 13 2014 09:01

Global food supply expectations have received a boost as the US department of agriculture forecast a record global wheat crop.



Philip Morris ready to sue over plain packaging

Aug 12 2014 17:01

Philip Morris, the world's largest tobacco company, is prepared to sue the British government should it implement a law requiring plain packaging of cigarettes.


Brazilian bid challenges big banana merger

Aug 12 2014 10:45

Two Brazilian companies have made a $611m offer for US banana giant Chiquita Monday that could derail Chiquita's merger with European rival Fyffes.

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