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Agricultures Hot Issues for 2020

  The support of our agricultural industries is very crucial, especially at this time of the pandemic. It would be difficult to endure these trying times if the farmers decrease their farming time and system. However, the change in the agricultural system is inevitable. To understand the factors that affect these changes, we give you […]

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Agriculture News from Week 42

  New Zealand Emissions testing on farms could push case for electric motorbikes and machinery Pressure on farmers to record and reduce greenhouse gas emissions could ultimately fuel demand for electric powered motorbikes, tractors and other farm machinery. Fonterra farmers are reading through the detail of their first greenhouse gas emissions profile, issued mid-October. The […]

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Unpredictable impact of USDA in the market

2020 has brought many surprises with it as the United States Department of Agriculture also shared its findings in the last week as US Grain Stocks Report. Traders were expecting small numbers but the United States Department of Agriculture had other ideas about soybean, corn, and wheat supplies. By the end of 2019-20, old crop […]

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Eco-friendly Packaging

Eco-friendly Packaging There is an increasing awareness among consumers in some regions of the ill effects of plastic packaging on health, which has increased demand for eco-friendly products in the last few years. Eco-friendly food packaging is packaging made from sustainable, renewable, or often biodegradable materials, that do not cause any harm to the environment […]

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Global Chickpea Market Update

According to recent research, the global chickpeas market reached a volume of 12.7 Million Tons in 2019 and is forecasted to grow in value at a compound annual growth rate of 5.1% between 2020 and 2030, exceeding a valuation of US$142.4 million. The growth rate consist of the dry processing which is projected to account […]

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Stability, development, and sustainability in the International Finance Market

Since the outbreak of the coronavirus, millions of people are still suffering from contagious diseases. Countries have been struggling with economic fallouts. Old people are at higher risk because of the higher mortality rate. Those in their mid-’20s and ’30s are at a greater disadvantage in terms of wealth accumulation and health. A survey conducted […]

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Agriculture News from Week 41

  New Zealand Venture Taranaki trying to help the region’s landowners branch out and diversify If you live in Taranaki with some spare land you’re not sure what to do with, the region’s development agency is suggesting giving kiwifruit a grow. A new Venture Taranaki initiative called Branching Out aims to broaden the region’s food […]

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European Organic Raspberries

  European Organic Raspberries With the recently exposed scam on food safety controls being dodged, in the latest case where Chinese Raspberries where being sold as Premium Chilean grown, and fake organic certificates being used, it shows the importance of our QA Team’s persistent work across the globe. This has always been one of our […]

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Certified Organic White Quinoa

We have great availability and pricing on Organic White Quinoa from Bolivia. Our connection with the farmers, coupled with on-site operation control, allows us to have close monitoring of every stage of the quinoa production process from cultivation to processing and even up to final delivery. Every stage adheres to the best standard practices. Our Certified […]

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European Milled Cassava Flour

We have great availability of Organic and Conventional Cassava flour, milled in fully certified facilities, available in the mesh/micron size of your preference. Our cassava is grown in small pesticide free and ecological farms from different regions around the world.  AVAILABILITY As we know, Covid-19 has caused disruptions in the food supply chain, however Tradelink […]

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Agriculture News from Week 40

  New Zealand Is pay the problem? How much in-demand orchard workers really earn As the horticulture industry struggles to fill thousands of jobs, one agricultural worker has opened his books to show what people are really earning from pruning and picking fruit. The industry says it is facing the critical worker shortage due to […]

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Agriculture News from Week 39

  New Zealand Here’s how New Zealand is helping spread smart pest management OPINION: The world’s population is projected to reach 9.8 billion by 2050, which means an extra two billion mouths to feed. The limited resources we have on the planet need to be utilised sustainably to maximise the quality and quantity of food. […]

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