TRADELINK FOOD UPDATES DECEMBER 2021
Our Message to You
As 2021 draws to a close, we would like to thank you for your continued support and partnership through another unprecedented year! It has been a year for all of us where the spotlight shone brighter than ever on the importance of commitment and diligence.
But none of this would have been possible without you. Please click on the image below to hear our business message.
On behalf of the Tradelink Group, best wishes for the Holiday Season and for the New Year. We look forward to working together in 2022.
What to Expect in Agriculture in 2022: Part 1
The Covid-19 impact on the global agriculture sector has been and is still a challenge in facing the industry in the coming years. Despite the challenges and uncertainty in the workforce, natural calamities, fertilizers, farm equipment, government policies, and volatile markets, agricultural producers are still hopeful for a promising industry in 2022.
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3)Peruvian Blueberries threatens US produce
4)WA harvest to be a record 22.1 million tonnes
5) A focus on products
Oats Market Report
Import and Export of Oats
Ancient Grain Global Market
What to Expect in Agriculture in 2022: Part 2
Agriculture Trends in 2022
Researchers and scientists are continuously studying technologies and offering advanced methodologies in the agriculture sector to meet the increasing demands of sustainability.
From 2022 onwards, farmers will no longer monitor their fields the conventional way, which requires intense physical labor, additional equipment, and time. Sensor-based devices, like the Internet of things (IoT) Sensor Stations, are now introduced in the United States to automatically collect data and accurately present information through mobile applications.
Trend-driven innovation opportunities for 2021: Episode 8
Virtual cooking classes are a blazing trend of 2021, which is partly related to the meal kit boom, as many chefs recorded short video tutorials on how to finish dishes at home, which developed into full-scale, live, paid-for cooking classes. Whether you are looking to make Japanese, Italian, Chinese or master authentic Indian food, there’s a class for every interest and level of expertise.
Chefs and cooking bloggers host scheduled or impromptu cooking classes on Instagram, a platform that allows followers to interact with the host in an informal setting. Scheduled classes generally come with a fee. In return, you can ask questions in a more intimate setting....Read More
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