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Mediterranean Supplement: Will Greek currant producers turn crisis to their advantage?

The Greek currant industry looks to be in crisis, due to a very disappointing crop in 2017. However, it is hoped that the country’s currant producers will see this as an opportunity to boost their marketing efforts when it comes to selling material from their next crop later this year.

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