Cristina learnt the basics of journalism as an intern in the press office of the European Parliament, in Brussels (Belgium), where she moved after graduating in International Relations at the University of Bologna. Since then, her hands have never stopped typing on a keyboard reporting for press agencies, newspapers, radio, and TV both in her native Italy and abroad.
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Tomato processing capacity is expected to drop by 13% to 2.09 million pounds per hour following the closure of the Olam and Mizkan America processing and packaging plants.
The Covid-19 pandemic has not halted export of frozen fruit from Ukraine as the country has recorded a 20% increase in volume and 37% in value in the first four months of 2020.
Growers’ organisations project a sharp decline in production due to adverse weather conditions hinting at a price increase, but traders and processors think otherwise.
Chinese production of tomato for processing is expected to recover this season thanks to an increase in the planted area and the restart of processing plants.
The Peruvian food trader and processor, Camposol, reported a year-on-year decline for EBITDA from USD6.3 million to USD3.7 mln, while sales rose by 12.3% to USD63.6 mln.
The California-based tomato giant has announced its intention to increase production for peeled, diced, specialty and roasted products in one of its processing plants.