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Cristina Nanni

Market Reporter

London
Cristina Nanni joined the Informa editorial team in 2016 as a specialist reporter focusing on tomato-based products, frozen fruit, and vegetables. In this role she monitors and analyses the main commodities in these sectors, identifying market trends and their possible impacts on producers and buyers.

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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Weather delays north Italian tomato transplanting

Tomato transplanting operations came to a halt in the north of Italy due to continued rain in the month of May, according to some reports from fields.
Canned Tomatoes Weather

Millennials heat up the frozen food market

A new generation of consumers has marked the revival of frozen food demand  as sales in the US increased for the first time after five years.

Demand Frozen Foods

Early start of the season for Bulgarian pea

Sowing operations for pea and other spring crops in Bulgaria are moving at a faster pace than usual due to the high temperatures recorded in May.
Fresh Peas Production

Frozen broccoli recalled in the US

Giant Food Stores has voluntarily recalled private label frozen broccoli that tested positive for Listeria.
United States Frozen Foods

Drastic decline in Polish rhubarb price

Sky-high prices of rhubarb were the thorn in the side of the frozen and juice industry in 2017, but first market quotations reveal a 26% fall in prices for the starting season.

Frozen Foods Price

Double-digit growth for Chilean frozen food

Shipments of Chilean frozen products increased by 25% in volume and 26% in value compared with a year ago. At the same time, demand for canned food and juices declined by 6.5% and 5.9%, respectively.
Frozen Foods Exports
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