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Cristina Nanni

Market Reporter

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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New funds for Canadian wild blueberry

The Canadian minister of agriculture has announced the deployment of CAD800,000 (USD601,720) to support the honey bee sector in Atlantic Canada to help pollinating wild blueberries in the region.

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Higher cherry production in Turkey

First projections for the 2019/20 marketing year peg the country’s total sweet and sour cherry production 41,000 tonnes above last season’s level. Increases are expected also for volumes earmarked for processing.

Turkey Production

Argentine tomato processor shuts processing plant

The Arcor group has announced the closure of its tomato paste plant in Río Negro, which was the last factory of this kind left in the Central Valley.

Production Tomato Paste

No tariff retaliation aid for Maine's wild blueberry growers

The USDA has not included Maine wild blueberry sector in a federal programme aiming to support all the agricultural sectors affected by China’s retaliatory tariffs.

Trade Disputes Frozen Blueberries

Rosy outlook for Portuguese tomato season

Portugal is expected to have a good tomato crop with a 10% increase in yield, according to the latest projections released by the country’s National Statistics Institute (INE).

Canned & Tomato Products Production

Danone to buy more frozen strawberry from Mexico

The food giant has started a programme with Grupo Altex in order to increase its supply of Mexican strawberry from the current 12% to 50% of its global demand.

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