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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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Chilean fresh blueberry market still gloomy

Larger volumes to be shipped are yet to come and the market is fed with less supply than desirable from Chile, the Chilean blueberry committee (CBC) stated in its latest report.

Fresh Berries Chile

US frozen broccoli and corn prices stable despite shortage

Prices for November remained stable despite the shortage of frozen broccoli and sweet corn recorded in the US, the Food Institute reported.

Frozen Foods Price

European organisation submits complaint against Italian food labelling

FoodDrinkEurope, representing the interests of the European food industry, has filed an official complaint to the European Commission against the adoption in Italy of a decree obliging processors to indicate the country of origin of the raw material for all tomato products, pasta and rice.

Italy Europe

Camposol wins Good Labour Practices award 2017

The Peruvian fruit grower, packer and processor won the first prize in the latest edition of the Award for Good Labour Practices 2017, granted by the Ministry of Labour and Employment Promotion (MTPE) to companies committed to the defence, respect, and promotion of the fundamental rights of workers
Camposol Peru

Italian tomato products strong on the Australian market

Processed tomatoes lead the ranks of the most appreciated Italian product in Australia where in the last 12 months 5.7 million families have purchased Italian products, research from Nielsen published in November states.

Demand Canned Tomatoes

Less raspberry in the US this season

The USA's largest producer of raspberry for processing, the state of Washington, has harvested 69.9 million lbs of raspberry this year about 8.8% less that the bumper crop of 2016 when the state totalled 76.75 mln lbs, the Washington Red Raspberry Commission stated.

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