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Estela Cuesta

Estela is IEG Vu’s specialist reporter on canned foods, covering the markets for a range of products including canned fruits, vegetables, fish and meat.

Originally hailing from the small town of Pastrana in central Spain, Estela studied at the Complutense University of Madrid and worked as a local news reporter before moving to London in 2012. Her interests include photography, video editing and international relations.
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Alaskan sockeye ex-vessel price to equal last year’s despite record harvest

For all species, the amount paid to Alaskan salmon fishermen this season is said to be either comparable or higher than those of 2017.

US States Canned & Tomato Products

Russian North Caucasian company to expand into vegetable canning

The Republic of Ingushetia-based agricultural cooperative Sunzha Favorit is planning to launch vegetable canning operations by summer 2019.

Russian Federation Investments

Princes plans canning site investments amid other closures in the UK

The company’s existing premises in Long Sutton, Lincolnshire, will be demolished and replaced with a new plant over an area of 18,965 m². The new building will include a raw material warehouse and an ingredients processing centre, among other manufacturing spaces.

International Europe

Manta’s prices impact skipjack raw material general downtrend

The current price for skipjack raw material landed in Manta’s market is USD300 lower than that of last month.

International Ecuador

Oceana to strengthen in African canned fish domestic market

The South Africa-based sardines canner Lucky Star, owned by fishing giant Oceana, increased sales volume by 4.9% to around 8.8 million cartons this financial year, thanks to a “strong domestic demand,” the group announced in its 2018 financial results.

Middle East and Africa South Africa

Spain starts canning satsumas

The Spanish mandarin crop is expected to be higher than last year’s, when bad weather conditions in key growing region Valencia led to loses of around 300,000 tonnes.

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