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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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Thai pineapple canner introduces aloe vera drinks to Europe

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Mango season due to start in Thailand

Thai mango harvesting resumes in April, with raw material output and prices expected at normal levels by the canning industry.

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Thai pineapple canneries struggle with scarce raw material

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Canned fish market growth to outpace chilled

The value of the global self-stable (canned) fish market will reach USD30.3 billion in 2019, , according to Thai Union estimates, with growth expected to increase by 4.5% over the next few years.

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