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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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Cold snap to hinder Spanish artichoke canners operations

Two consecutive overnight frosts on January 10 and 11 hit artichoke growing areas in Spain – among other vegetable crops, such as lettuce and broccoli – driving raw material auction prices to a modest increase.

Europe Spain

Aldi UK signs contract with US-based seafood canner

Aldi is the latest supermarket chain in the UK to put US-based Wild Planet’s canned tuna on its shelves, Ted Horton from the European agency TradeScope confirmed to IEG Vu on January 17.

United Kingdom Canned & Tomato Products

Organic food gaining momentum at Fruit Logistica

The Convenience and Organic Routes are two visitor tools available at this year’s trade show Fruit Logistica held in Berlin, Germany, between February 6 and 8.

Europe International

Spanish wine production highest in five years

The Spanish wine 2018/19 season’s production is said to be 38.6% higher than the previous one and 11.5% above the last five-years average, according to the latest estimates announced by the agriculture ministry on January 16.

Europe Spain

Princes' profits down by a fifth despite positive sales revenue

The UK-based food and drinks group Princes Limited, owned by Japanese conglomerate Mitsubishi Corporation, saw profit decreases impacted by a higher exchange rate risk, raw material price pressures and impairment charges from the refinement of its manufacturing sites undertaken this year, but total revenue was 6.6% up.

Europe United Kingdom

Greek canned peach trade close to 2015 volumes

Customs data shows Greek canned peach shipments in H1 2018 were 119,200 tonnes, 40.0% higher than those of the same period in the previous year, benefiting from more raw material destined for canning that reached 291,000 tonnes in July 2017 (similar to that of 2014).

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