Jana Sutenko joined the IEG Vu team in September 2017 as a News Analyst, focusing on the Meat & Livestock and Dairy markets.
Originally from Lithuania, Jana speaks a number of languages fluently. She has a BA in International Journalism and an MA in International Relations from universities in Liverpool and London, UK and has produced content on a range of subjects across a variety of multimedia platforms.
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Over the last nine seasons, the price for dessert apples in Ukraine fell to a quarter, while the producers say that in the next season they can drop further.
With a rise in global demand for infant milk formula, Russia has become the latest country to invest in domestic production, and reduce import dependency.
Organic produce is in high demand, but as well as it is in the traditional dairy, innovation drives demand too, IEG Vu found out at the Natural & Organic Products Europe this week.
NK-Lotus, a Vladivostok-based agro-holding, has announced it is to invest heavily in vegetable growing to boost the region's self-sufficiency. The aim of the project is to supply the Far East with quality produce, said Oleg Kozhemyako junior, NK-Lotus's main stakeholder and son of the Sakhalin Oblast's governor, where the greenhouses will be located.
Despite the decreasing number of growers, the Netherlands' cultivation of greenhouse vegetables increased by around 36% between 2000-17, according to the country's Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS).
Continuing strong demand from China's "baby boomers" helped boost Danone sales in the first quarter of 2018.