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Julian Gale

Deputy Editor

London
Julian has been a specialist commodities reporter with Informa since 2001, covering many of the key agricultural commodities. He currently reports on the global dried fruit and nut, spices and exotics market sectors for IEG Vu.

Major broadcasters, including the BBC, have called on him a number of times to provide expert comment on the markets in radio interviews.

He has extensive experience in business journalism, having previously worked for trade magazine publisher and exhibitions organiser Miller Freeman. He is a BA Honours graduate in Radio, Film and Television.
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Subdued tone in global pepper market

The international pepper market has been relatively quiet in recent weeks, with only limited trading activity, European traders report.

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Steady growth expected in world walnut market

The global walnut market is expected to expand at a CAGR of around 4.5% over the coming years to reach a total market size of USD9.5 billion by 2027, according to a study from Kenneth Research.

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Blue Diamond completes Salida facility

Blue Diamond Growers announced on Wednesday the official grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony of its new 52,000 sq.ft, energy-saving manufacturing facility in Salida, California.

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Demand underpins hazelnut market

Turkish hazelnut packers claim to be 70-80% booked up with new crop material up to mid-October, Dutch broker QFN Trading & Agency noted in a report on Tuesday.

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Almonds retain leading position for nut introductions in Europe

Data published in the latest Global New Product Introductions report from Innova Market Insights reveals that almonds remain the most popular nut in new product introductions across Europe.

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Peanut harvest gets under way

US peanut farmers have started harvesting the 2019 crop, more than half of which is rated as being in good condition.

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