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Neil Murray

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Neil Murray has been working for Informa since September 2001. He originally trained as a lawyer, studying at the universities of Sussex and Grenoble (France), and then the College of Law, but gave it up to become a journalist.

Prior to joining Foodnews, he spent 10 years as editor of a frozen foods industry title, and has also edited a logistics magazine, a commercial vehicle journal (for which he had to get his truck driver’s licence), a motorcycle industry title, and a market-leading consumer ski magazine.

His core area of expertise on IEG Vu is the global market for fruit juices and concentrates.
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Poland may turn attention to NFC apple juice

AJC processing has, to all intents and purposes, ended in Poland. Processors say they may do some late-season processing in March or April, but that is entirely dependent on whether the country’s apple farmers and brokers open the coldstore doors
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France should step up organic food production, credit insurer says

Farmers need to boost organic food production in France to meet fast-growing demand or consumers will turn to imports at the expense of some environmental benefits, according to credit insurer Coface.
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Call for more French organic food production

Farmers need to boost organic food production in France to meet fast-growing demand or consumers will turn to imports at the expense of some environmental benefits, according to credit insurer Coface.

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Australians shun carbonated soft drinks

The carbonated soft drink (CSD) sector in Australia is expected to decline by over 2% this year, due to continued pressure amid consumer concerns about sugar, a new report from Mintel states.

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USDA predicts decline in Israeli orange juice

The USDA, in its latest report, forecasts that Israeli orange juice production will slowly reduce as the country’s consumers (most of its juice is sold domestically) switch to freshly squeezed juice, via squeezing machines in shops, stores and juice bars.

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EC investigating citric acid from Cambodia

The European Commission is initiating a circumvention investigation (under Regulation (EU) No 2017/2300 OJ ref. L329) concerning citric acid and making imports of the product, consigned from Cambodia whether or not originating there, subject to registration.

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