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Covid-19: Indian processed mango shipments likely to be delayed

Deliveries from India of Totapuri mango concentrate (TMC), Totapuri purée (TMP) and Alphonso purée (AMP) have halted due to the Covid-19 catastrophe.

Coronavirus India Beverages

Special Report: Fraud in the organic market

Organic grocery market data in key importers such as central European markets (Germany, Switzerland or Denmark) and the US is starting to reveal some signs of landing on a ‘mature scenario’, with problems such as flat prices or fraud, similar to the conventional industry.

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Juices

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Philippines’ regulator approves Korean purchase of PepsiCo operation

The Philippine Competition Commission regulator said that the transaction is not likely to result in a substantial lessening of competition, noting that there are competitive constraints from other participants in the carbonated soft drinks, non-carbonated beverage, and bottled water markets.

South Korea Commercial

Good quality processed mango from India – if it can be shipped

India Beverages

Coronavirus: US apple juice concentrate buyers are turning to Europe

Polish AJC exports look like enjoying a late surge as US buyers of AJC find that in order to satisfy their end users, they need product quickly.

Poland United States

Coronavirus: Thailand’s pineapple harvest starts three weeks early

Thai pineapple processing plants are receiving fruit that is small and unripe, which will jeopardise the quality and efficiency of both canned and juice production.

Thailand Beverages

Georgian producer reports faltering demand for canned fruits and vegetables

Georgian demand for canned fruits and vegetables has reportedly fallen significantly due to a change in the general consumption structure amid Covid-19, says largest producer Kula.

Coronavirus Canned Apricots

Covid-19: Spanish retailer partners with grocery delivery service to strengthen online service

The Spanish retailer DIA has reached a deal with the takeaway delivery company Glovo to strengthen its online channel due to its sharp rise in sales during the lockdown to stop the spread of Covid-19. 

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Purees

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Covid-19: Spanish retailer partners with grocery delivery service to strengthen online service

The Spanish retailer DIA has reached a deal with the takeaway delivery company Glovo to strengthen its online channel due to its sharp rise in sales during the lockdown to stop the spread of Covid-19. 

Coronavirus Spain

Covid-19: Italian farmers mobilise equipment to clean country’s streets

Italy’s Confederazione Nazionale Coltivatori Diretti (Coldiretti), the largest association representing and assisting Italian agriculture, has said that farming machinery belonging to its members is being mobilised voluntarily throughout Italy to sanitise streets and squares. 

Coronavirus Italy

Italy moves to protect agri-food exports amid Covid-19 outbreak

Italy is putting into place a plan to protect its revenue from agri-food exports that were worth a combined EUR44.6 billion (USD48.8 bln) in 2019, with the aim of tackling a wide range of unexpected Covid-19 related obstacles and other challenges that the Italian food industry needs to address in order to facilitate exports. 

Tomato Paste Italy

UK supermarkets impose restrictions to control stockpiling

Supermarket chains across the UK are imposing restrictions on purchases, prioritising elderly customers and recruiting more staff in response to increased demand on their services caused by people stockpiling food amid the COVID-19 outbreak.

Coronavirus United Kingdom

Italy moves to protect agri-food exports amid COVID-19 outbreak

Italy is putting into place a plan to protect its revenue from agri-food exports that were worth a combined EUR44.6 billion in 2019, with the aim of tackling a wide range of unexpected COVID-19 related obstacles and other challenges that the Italian food industry needs to address in order to facilitate exports.

Europe Italy

Spanish retailer DIA’s shares experience a strong hiccup due to coronavirus epidemic

Spain’s retailer Dia, listed on the Madrid exchange and one of the largest in the country, with stores in Brazil and Argentina, is enjoying a strong rise in its share value due to explosive demand in the Madrid area due to the Covid-19 epidemic.

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Soft Drinks

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Philippines’ regulator approves Korean purchase of PepsiCo operation

The Philippine Competition Commission regulator said that the transaction is not likely to result in a substantial lessening of competition, noting that there are competitive constraints from other participants in the carbonated soft drinks, non-carbonated beverage, and bottled water markets.

South Korea Commercial

Coronavirus: Vietnamese consumers stock up on convenience foods and hygiene products

The Covid-19 outbreak has hit fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) businesses but not all categories and retailers will suffer negative impacts, according to a new report.

Vietnam Beverages

Coronavirus: non-alcoholic drinks could shift more towards in-home consumption

Supermarkets around the world are seeing record sales as consumers stock up on ‘essentials.’ Growth is particularly strong for ‘healthier’ beverages, such as water, isotonics, coffee, and tea, according to a new report.

International Beverages

Coronavirus: Soft drinks companies start to count the financial damage

In the UK, AG Barr has delayed the publication of its results for the financial year ended January 25, after the UK Financial Conduct Authority requested companies to delay publishing their statements.

International Beverages

Polish business group wants suspension of sugar tax and Sunday shopping ban

Poland’s National Chamber of Commerce (KIG) has unveiled proposals designed to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 spread on the country’s economy. Among others, the business association is calling on the Polish government to suspend the Sunday shopping ban, and the so-called ‘sugar tax' that should enter into force on 1 July 2020.

Poland Beverages

Italy moves to protect agri-food exports amid COVID-19 outbreak

Italy is putting into place a plan to protect its revenue from agri-food exports that were worth a combined EUR44.6 billion in 2019, with the aim of tackling a wide range of unexpected COVID-19 related obstacles and other challenges that the Italian food industry needs to address in order to facilitate exports.

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