Afrucat works to open the Mexican market to the Catalan stone fruit

The technical team of Afrucat this morning accompanied a group of Mexican inspectors to different fields of Baix Segrià to analyze the feasibility of opening the Mexican market to the Catalan stone fruit. This initiative is the result of the joint work of the Association with the Spanish Ministry of Agriculture and the Department of Agriculture of the Generalitat and accelerated thanks to a reverse mission organized by Prodeca this year.

FEPEX transfers to the Minister a proposal to meet the challenges of the fruit and vegetable sector

FEPEX has transmitted to the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Luis Planas, the main challenges of the fruit and vegetable sector, which includes the exit of the United Kingdom from the EU, third Spanish export market; the application of the CMO in Spain, and the insecurity over the supply of water resources in the main producing regions, proposing a set of measures with specific actions to modernize the farms, which will improve the competitiveness of the sector.

Ecuador exports 92% of its mango to the United States

As part of the promotion of the fruit, Fundación Mango Ecuador prepares the International Mango Congress for the seventh time in the country. Johnny Jara, executive director of the foundation, addressed the media explaining the benefits of the crop, and the importance of this event for foreigners and locals.

The Minister of Agriculture meets with Fruits to know the workforce of the association

The Minister of Agriculture of the Generalitat, Teresa Jordà, met with a representative of the Board of Afrucat to learn first hand the work of the association in terms of market monitoring, promotion and internationalization.

The EU will adjust the tariff quotas for beef and veal by the Brexit

The Commission has presented a proposal for a Council Regulation authorizing the opening of negotiations on the distribution of the European Union tariff quotas included in the calendar of the World Trade Organization (WTO).

The General Director of Community Agrarian Policy visits the Valle del Jerte Cooperatives Association

The new Director General of the CAP, Javier Gonzalo, was interested in the complicated situation of the sector in this campaign in a visit in which he toured the new expansion and improvements made in the facilities. He was accompanied by the Chief of the Agroindustrial Incentives Service, Jesús M. Pérez Durán, the Chief of the Agrarian Industrial Promotion Section, Rafael Ayllón Lomas, the president of the AC Valle del Jerte, Emilio Sánchez, and the Association's technicians.

The Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries receives several representatives of the cerecero sector

Fernando Miranda, general secretary of Agriculture and Food, and the CEOs of ENESA and Productions and Markets, received the representatives of the cerecero sector yesterday to listen to their demands. The meeting was attended by several members of the Association of Cooperatives, headed by its president, Emilio Sanchez, as well as Ernesto Agundiez, president of the Commonwealth, and also were accompanied by the general director of Agriculture and Livestock of the Junta de Extremadura, Antonio Cabezas .

ASEDAS analyzes the profile of the seasonal consumer

The supermarkets of the companies of ASEDAS, Spanish Association of Distributors, Supermarkets and Supermarkets, located in places of the Spanish coast and in tourist mountain areas can reach between 15 and 30 percent of the total of establishments according to the different brands. . Many of them are called "seasonal stores", which serve a large floating population concentrated in holiday seasons and with very specific needs for food and hygiene products.

Guayaquil prepares the VII International Mango Congress

The Ecuadorian mango will once again be the center of attention this August. Guayaquil will receive for the seventh time the best experts worldwide at the International Congress of Mango, an event that aims to present the latest technological advances in the production of fruit.

Fecoam considers vital the maintenance of the Tajo-Segura Transfer for the survival of the regional agriculture

The Federation of Agricultural Cooperatives of Murcia (Fecoam) reminds the administration that "the agriculture of the Region depends largely on the water resources coming from infrastructures such as the Tajo-Segura", given the situation of the river's deficit basin Safe.