171015_Naranja de Valencia

The collective brand "Naranja de Valencia" successfully opens its way to the Spanish and European Distribution Lines

During the 2016/2017 campaign, the brands ORANGE DE VALENCIA and MANDARINA DE VALENCIA, registered by the Regulatory Council IGP Cítricos Valencianos, have successfully paved the way in Spanish and European Distribution, through different Supermarket Chains. This positioning of its products in the line of sale has evidenced its good acceptance and the growing number of consumers seeking oranges and mandarins 100% Origen Valencia (Valencian Community) with superior qualities, and certified at all times with the IGP Cítricos Valencianos label .

HORTISPAÑA urges normality in Catalonia to avoid further damage to the Spanish horticultural sector in the markets

The Member Associations of the Spanish Interprofessional Organization of Fruits and Vegetables, HORTIESPAÑA, consider it essential that normality be restored as soon as possible in Catalonia so that the sector under Spanish greenhouse does not continue to be affected by the independence movement, which has already caused delays in shipments, breaches with customers and an important 'damage' to the image of Spain as the origin of horticultural products under greenhouse coverage of this Organization.

García Tejerina praises the role of food as an engine of economic, social and cultural development

The Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries, Food and Environment, Isabel García Tejerina, has praised the role of food as an engine of economic, social and cultural development, during the presentation of the XXIX Food Awards of Spain, held Tuesday, October 3th, at the headquarters of the Ministry. To boost this value of the agri-food, Tejerina has advanced that the Government works in a new Strategy of Food of Spain, that takes into account the synergies that can be taken advantage of between the feeding and many other sectors, like the gastronomy, the tourism , culture, sport, education, the environment and health.

Aguilera urges EU to take urgent steps to halt the advance of Xylella

The Socialist MEP and Vice-President of the Committee on Agriculture in the European Parliament, Clara Aguilera, has called on the European Commission to take urgent steps to halt the progress of Xylella fastidiosa, which is already affecting several countries in continental Europe, including Spain and more concretely to the regions of the Valencian Community and Baleares. Aguilera recalls that no administration should "evade its responsibility to stop the plague" and calls for compensation for affected producers.
170929_Hispatec en Perú

Hispatec exhibits at Expoalimentaria Perú

Hispatec has been present with its own stand at Expoalimentaria, the most powerful agro-food fair in Peru and one of the most important in South America. About 45,000 visitors attended the edition last year and the organization is confident that it will be a number that is exceeded these days.

Phil Hogan: "I will continue to fight for our producers to have fairer access to non-EU markets"

In the following interview with ECA, Phil Hogan, European Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development, addresses, among other things, the most urgent issues concerning the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP); the need to seek effective remedies against unfair trade practices or to defend fairer conditions for European producers in trade association agreements with third countries in the EU.
170920_Idai Nature_México

Idai Nature bets on boosting trade link with Mexico

The company Idai Nature has promoted a business meeting with the objective of promoting investment and cooperation between the Valencian Community and Mexico in the agri-food sector, as well as the search for formulas to increase agricultural exports to the Latin American country.