https://ecomercioagrario.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/cajas_de_naranjas-importadas.jpg 549 825 Bárbara Aguayo Martínez https://ecomercioagrario.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/banner-eca-ing.jpg Bárbara Aguayo Martínez2023-06-26 12:21:192023-06-26 12:25:29EU intensifies imports controls on Egyptian oranges
The European Union has strengthened controls on imports of Egyptian…
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An increase in production over last season, weather adversities, the delay in the maturation of the fruit and overlap of our varieties with those of third countries such as South Africa have been the perfect ingredients to make a cocktail that has turned bitter for the sector Spanish citrus in this first part of the campaign marked by low prices and a lot of fruit hanging on the trees pending harvest or on the ground without selling.
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LA UNIÓ de Llauradors has denounced that many Valencian supermarkets have the orange-filled lines of South Africa, despite having more than enough local supply to provide the markets and the fact, even more worrying, that the South African citrus sector has suspended its exports to the European Union, due to the presence of the disease of pests, among them the Black Spot (Citrus Black spot), in shipments.
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According to Nufarm, the world leader in crop protection, the new Maximum Residue Limit (MRL) of Diclorprop-P for the whole citrus group was published in the Official Journal of the European Union on 30th September (Regulation (EU ) of Commission 2017/1777). The new MRL set at 0.3 mg / kg includes oranges, mandarins, lemons, limes and grapefruits.
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José Enrique Sanz is the Manager of the Regulatory Council of the Protected Geographical Indication (IGP) "Valencian Citrus". A sector that, for years, is not going through its best moment. Unpredictable climatology must be added to the entry of third country productions into the markets of the European Union. Productions that have the community support, which is not only a commercial threat for the Spanish sector, but also health, since the demands on plant health are not the same. On this, and on the projection of the Valencian citrus we have talked with him.