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Agriculture Food Processing Trade

Alizés Awards: Celebrating Excellence in Agri-Food Exports

The Alizés Awards, presented by Farm Credit Canada, highlight the excellence of the work accomplished by Canadian agri-food companies that have distinguished themselves in international markets. Known in English as trade winds, the Alizés refer to the winds which established the main maritime trade routes between continents over the centuries and linked Canada to foreign […]

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AGRA invests $2.5 million to boost Agri-Business Capital (ABC) Fund

THE Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) has invested $2.5 Million to boost the share capital of the Agri-Business Capital Fund (ABC Fund). The ABC Fund is a initiative of AGRA, the European Commission through its EU-ACP agreement, the Luxemburg Government and the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) to support sustainable and inclusive agricultural […]

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Farmer forced to dump 17,000 gallons of milk

Farmers in North Carolina are dumping fresh milk they can’t sell during the coronavirus pandemic. Homeland Creamery supplies milk to restaurants and coffee shops. Many of those establishments are closed. There is a 65-percent decrease in total milk sales. Because there’s no one to buy milk in bulk, Bowman said he has no choice but […]

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SMEs fight for their lives in face of coronavirus: ‘It is a nerve-wracking time’

Small and medium sized food brands who have benefited from the diversification of the grocery aisle in recent years are now feeling the squeeze as the unprecedented coronavirus crisis sweeps Europe – and the world. The average projected loss in revenue in 2020 plans, for those that felt capable to estimate at this stage, stood […]