Third place in the world rankings in kiwi production, compared with the fourth that it held in recent years, is expected to climb Greece during the trading period 2017-2018. At the same time, fruit prices are already significantly increased, both for the producer and for the exported product, as evidenced by the REA-EIA reports.
“We expect to see how production in Chile will evolve, a country that is almost certain to be overtaken, so that we can win” third place “after Italy and New Zealand,” the expert told The Athenian-Macedonian News Agency consultant of the Association of Greek Exporters of Fruit, Vegetables and Juices Distribution “INCOFRUIT-HELLAS”, Giorgos Polychronakis.
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From March to May, we can find fresh, delicious asparagus. Asparagus have high nutritional value, having a low-calorie (20 calories only about 5), no fat and cholesterol and they have much potassium, folic acid, thiamine and vitamin B6, A and C.
They have dietary and particularly diuretic actions and many vitamins and minerals, but watch out because it is not recommended for people with rheumatism, arthritis, gout, kidney stones and bladder infections because it contains oxalic acid.
During cooking, the loss of vitamins varies from 27-40%.
Asparagus can be green or white, depending on whether grown on or above the earth.In Read more
The Greek products made great impressions to the exhibition visitors of Asia Fruit Logistica 2016.
Another important step of extroversion was made for the Greek kiwi this period. Under the Community co-funded export promotion program «Premium European Kiwi», the Greek kiwi tested its export strengths in one of the biggest food fairs in the world, the Asia Fruit Logistica. Hundreds of visitors of the exhibition tested the Greek kiwis, which attempted to strengthen their brand, expand their horizons and their extroversion.
The stand of «Premium European Kiwi» received positive feedback from visitors of the exhibition, making an energetic start in the promising Chinese market. The Greek kiwi is considered as a Read more