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- Your survival guide to '97 veggie season. Thayer, Warren // Frozen Food Age;Mar1997, Vol. 45 Issue 8, p1
Reports that there is still room for additional vegetable products that are increasing in market value in the United States, Mexico, Central American, Europe and China. Comments from Michael J. Fluchere, manager of Fluchere Sales in San Clemente, California; Expectations for the 1997 vegetable...
- Sowing the seeds. // Oregon Business Magazine;Nov93, Vol. 16 Issue 11, p42
Reports on the growth of the vegetable industry in Oregon. Surge in eateries and stores offering a mixed bag of greens; Rise in produce growers' volume; Portland's Pazzo Ristorante and its expenses on vegetables; Flourishing of Portland's food scene and its suppliers; Oregon's growers of...
- Flood damage slight: Winter vegetable crop up 2% from last year. Thienpont, Chuck // FoodService Director;3/15/97, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p130
Reports on the increase in the acreage intended for harvest of selected fresh market vegetables in winter of 1997 according to the Department of Agriculture. Decreased acreage for cabbage, sweetcorn, lettuce, bell peppers, spinach and tomatoes; Increased acreage of broccoli, carrots,...
- Relief for border vendors. // Telegraph (Calcutta, India);7/15/2013, p1
The article reports on the permission granted to vegetable vendors from Dhubri, Mancachar and Hatsinghimari to sell their produce in markets to be set up in the areas near Assam-Meghalaya border.
- Japanese take to asparagus. Hooper, Patricia // BRW;12/11/95, Vol. 17 Issue 48, International Business... p6
Reports that Victorian-grown vegetables continue to win export markets in Asia, due to the state's high quality products and efficient distribution networks. Contract to supply 100 tons of fresh asparagus to Japan by VEGCO Limited; Freshness of exported vegetables as a paramount factor in...
- Market basket. // FoodService Director;05/15/97, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p134
Presents information on fresh vegetable produce in the United States. Increase in the wholesale produce index of 1997; Factor which offset a decrease in vegetable prices; Increases for selected vegetables on a monthly basis.
- Results-oriented vegetable plant marketing. // GPN: Greenhouse Product News;Aug96, Vol. 6 Issue 8, p28
Advises growers and retailers of vegetable bedding plants on how they can boost their business by marketing plant varieties effectively. Focus on the most unique flavored, best-tasting varieties in each class; Marketability of early-maturing varieties; Space savers; Plant variety's disease...
- Revenue drop fuels viability fear. McEwan, Gavin // Horticulture Week;5/18/2012, p25
The article informs that according to James Hallett, chief executive officer (CEO) of the British Growers Association, deflationary pricing, rising input costs and high national self-sufficiency are affecting the viability of the vegetable growing sector in Great Britain.
- Crop surplus cuts info farmers' profits. Rademacher, Kevin // Inside Tucson Business;04/19/99, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p9
Discusses the implications of the increase in farm produce harvested by Arizona farmers in 1999. Inverse relationship between the market and the growing conditions; Surplus of quality vegetables from the state; Concerns on the oversupply in the world market.