Rare block of French acres offers fruit opportunity

Horne, Susie
October 2006
Farmers Weekly;10/27/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 17, p74
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the planned sale of the Domaine de la Souterranne farm in Narbonne, France by English couple Jim and Sara Pearce. It is said that grapes and peaches produced by the farm are sold to wholesalers and market traders. The couple is selling their farm after their fruit cooperative has lost a contract which coincided with the declining prices of peach pulp.


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