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3 April 2019 - Media Release - Fruitnet
The Pink Lady apple brand was on display during the Special Olympics World Summer Games in Abu Dhabi, following its recent tie-in with the Dubai Marathon read more...

2 April 2019 - Media Release - Fresh Food Portal
The United Fresh Produce Association says that the proposed closure of the U.S.-Mexico border would create “economic uncertainty” for the fresh produce industry, urging broader discussion on immigration reform instead. read more...

2 April 2019 - Media Release - Fresh Plaza
February was National Snack Month and Americans showed that apples and pears remain a favorite snack. Category data shows that both apples and pear were up in sales. read more...

2 April 2019 - Media Release - Fresh Plaza
Australia’s Flinders Island has been declared free of fruit fly, with restrictions officially lifted from 12.01am Saturday, March 30. It means the regular movement of fruit fly host produce for Flinders Island can now resume, however residents are cautioned to remain vigilant. read more...

1 April 2019 - Media Release - Fresh Plaza
The first signs of imminent death are that the tree's growth atrophies and its leaves turn pale yellow or reddish. It usually starts in a single branch. When that happens, producers know that the tree will collapse in a few weeks. The phenomenon is known as rapid apple decline (RAD) and it is causing real concern among producers, especially in the northeastern United States. read more...

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