Vegetable farms

Market Wagon responds to food shortage issues

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Farm to Front Door is the concept behind Market Wagon, a website that provides customers like Jen Johnson with basic groceries from local farmers. What do you want to know Market Wagon is an online farmers market that delivers to your home There are over 80 farms …

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The autonomous robot for table grapes among the novelties of World Ag Expo

The Burro is a four-wheeled autonomous all-terrain vehicle that is used to help farm workers harvest and maintain table grape vineyards. Photos via World Ag Expo published on February 3, 2022 – 14:18Written by the staff of The Business Journal At a time when labor is the most uncertain input …

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The Magnet School makes growing a part of learning

Yeshe young students in Mélanie Master’s 3rd year science class not only found a way to have fun observing insects, but also to grow their lunch! The Casita Center for Technology, Science & Math at Vista, a Vista Unified School District magnet school, not only has a full-fledged outdoor raised …

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AGQ Labs has a new agri-food laboratory in Almeria

The Andalusian multinational’s new laboratory in Palomares, in the municipality of Cuevas del Almanzora, will be fully operational from January 31. This new production center joins the company’s laboratories in Seville and Madrid, which offer analytical services and specialized advice in agriculture, food production and distribution, mining, pharmaceutical production and …

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Tungkong Mangga: From Farmer’s Paradise to Furnace of Violence

The view from one of the biker stops near where Friday’s shooting happened. In the background are farms that produce many products supplied to residents of Metro Manila. (R. Villanueva/Kodao) By RAYMUND B. VILLANUEVA Kodao Productions/Bulatlat.com MANILA – A fact-finding mission into the demolition of four farmers’ houses last Wednesday …

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CSRWire – Innovation under our feet

Posted an hour ago Proposed by Bayer Microbes help farmers regenerate soil Imagine losing twenty years of work in just a few days. It’s unfathomable, but that’s precisely what happened to Australian farmer Robert Hinrichsen following a massive flood. Hinrichsen’s company, Kalfresh, is one of Australia’s leading vegetable growers: a …

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Should New York lower the overtime threshold for farm workers?

PLATTSBURGH, NY (WCAX) – The New York State Farm Wage Board is holding virtual hearings throughout January to discuss changing the state’s overtime threshold. Agriculture is a major industry in the North of the Country. Our Kelly O’Brien has arrived to see what the farms in the area are saying. …

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15 Ideas: How to Start a Small Farm

Jhon Nick explains how starting a smallholder farming isn’t as hard as you might think. This is the first in a two-part article series. What is smallholder farming? How do you define smallholder agriculture? It is defined as the cultivation of fruits, vegetables and other edible plants and flowers in …

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A pond of iron ore sludge breaks up at Sambalpur

Rice paddies, vegetable fields and poultry farms flooded with iron ore sludge after steelworks wall collapsed Iron ore sludge at Thelkoloi village under Rengali block in Sambalpur of Odisha. Photo: Ashis Senapati Part of the wall of an iron ore sludge pond at a steelworks, owned by Jindal Steel Works …

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Improving food security and nutrition on the remote island of Sumba – Indonesia

Honga, Kristina and their children live in Sumba, an island east of Indonesia. They are part of SurfAid’s NUSTANI program, which helps local communities in the region strengthen agricultural production on their family farms, boost income generation and promote better healthcare practices. The family shares roles with Honga and Kristina …

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food for thought

When it comes to healthy eating, Vermont is apparently a leader in the country. A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report released last week says Vermont adults are doing a decent job of eating their daily fruit and vegetable needs. Out of a sample of some 5,000 respondents, 15.3% …

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What if we declare allegiance to our local communities?

At my desk, I have a little Iowa flag; it reads: “Our freedoms we hold dear and our rights we will uphold.” This commitment does not mention our responsibilities to Iowa; for example, our duty to protect Iowa’s soil, water and biodiversity – the land. Nor does it say anything …

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Report: Malaysia faces food shortages for CNY and Ramadan after floods destroy farms | Malaysia

Lim said prices for vegetables have risen by up to 30 percent due to the supply crunch as farmers have to count their losses, which run into the millions. Photo by Yusof Mat Isa KUALA LUMPUR, January 13 – As the Lunar New Year approaches and the month of Ramadan …

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Pepper Farms Raises $ 1 Million in Seed Funding to Grow Business

Startup Agritech Pepper Farms has raised $ 1 million (roughly Rs 7.39 crore) from investors to expand its business. The startup helps farmers organize the life cycle of vegetable production from planting to harvest and sale. In a statement, Pepper Farms said it had secured US $ 1 million in …

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Prince Edward County News countylive.ca

After years of restoration, the Royal Hotel has reappeared in downtown Picton, with a grand opening slated for May. “My family has been fortunate to be a part of Prince Edward County for many years. We are delighted to bring back this iconic piece of Prince Edward County history. We …

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Producers of fruits and vegetables were invited to complete the MDA 2022 producer questionnaire

The Minnesota Department of Agriculture asks fruit and vegetable growers to complete the Annual Producer Questionnaire, which will help farmers identify federal food safety requirements that apply to their operations. The questionnaire data also provides the MDA with a more accurate assessment of the expansion of Minnesota’s agricultural products sector. …

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Good gardening: CSA

Hello everyone, John Fischer, Lane County Extension Master Gardener, here with Good Gardening from KLCC. It will look like a free ad, but it isn’t. My daughter and son-in-law have a small farm that sells vegetables at the farmers market and supplies 50 boxes of produce per week to their …

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Egg shortage in the egg capital

Choki wangmo | Tsirang A frustrated grocery store owner in Damphu town, Zangmo, tried to contact poultry farmers in the dzongkhag. She was worried that she would not be able to meet the demand for eggs for the dzongkhag hospital. With a continuing shortage of eggs in the country’s second-highest …

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Start These 10 Most Profitable Business Ideas in 2022 with Full Government Support and Earn Thousands of Dollars!

Most Profitable Business Ideas 2021 has had its share of problems, the persistent covid 19 pandemic, lockdowns, and more. But with the proper distribution of vaccines, things started to return to normal. Now, the New Year 2022 is just a few days away; from the gym to starting a new …

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Noida Agritourism, a suitable break from the city’s humdrum

As Covid-19 wreaks havoc not only on those infected with the viral disease, but also on those confined to their homes since the start of the pandemic, the vast expanse of agricultural land in Gautam Budh Nagar has opened the doors to the agricultural tourism in the district, offering a …

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Vietnamese farmers and traders should not be at the mercy of a single buyer

It is high time that we realized that as long as Vietnam stagnates in innovation and technological development, our agricultural exports will remain at the mercy of our neighbor to the north. Huynh Xuan Thai, a driver from Binh Dinh province, has been stuck at a border post in Lang …

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Jeffrey Schouten – Davis Enterprise

D. December 2, 2021 It is with immeasurable sadness that the family of Jeffrey Michael Schouten announce his sudden passing on December 2, 2021, at the age of 50. Jeff was born in Escondido to Joy Mack and Peter Schouten. In 1974, the family moved to a dairy in Dixon. …

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Local organic farmers face uncertain 2022 as they battle inflation

This story comes from our partner, 90.5 WESA. The first thing you see when you approach Edible Earth Farm in Sandy Lake, PA are four tall tunnel cultivation structures. They look like long tents and are made of metal frames with greenhouse plastic stretched over them. Inside there are long …

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ADGD: Attention Deficit Gardening Disorder – Subject Picayune

By: Betsy Burk, MSU Pearl River County Extension Service Master Gardener Intern I wake up at the craziest hours of the morning. Not because I have to do something normal like, you know, go to the lady’s room, but because I can’t sleep more than 6 hours most nights of …

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Belgian Agricultural Marketing Office receives additional € 2.4 million in EU grants

Since January 1, 2022, five dossiers of the Flemish Marketing Office for Agriculture and Fisheries (VLAM) promoting organic products, vegetables, fruits, fresh and processed potatoes and veal can count on European co-financing. With this funding, VLAM can focus on sustainability and inspire and educate local consumers, and they can go …

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It’s the cherry harvest: the insurance challenge to bring cherries to China

“With the weather, with logistics delays, port slowdowns, it’s really a tough time and obviously these goods are perishing over time,” said Daniel Morrison (pictured) , national responsible for freight products for transport and logistics. insurer NTI. As the harvest is in full swing for many fruit and vegetable growers, …

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Landec Corporation announces sale of Fresh from Curation Foods

Strategic Selling Results in a CDMO Focused Business Aligned with Attractive Growth Categories and End MarketsThe net proceeds from the sale will be used to repay the debt, resulting in significant deleveragingAnnouncement of fiscal second quarter results on January 5, 2022 SANTA MARIA, Calif., December 13, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – …

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Department of Agriculture organizes one-day training and capacity building program in Kupwara

The Department of Agricultural Production and Farmer Welfare of Kashmir organized a one-day capacity building / training program to release and maintain the capacity of the field extension set up at the hotel de Kupwara town for district officers / officials. Kashmir Agriculture Director Chowdhary Mohammad Iqbal inaugurated the program. …

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Access road benefits farmers in Cebu’s ‘vegetable basket’

ROUTE FROM FARM TO MARKET. Farmers from Barangay Caleriohan, Dalaguete town, the known “vegetable basket” in Cebu province, pose during a visit by DSWD-7 officials on November 19, 2021. The P 7.5 million road project in within the framework of the KALAHI-CIDSS Kapangyarihan project in Kaunlaran sa The Barangay program …

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Food producers grapple with disrupted supply chains – Resources & Agriculture

James Vercammen, professor of food and agriculture at the Sauder School of Business at the University of British Columbia, doubts significant short-term or long-term food inflation is likely | Chung chow When recent flooding disrupted transportation corridors connecting Metro Vancouver to the rest of Canada, some panicked residents purchased excess …

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Hopefully the beneficial insects could increase crop yields

A new research project involving 45 Canterbury farms will examine how specially designed native plantations could be used to attract beneficial insects, thereby increasing crop yields. Pollinators like bees are one of the beneficial insects that support agriculture in Aotearoa. Photo: 123RF The project is led by Plant and Food …

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Farmers protest cutbacks in occupational therapy hours | Top story

ALBANY – Hundreds of letters were hand-delivered to the Executive Chamber at Gov. Kathy Hochul’s office on Wednesday by concerned farmers and farm workers arguing against the pending decision by the State Wages Board to lower the threshold agricultural overtime to 40 hours. The Wages Council is due to vote …

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The Sprout: Cargill and union reach tentative deal

Have a nice day and welcome to Sprout, where it’s National Donut Day. Here is the agricultural news of the day. The head We start in Alberta, where Cargill and union representatives have reached a tentative deal that, if approved by workers, could avert a strike at one of Canada’s …

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Discover Haywood Farms with the help of the Local Kitchen app | Life

Farm visits, overnight stays, weddings. Clearly, there’s more to farming than just growing food these days. Agriculture is North Carolina’s primary industry, and the Visit NC Farms smartphone app aims to highlight this by being a one-stop-shop for all things agriculture and agritourism. The application lists agricultural and agro-tourism destinations. …

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Advance Growing Season, Harvest to Sprout Broccoli | New

WILLSBORO – Harvesting and planting broccoli in early spring is one of the last growing season projects at Willsboro Research Farm funded by the Upstate New York Agricultural Development Program. “One of the main crops I’m interested in is sprouting broccoli,” said Elisabeth Hodgdon, regional vegetable specialist for the Cornell …

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Grow hydroponic vegetables with the “catch-all” crop

I recently had the opportunity to join our volunteer Master Gardeners in Stark County on a tour of the student greenhouses on the Wooster Campus at Ohio State University. Our guide, Dr Uttara Samarakoon, Assistant Professor Specializing in Hydroponics and Floriculture, is also the Associate Program Coordinator of the Applied …

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INDOOR AGRICULTURE IS GAINING IN POPULARITY | The star

Indoor AGRICULTURE is on the rise in local agriculture with private companies like Sananbio supporting the government’s attempt to increase the level of vegetable self-sufficiency to 70% by 2025. “Building on Sananbio’s strong technical experience, I hope Sananbio will be able to help the Malaysian government achieve its modern agriculture …

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Quad-Cities prepares to welcome more refugees than ever | national news

When Hope Nyanduhura relocated to the United States as an African refugee, she encountered people who forged a similar path to America. Alongside nonprofits and resettlement agencies, the former refugees helped translate as she navigated through medical appointments, housing and paperwork and made her feel more at home. comfortable in …

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Reduced soil contamination from splashing fine beans

A A consortium of leading horticultural companies and researchers is investigating solutions to ‘splash soil’ contamination of fine beans grown by commercial and smallholder farmers in Kenya for export to the UK. The group, which received funding from Innovate UK in 2019, is undertaking on-farm research in Kenya to assess …

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Guide to Bellport and Brookhaven, New York

About 90 miles east of Manhattan is a small village on Long Island called Bellport. Drive through town on Main Street, South Country Road, and you’re off in a flash. This is exactly what people seem to like about it. Just 1.5 square miles and a few blocks from tidy …

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AppHarvest brings the future of agriculture to the present

(Photo: AppHarvest brings the future of agriculture to the present) Are you wondering how we can have the biggest positive impact on climate change? Look at the food we grow and eat. Farmers are the ones who bear the responsibility of producing food for the growing world population, but this …

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Rice fields, destroyed farms; inevitable food crisis!

It was revealed during a discussion held at the Ministry of Agriculture yesterday (15) that around 75,000 to 100,000 hectares of rice paddies have been damaged due to bad weather conditions. The most affected areas are in Puttalam, Anuradhapura and other districts and around 300 hectares of rice paddies in …

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New Jersey Thanksgiving Food and Takeout Options

Thanksgiving dinner is not unique. Some people like a fine dinner with silky mashed potatoes and elegantly roasted vegetables in shiny demi-glace. Others find a roast turkey with a hearty cornbread stuffing, simple braised sprouts, and a macaroni and cheese platter much more to their liking. We are not here …

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Tagalong robots follow you to know where you are going

Fast forward Piaggio When Amazon introduced its Astro home robot earlier this year, it first introduced the robot Following behind a person. It’s a simple idea that has captured people’s imaginations with science fiction depictions, like R2-D2 and BB-8 from Star wars, and in fact, with research projects like that …

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Farmers receive aid for cleanup from SA storm

The South Australian government will help cover the cleanup costs of fruit and vegetable growers hit by last week’s devastating hailstorm. The storm swept through parts of Adelaide and the Adelaide Hills last Thursday, damaging buildings, cars and causing severe crop losses. It also caused extensive damage in the Barossa …

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Few complaints, despite higher prices

Few complaints, despite higher prices

Direct marketing is available in many types. There are numerous farms that deliver home deliveries of fruits and vegetables and also mixed-subscriptions. The current economic downturn has led to an increased need for these products. The farms that provide the services have observed increased subscriptions to vegetables and fruits in particular in …

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Bangladeshis adapt to survive – Manila newsletter

MUGARJHOR, Bangladesh – Rising sea levels and severe flooding are already putting tens of millions of lives at risk in Bangladesh, but they pose another problem that threatens the entire nation: flooded land and high salinity of courtyards. water and soil kill crops. AFP / MANILA BULLETIN Bangladesh ranks seventh …

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Elizabeth Keen – BusinessWest

Owner, Indian Line Farm She perpetuates an agricultural heritage and cultivates her own By Mark Morris Elizabeth Keen’s journey to becoming a successful farmer in Western Mass. started in Mexico and Guatemala. Shortly after graduating from Colorado College, Keen joined a Witness for Peace effort to work with Guatemalan refugees …

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Erosion alert | The star

FREQUENT users of Federal Highway FT185 or the Jalan Simpang Pulai-Blue Valley (Cameron Highlands) section call on the government to take additional measures to ensure road safety for motorists. They want the relevant authorities to do everything possible to maintain the structural integrity of the road as well as the …

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5 easy ways florists can become more sustainable

If you navigate the logistics of floriculture, you begin to realize how much waste is produced on a daily basis. However, with sustainability on everyone’s lips, florists are now rethinking their ways and venturing into more sustainable practices in design and business model. If you’re a florist looking to improve …

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Thirsty West farmers paid to skip the water

BLYTHE, Calif .– Green fields of alfalfa and cotton pass by as Brad Robinson crosses the desert valley where his family has cultivated Colorado River water for three generations. Stopping the truck, he walked over a dry, brown field where the remains of shriveled alfalfa crunched under his boots. Water …

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Shore Conference Photo of the Week Winners

Each season, high school athletic programs feature plays that often leave us shaking our heads in astonishment and even disbelief. That’s why the Shore Sports Network uses many sources to put together great photos submitted by our very talented photographers every week. SSN has partnered with The WindMill & Pepsi …

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Pumpkins are ripe for picking

HILLSDALE COUNTY – Pumpkins are ripe for picking and farmers’ markets and grocery stores carry their weight in the fall’s favorite vegetable for pumpkins and fall decorations. Local pumpkin growers say they are seeing a successful harvest. “We have a pretty good harvest, but we were a little worried that …

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Taste of the week: Garlic Heirloom @ Wee Bee Farms

Garlic is just garlic, right? If you’ve tasted one garlic, you’ve tasted them all. “First, the average garlic you buy in most supermarkets is most likely grown in China, selected for its shelf life. It’s been stored for nine months to a year, so it tastes much more bitter, ”says …

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Vertical Agriculture Market Size and Factory Consumption, Growth and Key Companies – AeroFarms, Lufa Farms, Mirai, TruLeaf, Green Sense Farms, Urban Crops

New Jersey, United States, – The report provides an overview of Vertical Agriculture and Plant Factory Consumer Market and offers a detailed analysis of the industry. It includes a comprehensive analysis of the regions and the competitors associated with the market. The report offers an overview of the current market …

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Leave no one behind | Malaysian intuition

CAMERON Highlands is one of Malaysia’s most important places for food. Farm workers are a mix of migrants and locals. Migrant workers are mainly from Bangladesh, Indonesia, Myanmar and Nepal. Achieving herd immunity is very important for this vulnerable group, on which our main vegetable supply depends. “The Malaysian Red …

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Celebrate Farm to School Month |

Byjen Schaap Picture this: your kids come home from school to tell you about the kale flowers they ate in the school garden today with Miss Hope, then ask if your family can have kale for dinner , or maybe broccoli because they learned it’s in the same family like …

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Celebrate the humble potato on National Potato Day

Today, Friday October 1, marks Bord Bia’s National Potato Day, and consumers, retailers and the food service industry are called upon to support Irish potato growers on this special day. It is an indigenous sector, worth 111 million euros on the farm, with 400 producers planting more than 8,000 hectares …

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Hot, smoky summer suffocates staple crops

Since Tryg Koch started his business, Heritage Custom Farming, in Kalispell 18 years ago, growing crops such as winter wheat, spring wheat and canola, he says this has been his third worst year. harvest of history. Kalispell experienced record heat over the summer, averaging 3.9 degrees warmer than normal and …

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TOMRA Fresh Food will unveil a new singular stunt – ‘a game changer that will revolutionize the cherry industry’

Fruit attraction 2021 TOMRA Fresh Food will unveil its revolutionary new Cascade Singulator for cherry separation at Fruit Attraction, the international trade fair for the fruit and vegetable sector, in Madrid, Spain, next month (booth 10E11, IFEMA MADRID conference room, 5 to October 7). TOMRA Food’s presence at Fruit Attraction …

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