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Russia bans Egyptian fruit and veg imports

Russia will temporary suspend imports of fruit and vegetables from Egypt from Sept. 22, Russia's food safety watchdog said on Friday, hours after Cairo rejected a Russian wheat shipment. The move came after Egyptian quarantine

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Dubai Municipality backs top perishables expo in Dubai

Dubai Municipality has signed a deal with planetfair, to be this year’s strategic partner for the 7th edition of the International Perishables Expo Middle East (WOP DUBAI), a dedicated exhibition for fresh edible food to be held in Dubai

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Toshiba produces vegetables in factory

Toshiba Corporation has begun production of vegetables at the Toshiba Clean Room Farm Yokosuka, a plant factory in Yokosuka, Kanagawa prefecture, Japan. Shipment of the first crop is scheduled for the end of October.

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EU ban on Indian mangoes, some vegetables

The European Union has temporarily banned the import of Alphonso mangoes and four vegetables from India from May 1, a report said. The decision by EU's standing committee on plant health came after 207 consignments of fruits a

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Egypt embarks on new era of agricultural evolution

Agricultural advancements taking place in Egypt’s desert could pave the way for a whole new approach to cultivating fresh vegetables and fish in the GCC that’s four times more efficient than regular farms, and requires no fertile lan

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Bahrain alerts on fresh produce safety

Health officials in Bahrain have issued a warning against buying fruit and vegetables from street vendors amid fears they could be harmful. Health inspectors will be out in force to ensure grocers follow Bahrain's hygiene laws

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Premier pledges zero-tolerance on food safety

HRH Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa has pledged a zero-tolerance approach against companies that put consumers at risk by violating food safety standards, particularly those selling private meat imports directly to the public.

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Bahrain food traders hit by black market

A black market in fruit and vegetables supplied by illegal importers is threatening to put Bahrain's legitimate greengrocers out of business, traders in the kingdom have complained. Fresh produce is being imported by companies wi

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Dubai residents 'not eating enough healthy food'

More than half of Dubai residents (about 59 per cent) are not consuming enough fruits and vegetables to keep themselves healthy, according to a comprehensive survey conducted by The Dubai Health Authority (DHA). Announcing this on Wed

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Barakat commissions new plant in Dubai

Leading fresh fruit and vegetable products firm Barakat Quality Plus has commissioned its newest plant in the ‘Food & Beverage Zone’ at Dubai Industrial City (DI). The 200,000 sq ft facility constitutes the second phase of ex

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