Latest in Tag: fruits Highlight
Latest in Tag: fruits
Spending on fast food increasingly growing, linked to higher obesity rates
Banks will focus on financing renewable energy, construction, communications sectors in coming period, while continuing to support SMEs
Food prices jump by 44.3%, record-high since flotation in November
On Wednesday, Exports Logistica Exhibtion kicks off in Germany, with the participation of 2,700 companies across 120 countries. Of the participants, 88 companies will be Egyptian. Expected turnover is estimated to be 8,000 people from 130 countries around the globe. During the exhibition, companies will focus on promoting certain productions, especially citrus fruits, potatoes, onions, …
Egyptian pound’s flotation supports external competition, says Yacoub
Abd El Wahab Sons – Fresh Fruits & Vegetables aims to boost its exports to reach 45,000 tonnes this year, up from 25,000 tonnes last year—an increase of 80% The chairperson of the company, Khalid Abdelwahab, said that the company will sign more deals with farmers to stimulate exports, next to cultivating 1,000 feddans owned …
Sonac Societe Nationale du Commerce aims to increase its exports of citrus fruits and potatoes this year to reach 50,000 tonnes of citrus and 40,000 tonnes of potatoes. The managing director of the company, Mohamed Khalil, said that their exports of potatoes reached 25,000 tonnes last year, while citrus fruit exports registered 40,000 tonnes. He …
Line for packaging citrus fruits expected to be launched in early 2017
Packaging station in Kafr Al-Dowar will operate with a 100,000 tonne production capacity, says Dessouky
Agreement will be signed Tuesday or Wednesday, says ministry spokesman
Fruits of Fire is Shamloul’s first exhibition and represents his three-year journey to become the artist he is today
Minister of Supply opens a new market in preparation for Copts’ feasts and New Year celebrations
Minister of Supply Mohamed Abu Shady was quoted in the statement as saying that this procedure comes to alleviate burdens on low-income citizens.
In a meeting held Saturday with consumer protection organizations and a number of fruit and vegetable wholesalers in the Obour and 6th of October markets, Abu Shadi pledged to put price caps on fruits and vegetables.
Fakeeha, healthy alternative for all occasions
Pumpkins are waiting to be turned into delicious soup.