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Monthly inflation records -07% against 2.6% in October
Company aims to enter new markets including Korea, Philippines, Canada, says chairperson
Spending on fast food increasingly growing, linked to higher obesity rates
Food prices jump by 44.3%, record-high since flotation in November
UAE says an unsafe level of pesticide residues were detected in the produce
Establishment of new factory postponed due to the high price of industrial lands, says Abdel Samad
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 …
Crown Exports will participate in the Fruit Logistica exhibition for the first time in Germany in February.
Agreement will be signed Tuesday or Wednesday, says ministry spokesman
The annual inflation rate has recorded 9.4% in September 2015 compared to September
No one can control or monopolise the prices of vegetables because they have vulnerable expiration dates, says head of the FEDCOC
All the 1950s vintage boutiques were located on this veranda, but most of them have closed long ago.
Food products will rise by approximately 20% on higher costs of fuel used for transportation and production, says professor of agricultural economy
Cairo smells a little more pungent than normal
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.
A family business has been leading the market in introducing new crops to Egypt.
We love food. We love the real, down to earth, tried-and-tested, handed-down-through-the-generations, local Egyptian food. Here is your chance to learn how to make these local delicacies in your own home. And just so you know what to ask for, we have added how to say the ingredients in Arabic. No more excuses, off to the souq!
The battikh and mangoes have nearly completely disappeared and have been replaced with shiny, bright red, juicy deliciousness that taste great in salads, sauces and soups.