By Neil Murray 15 Jan 2020
The slide in Argentina's lemon juice prices is continuing, in contrast to earlier hopes that the market had bottomed out and prices would start to firm.
Last year was a year of extraordinary gluts and shortages in global food commodities. In an industry that is known for volatility, partly due to the weather, partly due to changing consumer tastes and partly due to politics, this past year, like the one before it, has been notably unstable. So, what's in store for 2017?
Download the Foodnews Global Outlook 2017 for an in-depth review of 2016, including all of its highs and lows, from fruit juice shortages to canned tuna prices increasing, and a forecast for 2017 (we have a pretty good track record).
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By Neil Murray 09 Dec 2019
Saudi Arabia’s General Authority of Zakat and Income Tax (GAZT) imposition of a 50% tax on sugar-sweetened beverages has kicked...
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By Neil Murray 06 Dec 2019
The New Zealand government has unveiled its draft Cannabis Legalisation and Control Bill which is designed to govern the recreational...