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Intense heat in Brazil may damage the oranges from both the current and the coming seasons

... and hope to meet you in Antwerp for the Juice Summit tomorrow!

🎶 ‘Tis the season to be trav’ling… Falalalalaah F-C-O-J!

From 🇺🇸 ICBC to 🇧🇪 Juice Summit, to 🇩🇪 Anuga and 🇩🇪 IFEAT… Busy times for the most of us and as you may notice… I’m a bit out of my rhythm as well. 🙃 

Looking forward to see a lot of you in Antwerp tomorrow!

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For the coming season (24/25), although the effects of the hot weather from September are still uncertain, growers are concerned about fruitlet fall, which may be higher than the usual. This context could lead to a lower number of fruits per tree.

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A very concise recap of what was presented and shared during the International Citrus and Beverage Conference 2023 in Clearwater, Florida.

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Vortice aims to address the alarming environmental impact of PET bottle production in Europe, which contributes to 17.6 million tons of CO2 emissions annually. The startup is developing an “innovative” soda maker for sparkling and sustainable drinking habits.

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