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· 5 April 2017

Air cargo: a new era for Italian fruit & vegetable industry

air cargo

Global air shipments have increased by 3,8% in 2016 and Italian fruit & vegetable industry aligns to this trend, which will lead to new opportunities for Italian exporters and increasingly demanding global markets.

NCX Drahorad is focused on developing its business activity in this top-class (both for quality and service) branch as well.

Demand from Middle East, South America, Asia and North America is increasing.

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· 23 March 2017

The UK blueberry market and the role of Italy


The UK market has been so far the main source of growth for the European blueberry growers. And the consumption is still growing (turnover +10,3% YOY).

The specialists see a bright future for blueberries in UK, with some analysts predicting a 62% volume growth by 2021.

The growth is the result of a mix of promtional activities, quality assurance, market segmentation (organic, size differentiation) and flexibility on the packaging.

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· 19 January 2017

See you in Berlin!


We move to Berlin from February 8th to 10th to meet our customers and suppliers.


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· 2 January 2017

Fresh now

Download our 2017 calendar with the best Italian produce available for shipments to Europe and overseas:


Contact us to receive more details about varieties, sizes, packaging, prepacks, quality specifications, brands, certifications and to receive our best current offer.

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· 9 August 2016

Italian apple season starts for overseas markets

rayal gala apple isolated on white

Italy is the largest European producer with top quality apples, as confirmed at Prognosfruit, which recently took place in Hamburg. More than 2M metric tons and over 20 different varieties are grown in various regions, all to quality standards to satisfy consumer tastes across the globe. Italy is the world’s third largest exporter of apples, just behind China and Poland. Annual exports of Italian apples hit more than one million metric tons.

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