Bolivia offers opportunities for European wine importers. 99% of all Bolivian vineyards are situated at an altitude between 1,600 and 3,000 metres above sea level. There is no other wine production country in the world with these characteristics. And there are many ancestral vineyards with vines of more than 200 years old. Importers can use the study on this page to find out what Bolivia has to offers as a wine exporter. The study includes information about for example types of wines, wine regions and business culture.
By October 2009, all 50 states had implemented a revised WIC program with produce vouchers for millions of eligible families. USDA economists had projected the vouchers would raise net farm revenues by $76 million. In response to such a significant policy change and market opportunity, a UC Agriculture and Natural Resources Cooperative Extension team of researchers conducted a pilot project to test the ability of small farms to market produce locally to WIC-authorized stores known as A-50 vendors.
Regional identity creation is being recognized for its economic benefits and as a strategic resource for producer communities. A regional identity is not a brand; it is built through a complicated process of developing cohesion and sharing in the industry community and communicating outside the industry community to opinion-makers and consumers. The California fine wine industry has built successful regional identities and leveraged them to add value to their wines.
China is the world’s third largest producer of raisins behind the United States and Turkey. Post forecasts China’s MY2015/16 raisin production at 190,000 tons, an increase of 5 percent over USDA’s MY2014/15 official estimate. The increase is driven by the greater availability of fresh grapes for raisin production. China’s raisin imports are forecast at 33,500 tons, an increase of 15 percent over MY2014/15, primarily due to the influx of low priced Uzbekistan raisins.
Estadisticas y estimaciones 2014/2015
Many factors have affected food consumption patterns over the last twenty-five years. In the following pages we will explore these trends in more detail and consider the impact of current trends on future consumption.
Según Fair Trade USA Estados Unidos es actualmente el mayor mercado del mundo para los productos con sello Fair Trade, con más de 11.000 productos disponibles en los principales supermercados en Estados Unidos, así como miles de restaurantes, cafeterías y tiendas especializadas.
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The European market for fresh Chilli Peppers is steadily growing year after year. With this product factsheet CBI supports developing countries’ (DC) exporters with essential information to enhance their exports of Chilli peppers to the European market.