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A Model of Humidity within A Semi-closed Greenhouse

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Authors: 
Raquel Salazar-Moreno
Authors: 
Azucelli Maythe Mauricio-Pérez
Authors: 
Irineo Lorenzo López-Cruz
Authors: 
Abraham Rojano-Aguilar
Publisher: 
Revista Chapingo Serie Horticultura
Year: 
2,016

Insect Antagonistic Bio-Inoculants for Natural Control of Leaf-Mining Insect Pests of French Beans

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J. Akello
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A. Chabi-Olaye
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R.A. Sikora
Publisher: 
African Crop Science Journal
Year: 
2,017

Chilean Wine in the European market: A Positioning Mapping Approach from Germany

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Authors: 
Jose Diaz Osorio
Authors: 
Rodrigo Valdes
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Nicole Hernandez
Publisher: 
Revista de la Facultad de Ciencias Agrarias
Year: 
2,014

Food Safety Strategies

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Authors: 
Ilse Aigner
Publisher: 
Bundesministerium für Ernährung
Year: 
2,013

CBI Product Factsheet: Fresh Beans and Pulses in Germany

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Beans and pulses form an important part of the German diet. You can add value to your products by differentiating them in the market, for example through storytelling and employing best-practice social and environmental practices. The best time to target the German market is in the long off-season (in Europe this is October-June). 

Authors: 
ProFound
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Jos Leeters
Publisher: 
CBI Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Year: 
2,016

CBI Product Factsheet: Fresh Herbs in Germany

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Inspired by TV chefs, health-conscious German consumers are increasingly choosing fresh herbs to spice up their dishes. An interest in Mediterranean cooking and fresh herbal teas is opening up the market for basil, rosemary, oregano and mint, while chives have long been popular in German cuisine. 

In addition to providing information on the German market for fresh herbs in general, this factsheet focuses on 5 specific herbs (see overview below):

Authors: 
ProFound
Authors: 
Jos Leeters
Publisher: 
CBI Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Year: 
2,016

CBI Product Factsheet: Baby Vegetables in Germany

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Consumer demand for fresh vegetables, combined with trends related to convenience, consumer experience and innovation, has created a new segment for luxury fresh vegetables: baby vegetables. The German market offers opportunities for selling your baby carrots (as a snack), baby courgettes (used in Mediterranean cuisine) and baby corn (for Asian stir-fry dishes).

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CBI Market Intelligence
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CBI Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Year: 
2,016

Germany - Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards

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Authors: 
Leif Rehder
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USDA GAIN
Year: 
2,012

World Tariff Profiles 2011

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WTO ITC UNCTAD
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WTO ITC UNCTAD
Year: 
2,011
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The Organic Market in Europe

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Globally, the organic market reached 54.9 billion US dollars in 2009. A large part of the turnover was in Europe (48 percent) and in North America (48.1 percent). Since 1999 (15.2 billion US dollars), the global market for organic products more than trebled (Sahota 2011).

Authors: 
Lukas Kilcher
Authors: 
Helga Willer
Authors: 
Beate Huber
Authors: 
Claudia Frieden
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Res Schmutz
Authors: 
Otto Schmid
Publisher: 
Swiss Import Promotion Programme (SIPPO)
Year: 
2,011
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