Produce/Melon

In the watermelon category, particularly for seedless types, research is focusing on adjusting the sizes to obtain smaller fruit and on a definite improvement in eating quality.

The seed company presented its novelties for the European, African and Middle Eastern markets during a three-day technical session at Torre Pacheco.  

Historical documents contain a wealth of references to watermelon cultivation in the Reggio Emilia area being a well-established, generations-old tradition.

The characteristic that makes Italy’s Anguria Reggiana watermelon stand out is the particularly sweet flavour of the pulp, linked to its sugar content.

Driven by a nearly 57% increase in the number of cantaloupes sold, overall retail sales of melons in the United States grew 8% year-on-year in volume in the 52 weeks to May 28 to reach over 2.2 billion.

Driven by a nearly 57% increase in the number of cantaloupes sold, overall retail sales of melons in the United States grew 8% year-on-year in volume in the 52 weeks to May 28 to reach over 2.2 bil

The company from Murcia has continued its development as a recognised specialist in Charentais highly select melons since 1968.

Melons are the items that have seen the most growth out of all of Bruno SRL’s products in recent years, having grown almost six times since starting out.

Agrupalmería, a group specialising in the auction and sale of tomatoes from Almería, is renowned for the quality of its RAF, smooth, loose, pear and vine tomato varieties.

“The melon has always been the flagship product for our crops and 13 years ago we decided to get together and market our own product,” stressed Salvador Lopez Buendia.

Founded in 1968 in Rodigo, Mantua, Francescon is Italy’s largest melon producer organisation, the undisputed national leader, and yet it is still able to keep its management structure strictly with

After forty years working to achieve greater profitability for fruit, vegetables and wine, Anecoop is celebrating its anniversary with its partners in every province of Spain where Anecoop has a commercial office: Valencia, Murcia, Almería and Sevilla.

After forty years working to achieve greater profitability for fruit, vegetables and wine, Anecoop is celebrating its anniversary with its partners in every province of Spain where Anecoop has a co

The market is increasingly demanding melons outside the months when they are harvested, so it is useful to be able to store them at the end of the season in order to sell them when there is no longer any crop in the field.

The Decco R&D team has developed a treatment to protect the melon skin against oxidation and ageing and reduce rot development.

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