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Traceability, added value for Spanish fruit and vegetables - 10/29/2012 - Francis Mateo, à BARCELONE

Despite the "cucumber crisis," which unfairly blacklisted Spanish fruit and vegetable producers, all industry players remain convinced of the benefits of traceability. For reasons of safety and quality of service. SPAIN. Spanish fruit and vegetable producers have still not recovered from the "cucumber crisis” in the...

Traceability of fruit and vegetables: A glut of technologies but little consistency! - 10/29/2012 - Nathalie Bureau du Colombier

From PDAs used in fields to control the amount of pesticides sprayed on the land, to RFID chips, bar codes and the networking of operators… New technologies dedicated to the traceability of fruit and vegetables help meet regulatory requirements and the information needs of consumers. When used properly this necessity can become...

Italian products gain from food traceability - 10/29/2012 - Christiane Navas

With counterfeiting on the increase in the food industry, traceability has become a useful weapon with which professionals and consumers can defend Italian production by guaranteeing the origin and quality of products. ITALY. "The whole structure of the fruit and vegetables industry needs to be redesigned." That was the stark...

HGV tax: a financial, administrative and commercial headache - 10/29/2012 - Bruno Kothe, co-chairman of the National Federation of Road

By Bruno Kothe, co-chairman of the National Federation of Road Hauliers (FNTR) in Languedoc-Roussillon As the representative of the National Federation of Road Hauliers (FNTR) in Languedoc-Roussillon, I can tell you that the HGV tax scheduled to come into force in July 2013 is a financial, administrative and commercial...

Ports face crucial sustainable development challenge - 09/29/2012 - Christiane Navas

The growth of passenger shipping is forcing ports to front up to environmental challenges, but a gap remains between northern and southern Europe. The best-equipped ports will be first in line for cruise ships. The growth of the cruise market (20 million passengers in 2011, according to the Cruise Lines International...

Maritime passenger traffic: balancing growth and preservation of the marine environment - 09/29/2012 - Christiane Navas

The growth in passengers travelling by sea requires a reduced carbon footprint on the marine environment and the environment in general. Under pressure from more stringent international and European standards, technologies are evolving, as is behaviour, but there is still much to do.

Secure logistics mean better wine - 02/20/2012 - Francis Mateo, BARCELONA

As the wine market becomes more about choice, the logistics involved become increasingly a specialist business. The need for quality demands more expertise from the logistics operators. Clients are also demanding more traceability and transparency. As a result, secure logistics are becoming a key element of the wine market....
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Reflection

From "free and democratic Algeria" to "civil and non-military state"

Razika Adnani, philosopher and specialist in issues related to Islam, member of the Orientation Council of the Fondation de l'Islam de France, of the Scientific Council of the CEFR and of the analysis group JFC Conseil
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