Food Processing Industry in South Africa
Within the food and drink sector, South Africa is by far Africa’s most developed market, yet there are still large opportunities with food consumption expected to increase
UK Trade & Investment on 29 Sep 2012 related to Food Processing in South Africa
About 90 percent of South African canned deciduous fruit is destined for the export market, and the remainder supplies the local market.
Foreign Agricultural Service on 18 Oct 2011 related to Food Processing in South Africa
Sugar exports are expected to stay low in the 2011/12 season due to an expected increase in the demand for sugar in the SACU market coupled with the estimated relatively small domestic sugar crop.
Foreign Agricultural Service on 12 Oct 2011 related to Food Processing in South Africa
Sugarcane production in South Africa for the 2008/09 season was finalized at 19.26 million tons. This is 2.3 percent less sugarcane crushed than the previous season. The 2008/09 season sugar production was finalized at 2.27 million tons Tell Quell (2.35 MTRV), 0.6 percent less than the previous season.
Foreign Agricultural Service on 4 Jan 2010 related to Food Processing in South Africa
In February 2011, The Ministry of Health announced new regulations under the Foodstuffs, Cosmetics, and Disinfectants Act of 1972, which concern the presence of trans-fats in foods.
Foreign Agricultural Service on 21 Apr 2012 related to Food Processing in South Africa
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Part of USDA, the United StatesThe Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) works to improve foreign market...