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Competitiveness of fruit farming systems between globalization, marketing and quality



Competitiveness of fruit farming systems between globalization, marketing and quality



Rivista di Frutticoltura e di Ortofloricoltura 66(5): 22-28



World fruit production has increased since 1970, with the largest increases in Asia, notably China. Production in the Mediterranean area has remained stable in EU countries and increased slightly in other parts of the Basin.

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