The fourth and last panel of the II Portugal Nuts Congress starts at noon with the topic "Dried fruit markets: national and international trends"!
Speakers will include Bill Harp (Former Chairman of the Almond Board USA), Tim Jackson (Chairman of the Almond Board Australia), Pierre Silva (Lidl Portugal), Joan Fortuny Queralt (De Prado Almonds), with moderation by Filipe Rosa.
The first round table of the II Congress Portugal Nuts focuses on the theme "Water and Dried Fruits", inviting speakers Duarte Correia, Isabel Martins, José Pedro Salema, Pedro do Carmo, and Tomás Roquette Tenreiro.
The debate starts at 9:45 am, and will be moderated by Rodrigo Pratas.
You can register for the congress to be held on May 9th here.
Counting down for the II Congress Portugal Nuts, we present the first moment of the event, starting at 9:15 am, in which the results of the study on water requirements in nuts and dried fruit crops will be revealed.
Count on the presence of Duarte Correia (Duck River Agriculture), Tiago Costa (Nogam), directors of Portugal Nuts, and also journalist Rodrigo Pratas.
You can register for the congress to be held on May 9thhere.
Portugal Nuts was with a delegation of associates in the Annual Conference of the Almond Board of California (50th anniversary).
Production trends, market statistics, water management and communication were some of the most relevant themes of this world reference event for the almond sector. Portugal was present with the largest delegation ever.
You can watch some of the moments of this event atlink.
In this interview to Portugal Nuts he spoke of issues such as the economic impact of dried fruit in Portugal and the need for public incentives for investment in the industrial sector, allowing the verticalization of the sector.
Article by Portugal Nuts in Dinheiro Vivo about the success of dried fruit production in Portugal. Today Portugal is already self-sufficient in almonds, but also in chestnuts, and the production started to have a logic of proximity in relation to the final consumer.