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Black grapes could be the new white in five years, according to Capespan. The South African company is launching a new, larger variety of black seedless grape into the UK this month, which it says could herald a surge in popularity for...
Capespan has delivered its best-ever set of results - but warned that its 2009 profits were already coming under pressure as a result of the global slowdown. The South African producer, which exports a wide range of fruit to UK supermarkets,...
Favourable growing conditions have led to 'excellent' quality Namibian grapes reaching the UK this week, according to Capespan. Namibian red seedless grapes are being used to supplement South African supply, where poor weather has delayed...
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