The overseas lemon season is about to begin. "The first containers of lemons are currently being loaded in Argentina. We've been working well with our regular supplier Argentilemon for many years, and we expect the first arrivals in the Netherlands in the second half of May," says FMI's Peter Bouman.
Na de start-up in samenwerking met FMI krijgt onze partner Fair by Nature vleugels met toekenning van eigen Bio-certificering. Wat in 2020 bij ons als een pilot begon, groeide uit tot een heuse bedrijfsfilosofie: 100% Organic Fruit & Vegetables, 100% Fair and 100% Climate Neutral - na een inspirerend eerste jaar vormen deze kernwaarden een stevig fundament onder ‘Fair by Nature España SL’.
Nu de eerste zomerse dagen de start van het vakantieseizoen inluiden, zijn het bij FMI weer citroenen en limes die de boventoon voeren.
Ginger: some people love it, some people less: but one thing is for sure it’s super healthy, I must confess!
So, after this little poem, let’s get to serious business. It’s not a lie, ginger indeed is extremely healthy and this root is therefore used for many medical purposes. In this blog, I want to focus on the benefits of consuming Ginger, but I also want to give more examples on how to use this root. There’s more in the world than just tea with ginger. Here are some original ideas listed just for you. You’re welcome ;).
Give your colleagues, your clients and yourself a extra boost to stay healthy this season, after all we are facing tough and challenging times!
Our colleagues have not been sitting around doing nothing since the FMI office opened in Spain. José Espinoza in particular went out every day to visit Spanish suppliers, exchange knowledge and scout opportunities. We are therefore incredibly proud that his work has yielded fruit so soon: The first pallets of beautiful Primofiori Premium Quality Lemons in gleaming Royal Fresh boxes!
After a challenging season with a high supply and often low prices, the limes market in Europe has recovered in recent weeks. Due to the drought in Mexico, there were almost no Mexican limes available and Brazil, partly due to good domestic demand, exported significantly less volumes to Europe. This resulted in high prices, mainly on the spot market.