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TN poultry producers cut price on bird flu reports  (1/17/2008, The Hindu Business Line)

The Namakkal-based layer producers have reduced the farm-gate price of shell eggs by 15 paise to Rs 1.60 per piece on Thursday.

Low value-added forms hampering tuna exports  (1/11/2008, The Hindu Business Line)

Recently in Port Blair Despite the strident growth in tuna exports during last year, India’s tuna catch and export potential remains largely untapped.

Kolkata to host 3-day Mango Mahotsav from tomorrow  (6/13/2007, The Hindu Business line)

The Agri Horticultural Society of India (AHSI), with the active support of the Department of Food Processing Industries and Horticulture, Government of West Bengal, and in collaboration with the Indian Chamber of Commerce, is organising a three-day "Mango Mahotsav" here from June 15.

Reliance Retail's Bengal foray may be delayed  (5/16/2007, The Hindu Business line)

Political uncertainties may lead to Reliance Retail's planned foray in Bengal being delayed.

Alphonso output down by 50%  (4/23/2007, The Hindu Business Line)

Unseasonal rains, storm and plant infection have brought down the production of Alphonso in Maharashtra. The production has declined by at least 50 per cent, said Mr Harshvardhan Patil, State Minister for Marketing and Employment Guarantee Scheme.

Mangoes could taste sour for consumers this year  (4/17/2007, The Hindu Business Line)

It is going to be a disappointing year for mango lovers this year, with Andhra Pradesh, one of the top mango producing States in the country, signalling a very low production this season.

Indian mangoes set to head to US  (4/5/2007, The Financial Times)

The Bush administration is actively clearing the way for Indian mango exports to America this harvest season, which would give Indian farmers access to the global market.

Inconsistent policies, data affecting sugar sector  (3/28/2007, The Hindu Business Line)

There is something seriously wrong with our sugar sector policies and data.While policies - cane pricing, free-sale quota and export restriction - have left no stakeholder happy, changes in output data have led to confusion.

India to blame for rising farm goods prices in Pak'  (1/25/2007, The Hindu Business Line)

POTATO prices in Pakistan have trebled in the last two months and Islamabad is blaming India for this. New Delhi is being held responsible for the rise in the prices of onion, tomato and garlic also.

Agriculture Board ensures supply of vegetables in Mumbai  (1/24/2007, The Hindu Business Line)

WITH Mumbai crying itself hoarse about the non-availability of essential items, the Maharashtra State Agriculture Marketing Board (MSAMB) has put in place a steady system to provide vegetables and fruits to consumers in the city.

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