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Spain: UPA and COAG demand fair prices and greater control to guarantee the future of mango producers

Published Oct 6, 2022

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The Union of Small Farmers and Ranchers of Andalusia (UPA) and COAG Málaga have criticized this Wednesday what they have called "the critical situation experienced by mango producers, especially in the Axarquia, due to ruinous prices at source and speculation that make the survival of farms unfeasible".

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VELEZ-MÁLAGA (MÁLAGA), 5 Oct. (EUROPE PRESS) - The Union of Small Farmers and Ranchers of Andalusia (UPA) and COAG Málaga have criticized this Wednesday what they have called "the critical situation experienced by mango producers, especially in Axarquia, due to ruinous prices at origin and the speculation that make the survival of farms unfeasible". In a meeting between the general secretary of COAG Málaga, Antonio Rodríguez, and the general secretary of UPA Málaga, Francisco Moscoso, accompanied by the president of the Association of Municipalities Costa del Sol-Axarquia, José Juan Jiménez, those responsible for these groups have expressed "the tiredness of farmers and the need to adopt measures aimed at achieving fair prices and greater control of imports to guarantee the future of a subtropical crop that has become the second most important for the economy of Malaga". Given this, they have assured that one of the measures that will be implemented immediately is the presentation ...
Source: europapress
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