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The South African Fruit Journal features current information pertaining to the fruit industry in SA.

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This bilingual, bi-monthly magazine’s main purpose is to transfer information to all role players and those interested parties in the SA Fruit Industry. We publish popular as well as scientific research articles of interest with subjects ranging from product innovation, agricultural services and training, marketing and exports, to international news and trends. This publication is an informative communication tool that unites the SA Fruit Industry.

The Subscription fee is R250 per annum for South African subscribers. This includes delivery of the journal at your doorstep.

As a grower or role player in the fruit industry, your subscription can ensure that you stay well-informed of the latest information and trends.

Catherine Milward Bridges Editor

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The magazine is published by the South African Fruit Journal (Pty) Ltd and the control is in hand. Shareholders in the magazine are the SA Apple and Pear Producers’ Association (SAAPPA), SA Stone Fruit Producers’ Association (SASPA), the Citrus Growers’ Association of Southern Africa (CGA), South African Table Grapes Industry (SATI) and the Fresh Produce Exporters’ Forum (FPEF). We are guaranteed our readership, as all the members of these bodies have magazines delivered to their doorstep.

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