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About SAFJ

Since the establishment of the Fruit South Africa Promotion Campaign, the need for a unifying industry communication tool arose.

The Deciduous Fruit Board established Die Sagtevrugteboer in the late 1950s.

The Fruit South Africa Promotion Campaign then identified the need for a unifying industry communication tool. So, Fruit South Africa was established in 2000, to represent the entire fruit industry of SA.

Then the South African Fruit Journal/Suid-Afrikaanse Vrugtejoernaal was launched in June 2001 to publish the outputs of the different sectors within the fruit industry (i.e. deciduous fruit, citrus, table grapes and export). The magazine features dedicated sections for the different fruit sectors as well as market, industry and research news.

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Hou tred met die nuutste tendense en inligting en bly op hoogte van verwikkelinge in die Suid-Afrikaanse vrugtebedryf in. Die Suid-Afrikaanse Vrugtejoernaal is ‘n tweemaandelikse, tweetalige glanstydskrif vir die vrugtebedryf. Sy hoofdoel is om lesers in te lig oor tendense en deur in-diepte artikels op hoogte te hou van die nuutste navorsing in die vrugtebedryf. Enig in sy soort, kan hierdie tydskrif belang vind by die vrugteprodusent, navorser, uitvoerder, diensteverskaffer, belanghebbende en enige belangstellendes in die Suid-Afrikaanse vrugtebedryf.

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Board of Directors

Anton Rabe

Executive Director, Hortgro

Justin Chadwick

CEO, Citrus Growers’ Association

Willem Bestbier

CEO, SA Table Grape Industry

Anton Kruger

CEO, Fresh Produce Exporters’ Forum

Editorial Committee

Catherine Milward-Bridges

Editor

Elise-Marie Steenkamp

Hortgro

Carmé Naudé

Hortgro

Anna Mouton

Hortgro

Gloria Weare

Citrus Growers’ Association (CGA)

Paul Cronjé

Citrus Research International (CRI)

Clayton Swart

SA Table Grape Industry (SATI)

Tarryn Wettergreen

SA Table Grape Industry (SATI)

Claudia Walklett

Fresh Produce Exporters’ Forum (FPEF)
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