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FARMERS in Alicante Province say they will suffer an immediate loss of €500,000 because they have lost the hospitality industry as major customers. Restaurants and...
COSTA Blanca orange farmers are up in arms over government plans to raise IVA taxes on sugary drinks from 10% to 21%, which will...
CORREOS has signed an agreement with the Union of Small Farmers and Ranchers (UPA) to integrate fresh produce into their Correos Market online store. Coming...
REVEALED: New data shows 600% price hikes on oranges, pushing farmers in Spain’s Andalucia ‘to the brink’
Andalucian farmers have been severely struggling recently, with international tariffs hitting the country hard
Unions representing 50,000 farmers accuse Segura river management body of ‘criminal negligence’ over devastating gota fría floods
UNIONS representing 50,000 of the nation’s farmers met last Friday with Mireia Mollá, the Regional Minister of Agriculture to accuse the organisation managing the...
More extreme weather hits southern Spain, with local farmers praying their crops have not been ruined by the storms.
British vegan activist claims she was shot at by ‘evil’ farmers after ‘rescuing’ 16 rabbits from a farm in...
Mia said that their pursers then surrounded them as they came to a dead-end, before managing to escape again onto the motorway, where the enraged farmers ‘pulled up alongside us and shot at us.’
OLIVE WATCHERS: Spain’s Civil Guard to make surprise visits to olive oil factories after weigh-in controversies
It will serve to dispel doubts that have always existed on the part of farmers who are going to weigh their fruit after a hard day of harvesting
The food and drink sector, including olive and olive oil manufacturers, and the aluminium and watch-making industries have all expressed grave concerns
The farmers, part of The Platform for those Affected by Xylella fastidiosa (AXFA), say current eradication plans mark the ‘beginning of the end of our forests, and of our people’.
RAMPING UP: Tensions flare as farmers plough into Barcelona on tractors ahead of Catalunya referendum
Farmers have descended on Barcelona in their tractors to park them in front of polling stations ahead of Sunday's vote.
Officials warned that an official drought decree is likely to be called in the Axarquia area
The national farmers union says they will do all they can to defend their stock
Officials suspect underhand tactics from farmers are to blame for fires
A Barcelona volunteer group is picking reject fruit and vegetables to help feed hungry Catalans
Shepherds from across Spain descend on the capital accompanied by their wooly friends
EU sanctions are putting the squeeze on suppliers
The French accused Spanish growers of 'dumping' low-cost fruits in their stores
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