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cater
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RE: That's got to hurt
24 Oct '14
Great, but the source of tomatos is coming from Northern Italy like i originally posted..
 
gixer
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24 Oct '14
True. So they are probably both produced in France now then
cater
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24 Oct '14
So back to what i originally posted...Northern italy is suffering a tomato crop shortage so this will affect FF1 production costs and inturn will affect FF2 production costs.
cater
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24 Oct '14
And it says DSM is open to the idea, not that it is...
cater
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24 Oct '14
FF2 comes from FF1...
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24 Oct '14
Portugal, southern Spain, even Southern Italy, have climates suitable for field growing at low cost with very small inputs. An article was posted here a while back showing DSM asking the Netherlands tomato growers to rise to the challenge, indicating that this is also a source A tomato needs zero frost, sunshine and water. Fertiliser can be artificial or natural ( Mine are 100% home made fertiliser from composted leaves, particularly comfrey and nettles).
Northern Italy has frosts, hard frosts, and a relatively short period of ideal weather, therefore is not a major source of tomato. The Dutch grow only in glasshouses, giving them the ability to grow over much longer periods, using highly automated care.
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That wont hurt
24 Oct '14
Where is FF manufactured?

France FF2 Northern Italy FF1

DSM explores Dutch tomato processing

Chemicals and nutritional ingredients group DSM is open for processing of Dutch tomatoes for a new health product for the consumer market: Fruit Flow.

http://www.gfactueel.nl/Glas/Nieuws/2014/3/DSM-kijkt-naar-verwerking-Nederlandse-tomaat-1492123W/
cater
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24 Oct '14
Not as long as you here SMSL
Andre292
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So I take it you have gone 'long' on tomotoes ! PMSL
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24 Oct '14
Where is FF manufactured? Ask yourself that. Look at what DSM say about sourcing locally. Look at the crop yields of the locale. Then add it up and put it in business terms...
Drivel is what you all talk when you hype this thing up drawing people to the wrong conclusion..
btya





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