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Leaf & tobacco processing

Putting a label on cigars

03 Mar 2015. 'Cigar booms' have been declared at irregular intervals over the past two decades. Though growth in the US was strong last year, Europe lagged. Both markets, respectively the world's number one and number two, face stiffer regulation. The next boom report will have to wait.
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Building a better reference product

03 Mar 2015. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is working with the Kentucky Tobacco Research and Development Center (KTRDC) at the University of Kentucky to develop reference tobacco products and proficiency testing programs.
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An oriental tobacco enigma

03 Mar 2015. Oriental tobacco is pure paradox in name and plant form, and in its resilience to harsh field conditions and tight market economics. Greek Basma and Katerini which ‘survived and thrived’ in the period following EU decoupling of tobacco from its crop subsidies in 2006 are classic cases.
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Bulgartabac eyes new markets

03 Mar 2015. Results at Bulgartabac improved last year as sales abroad powered growth. The Bulgarian cigarette maker intends to expand exports in 2015 to buttress a still-dominant domestic presence.
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The need for diversification

03 Mar 2015. Antonio Abrunhosa, chief executive of the International Tobacco Growers Association (ITGA) comments on capitalism, business models, the supply chain, and sustainability.
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