city of Johannesburg Joburg Market is affiliated to the following organisations below: The Produce Marketing Association The south african union of food markets The Perishable Products Export Control Board The South African National Accreditation System
 

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Joburg Market eNewsletter VOLUME 5, ISSUE 5 - July 2018

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Joburg Clean Sweep - August 2018

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Joburg Market eNewsletter VOLUME 4, ISSUE 4 - June 2018

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Joburg Market eNewsletter VOLUME 3, ISSUE 3 - May 2018

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Joburg Market eNewsletter VOLUME 2, ISSUE 2 - April 2018

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Joburg Market eNewsletter VOLUME 1, ISSUE 1 - March 2018

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JOBURG MARKET MEDIA STATEMENT REGARDING CORRUPTION ARTICLE

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Date codes are mandatory on all bags of potatoes as of the 1 July 2016.

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Dispensation on date codes expires on 30 June 2016, Dispensasie op datumkodes verval op 30 Junie 2016:
Dispensation on date codes expires on 30 June 2016

REGULATIONS RELATING TO THE GRADING, PACKING AND MARKING OF ONIONS AND SHALLOTS INTENDED FOR SALE IN THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA - Regulation R192 of 13 March 2015

Please take note that the Regulations shall come into operation three (3) months after the date of publication. Please forward to all onion producers and suppliers.

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Published Onions and Shallots Regulations (No. 192 of 13 March 2015)

Prohibiting sale of immature apples from SA Apple and Pear Producers' Association (SAAPPA) - 20 Feb 13

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Joburg Market AGM Notice - 19 Feb 13
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JOBURG MARKET EXPORTER AWARENESS PROGRAMME

18 FEB 2016

The City of Johannesburg in conjunction with Joburg Market, Small Enterprise Development (SEDA) and Gauteng Growth Development Agency (GGDA) have joined forces to bring the Exporter Awareness Programme for Agricultural and Agro-processing sectors to respective entrepreneurs.



Joburg Market coverage in the Mail & Guardian

29 May 2015

There’s a sweet smell of ripe fruit in the air, intermingled with whiffs of diesel, sweat, instant coffee, dust and vetkoek. It’s 11am on a Saturday at Jo’burg’s City Deep fresh produce market — the world’s largest, according to its website. Shiny 34-tonne trucks and ancient small bakkies are pulled up next to concrete ramps and loading points outside the market agents. Teams of people are loading goods.



Joburg Market is a member of World Union of Wholesale Markets (WUWM)