Americafruit is the news and information service for fresh produce buyers in North America.
Eurofruit is Europe's leading source of fresh produce news and analysis
Asiafruit is the leading international magazine for fresh fruit and vegetable marketing and distribution in Asia.
Fresh Produce Journal is Britain's favourite fresh produce industry magazine since 1895.
Fruitnet Live organises the world’s leading fresh produce conference and networking events.
Produce Plus is the leading magazine for fresh produce marketing in Australia and New Zealand.
15 September 2020, Singapore
Asiafruit Congress is an unmissable event - get the best access to market insights and opportunities in Asia. The right choice for top executives in Asia's fresh produce business.
16-18 September 2020, Singapore
ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA is the only annual international trade exhibition for fresh fruit and vegetable marketing in Asia which focuses exclusively on the fresh produce sector and related value chain for the whole Asian region.
14-15 September 2020, Düsseldorf, Germany
DOGK is a one-day event with presentations in the plenary and parallel forums to all important and current topics and issues throughout the supply chain.
5-6 October 2020, Ricoh Arena, Coventry
The number-one conference event bringing together industry leaders from the length and breadth of the UK fresh produce industry to network, discuss and analyse the key issues facing the trade.
6-7 November 2019, Belgrade, Serbia
Fruitnet Forum South-East Europe returns to Belgrade for a fresh round of discussions. A focus on the strong potential in South-East Europe to grow the fresh fruit and vegetable industry.
24 November 2020, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Global Tomato Congress is the brand new business insights event for the fresh tomato category, bringing together the best and the brightest business minds from the Fresh Tomato business from all over the world.
5-7 February 2020, Berlin, Germany
The world's premier international fresh fruit and vegetable exhibition with 2,884 exhibitors and 70,000 visitors.
30 March-1 April 2020, Rotterdam, Netherlands
The annual conference event of choice for the international berry business. Attracts almost 600 of the world's top berry players.
22-24 April 2020, Mumbai, India
India's leading fresh produce conference and networking event. More than 250 delegates from India and rest of the world. Organised by Asiafruit Magazine.
3-4 June 2020, Düsseldorf, Germany
The European Packaging Forum is a precisely tailored congress event for the fruit & vegetable industry.
Forgotten your password?
by Anna Patoka 9 November 2016 Avocados
Will the election of Donald Trump as US president lead to the creation of a new…
Read: LatestMost read
5-7 February 2020
30 March-1 April 2020
22-24 April 2020
Fruitnet is inviting everyone in the fresh produce business to say what they think about the future of the industry
At the recent International Banana Congress Michael Barker caught up with Jorge Sauma, boss of the Costa Rican banana corporation Corbana, which organised the event
Fruit and vegetables among the 87 per cent of products that will have tariff-free access
These are exciting times for Colombian fruit producers, who have overcome a tough past and with the support of a new marketing campaign now have their sights set on the global export trade
Jeremy Lawrence Caradonna, adjunct professor of environmental studies at Canada's University of Victoria, considers how conventional farmers are adopting organic practices within their operations
Isabelle Chaboud, a professor at the Grenoble School of Management (GEM), looks at the possible long-term effects on the grocery market of Amazon's foray into food retail
Kiwifruit marketer announces executive-level restructure as it gears up to double global sales by 2025
World Apple and Pear Association forecasts fall in Southern Hemisphere topfruit production in 2016
Chilean Fruit Exporters Association signs agreement with e-commerce giant to promote and sell Chilean blueberries and cherries in China
The Trans Pacific Partnership will not deliver any significant benefits for Australia’s horticulture trade, argues market analyst Wayne Prowse