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.
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Fruitnet Live organises the world’s leading fresh produce conference and networking events.
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4 September 2018, HONG KONG (China)
Asia's premier conference event for the fresh produce business takes place in Hong Kong alongside ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA. 400+ delegates from 40 countries.
4 December 2017, DUBAI (UAE)
Fruitnet Forum Middle East is held a day before of WOP DUBAI, region's annual trade show for fresh industry members to meet and make business.
19-21 March 2018, ROTTERDAM (The Netherlands)
The annual conference event of choice for the international berry business. Attracts more than 350 of the world's top berry players.
5-7 September 2018, HONG KONG(China)
Asia's leading fresh produce trade show. ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA 2016 attracted more than 11000 top decision-makers from 74 countries to Hong Kong. A growth of 22% compared with 2015.
7-10 February 2018, BERLIN (Germany)
The world's premier international fresh fruit and vegetable exhibition with 2,884 exhibitors and 70,000 visitors.
26-27 April 2018, 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.
14-16 May 2018, Shanghai
The number one conference and networking event for leading fresh produce decision-makers powered by Asiafruit Magazine and ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA
4 May 2017, Belfry Hotel & Resort, Birmingham (United Kingdom)
FPJ Live is the number-one platform for fresh produce leaders to meet and discuss the future of the trade
21-22 November 2017, BELGRADE (Serbia)
Fruitnet Forum South-East Europe returns to Belgrade for a fresh round of discussions and networking designed to promote interest, investment and innovation in new and emerging areas of the fresh produce business.
20-21 September 2018, 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.
14-15 June 2018, Düsseldorf, Germany
From seed to fork. Europe's new networking and information platform for the entire tomato sector.
5-7 December 2017, Dubai World Trade Center (UAE)
WOP DUBAI or International Perishables Middle East is the Middle East’s only dedicated show for fresh fruits and vegetables. It is now on its 9th Edition.
23-27 October 2017, Melbourne
World Union of Markets Congress, a global event which will be jointly hosted by the Melbourne Market Authority, Queen Victoria Market and Sydney Markets Limited in Australia from 23 to 27 October 2017.
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