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Rebecca Earle, professor of history at the University of Warwick, charts how the potato was a cornerstone of the fledgling healthy eating movement and why it's still relevant today
David Olivier, a postdoctoral research fellow at the Global Change and Sustainability Research Institute, University of the Witwatersrand, on why social networks are a key spinoff of urban farming
FPJ managing director Chris White fondly remembers David Shapley, who passed away this weekend at the age of 77
English apple producers are looking to extend the growing season as supermarket demand for homegrown produce increases
Fred Meintjes reports on why there is optimism that South Africa is entering the new season in a stronger position
With new global competition, a burgeoning domestic market and the possibilities created by Brexit, Nina Pullman looks at the changing face of UK-Kenyan produce supply
Peak growing season in the UK is minimising disruption from Calais troubles for now, but industry slams Calais wall proposals
Peru is gaining plaudits for its rapid growth in production and exports. John Giles asks if it can be considered the new Chile
They describe themselves as the matchmakers of fresh produce – but what does this latest wave of fruit and veg e-commerce platforms offer suppliers?
Fresca chairman on how the referendum result has complicated the lives of suppliers