FPJ: in print, on screen, in person
Fresh Produce Journal is the number one provider of news, information and analysis for the UK fresh produce business.
The FPJ is the reference point of choice for business leaders working in the UK’s fresh fruit and vegetable supply chain. They are the decision makers who operate from the supermarket shelf to the farm gate. They want quality news and information to give them the best competitive edge. They use the Fresh Produce Journal as a platform to present their products and services to key buyers in the business.
Fresh Produce Journal is available in print, online, and in person.
Fresh Produce Journal is published every two weeks, 25 times per year. It was first published in 1895. The magazine provides the best industry analysis of the UK market as well as in-depth company, product and country profiles. The print edition is also available as an ePaper for you to read on your computer screen. FPJ is also available for the iPad via the AppStore.
Quality news and information from FPJ is available online 24/7. The latest new stories from the magazine’s team of journalists and international correspondents are posted online at Fruitnet.com. You can read them on your desktop computer, tablet device, and your mobile phone.
Fresh Produce Journal is present at the world’s leading trade shows. It exhibits at FRUIT LOGISTICA in Berlin every February and ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA in Hong Kong every September. It is also present at World Food Moscow, PMA in the US, as well as Macfrut (Italy), and other regional trade shows. In the UK, Fresh Produce Journal is an exhibitor at Fruit Focus (July) and National Fruit Show (October).
Fresh Produce Journal is part of the Fruitnet Media International Group. It is the sister magazine of Eurofruit (for fresh produce buyers in Europe since 1973), Asiafruit (for fresh buyers in Asia, first published in 1995), Americafruit (the news service for North America since 2000) and Produce Plus Magazine (for Australia and New Zealand since 2012). It is also a partner of Fruchthandel Magazine, Germany's number one fresh fruit and vegetable trade magazine.