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.
3 September 2019, Hong Kong, China
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.
4-6 September 2019, Hong Kong, China
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.
16-17 September 2019, 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.
7-8 October 2019, 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.
26 November 2019, 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.
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Yorkshire Event Centre, Great Yorkshire Showground, Harrogate.
20-21 November 2019
Rotterdam, The Netherlands
26 November 2019
5-7 February 2020
Fruitnet is inviting everyone in the fresh produce business to say what they think about the future of the industry
Infarm co-founder Osnat Michaeli believes vertical farming can revolutionise global food production as populations grow and environmental pressures intensify. Fred Searle paid her a visit in Berlin
Food waste activist Raphael Fellmer is making food rescue convenient and affordable with his Berlin chain Sirplus, and as climate change intensifies he is in a hurry to make a difference
EVG’s new £28 million greenhouse is the latest in a new generation to drastically cut their environmental impact
Kantar consumer insight director Joe Shaw Roberts looks at what the prepared produce category needs to do to reverse declines
Once a major winter supplier to Britain, subsidy cuts due to Brexit could see the Canary Islands reduce UK exports even further
In the UK banana business, the balance of power as far as who handles imported bulk shipments in conventional reefer vessels remains delicately balanced between just two south-coast ports
The evolution of SH Pratt from Luton banana importer to fresh produce giant has seen many changes in the industry, but it remains a family affair
Banana supplier Daabon is taking its social responsibilities to the next level with an innovative project to empower Colombian women.
Tommy Leighton reports
Comment: Aldi UK buying director Richard Smith explains how the supermarket is supporting home-grown production