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Topfruit supplier OrchardWorld is celebrating 30 years in business this year. Michael Barker caught up with managing director Mark Culley, who has been there since the company’s inception
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Alva Smith, doctoral researcher at Edinburgh Napier University, explains why new genome sequencing technology could spell the end for listeria outbreaks
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Serbian berries are aiming to overhaul the production base to meet massive potential in the global fresh market
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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
A heritage crop, asparagus is enjoying its own renaissance with high demand from shoppers. A new brand in town will add to the optimism, but there are hardships unique to the vegetable
Key UK supplier Belgium is making the best of the Brexit uncertainty and believes its quality offer will keep winning it customers