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.
17 November 2020, Singapore
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.
18-20 November 2020, Singapore
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.
21-22 September 2020, 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.
6 October 2020, 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.
3-5 February 2021, Berlin, Germany
The world's premier international fresh fruit and vegetable exhibition with 2,884 exhibitors and 70,000 visitors.
7-9 December 2020, Rotterdam, Netherlands
The annual conference event of choice for the international berry business. Attracts almost 600 of the world's top berry players.
23 April 2020, Mumbai, India
The world’s first mobile-ready fresh produce conference event. Fresh produce India is India’s annual must-attend conference and expo event for fresh fruits and vegetables. FPI LIVE livestreams on 23 April 2020. It’s FREE to join and open to anyone with a smartphone or a laptop and a hi-speed connection to the internet.
2-3 November 2020, Düsseldorf, Germany
The European Packaging Forum is a precisely tailored congress event for the fruit & vegetable industry.
8 July 2020, Shanghai
Get the best insights from our market analysts at Asiafruit as well as the biggest fresh produce buyers in China, and global suppliers who’ve grown their business with China over the last 20 years.
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21-22 September 2020
Ricoh Arena, Coventry
6 October 2020
2-3 November 2020
Dr Peter Orrell has launched a new company offering growers multiple benefits through the use of mycorrhizal fungi
Comment: John Perry, managing director of supply chain and logistics consultancy SCALA, believes the future could offer a boost to domestic farming as part of lasting changes after coronavirus
Interview: The EU's Liveseed project is a major initiative aimed at improving the organic seed sector for the benefit of all producers
Comment: Food policy expert says drastic measures are needed to iron out inequalities and prevent a health disaster
Comment: Shireen Kassam, visiting professor at the Health and Wellbeing Research Group, University of Winchester, picks out five lesser-known benefits of a fruit and veg-rich diet
Comment: GODAN executive director Andre Laperrière explains how open data can help farmers become more sustainable and reduce food waste in the supply chain
Lauren Alex O'Hagan, a research associate in the Centre for Language and Communication Research at Cardiff University, looks at how pineapples and celery were early examples of so-called 'food porn'
Prepared produce appears to meet many of the modern consumer’s demands, but the category is also facing a number of significant hurdles
FPJ industry commentator Heidi Gilmour casts her eye over the upcoming general election and what it means for farming
Lauren Alex O'Hagan, research associate in the Centre for Language and Communication Research at Cardiff University, looks at how fortunes have changed for the likes of kale and seaweed