The early bird rate for the UK Fruit & Vegetable Congress – which offers the chance to save 20 per cent on the full price – is ending this week.
Delegates should book their place by Friday 18 March to secure the discount at the most anticipated conference and networking event in the industry calendar.
The overall theme of the conference is Developing the Market & Consumers for the future, and will feature leading industry figures discussing strategies to help build sales and consumption, as well as wider issues in the current trade.
A lineup of high-profile speakers includes Reynolds MD Tony Reynolds, IGD chief economist James Walton, Poupart chairman Laurence Olins, Branston MD James Truscott, AHDB CEO Jane King, space journalist Sarah Cruddas, Total Produce brand manager Charlie Hicks, Bama trading director Oyvind Brisa, Zespri Europe general manager Bert Barmans, Soil Association head of farming Liz Bowles and NFU horticulture board vice chair Ali Capper.
Exclusive consumer research by England Marketing into public attitudes to buying fruit and vegetables will be revealed at the event, while the NFU will unveil details of a groundbreaking new fresh produce report.
The UK Fruit & Vegetable Congress takes place in the beautiful surroundings of The Belfry on 21 April, with a complimentary food and drink reception taking place the evening before the event.
To register, visit www.fpjconferences.com.