Growers and their representatives have been left fuming as the government continues to fail to offer assurances over the growing labour crisis
With Southern Salads blaming Brexit for going under last month, is there something about prepared produce that has left its operators particularly vulnerable since last year’s referendum?
Chris Cowan, consumer insight director at Kantar Worldpanel, examines the buying habits of adults with kids
The UK could remove protectionist tariffs on South African citrus imports once it leaves the UK, writes Justin Chadwick
Even suppliers of commodity fresh produce items must work to understand consumer needs, writes Tunde Daczo
Amy Cross writes home about the price of produce in the US and why American retailers offer more loose formats
Retail prices may be rising at last but Brexit has brought currency volatility and concerns of an impending labour crisis
Comment: Michael Barker joins calls for a year-round campaign to help supercharge organic sales and match US levels
Special report: As European greenhouse vegetable suppliers look to consolidate, new potential strategies are emerging
The food supply chain needs to play its part if diets are to change, writes Borough Market MD Darren Henaghan
Chris Cowan, consumer insight director at Kantar Worldpanel, on the growth of the online channel for fresh produce
Michael Bennett, managing director at Pelican Communications, on why it's not enough just to slap a Union Jack on packs
Frank maternity discussions could see a better process for women returning to work and gaining senior roles, writes Jo Phillips, director of JW European
Sainsbury’s is currently undertaking a huge review that is reverberating throughout its supply base
Exacerbated by Brexit, the industry’s labour pains are becoming more apparent by the week, but what can be done to ease the pressure?
Higher prices, lower costs and less competition may tempt northern growers into honeyberries, according to speakers at the Global Berry Congress
As the UK officially triggers Brexit, the industry's labour pains are becoming more apparent. But what can be done?
Tunde Daczo, managing director at Storm Strategy, on why supply chain capabilities are critical to marketing success
The food to go aisle in many retailers is starting to 'mimic' the eating out experience, writes Professor David Hughes
Below-cost selling and deflation is leading to the demise of the produce business, writes Patrick Farrell of the Irish Farmers’ Association
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