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It is important to look beyond the boundaries of Europe at the potential of growth markets across the world
Professor David Hughes of Imperial College London looks at how the global financial crisis could influence future trends in the fresh produce sector
The role of the fresh produce department will be discussed at this year's Fresh Produce Forum, a day before Fruit Logistica
Supermarket figures on Christmas spending indicate that recessionary buying behaviour is “all but over”, according to TNS Worldpanel.
A new survey has suggested that UK consumers could permanently opt to purchase lower-priced products over organic, Fairtrade and eco-friendly goods
Knowledge gained from studying superfruit is now being transferred to vegetables, although strong marketing is required to drive the concept
The signs are there that better environmental stewardship is being borne out of necessity in the current global economic crisis
Indian suppliers will receive expert analysis of the latest market trends in the UK and European markets at the Fresh Produce India trade conference.
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