We are excited to officially launch the new Asiafruit app, offering the fresh produce industry the best way to keep informed and enjoy our magazines in new user-friendly digital formats.

Download the app onto your smartphone or tablet from theApp Storeor Google Play. It’s free to download and enables you to scroll through Asiafruit’s wide ranging and in-depth coverage of the key trends and developments in Asia’s fast-moving fresh produce business.

Times have changed significantly since we started work on the app last year and continue to move fast as the coronavirus pandemic unravels. Through the app we will do our small bit by helping you keep updated on the latest industry developments, and champion the incredible work this business is doing in distributing fresh, healthy food across Asia and the rest of the world under difficult circumstances.

In order to do this, we teamed up with the same people behind the mobile editions of The Economist, The London Evening Standard, GQ, Motorsport and many other top publications.

We’ll be adding new features soon. Look out for our free-to-access news feed, with the latest fresh produce stories, videos and podcasts. Plus, a dedicated China news stream keeping you up to speed on developments in China’s fresh fruit and vegetable market, which is curated by our editorial teams at Asiafruit and Asiafruit China, our Chinese-language platform.

Subscribers to Asiafruit Magazine can simply enter their Asiafruit subscription details to gain access to the digital editions of the magazine. Contactsubscriptions@fruitnet.comfor any inquiries or assistance.

Non-subscribers can purchase different subscription bundles on the app, or make one-off purchases of selected magazines. All purchases will be charged to your iTunes or Google Play accounts.

We are offering a free two-week trial to kick things off, with users given 14 days' access to all app content.

So give it a try! Download the app here, or find it on the App Store or Google Play. Our app is the latest innovation from Asiafruit. We were the first industry publication to provide dedicated coverage of Asia’s fresh produce trade in 1995, the first to launch an annual event (Asiafruit Congress) for the fresh fruit and vegetable business in Asia more than 20 years ago, and the first with a smartphone app in 2020. You don’t want to miss this.