Essential stories, analysis and research from Europe’s fresh produce markets, with a focus on imports, retail, wholesale, marketing, and consumers.
Group is to offer Costa Rica-grown carbon neutral-certified pineapples from farm to table through carbon insetting
Three in every 10 trucks entering the EU will now be subjected to pesticide analysis after increase in detections
Some 54.6 per cent of European children consumed fruit, vegetables and milk in those schools utilising the community promotion programme
Devastating tomato virus sparks urgent calls for resistant varieties, with breeder anticipating strong demand for new round cultivar
Harvest volumes in Piedmont and Val Venosta are at the same level as last year, with apple quality said to be good
Former Capespan and Unifruco chairman rewarded for his conservation work on his family fruit farm in Elgin, South Africa
The climate action group is calling on more businesses in the UK to take immediate action on climate change, including efforts on food waste and plastic packaging
Supplier forecasts major growth in exports and domestic supply if Vietnam can attract overseas investment, open up new markets, and modernise production methods
The Egyptian grower-exporter is confident of the continued potential of Egyptian produce on the world stage, expanding production and investing in packing and juicing facilities
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Comment: Fresh produce firms must remain agile to meet fluctuating demand, as well as considering investment in automation and AI, as they face up to supply chain instability, inflation, labour shortages and climate change
French kiwifruit specialist Primland is continuing its “We are growers” positioning for Northern Hemisphere exports, establishing partnerships for Oscar kiwifruit with growers in Greece, Italy and Portugal
Retailer sets CO2 emission reduction targets for its entire value chain in line with UN goal of keeping global warming below 1.5°C
New-look ‘interspecific’ plum varieties are making headway in South Africa, offering greater options for exporters