Coverage of Europe’s local and international fruit and vegetable suppliers, including news and analysis of key areas such as production, trade, exports, logistics, and research and development.
Global Tomato Congress, the leading event for the fresh tomato business, returns to Rotterdam on 16 May for a full day of discussions and networking, with sustainability top of the agenda
The Assembly hosts a conference covering the implementation of the new CAP and the Green Deal, as well as the draft EU regulation on packaging
The European fresh produce association called for the WTO to ensure the current functioning of phytosanitary agreements before seeking to broaden their scope
Senasica publishes phytosanitary requirements for imports of mandarins, clementines and lemons
Exotics specialist TropiWorld is increasingly expanding into production, as it sees demand blossom for exotic roots, vegetables and fruits
Sustainable business advisor Coen van Iwaarden to take part in discussion on role of water in the future development of food systems worldwide
Increased customer demand is driving force behind new service between Denmark and China
Organic bananas, avocados, mangoes and table grapes in the north of the country have been affected
German discounter said this represents an increase of 23 per cent on the previous year
Dutch importer Yex says demand in northern Europe for the diminutive Italian limequat variety is strong and set to increase this season
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Data-led research into availability of fresh produce and its effect on human health suggests access to fruit and veg is vital for consumers
Suppliers have been carrying out a wide range of activity in recent months across a number of UK retailers
Strawberries down by 30 per cent, while blueberry and raspberry volumes also impacted
Industry will seek deeper understanding of dynamics of production and market demand
Haydy Shaheen, a foreign trade specialist with years of experience in the citrus business, will lead the operation
The impacts of climate change are becoming increasingly tangible globally, as T&G and its grower partners in New Zealand harvest and export new season apples following February’s cyclone
South African authorities to support the country’s citrus industry when ot comes to access in Far East and South East Asia
UK retail buyers are renowned for staying cool as a cucumber to guarantee supply. But in the past few weeks, the reliability of their sourcing programmes has been called into question
South Africa’s late table grape region in the Hex River Valley is expected to conclude its harvest during the next two weeks
Sustainable production with a strong focus on quality and consistency underpin the company’s growth. Fruitnet talks to partner Hugo Steeds