Analysis and insight for the UK fresh produce business.
New Rabobank market trend report highlights ongoing supply and demand growth
Published this week, Fruit Logistica’s latest European Statistics Handbook is free to download
Jamie Petchell showcases GPG/James Hutton's offer and looks at how the industry might develop in future
As new EU trade regulations bit on 1 January, ParcelHero warns unilateral action by the UK could result in a delayed hard Brexit
Vertical farmer and clean energy specialist Tristan Fischer has a plan he believes will transform the future of food production and help the world avoid climate catastrophe
Will NZ exporters target the UK with increased volumes of fruit following the recently signed FTA or will Asian markets take prominence? John Giles of Promar International assesses the situation
Veg Power’s new Market Insight Report underlines the scale of opportunity facing the vegetable sector right now and spells out how it can capitalise
UK seed breeder teams up with scientists to discover whether agri-tech can improve the resilience and duration of UK strawberry production
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After five years, four Covid variants, three prime ministers, two general elections and a lot of rotten vegetables, is Brexit quite the beast we feared it would be? Wellpak’s managing director Pascal Simian weighs in
Drones could account for 30 per cent of same-day deliveries by 2040, according to LEK Consulting
Comment: Brian Richardson, UK head of agriculture for Yorkshire Bank,discusses how new British consumer trends are supporting the national farming industry
The last-minute agreement with Brussels is a relief for Britain's fresh produce trade, but supply chains are set to get slower, more complicated and more expensive. Here's how the industry reacted to the deal