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.
England’s farming union addresses urgent food production issues with political leaders at annual conference
NFU Cymru presents farming policy recommendations to Wales’ rural affairs minister Lesley Griffiths
NFU-commissioned independent review finds “no breach of procedure” in Red Tractor governance
Leading UK banana distributor expands its tropical fruit range with acquisition of mango business
The UK research, innovation and enterprise organisation is looking to fund businesses that can improve supply chain operations in fresh produce
With a broader range of product types, an array of trademarked brands, and a series of targeted marketing programmes, the business of selling apples has changed dramatically in recent years
Westminster’s response to Lords’ report is inadequate and misses chance to support the UK horticulture sector, farming union says
Demands for fairer pricing and a more streamlined approach to certifications top the agenda in Berlin
The six leading apple suppliers in the Southern Hemisphere will produce more and export more as a group in 2024, but the story is different for pears
The South African fruit industry says its answer to the proliferation of social and environmental certification schemes is rooted in realism and pragmatism
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HCP has had a strong year as it looks to become the one-stop shop for the whole of horticulture’s crop protection needs post-AHDB
Northeast African country’s production has potential to supplement year-round supply alongside South Africa, Morocco and Spain
SH Pratt Group business unit director João Barata talks to FPJ about the challenges facing the UK banana sector – and how his firm is working to mitigate them
For decades, own-label has dominated the fresh fruit and vegetable aisle at Britain’s top supermarkets. But now high costs and tough market conditions are putting huge pressure on margins. So is own-label still the only game in town?