All Herbs articles – Page 15

  • Israel’s new start
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    Israel’s new start

    2012-03-30T09:11:05Z

    It’s been all change in the Israeli fresh produce market in the past year, with Agrexco’s much-publicised travails opening the door to other exporters to increase share. Tom Bonnett and Michael Barker examine the new state of the country’s industry

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    Tarragon shortage highlights progressive fresh herb industry to be proud of

    2012-03-30T09:09:15Z

    The panic brought by the recent tarragon shortage in the foodservice arena has highlighted the commercial revolution that the

  • Route to market
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    Route to market

    2012-03-30T09:07:11Z

    Britain’s wholesale markets are a crucial link in the foodservice chain, and the industry is proving an attractive alternative to growers disillusioned with the supermarkets. As part of FPJ’s foodservice series, Chloe Ryan finds out more

  • Israel’s new start
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    Israel’s new start

    2012-03-30T09:06:25Z

    It’s been all change in the Israeli fresh produce market in the past year, with Agrexco’s much-publicised travails opening the door to other exporters to increase share. Tom Bonnett and Michael Barker examine the new state of the country’s industry

  • Vitacress goes Dutch with Camino for new venture
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    Vitacress goes Dutch with Camino for new venture

    2012-03-09T09:01:02Z

    UK fresh herb and salads producer Vitacress Ltd has joined forces with Camino Real BV, part of the Dutch fresh herb producing Gipmans Group to create a new joint venture company called Vitacress Real BV.

  • Graham Ward OBE
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    Grower of the Year Awards revealed

    2012-02-24T14:01:01Z

    Graham Ward OBE of Stockbridge Technology Centre has been honoured for his outstanding contribution to industry at the Grower of the Year Awards 2012.

  • A fresh approach to frozen food
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    A fresh approach to frozen food

    2012-02-24T09:12:00Z

    In the current economic climate frozen food is experiencing a renaissance, with sales figures growing every year. Lisa Kjellsson looks at the factors behind the category’s success

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    Stores thinking ahead of winter weather

    2012-02-10T09:14:40Z

    Spring is in the air at Sainsbury’s and, while the majority of the country has been freezing, grow-your-own kits are

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    EC reviews high-risk products

    2012-02-09T10:01:02Z

    A European Commission working group review of EU food safety regulation has decided not to consider the inclusion of additional controls on beans and peas from Kenya, or herbs from Vietnam.

  • The other ornamental
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    The other ornamental

    2011-12-02T08:56:31Z

    An industry that has used the recession to its advantage, pot plants and foliage have seen demand rise and stabilise. Elizabeth O’Keefe rounds up the trends

  • James Martin on a mission
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    James Martin on a mission

    2011-11-18T11:24:44Z

    Nearly three million people wake up to James Martin every Saturday. The celebrity chef talks to Anna Sbuttoni about backing British, why there’s no such thing as free food and his favourite Ferrari

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    Bayer in German seed expansion

    2011-11-16T10:01:01Z

    Bayer CropScience subsidiary HILD samen GmbH has opened enlarged seed technology facilities at its site in Marbach am Neckar in Germany.

  • Sebastian James
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    Harper Adams waste research concludes

    2011-10-23T13:01:02Z

    A Harper Adams student has completed an extended practical research project into waste.

  • Lidl moves into fresh-cut herbs
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    Lidl moves into fresh-cut herbs

    2011-10-23T09:01:02Z

    Lidl is to stock fresh-cut herbs for the first time.

  • (L-r) Martyn Jones, group corporate services director for Morrisons, Patrick Bastow, MD Lincolnshire Herbs, Mats Mattsson, CEO of Swedeponic, owner of Lincolnshire Herbs and Rob Grundy, operations manager for LH celebrate the win
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    Fresh produce champions at IGD awards

    2011-10-17T14:01:01Z

    Two fresh produce firms came out on top at the annual IGD Food Industry Awards last week.

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    'Super Veg' takes to shelves as the winter nights draw in

    2011-10-14T15:07:09Z

    It’s always an intriguing process to record how UK multiples create new descriptive terminology on their packaging to

  • Three groups circle Agrexco
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    Three groups circle Agrexco

    2011-09-21T08:01:02Z

    At least three companies have expressed interest in acquiring liquidated Israeli exporter Agrexco, according to Ron Glowinsky, general manager of Agrexco UK.

  • Stephanie Moon
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    Herbs Unlimited extends operations

    2011-09-13T14:01:02Z

    Herbs Unlimited based near Thirsk, North Yorkshire is expanding its herb range and packhouse operations.

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    Inline makes a beeline for Europe

    2011-09-11T13:01:01Z

    US packaging specialist Inline Plastics is hoping to make greater inroads into Europe with an expansion in its facilities and tamper-safe solution for sprouting seeds.

  • Salad category experiences the calm after the storm
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    Salad category experiences the calm after the storm

    2011-08-19T09:52:28Z

    The salads industry was hit with an unprecedented crisis this quarter. More than any climatic event or economic shift, the E. coli effect has had a catastrophic impact on not just sales, but continued consumer confidence. Elizabeth O’Keefe reports