Packaging news and analysis for the fresh produce business in Australia and New Zealand.
Visitors can buy their tickets online now to save up to 40 per cent and beat the queues in Hong Kong
New packing line solution on show as Tomra Food welcomes the world avocado industry to New Zealand in April
Research from Wageningen University shows packaging company’s modified atmosphere offerings reduce food waste and its associated greenhouse gasses
British packaging specialist targets growth in key export market, appointing Tammy Spencer as ANZ manager
Free sustainability education programme for children to run this month
Asia’s premier fresh fruit and vegetable trade show returns to AsiaWorld-Expo in Hong Kong on 6-8 September 2023
Retailers including Aldi, Lidl, Delhaize, ICA and M&S among those who attended the leading event for the global berry business
Australian melon grower receives grant to upgrade packing facilities bolstering its export capabilities
New Zealand kiwifruit post-harvest operator announces NZ$30m notes issue to meet growth in kiwifruit demand
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Fruitnet’s annual event for the international berry business returns to Rotterdam on 15 November
Leading machinery and technology players will exhibit a range of solutions at Asia’s premier fresh produce trade show
Pilot programme tracked the movement of products in New South Wales cherry and potato supply chains
Packaging company adds new production factory in Japan and increases sales and logistics capacity in Australia
Melbourne facility to enhance manufacturing, sales and support services
New look and packaging to hit the market as Sunshine Coast strawberry season begins
Gift box created with Joy Wing Mau features fruit from eight different New Zealand brands and will be sold via wholesale markets and online channels
Pilot will remove plastic single-use plastic produce bags from 19 stores as part of sustainability commitments
Hortinvest in New Zealand is capturing the imagination of Chinese consumers with its cherries’ story, and hopes to do the same in the UK and Europe too
The new facility brings together business activities previously located in both Waikato and Auckland