German consumption patterns are changing due to a combination of inflation, climate change and the pandemic, in this order of priority, according to expert consultant of AMI, Hans-Christoph Behr, speaking […]
Wed 30/11/2022 by Richard Wilkinson
Groenten Fruit Huis
With production in greenhouses across Europe slowing down, this is driving up vegetable prices across Europe. So far the high autumn temperatures have allowed production without heating, but this is […]
Tue 29/11/2022 by Richard Wilkinson
The Spanish spent €2.79bn on frozen food between January and September 2022, 7.6% more than in the same period in 2021, according to data provided to Efeagro by the consulting […]
Thu 17/11/2022 by Richard Wilkinson
Alexandra Rose Charity
The Alexandra Rose Charity and two London boroughs have launched the first large-scale “Fruit & Veg on Prescription” project, aimed at tackling health inequality and food poverty as part of […]
Mon 14/11/2022 by Richard Wilkinson
Discover the trends in Germany’s consumer demand for fresh produce, such as opportunities in ‘ethical’ labels.
Thu 10/11/2022 by Julie Butler
The Murcian company founded by Manuel Lucas González in 1970 is now an international player with a catalogue of over 20 types of vegetables. The firm guarantees environmental responsibility by investing in the latest […]
Fri 28/10/2022 by Amanda Cardinal
Overall demand is dropping as consumers battle with spiralling inflation, but online sales show growth.
Mon 24/10/2022 by Richard Wilkinson
McKinsey & Company
US imports of fruits jumped 15% in 2021, totalling $17.5 billion, while fresh vegetable imports totalled $10.6 billion, up 5% from 2020, according to the USDA, hitting a new record.
Mon 26/09/2022 by Nadia Venticinque
AECOC, one of Spain’s largest business organisations with over 32,000 associates, brought together more than 600 professionals in Valencia
Mon 19/09/2022 by Gloria Zorrilla
British Growers Association
The British Growers Association has called for an urgent reset in returns for vegetable growers to ensure future continuity of supply, warning that the future of British vegetable production is […]
Mon 15/08/2022 by Richard Wilkinson
After a year’s break due to the pandemic, the leading trade fair for the global fruit trade made a successful return, bringing together more than 40,000 buyers and trade visitors from 130 countries and over 2,000 exhibitors from 87 countries.
Tue 24/05/2022 by Amanda Cardinal