Fruit Logistica

FRUIT LOGISTICA 2021: Inspire by focusing on change and opportunity

FRUIT LOGISTICA 2021: Inspire by focusing on change and opportunity

Published on Jul 08th, 2020

Berlin, 6 July 2020 – FRUIT LOGISTICA is reaffirming its ambition in a time of unprecedented challenge, transition and reinvention for fresh fruit and vegetable businesses everywhere by focusing its 2021 edition on the many opportunities for all those fresh produce professionals who come together every February in Berlin.

“FRUIT LOGISTICA is the platform to set scene for new opportunities for the global fresh produce business and to prepare the new global scenario”, says Madlen Miserius, Senior Product Manager at FRUIT LOGISTICA.  

FRUIT LOGISTICA 2021: Pressing Refresh

FRUIT LOGISTICA 2021: Pressing Refresh

Published on Jun 17th, 2020
PRESS RELEASE

 

The leading trade fair for the global fruit tradeoffers a special report about the impact of the coronavirus crisis on the fresh produce industry.

Berlin, 17 June 2020 - As part of its continued commitment to supporting the international fruit and vegetable business, FRUIT LOGISTICA is making a special report about the impact of the coronavirus crisis on the fresh produce industry freely available to all.

FRUIT LOGISTICA 2021: Creating new perspectives for the global fresh produce business

FRUIT LOGISTICA 2021: Creating new perspectives for the global fresh produce business

Published on May 19th, 2020

                                                                                                                                                                                           Press release

 

Food Chain Partnership in the Netherlands

Ecuador convinces with fruity variety

Success in Berlin for the 'CIV & Friends Meeting' event and the Modì Apple International meeting with Licensees

Success in Berlin for the 'CIV & Friends Meeting' event and the Modì Apple International meeting with Licensees

Published on Feb 27th, 2020

 

The CIV celebrates the 50 years of its Indian partner IG International

The CIV (Consorzio Italiano Vivaisti of San Giuseppe di Comacchio (Ferrara, Italy)), which stands for excellence in innovative varietal research at an international level, is taking stock of its participation in Fruit Logistica 2020, the world's leading event dedicated to the world of fruit and vegetables - , which has become an important meeting place for international operatorswho are interested in new products and major varietal development projects. 

Fruit Logistica registers slight drop in attendance 

Ecuador Exquisito 2.0

Ecuador Exquisito 2.0

Published on Feb 24th, 2020

As part of Ecuador's participation as a Guest Country at Fruit Logistica, Ecuador Exquisito, an institutional brand for the promotion of the Premium export food and beverages sector of Ecuador, was presented through gastronomic tastings involving outstanding Ecuadorian and foreign chefs. Such promotional events are organised abroad in coordination with the network and commercial offices.

Peru closes deals to the tune of USD$300 million at the world’s leading fruit and vegetable trade fair 

Peru closes deals to the tune of USD$300 million at the world’s leading fruit and vegetable trade fair 

Published on Feb 13th, 2020

• Over the three days of the Fruit Logistica trade fair, 400 Peruvian companies firmed up 1,200 trade deals. 
 
• The Peruvian drive to promote its agri-food products will continue at Biofach 2020, the European organic food trade fair. 
 
Some 400 Peruvian companies managed to close business deals amounting to USD$300 million during Fruit Logistica 2020, a record figure for the country at the world’s most important fruit and vegetable trade fair, noted the Commission for the Promotion of Peru for Exports and Tourism (PROMPERÚ). 

The Yoom tomato scoops Innovation of the Year prize

The Yoom tomato scoops Innovation of the Year prize

Published on Feb 11th, 2020

This year's FRUIT LOGISTICA Innovation Award (FLIA) has gone to the "Yoom™" tomato from Syngenta Seeds. Garnering about 30% of the overall votes, the tomato was the clear winner in the competition to determine the best innovation in the international fruit and vegetable industry. 

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