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What can EU produce sector expect after Brexit?

What can EU produce sector expect after Brexit?

Published on Jan 06th, 2020
Source: Freshfel

 

 

With the UK all but certain to leave the EU in 2020, the European fruit and vegetable industry is viewing with great concern the potential impact this will have on intra-EU trade flows. A recent Rabobank report found that fresh produce will be the most affected food sector following Brexit, along with animal protein. At a time when the EU agricultural sector is still adjusting to the fallout of the Russian embargo, the potential loss of another key market could have devastating consequences.

Health trend favours frozen over fresh fruit

Health trend favours frozen over fresh fruit

Published on Apr 18th, 2016

Frozen fruit sales benefitted more than fresh fruit from the trends towards healthier diets which influenced the fresh food market in the United States last year.

According to Euromonitor, Americans are increasingly “counting ingredients, not calories” and eschewing heavily processed foods for fresh and natural offerings.

The rising relevance of mobile retail

The rising relevance of mobile retail

Published on Jan 07th, 2016

What are the top trends in retail? To find out and gain important insights into formats, internet sales, and location-based services, GfK, Germany's largest market research institute, surveyed more than 500 people from 60 countries, including members of the retail sector and relevant experts.

Why and where the market for fruit and vegetable ingredients is flourishing

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