Produce Business UK Archive

  • SEARCYS5

    Searcys embraces plant-based eating opportunity for fine dining occasions

    One of the UK’s oldest catering companies invites fresh produce suppliers to join its mission to put more fruit and vegetables on plates. Read more >

  • CHILEPORT

    UK signs trade continuity agreement with Chile as Brexit date approaches

    British Ambassador to Chile Jamie Bowden affirms, 'there will be no disruption to UK-Chile trade as the UK leaves the EU.' Read more >

  • Cartama avocados in boxes

    New trends to further drive avocado growth in 2019, says World Avocado Organization

    Forecast, which predicts additional rise by 15 percent per year, touts veganism, health, good fats, photo opportunities and frozen treats for avocados' bright outlook. Read more >

  • EATTHEM4

    It's Crunch Time: New TV campaign launches tonight to inspire kids to eat healthy

    ITV and Veg Power have partnered in a forward-thinking, superhero-inspired way to give children the power and the desire to consume more vegetables. Read more >

  • Sophie

    Superfoods Peru launches young chefs campaign with Westminster Kingsway College

    Entries being accepted for Chef of the Year competition, which will honour the winner with a trip to South America to show off their skills. Read more >

  • ALDI1

    Aldi commits to Team GB partnership through the 2024 Paris Olympic Games

    Top British athletes will continue to have training fueled by Aldi, which will provide fresh produce through its Homegrown Heroes programme. Read more >

  • Red and white grapes

    Inaugural Global Grape Summit will take place at Grosvenor House this June

    The event will include a special section on the UK market and look at international marketing, the latest trends in supply and retail, and examine varietal development. Read more >

  • FRANKISH

    Frankish to take reins as new Chair for Covent Garden Market Authority

    The current Vice Chair of NFT Distribution Ltd takes over for Pam Alexander, who helped to oversee the £200m redevelopment of the market. Read more >

  • MOBY1

    MobyMart staffless stores to expand in China, with US and European entries in pipeline

    Co-founder of Moby's on-the-go formats says, 'what we’re doing, as far as I know, no one else is doing ... one person in one day can operate eight to 10 stores depending on how spread out they are.' Read more >

  • AVOCADOSLICE

    Costly cutting: Avocado-related injuries, insurance claims on the rise in New Zealand

    Experts say improper slicing techniques to blame; patients at British hospitals in London also have been treated for 'avocado hand.' Read more >