Opinion

  • Jim Prevor

    COVID vaccines are just the beginning

    • , Jim Prevor
    Most retailers have had record sales, but foodservice operators and suppliers have been hurt horribly.
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  • Jooste1

    The gray foxes of circular packaging

    • , Nic Jooste
    An enlightnening and fun conversation with Adriaan Verbeek and Aad Hoekstra of A Top
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  • Jim Prevor - The Perishable Pundit

    Fruits of Thought: What 35 years has delivered

    • , Jim Prevor
    'We wanted to find a way to take this industry in which my family had worked for as many generations as we know and make it better. I think we have pushed on that incline.'
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  • GILES2

    What's going on in the UK fresh produce sector?

    • , John Giles
    Supply chains, Brexit, foodservice: Companies will need to be more agile than ever to survive this uncertain period
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  • MARGETTS1

    The Smart Way To Meet The World’s Food Demands

    • , Matthew Margetts
    A combination of real-time information and historical data collection offers a chance to make food supply chains more streamlined, efficient and resilient
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  • Stefanie-Katzman-268x300

    The secret to success with organics

    • , Stefanie Katzman
    Partnering with a wholesaler on a terminal market can help you spruce up your supermarket
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  • nic_jooste

    Sustainable Packaging Solutions

    • , Nic Jooste
    European consumers open and discard an average of seven packages per day. The KIDV in the Netherlands is aiming to change that
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  • Jooste1

    Putting privilege into perspective

    • , Nic Jooste
    Living the good life shouldn't make you blind. It should open your eyes.
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  • PUNDIT7

    Chadwick Boseman's Untold Story

    • , Jim Prevor
    What Hasn’t Been Said About His Extraordinary Family, Community and Personal Effort
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  • Ian Hart

    Engineering a circular UK food economy

    • , Ian Hart
    Urban, low carbon and vertical agriculture projects show promise, but it's up to UK producers to keep the momentum going.
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