Opinion

  • Tom New

    It might pay to know your red onions better

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    Tom New, MD of Food Surveys Ltd, outlines the overall performance of fresh produce quality on retail shelves in the UK, compares it with the continent and highlights which product performs worst of all
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  • Philip Acock Fourayes

    Proud to be a family-owned business

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    The managing director of UK apple supplier Fourayes explains how leading a family-owned business is something to be proud of in view of the contribution his firm and others like it make to a healthy national economy
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  • Jim Prevor - PBUK

    New facts create new opportunities: don’t under-market your business

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    Jim Prevor, The Perishable Pundit, contemplates how the winners of tomorrow are those who best use new industry institutions to their advantage today
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  • Opinion_IGD Byfield-Green_Lisa

    The personalisation of online retail through mobile devices

    • , Lisa Byfield-Green
    Lisa Byfield-Green, a senior analyst for online and digital at retail insight firm IGD, considers how advances in mobile technology are set to revolutionise the way we shop both online and in-store
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  • Jim Prevor - PBUK

    Bruce Peterson and the importance of being mentored

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    Jim Prevor, the Perishable Pundit, considers the value of teaching and sharing experience but also the decline in willingness to do so due to the perceived dangers
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  • Laura Tomlinson PamLloyd PR

    Making fresh produce a fixture in consumer minds

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    PR and marketing specialist Laura Tomlinson believes engaging consumer education and inspiration will enable fresh produce to compete with cheaper processed food
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  • Tommy Leighton - PBUK

    How can we address commercial indifference towards the European market?

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    PBUK's managing director Tommy Leighton asks how the UK and Europe can remain attractive to global suppliers as trade patterns shift
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  • Carol Ford at LPS14

    There’s a place for UK produce in the ‘global village’

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    Fresh produce supply specialist Carol Ford highlights the real potential for UK growers to ship overseas and market under a prestigious, top quality British brand
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  • Jim Prevor - PBUK

    British politics viewed from an American perspective

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    Jim Prevor, the Perishable Pundit, considers the possible outcomes of the UK General Election on May 7 and what they might mean for produce companies
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  • Natalie Pavich_London Produce Show

    Food as art: bringing London Produce Show recipes to life

    • , Natalie Pavich
    Phoenix Media Network’s business development director, Natalie Pavich, explains how creating inspiring recipes to share on social media helps the produce industry become more accessible to the public
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