Remembering the Pundit and a favorite tune this festive season

Jim Prevor, the longtime Editor-in-Chief, co-founder and chief executive at Produce Business magazine, passed away a few weeks ago. He has left an indelible mark on the industry he grew up in, as the great-grandson of a produce wholesaler and the son of a produce leader and marketer who carried on the legacy of the […]

Sysco’s Ian Nottage points the way: Using foodservice to boost produce consumption

Sicilian citrus supplier Oranfrizer reaps varietal rewards on UK retail market

At the upcoming London Produce Show, one of our featured speakers will be Ian Nottage, a classically trained Chef with over 40 years experience in the foodservice and hospitality industry and a Fellow of the Craft Guild of Chefs.  He is currently Head of Food Development at Sysco Speciality Group where he works with their extensive customer base […]

Italy produce trader Peviani ready to explore partnerships at London Produce Show

Exporters from Italian fresh produce wholesaler Peviani will be one of the many dynamic groups on hand at this year’s London Produce Show and Conference from 21-23 March, bringing their more than 100 years of experience and innovation to the floor at ExCel London. The company, which acquired its first farms in Southern Italy in […]

ICA Sweden’s Maria Wieloch On The Imperative Of Increasing Produce Consumption

We have worked with ICA’s Maria Wieloch, as she is not only an exceptional industry leader, but a rare trifecta, having presented at our events in London, Amsterdam and New York on a diverse range of topics: ICA’s Maria Wieloch Headlines Educational Seminar At London Produce Show; Talks About Halloween, Easter And How To Lift […]

NYPS Foodservice Forum: Imagining The Spirit Behind Ghost Kitchens

There’s no denying we’re continuing a new era of food delivery, but how can we do it smarter and in a way that preserves both the brand and the hospitality diners crave? Kristen Barnett, founder and chief executive of Hungry House, Brooklyn, NY, is forging a new model for ghost kitchens, working with chefs to […]

Consumers, Grapes and Gene Editing: Cornell’s Rickard Sheds Light On Latest Research

Brad Rickard has an inquisitive mind and a generous heart. He has presented with us in numerous venues and always left the audience thinking: Cornell Professor Brad RickardReturns To London To Unveil New Study: QUANTITY, VALUE AND DIVERSITY —The 10-Year Evolution Of Consumer Purchase Preferences For Packaged Produce Can Labeling Impact Food Waste?Is Zero Waste […]