BIBLIOTECA HORTICULTURA

BIBLIOTECA HORTICULTURA

  • New: Start-up Day at FRUIT LOGISTICA 2019

    New: Start-up Day at FRUIT LOGISTICA 2019

    "If you start me up – I'll never stop." This line from a Rolling Stones song describes the need for an incentive to get the ball rolling. FRUIT LOGISTICA now offers this incentive to young, creative and innovative companies. Focusing on the theme "Disrupt Agriculture", the first Start-up Day event will take place on 8 February 2019 in conjunction with the leading trade fair for the global fresh produce trade. On Friday, 8 February, Hall 9 will serve as a networking hub for start-ups and established companies across the value chain. The start-up area is the place to be for anyone interested… Read more

  • Big opportunity for producer/supplier brands to build a consumer following in Asia

    Big opportunity for producer/supplier brands to build a consumer following in Asia

    The 20th edition of Asiafruit Congress reflects on the evolution of the Asian market, and asks what lies ahead for suppliers to the region. Asia has shaped the international fresh produce landscape over the past 20 years and will set the agenda for global suppliers in the coming decade as rising income levels continue to fuel demand for premium imported fruit. This was one of the key messages from the 20th edition of Asiafruit Congress, which drew more than 450 delegates from 41 countries to AsiaWorld-Expo in Hong Kong on 4 September. Opening the conference with a look back over key… Read more

  • The stars of the fresh produce business come together at FRUIT LOGISTICA

    The stars of the fresh produce business come together at FRUIT LOGISTICA

    Fernando Hierro, Spain’s national football coach and a supplier of mangoes and avocados to leading tropical fruit supplier Trops, surely knows it better than most: whether you find yourself in a football stadium or an exhibition hall, when the best players converge on the biggest arenas to show off their skills, there is always plenty of excitement and interest, as well as a greater sense of community and cooperation. FRUIT LOGISTICA, the leading trade fair for the international fruit and vegetable industry, could easily be likened to the World Cup in terms of the important role it plays in… Read more

  • Logistics and tech in focus ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA

    Logistics and tech in focus ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA

    What does blockchain mean for the future of the fresh produce business? What role can the logistics sector play in cutting down on perishable food waste? What opportunities are there for fresh produce marketers in the rapidly evolving foodservice space? These are just a few of the questions that will be asked and answered by an information-packed programme of Hall Forums at ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA, Asia’s premier continental trade show for fresh fruit and vegetable marketing. ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA returns to Hong Kong’s AsiaWorld-Expo Center on 5-7 September 2018, and visitors will be able to… Read more

  • From fast food to fresh feasts: FRUIT LOGISTICA Trend Report Part 4 – free download available

    From fast food to fresh feasts: FRUIT LOGISTICA Trend Report Part 4 – free download available

    In an age where the quality of fast food is rapidly improving and consumer demand for meals outside the home is bubbling away nicely, the fresh fruit and vegetable business could potentially dine out on the healthy eating trend for many years to come. That’s the main conclusion drawn in the fourth and final part of Disruption in Fruit & Vegetable Distribution, FRUIT LOGISTICA and Oliver Wyman’s ground-breaking free report about the future of international fresh produce supply chains. With healthy options very much on the menu, fresh produce is serving up precisely the kind of additional… Read more

  • Even more on offer at ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA

    Even more on offer at ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA

    Leading companies across the global fresh fruit and vegetable business are gearing up to make a splash at ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA, which returns to Hong Kong’s AsiaWorld-Expo Center on 5-7 September 2018. ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA confirmed its position as Asia’s premier continental trade show for the fresh fruit and vegetable business in 2017, attracting more than 13,000 high-quality visitors from 76 different countries. Well over three quarters of those visitors came from Asia, representing 20 different markets across the Asia-Pacific region. Read more

  • FRUIT LOGISTICA remains the fresh produce industry’s best shop window

    FRUIT LOGISTICA remains the fresh produce industry’s best shop window

    The bigger the market, the bigger the demand. With consumer spending on fresh fruit and vegetables in Europe increasing to an expected €800bn by 2030*, the importance of the global fresh produce industry’s leading exhibition FRUIT LOGISTICA also continues to grow. That’s because the buyers, category managers and importers who attend in greater number each year now find themselves under increasing pressure to secure sustainable sources of supply while developing ever more reliable, technologically sophisticated distribution chains to bring that produce to market. Read more

  • A fork in the retail road for fresh produce companies? FRUIT LOGISTICA Trend Report Part 3 – free download available

    A fork in the retail road for fresh produce companies? FRUIT LOGISTICA Trend Report Part 3 – free download available

    In future, online grocery growth will come in many forms, some of it through internet-based, direct-to-consumer models, some of it driven by bricks-and-mortar retailers seeking to diversify. But which path will yield more growth for the fresh produce business? Read more

  • Is this the end of ‘retailer vs supplier’? FRUIT LOGISTICA Trend Report Part 2 – free download available

    Is this the end of ‘retailer vs supplier’? FRUIT LOGISTICA Trend Report Part 2 – free download available

    Is the age of retailer versus supplier coming to an end? As companies in all parts of the fresh produce business come under greater pressure to provide faster, more flexible and more predictable supply, the importance of strategic partnerships between these different players is also increasing. That’s one of the major conclusions drawn in Part 2 of Disruption in Fruit & Vegetable Distribution, a groundbreaking new trend report published by leading industry exhibition FRUIT LOGISTICA and written by management consultancy Oliver Wyman. Read more

  • Helping the fresh produce business move forward: FRUIT LOGISTICA Trend Report Part 1 – free download available

    Helping the fresh produce business move forward: FRUIT LOGISTICA Trend Report Part 1 – free download available

    Worldwide consumer spending on fruit and vegetables is expected to approach the five-trillion euro mark by 2030, according to new research written by consultancy Oliver Wyman and published exclusively by FRUIT LOGISTICA, the world’s leading trade fair for the fresh fruit and vegetable business. Click here to download your free copy of Part 1 of the FRUIT LOGISTICA Trend Report 2018. Further chapters will be published on the FRUIT LOGISTICA website over the coming months. Read more