Future success with creative solutions developed in NZ

Understanding other cultures is key to New Zealand making its food attractive to different markets around the world and to boosting our export earnings, according to a top industrial designer. Matthijs Siljee, a Dutch professor at Massey University's college of creative arts believes selling more of the same thing won't achieve the Government's goal of tripling the value of food...

Quick-to-market route for vehicles carrying fresh produce planned at Channel Tunnel

Plans to trial a "quick-to-market" route for vehicles carrying fresh produce that are caught up in continuing delays at the Channel Tunnel have been welcomed by the Scottish Government. It comes after concerns were raised about the impact on Scottish businesses such as seafood exporters to France. The UK Government yesterday confirmed plans for lorries to be parked at...

AgroPress to offer full corporate publishing and advertising services for fresh produce business

AgroPress of Switzerland, a publishing house with more than 70 years of history has established a new department that focuses entirely on communication solutions for its clients in the fresh and nut business. The services include website design, hosting, social media services, photography and videography services, production of video, audio, photo and text content for all relevant media. Another aspect is...

ANUGA 2015 Discount announced

AgroPress is offering a special discount for all ads and subscriptions prior to ANUGA 2015 in the online shop. The discount is valid for all print subscriptions, the legendary Fruit World Map and even online and print advertising space but only for a limited time. It is a great value, so do not miss.

Documentary honors ‘The Queen of Kiwi’

FEAR NO FRUIT chronicles the colorful and layered history of Frieda Caplan, a.k.a. “The Queen of Kiwi.” The first woman to start her own company in a man’s world on the L.A. Wholesale Produce Market in the early 1960s, Frieda defied the odds during the “Mad Men” era and saw no obstacles. With her daughters Karen and Jackie now...
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