11 January 2013
Fresh Produce Journal's Digital Edition means you get to read Britain’s leading magazine for the fresh produce business without waiting for the print edition to arrive. FPJ is published every two weeks, providing the best industry analysis of the UK market as well as in-depth company, product and country profiles.
Fresh Produce Journal's is the reference point of choice for business leaders working in the UK’s fresh fruit and vegetable supply chain. They are the decision makers who operate from the supermarket shelf to the farm gate. They want quality news and information to give them the best competitive edge. They use FPJ as a platform to present their products and services to key buyers in the business.
The digital version offers additional functionality such as unlimited access for all users, a comprehensive search function to look for specific terms and access to issues dating back to January 2013.
This week’s FPJ features a look at the burgeoning British tomato sector, where optimism is being fuelled by investment in new glass and a switch to premium varieties. We also focus on Belgium’s preparations for Brexit, hear how the global organic sector has broken the $100bn barrier and look at the start of the domestic asparagus season.