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European Market for Fruit and Vegetables by A.L. Hinton

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Written in English


  • Forestry & silviculture: practice & techniques,
  • Vegetable trade,
  • European Economic Community countries,
  • Agricultural Marketing,
  • Technology,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Europe,
  • Fruit trade,
  • Chemistry - General,
  • Industries - General,
  • Business & Economics / Industries,
  • Nature / Trees,
  • Science : Chemistry - General,
  • Agriculture - General,
  • European Economic Community co

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Number of Pages212
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Open LibraryOL8971239M
ISBN 101851666621
ISBN 109781851666621

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The EUROPEAN MARKET for FRUIT and VEGETABLES by Lynn Hinton. pages with index. Price: [pounds]. (UK: Elsevier Science Publishers Ltd) The author has set out to determine what happens in the rather diverse and dynamic market for both fruits and vegetables in the European context. CBI | Market Intelligence Trends Fresh Fruit and Vegetables in Europe | 3 Although still considered a niche, the organic market is expected to grow over the next years. Research company Technavio predicts organic food and drinks will grow by a combined yearly average of approximately 7% in Europe until the year File Size: KB. Promoting EU fruit and vegetables in the internal market and third countries. Improving the competitiveness of the EU fruit and vegetables production and trade. Pleading for a fairer, simpler, competitive, market oriented and targeted CAP for the future. Defending free competition in the Internal Market. Replacing sugar with alternatives can open more opportunities for developing country suppliers of processed fruit and vegetables in the European market. Examples of sweeteners include birch-based xylitol and green stevia, as well as natural syrups, such as coconut syrup and maple syrup.

Understanding the European fresh produce import market. Over the last few decades, a large number of developing countries have experienced rapid growth in their exports of fresh fruit and vegetables, developing from traditional tropical fruits such as bananas and pineapples, to include a broader array of fruits and vegetables. Page 18| The German and European Market of Fruit & Vegetable: Potential for Exports, Standards & Regulations 1. Market overview Total populationofEurope / EU: total, density, households • EU: 28 states, non-EU Europe: 23 states • In total population EU and non-EU amounts aprox. Mio (only for Russia count Mio). Vegetables which where known in Europe in Medieval Ages, as artichoke, aubergine or eggplant, cardoon, carrot, cabbage, medieval European gourd, melon, parsnip. Vegetables of transatlantic origin, as potatoes, tomatoes, reached Europe only later. Whether natural or organic, fresh or frozen, locally sourced, or sustainably grown, fruits and vegetables are an in demand food segment. Discover the information you need to be on top of the fruits and vegetables industry including farming, canned and frozen foods, fruit spreads, juices, dried fruits and vegetables, and sweeteners.

The European Market for Organic Fruit & Vegetables gives updated market forecasts and a comprehensive analysis of this fast growing market. Produced by continuously tracking the European organic products industry since , this report gives detailed market & competitive information for leading country markets. €m in – with vegetables accounting for 64 per cent and fruit 36 per cent. Based on sales volume, pears led the way ahead of tomatoes and apples. In terms of value, tomatoes, strawberries and pears were the top performers in recent years. Belgium is also the largest producer of frozen vegetables in Europe. Fruitnet Forum South-East Europe. November , Belgrade, Serbia. Fruitnet Forum South-East Europe returns to Belgrade for a fresh round of discussions. A focus on the strong potential in South-East Europe to grow the fresh fruit and vegetable industry.   European Commission - Press Release details page - European Commission - Press release Brussels, 13 March European fruit and vegetable producer organisations will benefit from simpler rules, reduced administrative burden and greater financial support in times of crisis thanks to new rules adopted today by the European Commission.