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Perfecting Orchids

15 November 2018
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When properly handled, orchids can last at least 60 days at home with their flowers, but that is not always the case and orchid quality varies from retailer to retailer. Orchid sales in supermarkets have many challenges and there is still relatively little known about how to best keep orchids in store for maximum consumer satisfaction. We've been speaking to Royal FloraHolland to find out more.

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Make Room for the Mushrooms

08 November 2018
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Mushrooms are one of those parts of the fresh produce section that continually divide consumers. While some will stay away, disliking the texture and taste, others will add them to every meal possible. Mushrooms are an easy way to add extra flavour to a meal and are a particularly popular choice with the rise of vegetarianism and veganism among consumers.

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Let's Talk Kiwis

01 November 2018
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As the Italian Green Kiwifruit season starts we find ourselves once again analysing the quality of this unassuming, yet very popular, fruit.

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All Hail the Pumpkin

25 October 2018
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As October comes to an end there's one very large, orange vegetable that makes an appearance in the fresh produce section of the supermarkets. The pumpkin.

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Partnering In Quality

17 October 2018
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With Innovative Fresh, just like with N & S Quality Consultants, it's all about delivering quality. Innovative Fresh have more than 10 years experience and N & S Quality Consultants have over 20 years of experience in the Dutch market and both want to expand their services on the Scandinavian market.

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Welcome to the Olympic Games of Citrus

16 October 2018
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With the approach of winter and the Festive season, retail shelves are filling up with Clementines and Satsumas - the so-called Easy peelers.

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