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Total recap: Fruit Logistica 2018

Last week, Berlin was the centre of the international fresh produce sector for three days. Armed with a camera, pen and notepad, the editors of HortiDaily and our colleagues from our fresh trade publication FreshPlaza combed the halls. All halls were visited systematically, all exhibitors had their photo taken, and all novelties were recorded. This resulted in 11 photo reports so sit back and take your time.

You might have started yesterday with the report of the horticultural suppliers - but there's so much more. Click below for the photos of the...

Publication date: 2/13/2018
Author: Arlette Sijmonsma



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