The London Produce Show and Conference (LPS) is both organised and hosted by the creators of the award-winning New York Produce Show and Conference (NYPS) and the Amsterdam Produce Summit (APS).
All of our events aim to connect growers and suppliers of produce and flowers with as many buyers of their products as possible, and provide the time and place for meaningful interaction. The model has proved extremely popular and the NYPS and LPS are now well-established international trade exhibitions and conferences for the fresh produce industry, set in the heart of two iconic cities.
The NYPS, presented by the Eastern Produce Council and Produce Business, takes place on December 10-13, 2018 in Manhattan and is the only annual produce show and conference in NYC. The NYPS was the first in our stable and folded the hugely successful event format that was adapted and rolled out in London and now Amsterdam.
Now in its eighth year, our New York show is held at the city’s Javits Center and attracts more than 400 exhibitors. The exhibition gives trade exhibitors direct access to a wide range of produce buyers from the retail, foodservice and wholesale sectors. A series of networking occasions, seminars and chef demonstrations run around and alongside the trade show, delivering every participant the opportunity to meet, share and learn with their counterparts from around the world.
Presented by the Fresh Produce Consortium and Produce Business UK magazine, the LPS (winner of Best International Event in the prestigious FAME Awards) has taken the NYPS model and adapted it for the evolving demands of the UK marketplace.
Again, it is the only annual produce show in town and it has been successful in attracting exhibitors and attendees from more than 50 countries to the English capital city in its first three years. The sixth LPS will take place on June 5-7, 2019 and returns to Grosvenor House on Park Lane in London.
The Amsterdam Produce Summit (APS) will take place on November 12-14, 2018. It will gather key thought-leaders and influencers from the international produce/retail industry to discuss one of the hottest topics affecting current and future sales of fresh fruits and vegetables… Retail Strategies: Seizing Success In The Omni-Channel Future. The event offers a full programme of highly focused conference sessions, complemented by a full day of expo and networking events, followed by a networking Cocktail Reception at the beautiful Koninklijk Instituut voor de Tropen (KIT) in Amsterdam. The APs rounds off with high-level industry tours to Amsterdam’s most progressive produce retailers and to the European headquarters of Robinson Fresh/CH Robinson.
Produce Business Magazine
The magazine is committed to ‘Initiating Industry Improvement’ by providing the trade’s leadership with insight and information that helps them better understand the industry of today and better prepare for the world of tomorrow.
Its well-known websites and e-newsletters, including Jim Prevor’s Perishable Pundit and PerishableNews.com, help further this mission as does it presentation of high quality face-to-face thought leadership events. Subscribe online: http://www.producebusiness.com/subscriber
Produce Business UK
Launched in February 2015, Produce Business UK (PBUK) is the sister title to print magazine Produce Business in the USA. (PBUK) is the free, online-only trade publication for fresh fruit and vegetable buyers.
PBUK aims to initiate industry innovation by focusing on the conversation, innovation, insight and analysis that underpins the fresh produce industry. The audience is primarily (UK) buyers (retailers, wholesalers, foodservice, restaurants, importers etc) and the readers also include fresh produce suppliers and service providers both in the UK and worldwide who are keen to find out more about the opportunities to do business in the UK.
PBUK looks at the new trends, topics, demands, innovations etc that will drive the future of the sector. In particular, focusing on the information, ideas and developments that will help the industry to do its business better, as well as covering all the routes to market so ultimately the industry can sell more fresh fruits and vegetables. Subscribe for free here: www.producebusinessuk.com/contact-us/Free-Subscription