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Recession over, global population increasing by billions over the next 30 years.  The outlook looks rosy for food exporters,  but dont expect an easy ride!

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2 Comments

  1. angelica Cintra-Reply
    22 November, 2010 at 5:15 pm

    I am interesting about some thoughts on consumers and food shopping in china.
    Never in my life I have one opportunity for travell for the other country .
    But in my city I use to eat in chinese`s restaurant and foods have good tastes and I think that have good nutrition `s balance.
    I would like too if you could some points about nutritional`s rotules and legislation in the world
    Thank very much

    Angelica cintra

  2. Taco van der Louw-Reply
    18 June, 2012 at 10:31 am

    Dear Professor David Hughes,

    I have seen a couple of very inspiring presentations from you (Last one was at Fresh Inspirations in Huntingdon in January 2012) and found this a very interesting website with lots of good advise. I have worked in the Fresh Produce industry in the UK for 8 years but originate from Holland where I have worked now for a further 7 years. I am now trying to become a Agri Food Chain lecturer (specialising in Sustainability) at the biggest Agricultural College in the Netherlands (I have an interview this week) . I was wondering if you have any good suggestions about literature, books websites, etc that could help me to inspire other poeple…

    Like to hear from you

    Many Thanks Taco van der Louw

    http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=63562572&trk=tab_pro

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