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 Professor David Hughes

International Speaker on Global Food and Drink Industry Issues…

Around the world, David speaks to senior agribusiness and food industry managers about global food industry developments that are and will affect their businesses and industry. Energetic, engaging, humorous and insightful, David gains the very highest evaluations at seminars, conferences and Board level discussions in every continent he visits

Poultry Market Intelligence Forum – February 2020

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Introducing Doctor Food

An Introduction to Dr Food Weekly Food Business Insights

I hope you enjoy the below extracts from my Dr Food Weekly Food Business Insights

What? 5 punchy slides each with a distillation of a very recent interesting global food industry development, plus present and future implications for businesses.

When? Weekly, almost. How? You receive an email with a link to the page in our platform for the slides and a video where David wraps up the news and joins the dots for you! Ideal for consumption on your smartphone with a cup of coffee or tea!

 Who? Managers with career ambitions, civil servants, progressive farmers students, food industry anoraks!

 Why? Insights with business direction, career development, looking smart and in touch when talking to bosses and colleagues, and being the “Go To” person on global food industry developments in your business and personal tribe

How much? 1st Month for free. Then £12/€13/$15 per month.

Please, visit https://agribusiness.academy/drfood

Avoiding the Commodity Trap: Pink Lady a Trailblazer in Branding Fresh Apples

European "Big Food" Put Pressure on Brazil to Reduce Deforestation of the Amazon

Developments in European Farming Policies. Dr Food Weekly Insights No 44.
Your Indoor & Vertical Farming is Fashionable. Dr Food Insights Goes Here
Moving On from Heron Ingredientes to Dynamic Duos. Dr Food Insights
Enforceable Guidelines for Businesses Making Environment Claims are Needed and Soon

Keep up with my Recent Twitter Feed

A pandemic continuing to disrupt food production & distribution, war in a global bread basket (and where the perpetrator is the world’s largest NG supplier), food price riots in poor countries. It’s an African issue. Oh, & for 30% of households in any “developed” country, too 😱

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UK Office for National Statistics adds products that are in vogue from time to time when calculating the Consumer Price Index. Meat-free sausages have made it in, and tinned beans & frozen Yorkshire puds. I would have thought the latter 2 should have been included decades ago!

In local butcher: pork loin £5.50/kg (delivering losses to British pig producers); rib eye steak £35/kg (delivering happiness to British beef farmers). For the half of UK households who’re suffering financially, “let them eat pork” because few of them will be able to afford beef!

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