Commercial Horticultural Association announces UK pavilion exhibitors at Fruit Logistica


Innovative UK companies line up for Fruit Logistica, Berlin 7-9 February 2024

Fruit Logistica covers every single sector of the fresh produce business and provides a complete picture of the latest innovations, products and services at every link in the international supply chain.

The event attracts around 63,000 visitors and 2,600 exhibitors from 140 countries, representing the global fresh produce trade across the entire sector. The Commercial Horticultural Association (CHA) will be hosting an innovative group of UK companies that are keen to develop their international business.

Companies taking part in the UK pavilion include:

Botanicoir, a leading manufacturer of coir substrate products, with expertise in specific mixes for strawberries, raspberries, tomatoes, cucumbers and aubergines. With production facilities in Sri Lanka and India, the company is able to guarantee a consistent supply and traceability of high-quality products.

As a globally operating company, and a leader in the UK market as well as the USA, Australia and Northern Europe, Botanicoir is positioned at the forefront of developments within the industry.

The company works alongside local agronomists and growers to develop products that provide the optimum substrate solutions for specific crops, local climates and existing systems.

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Primafruit is a leading name in the fresh produce industry, specializing in the sourcing and supply of fresh fruit to the UK market. The team is proud to work with one of Britain’s best-known retailers and other foodservice customers, delivering consistently great quality fresh fruit, year-round.

Primafruit product categories include bananas, citrus, stonefruit, grapes, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, dates, kiwi, exotic fruit, melon, pineapple, rhubarb, samphire and asparagus. Great tasting fruit is at the heart of the business, achieved by working closely with their talented network of growers from around the world.

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Bedfordshire Growers will be displaying its new Red Sweet Onion CALYPSO, bred over 30 years by one single grower, with incredibly low pungency, outstanding flavour and sweetness. It is a stunning red colour with splashes of pink and deep, strong internal colour. Bred and grown in England.

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The Scottish Agri Export Hub provides a platform for Scottish seed potato growers and exporting businesses from Scotland to engage with existing and new clients. Seed potatoes produced in Scotland are considered to be some of the best in the world.

With support from expert scientists and breeders in the industry, Scotland has highly specialised and innovative production systems to ensure high-quality and high-yielding potato crops. Customers of Scottish seed can be confident that they are buying and growing seed that has been produced by experts under the best possible conditions.

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Commercial Horticultural Association (CHA) is the British trade association for producers and suppliers of plants, produce and services. The CHA helps UK suppliers to export, facilitates trade links between UK suppliers and growers, wholesalers and retailers worldwide and lobbies government for export funding and support. The CHA team can advise visitors who would like to discover more about the UK market, CHA member companies or how to get involved.

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Information on the UK exhibitors can be found: Registration for tickets to visit Fruit Logistica is open now.

The Commercial Horticultural Association (CHA) is the British trade association for manufacturers and suppliers of plants, products and services to commercial horticultural growers throughout the world. Covering the ornamentals, fresh produce, amenity and landscape sectors, our members offer the full portfolio of products and services for all horticultural requirements.

The CHA is a Trade Challenge Partner and Accredited Trade Organisation (ATO) with the British Government’s Department for Business and Trade (DBT). The department helps UK-based companies succeed in the global economy. DBT offers expertise and contacts through its extensive network of specialists in the UK, and in British embassies and other diplomatic offices around the world. It works with CHA to provide companies with the tools they require to be competitive on the world stage.

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