- Buitendienst Medewerker - België
- Assistant Grower Manager Tomato & Capsicums - Malaysia Highlands
- Assistant Grower Manager Lettuce & Herbs - Malaysia Highlands
- Team Leader - Quarantine Greenhouse - Netherlands/German border area
- Trainee Production Management - starting location Ethiopia
- Сhief technologist, Tula region - Russia
- Сhief technology officer, Tula region - Russia
- Controller Technician / Electrician - Horticulture, Australia
- International Editor – Netherlands
- Farming Manager – Atherton Tablelands, Australia
Top 5 -yesterday
- More sustainable packaging for Rockit mini-apple
- Chile: US retail begins to demand blockchain technology
- UK: Short supply creates "incredible" demand for sweet potatoes
- "The Paris basin is experiencing significant problems in terms of supply and quality"
- Improved weather conditions for Mexico blackberry season
Top 5 -last week
Top 5 -last month
Labelling of fruits and vegetables
"Terms like "Finest" or "Premium" can be misleading"
Information such as "Finest" or "Premium" in relation to Class I seems to imply the highest possible quality. However, according to corresponding EU regulation (DVO (EU) No. 543/2011) this would be indicated by the term “Extra”.
However, these terms may be used elsewhere on the packaging, outside the information label. The class information must always be displayed in a non-misleading manner, says the Federal Agency for Agriculture and Food.
Publication date :
Receive the daily newsletter in your email for free | Click here
Other news in this sector:
- 2018-12-07 Danish government in favor of banning thin plastic bags
- 2018-12-07 JJ Baby bell pepper gets new sustainable packaging
- 2018-12-06 More sustainable packaging for Rockit mini-apple
- 2018-12-06 Italy: Festive packaging for the Fellini Patrizio company
- 2018-12-05 Indonesian city outlaws plastic bags as campaigners push for wider bans
- 2018-12-05 Colombia: Professor designs a bag to keep fruits fresh for up to 60 days
- 2018-12-04 "Wooden packaging can already replace any other material"
- 2018-12-04 British greengrocers: "Backlash against plastic has sparked trade boom"
- 2018-12-03 Supermarkets see 80% drop in plastic bag consumption, Australia-wide
- 2018-11-30 Hort NZ says new Country of Origin Labelling laws are a big win for fruit and vegetable consumers
- 2018-11-29 Green and edible cling film
- 2018-11-29 Horticulture congratulates New Zealand Government on CoOL law
- 2018-11-29 Leading US herb producer transitions to Good Natured(R) plant-based packaging
- 2018-11-28 CKF appoints UK packaging company as exclusive distributors for Earthcycle
- 2018-11-28 Schulze wants to move the industry to combat waste
- 2018-11-28 Recognition of innovative product idea for design and functionality
- 2018-11-27 New Zealand: Plastic bags to be phased out by the middle of 2019
- 2018-11-27 Karlsruhe is still the heart of the strawberry and asparagus sectors
- 2018-11-27 Protection of our environment by packaging law
- 2018-11-27 Germany unveils five point plan to reduce plastic waste