Huercasa has presented a new product this year: beetroot cream
Carlos Olmos and his colleague at the Huercasa stand, eating cooked sweetcorn to start the day with energy
Enrique Colilles, Martina Otten and Alejandro Clavero, of Trops.
María Reyes and Daniel Zapata, at the stand of Reyes Gutiérrez and Avomix.
The company Avomix, sister of Reyes Gutiérrez, showcased its range of natural juices and sauces.
Paco Borrás, president of Anecoop, celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Bouquet brand.
Stand of Campo y Tierra del Jerte, Extremaduran firm devoted to cherry and stonefruit production.
Campo y Tierra del Jerte presented its new product: dry figs.
Stand of Explum, Extremaduran company devoted to the production of stonefruit and the marketing of vegetables, citrus fruits and kiwi.
Ana Omedes and Samuel Sancho, at the stand of Melocotón de Calanda.
Paula Spa and Norberto Cañadas, at the stand of SAT Campos de Granada.
Products showcased at the stand of SAT Campos de Granada.
María Pilar Palma, of Frutas La Extraterrestre, a producer and marketer of citrus fruits, kakis and sweet potato. It was its first visit to Fruit Logistica.
Belén Pérez and Víctor Folk, of the marketing and communications department of Granada La Palma.
Miguel Pérez, salesman of the Valencian company Mirofresh, visiting FreshPlaza's stand.
Stand of Bioconservación, a company specialised in extending the shelf life of food products.
Stand of the Extremaduran company Land Fruit, specialised in stonefruit.
Stand of Fresh Royal, promoting the stonefruit brand Metis.
Carlos Cumbreras, manager of Grufesa, launching new strawberry packaging formats for Valentine's Day.
Representatives of several leading companies and associations in Huelva's berry sector, such as Fresón de Palos, Cuna de Platero and Freshuelva.
Alberto Jiménez and Thomas at the stand of Euroberry, of the Hortifruit group.
"Packs of seedless grapes for children "Grapes to Go", from El Ciruelo."
Management and marketing team of the Murcian company Grupo El Ciruelo.
Ginés Navarro and Pedro Alderete, at the stand of Agridemur, a Murcia-based leaf vegetables producer.
Alexandre Pierron, president of Planasa, which will now also plant and market its Adelita raspberry in China.
Thomas Anderson, manager of the Murcian company Unexport.
Enrique Fuentes, of the commercial department of Hijos de Alberto del Cerro, promoting Murcian lemons. In the short term future, they will start their own line of organic lemons.
Stand of Tana, a Murcian company specialised in fresh and processed citrus products, with Blanca Martínez. They are now also marketing mangoes and avocados.
Fresh organic aloe vera leaves for cosmetic use, a new product from Tana.
Organic lemon skins, slices and strips, very suitable for baking.
Stand of Verdimed, promoting its mini vegetables.
Óscar Ramírez, manager of the Malaga-based firm TropiCo Spain.
Francesc Llonch, manager of Gavà Grup, and Carles Mayol, Sales Manager of Port de Barcelona, at the stand of Monterosa, the tomato with a summer Mediterranean flavour which is harvested in winter.
Manuel Limón, president of Bonafru (left), with his colleague, launching their new corporate image.
Stand of Frutas Montosa.
José Martínez Portero, president of UNICA Group.
"José Vercher and his daughter at the stand of Bollo, winner of the "Taste of the Year 2017" award."
Alberto Casanova, Miguel Ángel Manzano and Bruno Crabé, of Frutas Rafael Manzano, visiting Fruit Logistica.
Stand of Eurobanan.
The Jumosol team. The firm is devoted to the production and marketing of extra sweet onions.
Stand of the Almeria-based company El Balcón de Níjar, specialised in cherry tomatoes.
Cherry tomatoes in special packaging formats for snacking, from Grupo La Caña.
Stand of Grupo La Caña, a Granada-based company.
Gaspar Romero and Lijana Ziminaite, at the stand of Hortisol, a fruit and veg trader from Aguadulce, Almeria.
From left to right: Javier Bayona and Domingo, of Alianza Galadatrans; Álvaro Muñoz, of Vicente Giner, and Eduardo Díaz, of Unexport.
Ian Claydon, of Kernel Export.
Stand of Grupo Caparrós, promoting its exclusive pear cherry tomato variety Lobello.
Marketing team of Summer Fruit, a producer and marketer of stonefruit, cherries and pomegranates.
Stand of Primaflor.
Representatives of Fecoam, at the Murcia hall, with Santiago Vázquez, manager of La Vega de Cieza; Carmen Hernández, manager of AMOPA, and the president of El Limonar de Santomera.
Fermín Sánchez, president of the Murcian firm Gruventa.
Representatives of APOEXPA, at the Region of Murcia hall.
Stand of Alimer, Murcian company specialised in the production of broccoli, watermelon and other products.
Vicasol's management and commercial team.
Management and commercial team of Onubafruit, promoting their new exclusive raspberry varieties.
Stand of Haciendas Bio, a company specialised in organic and Demeter-certified products.
Jorge E. Rodiño, general director of Family Crop, devoted to the sale of stonefruit produced in the province of Badajoz.
Stand of Citrosol, Valencian company specialised in post-harvest solutions.
Stand of Primor Fruits, promoting its new brand for early stonefruit Sweet X-PERIENCE.
Representatives of the Murcian company Campo de Lorca, with its broccoli brand Criquet, at the Proexport hall.
David Amorós, sales manager for the Middle East and North America at Genuine Coconut, showcasing the coconut water that won the Fruit Logistica Innovation award last year.
Roberto Rodrigo, of Embalajes Serraenvas, and Roberto García, at the stand of FEDEMCO. Small wooden packaging is increasingly popular.
Stand of ASOCIEX, representing all fruit producers and exporters of the province of Castellon.
Management and commercial team of the Galician company TC Fruits.
Vicente Mingarro, of the billing and marketing department of the Castellon-based company Frutinter.
Stand of Naranjas de Valencia, the new brand presented for the first time at Fruit Logistica.
Miriam Cutillas, of the marketing department of Uvasdoce.
Gracia Teresí, sales director of Frutas Alegre, at the stand of the Kaki de la Ribera del Xúquer Regulatory Council, promoting the Persimon brand.
Enrique Ribes, general secretary of the Professional Association of Fruit Exporters of the Province of Castellón, ASOCIEX.
Commercial team of Agrofresh Export, presenting their new citrus brand, Montera.
Stand of the Valencian cooperative COPAL.
José Peiró, with his colleagues at the stand of Frutas Escrig.
Management and commercial team of Cambayas, Europe's largest cooperative of pomegranate producers. Its specialty: the Mollar de Elche pomegranate.
Miguel Matamoros, manager of Alcanar Verd Cítrics i Vivers, with his team, promoting the protected clementine variety Sando.
Manuel Segura, commercial director at Casi, Europe's largest cooperative of tomato producers.
Cerima team. The company, based in Tarragona, is specialised in the production and marketing of cherries.
Xavi Juvilla, manager of the Lleida-based firm Viyefruit.
Stand of Decco, multinational specialised in post- harvest solutions.
Stand of Port de Barcelona.
Stand of Jimbofresh, promoting Galia Okashi melons, which gave the fair a Japanese touch.
José Pellicer, business development director at Eurosemillas, promoting the late seedless mandarin variety Tango.
Stand of Cuadraspania, attending Fruit Logistica for the first time.
Stand of Cebollas Iniesta.
Cocktail party organised by Fruits de Ponent to celebrate its 25th anniversary.
The quarter of a century was decorated with fresh fruit skewers.
Sebastià Escarp, president of Fruits de Ponent, spoke to the media and noted that the Chinese market is their current target, although he warned that growth there would be slow.
Stand of CVVP promoting its orange, clementine, mandarin and lemon varieties.
Stand of UNIQ, the brand under which AFCO markets its corrugated cardboard packaging.
Stand of the Valencian company Hispalco, decorated with all sorts of fruits and vegetables.
Stand of the Valencian company Frío Mediterráneo promoting its brand Sunzest, used for the marketing of citrus, kakis and pomegranates.
Stand of the Spanish Kaki Association.
David Alba and Mateu Chilet, of Citrus Génesis, a company devoted to the management of protected varieties owned by AMC Group.
Stand of the Spanish-German company San Lucar.
Nelson, at the stand of Coopval, a Portuguese cooperative specialised in the production and marketing of Rocha pears.
Rocha pears, the flagship of Portuguese fruit agriculture.
Yerai and Emma, at the stand of Nufri, involved in a promotional campaign for their Livinda apples, which seek to gain ground in the Spanish market.
Stephane Buffat, manager of PSB Producción Vegetal, breeders of stonefruit varieties.
Management and commercial team of Llombart, a Spanish- German company specialised in the sale of citrus and all sorts of vegetables.
Tom Llombaerts, Production manager at Semillas Fitó, promoting Monterosa tomatoes, one of the products that has attracted the most interest at the fair.
Tropical Millenium, promoting its avocados, mangoes and papayas.
Stand of Badrinas, a company devoted to the manufacture and distribution of glues and adhesives for the agricultural sector.
Susana Giménez and Daniel Fernández, at the stand of Badrinas.
Management team of El Mosca, a company offering solutions for land and maritime shipments.
Commercial and marketing team of the Valencian company Peris, strongly committed to Piel de Sapo melons, as well as to fresh cut fruits and vegetables.
Joana Santos, of GL, promoting a new almond milk.
The Portuguese company GL produces and markets a wide range of juices and natural compotes.
Eduardo Pérez López, commercial director of Cebollas Cifuentes, and Rosario Cifuentes, of the export department.
Commercial and management team of the Medina Group, represented by its companies Inter Terra, which was promoting its Sharon kaki and kumquat, and Viveros California, which was promoting its Marisol strawberry and its San Rafael raspberry.