Charlotte Cowling and Zeenat Anjari with a beautiful display from New Covent Garden Market.
Peter Osbourne, Harvey Cleeton and Dan Byrd at FerryFast.
Jan Hutchinson at the New Spittalfields Market stand with an impressive display of vegetables. On Friday there was a chance to join the tour to see the market
Greg Begley and Lucasz Wach, Begley's is undergoing a re-brand at the moment.
The ladies at Zespri were at the show to promote the Zespri SunGold variety which is still quite new in the UK market. Lorraine Kirby, Jayne Chamberlain, Grace Rishworth and Sarah Morgan.
Martin Riedel and Hannes Nieuwoudt at Dole South Africa present to support the Sunworld grape varieties.
Alex Moore, Mark and Yvonne Tweddle at Jupiter Marketing.
Dominic Houlihan at P&I Fruits.
Evelina Rapecko and Simon Pierce at Richard Hochfield.
Kristy Fox and Erick Ajuilar Vargas, Jnf Fox were at the show to promote a new healthy snack range which includes dried bananas, pineapple and mango
John Gray from Angus Soft Fruits was visiting the show.
Natasha Foster and Sarah Neale at LinkFresh.
Peter Meadows - The Garden, Maxine Broderick and Esther Ritson Elliott from California Prunes and Ian Forbes, The Garden.
Penny Ruszczynski and Sam Viney at Farm Africa an organisation which uses fresh produce to alleviate poverty in Africa.
Benjamin Singh and Alberto Labrado, it was FoodFreshly's first time at the London Produce Show and they very happy with number and quality of visitors to the stand.
Ellis Cole and Tom Hunt from Affinitus Group.
Sian Thomas and Nigel Jenney from Fresh Produce Consortium.
Clayton Swart from South African Table Grape Industry was visiting the London Show.
Fransisco Esguep Gimeno from Tuniche Fruits.
The team from Marco with a new hand held QC system which gives QC at the point of maanufacture. Jon Heard, Mariette and Murray Hilbourne.
Lewis Cunningham at the Wilson's Country stand with a new additions the range - baby potatoes in garlic and herb butter and sweet potato chips.
The team from AgriCoat - Craig Edwards, Simon Matthews, Elena Matthews and Robert Round.
Bryan Welson and John Stokes at FreshTime who were promoting an new range of of products under the FreshTime brand.
A group of local school children came along to the show to learn about fruit and vegetables, here they are at the Chiquita stand.
Max MacGillviray and Vhari Russell at the Great Fruit Adventure. Last year Max travelled from London to Cape Town to raise kid's awareness about fresh produce.
Lunch provided by Mudwalls.
Lisa Cooper and Altus Laubscher at New Vision Fruit.
Jack Hamilton at Mash Direct with a great range of prepared vegetables most of which are grown on the family farm in Northern Ireland.
Mark Culley and Jerry Green at Poupart who launched a new brand of premium fruit at the show: Raven Hill.
Josh Greene at G's Fresh offering samples of Love Beets.
Rynd Bougas at Green Marketing.
Steven A. Ceccarelli, president of Farm Fresh.
South Africa's Core fruit at the show for the first time - Jean Smith, Julian Fisher and Nico van Steden.
Liav Bacharach and Paul Summer at ROP.
Mark Speidel at Chiquita.
Pearce Donnally from Huges Mushrooms from Northen Ireland, the company are investing in operational growth in the UK.
Jose Martinez at Aja.
The gentlemen at Prophet - Paul Seekins and Stuart Lane.
Paul Krycki from Master Fresh was visiting the show.
Fabian Negri and Marc Nikolai at Kolla UK.
Daniel Hansen and Stephanie and Richard Priestly at Neamelea.
Ian Nottage and Elliott Hayes at Reynolds.
A beautiful display at Reynolds.
Russell Duggan at Mudwalls.
First year of Fruits from Chile with special focus on the easypealer citrus for the British and European kids.
Sales team of Montosa, one of the biggest Spanish avocado grower and exporter.
Mangoes and avocadoes exhibited in different kinds of packagings and presentations on the booth of Montosa.
Avocado hass of Montosa.
New packaging for avocadoes in termoformed tray.
Managing and sales team of Moyca, Spanish table grapes specialist.
Erick Vera Bazan, from Pichuberry, a brand for physalis grown in Peru.
Physalis is considered a superfruit for its multiple nutritional benefits.
Sales team of the Spanish company El Ciruelo, from Murcia, presenting their stone fruit campaign.
Costa Rica had a representation with its most popular products.
Ignacio Rosado, manager of the Chestnut Hill Farms in Uk.
Nathalia Gonzalez (left)from Bengala Agrícola, the biggest pinapple grower in Colombia and Sabrina Jaramillo, from Procolombia.
Sales and managing team of Primaflor, lettuce, baby leaves, kale and pack choi producers among other products including FreshCut, with Cecilio Peregrín and Judith Sánchez, introducing Primaflor UK.
Catarina Ravara and Gonçalo Santos, from Portugal Fresh.
Representation of Ecuador with companies as Asoagribal.
Christian Corssen, general manager of Santa María, table grape specialist grower and exporter from Chile.
José María Naranjo, Sales Manager, and Pedro Serrano, General Manager of Tany Nature, the biggest stone fruit grower and exporter in Spain, from the Region of Extremadura.
Stand of Nadorcott, the popular late mandarin variety from Morocco.
The Turkish company Aksun was there with Esra Soyleyen and Duriye Memisoglu.
Rosemary A Ouino and Lawrence Kalawa Ikiba from Kenya.
"Debra Cox May was promting the Fresh Products From Florida. She is de from the Trade Development from the Florida Department of Agriculture. She said Florida exports a lot to the UK, like grapefruit, sweet corn and strawberries. "We are looking to export also some other products like spinach and blueberries."
Meir Benartzy, Elena Gordon, Ekel Tevet and Esti Benartzy from Mor International.
The ladies from Farm Fresh: Carlotta Orati, Danielle Cart and Stephany Warner.
Wilma Van den Oever (Dutch GroentenFruit Huis) was exhibitor in the Holland Pavilion. Rui Medeiros Santos and Nicole Den Toom (International Innovation Company) were visiting the LPS.
In the Holland Pavilion they promoted fruit and vegetables - but you had to pay for it. There was an innovative vending machine with healthy snacks.
Colourful fruit and vegetables from the different Dutch growerscooperations.
Dutch fruit and veggies.
"Tom Robyn and Gerhard Loedolter from Wonderful Citrus and Pom Wonderful. Last year Wonderful Citrus added the famous 'Susie' lime brand to its portfolio. "Limes are not that well known in Europe and we want to change that", Gerhard said."
Gary York, Dusty Waldren and Jag Gill from Robinson Fresh.
Edwin Vanlaerhoven and Julian White from Valstar. This is the second year they are exhibitor at the Show. The company exports quite a lot to the UK.
Ger Van Burik from Holland Fresh Group with the Dutch products.
Axia is a Dutch company, specialized in vegetable seeds. Edwin de Kok and Michel de Winter were promoting a lot of different tomatoes.
Rick Hitzerd and Rob Smit from Top Shallots.
Juan Pablo Salmón (Central Produce) with Rodolfo Miles (Branding Latin America).
De guys from body and brains: Robbert Leisink, Sebastiaan Baye and Jacques Luteijn.
The packaging from body and brains is now resealable and has a QR-code. When you scan the code, you land on the page of Growers Packers where you can find information about health, the growers and recipes.
Sensitech with Adam Twiner and Shane Austin and a visitor.
Jens Hohmann from Elbe-Obst said the UK is an important market for them.
The Animal and Plant Health Agency.
Cooperatie Hoogstraten was there to promote the products from Hoogstraten. On the picture: Luc Bruneel, Paul Van de Mierop (Den Berk Délice) and Jan Engelen.
Kanzi Apples with Tom Christensen, Myrella Boer and James Simpson. Tom and James are from Adrian Scripps Ltd, a UK-based company which grows Kanzi and other products.
Andreas Schindler from Don Limon with the sweet potatoes. They sell this product since three years now and Don Limon sees a lot of potential.
In the stand of Elite Harvest Maroc it was quiet.
The Food Freshness Card was a new product on the London Produce Show. On the picture Rick and his son RJ Hassler. They already had a lot of succes with their innovation in the pharmacy industry, but now they also want to focus on fresh produce. Te Food Freshness Card keeps fruit and vegetables longer fresh.
Stephan Schneider and Evert-Jan Van Vliet from HillFresh.
Nic Jooste and Tom Oosterman from Coolfresh were promoting some new ideas, like packagings, to add value to fresh produce.
Sherif El Beltagy and Shereen Serry from the Egyptian company Belco.
FruitNVeg4Kids promotion with produce from Holland.
The London Produce Show kicks off, June 8 2017.
Entrance to the event.
Gourmet packaging for apples and pears.
Birds eye view of snap peas.
Stand featuring Northern Ireland.
Heroes of LPS17, Graziano Defilippis and Fabrizio Valenzano from Table grapes from Puglia (Italy).
Snack packs of California walnuts.
Domestic raisin packs from California.
Fifty nations were represented at the event.
Several logistic companies had stands at the event.
Avocados from Peru.
Wide variety of fruit and vegetables on display at the Fruit Masters stand.
Fresh produce vending machine offering fruits and vegetables in small trays.
Zespri gives visitors an opportunity to taste their kiwis.
Maurizio Ventura from Sun World.
Visitors networking at LPS17.
Blood oranges from Sicily (Italy).
Sara Grosso from Oranfreezer telling visitors about the flavour of oranges from Sicily.
Gino Peviani from Peviani Company (Italy).
Maurizio Ventura and Danielle Loustalot from Sun World.
Bird's-eye view of the 150 exhibitors at LPS17.
Gold and green kiwis.
Microgreens: house system.
Fruit to go, small bags with fruit salads and fork.
Vegetables to go.
Technology from SensiTech.
Peeled and fresh cut potato packs.
Baking trays with potatoes ready to cook.
Baking trays with potatoes ready to cook.
Small tray with three peaches
Mix of vegetables ready to cook.
Ready to eat micro greens.