Fresh Produce Consortium
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Welcome to the Fresh Produce Consortium (FPC) web site. FPC is the UK's fresh produce trade association. For many years it has represented the fresh produce sector and is widely recognised across the UK and EU as the voice of the industry.
Membership covers every area of the industry spectrum including wholesalers, importers, packers, processors, food service, retailers, freight handlers, Embassies/High Commissions, associated businesses and organisations
68th Annual Dinner at the Savoy on 1 Feb 2014 celebrating BEST of BRITISH book here...
LONDON PRODUCE SHOW read more...
FPC in Shandong Province read more...
Annual Dinner with Guest Nation China read more...
The FPC is committed to the increased success of the produce and floral industries of the United Kingdom. Find out more...
Traditional markets - survive or thrive? FPC challenges authorities to give more support
FPC Press Release - be reasonable about 'seasonable'
PAN scrutinises retailer over pesticides
27 March 2009
How to create a DUCR v10 ALV - 3 Pilot Phases in March/April. If you wish to be involved in the 4th Phase phase 11 May contact FPC
Supply Chain Practices Consultation
24 February 2009
FPC Press Release - Confusion fuels concerns for horticulture 23 February 09
FSA consumer survey - 20 February 09
Automatic Licence Verification System (ALV) pilot seeks input - 13 February 09
SITPRO Ports Review - 06 February 09
FPC Response to FPJ David Shapley column 27 01 09 - subject: EU crop protection restriction - letter to the editor from Nigel Jenney
FPC Press Release - European Parliament Jeopardises Fruit & Veg Supply
PRESS RELEASE - Future of horticulture remains critical
PRESS RELEASE - FPC marks the passing of former president
PRESS RELEASE - Food security still at risk from EU proposals
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We are the trade association for the fresh produce industry and represent our members in key areas.
We organise a range of meetings and forums within our divisions to discuss current issues and concerns and take action on behalf of members.
We work closely with a range of stakeholders including DEFRA, HMRC and RPAI. We have successfully influenced the implementation of the revised Plant Health legislation promoting the acceptance of a risk-based approach to import inspections, and development of an electronic system of notifying arrival to ensure minimum disruption to members’ businesses. More...