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British food popularity soars

British food popularity soars
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British food popularity soars. More British consumers want to eat locally-grown food. 73% of the public now look for British food when shopping. A new poll by OnePoll indicates huge popularity for British food.  British consumers also back strong food standards.

Source: Speciality Food

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Freight rates rise

Freight rates continue rising

Freight rates continue rising
Freight rates rise

Freight rates continue rising. The supply chain faces challenges on maritime routes to meet  demand for cargo and raw materials. The challenges include container shortages and delayed shipments.  The delays at Yantian port have caused problems for global trade. 

Source: FPC FreshtalkDaily

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Cool Logistics Global

Cool Logistics Global speakers

Speakers announced for Cool Logistics Global
Cool Logistics Global

Speakers announced for Cool Logistics Global. This event for the cold chain and perishable cargoes industries takes place 19 – 20 October 2021. 

Our speaker line up:

Martin Dixon, Drewry Group

Diego Barriga, Lancaster and Foodcareplus

Juan Andres Ferrari, ACF Global Sourcing

Michael Looten, Seabury Cargo

Andrew Lorimer, Datamar

Ole Schack-Petersen, LCL and The Broom Group

Sebastian Steinmüller, DHL Global Forwarding

David Sussman, Seafoodia & Pure Ocean

Sarah Schlüter, Hapag-Lloyd

Rachael White, Cool Logistics and Next Level Information

Michael Yarwood, TT Club

Places are limited for this event. Register today for our offer price of £159 to 31 July 2021.

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cold chain market

Cold chain market outlook

Cold chain market outlook
cold chain market

Cold chain market outlook. Reportlinker.com estimates growth of 12.93% in 2021. Increased demand from the pharmaceutical and processed food sectors have influenced growth. The cold chain market is expected to reach $344.51 billion in 2025. This is at a CAGR of 9.49%. 

Important to note that global reefer trade reduced to 0.4% in 2020. Industry experts Drewry expect seaborne reefer traffic to grow at an average rate of 4% after 2021

Source: Yahoo Finance

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