2014-04-03 04:25:01 - Fruit Growing in the UK - Industry Market Research Report - a new market research report on companiesandmarkets.com
The Fruit Growing industry includes some 6,500 fruit growers, growing some 400,000 tonnes of fruit a year. Soft fruit, particularly strawberries and raspberries, are the most common fruit grown in the United Kingdom. Apples, including those used for eating, cooking and cider production, are also widely grown. Pears, plums and cherries are also grown in Britain. The industry only produces about 10.0% of the fruit consumed in the United Kingdom, with bananas, oranges, and tropical fruit unsuitable for British conditions.
Performance in the industry is determined by changes in demand for fruit, fruit production and prices, climatic conditions, government support and import competition. During the past five years per capita fruit consumption has come under pressure from the downturn and countervailing
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