Pick of the Bunch • 11 February 2021

In this Pick of the Bunch, help shape the future of table grape investments. We’re jam-packed with information and analysis, including early monitoring results from a new table grape project examining consumer behaviour, the results of a new study on the impact of consuming grapes on skin photoprotection, the 2019/20 Horticulture Statistics Handbook, and much more.

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