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Neil Murray


Neil Murray has been working for Informa since September 2001. He originally trained as a lawyer, studying at the universities of Sussex and Grenoble (France), and then the College of Law, but gave it up to become a journalist.

Prior to joining Foodnews, he spent 10 years as editor of a frozen foods industry title, and has also edited a logistics magazine, a commercial vehicle journal (for which he had to get his truck driver’s licence), a motorcycle industry title, and a market-leading consumer ski magazine.

His core area of expertise on IEG Vu is the global market for fruit juices and concentrates.
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Carbon dioxide now more profitable than beverages

The shortage of carbon dioxide (CO2) in Europe is likely to continue for at least three weeks, according to IEG Vu sources. Some are hazarding that it might be late July before supplies are back to normal.

Carbonates Europe

BFJA Symposium offered two views on sustainability

The British Fruit Juice Association (BFJA) held its annual Symposium, its 70th, today in London, on the theme of sustainability.

Beverages Europe

Chinese state will acquire Polish apple processor

SDIC Zhonglu Fruit Juice Co Ltd, a state-owned company, will buy Appol of Poland for PLN68.5 million (USD18.4 mln)

Apple Juice China

European CSD market may suddenly go flat

Europe’s soft drinks industry is suffering from an acute shortage of carbon dioxide (CO2), the essential ingredient that puts the fizz in drinks.

Carbonates Europe

Korean fruit juice exports to China rise after relations thaw

South Korea's exports of agricultural products and food to China soared by almost 87% in May compared with a year ago.

Beverages WMP

Some European apple stocks now exhausted

European fresh apple stocks have fallen to their lowest level since at least 2007, and possibly some time beyond.

Fresh Apples Europe
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