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The demand for horticultural produce and development in the pattern of trade in the United Kingdom


, : The demand for horticultural produce and development in the pattern of trade in the United Kingdom. Acta Horticulturae (25): 46-62

The total UK market for fruit, vegetables and flowers from home and overseas sources now run at some pounds-sterling 400 million per year. The market has expanded by about 30 per cent. in the last 10 years and this expansion is likely to continue in future. Rather more than three quarters of all produce comes from temperate countries, and supplies of temperate produce have increased by 44 per cent. in the last 10 years.

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