National Fruit Show 2009 Bonanza Prize winner announced

Paramour Farm, Highland Court Farms, near Canterbury, Kent was the 2009 lucky winner of the National Fruit Show Bonanza prize. Every year the Bonanza Prize rewards the best entries to the apple and pear competitions with the chance to win a fabulous trip to learn more about different aspects of the fruit industry. The award […]

Newmafruit win the Bramley class for the first time

The Bramley class of the National Fruit Show Long Term Farm Stored Competition is considered “The Number One to win” by this year’s winner, Melvyn Newman, Newmafruit Farms Ltd. “It’s a vindication of what we do,” he said. “I’m very honoured and winning is a great fillip to everyone here.” He goes on to admit,” […]

Winner of the Pears Class and The Ron Tassell Trophy

The Robert Mitchell Partnership have two reasons to celebrate this year as they have not only won this year’s Pears class in the National Fruit Show Long Term Farm Stored Competition but in addition, Robert Mitchell has been awarded the Ron Tassell Trophy for the Store Operator of the Best All Round Exhibit. “I’m absolutely […]

Rubens roll of the dice at The National Fruit Show offers the chance to win a tasty £10,000

Norman Collett, the dynamic English fruit marketing group responsible for introducing Rubens into English apple orchards, will be providing trade visitors to The National Fruit Show with a tasty opportunity to win £10,000 cash. The Rubens roll of the dice competition will put a bright spotlight on the six outstanding qualities and benefits that the […]

Bonanza Prize 2010 is a Kent-themed work of art

The winner of this year’s prestigious National Fruit Show “Bonanza Prize” will have their expertise rewarded by a truly memorable prize. “All in a day’s work” – a set of four superb etchings by Kent artist Graham Clarke. Donated by The Fruit Grower, as an early celebration of the magazine’s 25th birthday in 2011, the winner […]

Agrovista to highlight scab breakthrough at National Fruit Show

New approaches to controlling scab and codling moth that are paying huge dividends for fruit farmers will be highlighted at this year’s National Fruit Show in October. TExhibitor Agrovista will be raising awareness of its web-based pest and disease prediction service that combines state-of-the-art software with accurate weather data to take the guesswork out of […]

Apple Juice Competition celebrates 25th Anniversary

2011 will see the 25th Anniversary of The National Fruit Show Apple Juice Competition. The competition, staged by permission of Agrochandlers (Emma Nash Limited), owner of its copyright and creator in 1986, is expected to be as popular as ever. Each year it attracts more than 60 entries over three main classes. To celebrate the […]

New and exciting machinery being launched at the National Fruit Show

The National Fruit Show stand space is fully sold out which has delighted show organisers, The Marden Fruit Show Society. With the UK still in an economic downturn and the food industry reporting tight margins, the Society, which held the first Show in 1933 are thrilled with the news. The Show takes place at the […]