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Sun, scent and shores of riches

Sun, scent and shores of riches

By Rick Pendrous

Corsican firms are keen to export the island's many riches to markets outside its shores. Rick Pendrous samples chestnuts, citron and myrtle

Brazil's chicken run

Brazil's chicken run

By Rick Pendrous

Brazil's poultry processors face misrepresentation, bird flu, political issues and trade disputes, but are still managing to expand and grow, as Rick Pendrous discovers

Pasta la vista

Pasta la vista

It may be the home of the Slow Food movement, but Italy has been quick to catch on to the benefits of organic exports, says Rebecca Green

Feeding the dragon

Feeding the dragon

By Elaine Watson

China is an export market no manufacturer can afford to ignore. But do your homework before you catch the next plane to Shanghai, warns Elaine Watson

Vive la difference

Vive la difference

By Rick Pendrous

Brits' love-hate relationship with France has waxed and waned for centuries. But, as Rick Pendrous discovers, the French still have a thing or two to teach us about food

Small but perfectly formed

Small but perfectly formed

Flanders, Wallonia and Brussels may be divided by language and tastes, but they offer very loyal customers for UK suppliers prepared to make the effort. Sue Scott reports

Chills but no frills

Chills but no frills

Sarah Britton finds out what the German market holds for manufacturers

Going Dutch

Going Dutch

The Netherlands has a lot more to offer than windmills, tulips and clogs. It has a vibrant food industry that invests huge amounts in R&D, as Sue Scott discovers

Functional in Finland

Functional in Finland

By John Dunn

John Dunn reports from a country that claims to be the world leader in the manufacture of health-enhancing functional foods

Czech out the future

Czech out the future

By Susan Birks

A central location makes the Czech Republic an ideal base to reach emerging eastern European markets, but strong competition in its crowded domestic market makes food retailing tough. Susan Birks reports

Green growth in store

Green growth in store

By Rick Pendrous

'The Food Island', as it likes to call itself, may have suffered a fall in prepared food sales to the UK last year due to adverse exchange rates, but heavy investment in R&D means it will remain a major exporter. Rick Pendrous reports

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