Ambitious British-born Jupiter Group entered the Sunday Times International Track 200 for the very first time, ranking in 17th place (link), after it reported an impressive 127.5% average annual international sales growth over the last two years.
And we’re delighted that they will be joining us for the first time at our biggest show in a decade, which will run from October 23rd to 25th at the Feria de Madrid.
It’s certainly an exciting time for the expanding fruit grower and distributor to be exhibiting at Fruit Attraction, as the family-run business, based in Shropshire, has also garnered widespread attention for its innovation.
Just one of its eagerly-anticipated developments is its pioneering new varieties of table grapes that it’s been carefully cultivating across its own 500 acres of vineyard in Chile, Greece and India.
One of the Greek varieties will deliver its first yield later this year (link) in Greece and their availability is set to make a huge impact in the industry as it’s already generated much excitement as the grapes will boast superior eating quality.
Jupiter Group’s CEO Mark Tweddle said: “We’re delighted to have a stand at Madrid Fruit Attraction for the first time this October.
“The event has grown significantly and we’re looking forward to attending to showcase our fresh produce and the exciting plans that we have in the pipeline.”
Based in the UK, Jupiter Group is a leader in the global fresh produce market. Ranked 17th in the 2018 The Sunday Times International Track 200, Jupiter grows and supplies new varieties of grapes alongside a global supply of citrus, top fruit, stone fruit and kiwi.
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