Seasonal flavours

Rubanowski, Tamara
May 2012
FMCG;May2012, p8
Trade Publication
The author discusses the two reports within the issue on topics about fresh and seasonal farm produce, and temperature control systems, reflects on her learning about mushrooms and mentions the excitement of the "FMCG" team to be the media partner of Fine Food New Zealand (NZ) 2012.


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