International Strawberry Symposium, postponed until 2021

13 marzec 2020

International Strawberry Symposium, postponed until 2021
The event dedicated to the strawberry supply chain, which was due to be held in the first week of May, has been postponed to next year.

Due to the developing of health situation caused by the spread of the COVIS-19 virus, the organisational secretariat AIM Group International has decided, in agreement with the Symposium's promoters, to postpone the event to 2021.

Further information will follow in the coming weeks.

Michela Dongi and Jessica Sabatini

ISS 2020 press office c/o fruitecom

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