The standards are to be reduced from 36 to 10 products including citrus fruit, lettuces, curled-leaved and broad-leaved endives, and sweet peppers.
A general marketing standard will apply to all other fresh produce not covered by the so-called "specific marketing standard", which has come in for industry criticism.
Workshops take place on 7 April in Warrington and on 15 April in Peterborough.
Key areas of interest are risk-based assessment systems, costs and benefits to industry, and the proposed extension of the Approved Trader Scheme.
- To register for a workshop, email firstname.lastname@example.org