New England urged to make produce the good guys

BOSTON–Rich Dachman, CEO of Brighter Bites, asked attendees of the New England Produce Council Expo if they “walk the walk” in their own lives, in their companies, by making fresh produce a regular and prominent part of their diets.

As the produce industry begins its largest collective federal lobbying effort September 17-18 as part of the United Fresh Washington Conference, Washington insiders tell attendees that listening to Congress members is as important as telling your story. Read More...
Despite the American penchant for technical gimmicks and the latest new thing, the report gives this advice to brick-and-mortar retailers: Basics first. Read More...
The industry needs a collaborative effort to solve the systemic issues of produce transportation. Read More...
Every time I’m promised sweeping change, I see some new lighting and maybe a different color of RPC, and not a lot of follow-through in the in-store execution. Here are five things I'd like to see in Walmart's new Produce 2.0. Read More...

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