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Being back in-person at a trade show means I get a chance to see new products up close, and often take them home with me.

The Solution: Call for a government inspection as soon as possible. Read More...
Most foods are manufactured and therefore standardized products. This doesn’t apply to produce, of course. One nectarine may be much sweeter and juicier than the one next to it on the shelf. And consumers know this. Read More...
The USDA plans to purchase fresh produce for a produce box program to run through food banks. Read More...
Another in-person event is in the books for the fresh produce industry, and it will be a test for organizers trying to balance the merits of virtual hybrids.   Read More...

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