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Certifications & Compliance: Why they matter

Certifications have become a way of life for many businesses in the produce industry. Intended to provide outside assurance of quality, practices, and standards within the industry, they can include a wide number of subjects and targets.

Northwest cherry season gets underway

The harvest of Northwest-grown sweet cherries has begun, which means a new crop of this superfruit will start appearing in produce sections nationwide.

IFPA wraps Washington Conference urging fresh priorities

Hundreds from across the produce and floral supply chain convened this week in the nation’s capital, June 10-12, for the Washington Conference hosted by the International Fresh Produce Association.

Royal Madera Vineyards mourns founder Steve Volpe

Steve Michael Volpe passed away peacefully on June 10, 2024, at age 100. He founded Royal Madera Vineyards, which is currently a third-generation company, proudly carrying on Steve’s legacy.

H-E-B opens first Joe V’s discount store in Dallas

The 55,000-square-foot store will provide the high-quality, fresh products H-E-B is known for at even lower prices with an assortment that’s uniquely curated for the community.

Mexican avocado supplies to tighten this summer

Mexico’s normal-style avocado supplies are tightening as the season is rapidly winding down, while the loca-style crop is not expected to meet maturity standards until mid-July.
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