We are well aware of the stress being placed on the produce supply chain and each of you. The term, business as usual, does not apply to present day market conditions.
Anyone familiar with California agriculture knows that the industry regards the state’s stringent regulations as a curse visited upon it by bureaucrats, environmentalists, and selfish urbanites. Like all simplistic pictures, this one is wrong in certain respects.
We recognize the tough job you have. The produce industry is working harder than ever to provide produce to all parts of the world. You need to operate at peak efficiency and make a profit.
Greg and Pamela discuss industry events affected by coronavirus, and the one thing that's not: how to wash your produce.
This weekend Americans move their clocks ahead so that sunset will be an hour later. But one retailer has had enough, calling it an unhealthy practice that must stop.
Times being as they are, an app is being called into play in the war on food waste. It’s called Flashfood, and it's being used by more food retailers every month.
My objective in this expedition was to see if I like Aldi any better than I have in the past.
As expected, the lawsuit is complicated, so I consulted Doug Nelson, VP, Trading Assistance for Blue Book to help clarify what’s at stake in the 66-page complaint.
All of the U.S. buyers I talked to in Berlin found the experience rewarding, a unique opportunity to window shop the latest the produce industry has to offer.
As most people know, the current farm economic situation isn’t great. Thankfully the produce sector is better off than most. So, how bad is it?