“Force majeure” refers to certain unforeseen and unavoidable events—“acts of God,” in legal language—that prevent a party from fulfilling its side of the contract.
The U.S. Apple Association is extremely pleased with the correction issued today by the Agriculture Department to its Coronavirus Food Assistance Program.
If you like the way things are going right now, you’re going to love the next 12-18 months. That may sound ominous with the damage being done by the pandemic and our nation’s leaders’ decisions about it, but three U.S. produce leaders offered optimism during the weekly PMA town hall webinar, July 8.
In response to reports that Chinese Customs is requiring a Letter of Undertaking of Safety of Import Food for food shipments, Western Growers President & CEO Dave Puglia issued the following statement: “The recent move by Chinese authorities to require a statement of undertaking for food importers is not based on any legitimate food safety concern.
As long as society remains constrained by the COVID-19 pandemic, the foodservice industry will operate at less than full capacity, produce suppliers say.
The produce companies supplying restaurants in 2020 lost customers for several months, and even with foodservice opening back up, this year will be a horrible one financially.
Maines Paper & Food Service, Inc., Conklin, NY, a 101-year old distributor with $3.5 billion in annual sales, filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy, with a plan for liquidation.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the Florida Fruit & Vegetable Association is announcing the cancellation of FFVA 2020, its annual convention that was set for Sept. 28-30 in Naples.
This increase in produce demand from the foodservice side of the business came on top of continued elevated levels of at-home meal occasions. This results in an ever-changing demand landscape for grocery retailing as a whole, and produce along with it.
We asked a handful of produce leaders, outside of wearing a mask or social distancing, has …