International trade remains critical to Miami

- Produce Blueprints

Despite the Miami region’s abundant production, the heart of South Florida’s fruit and vegetable industry revolves …

Citrus industry still faces trade winds

- Produce Blueprints

In trade, like many American industries, citrus growers and shippers have had to deal with the …

Trade between Peru and the U.S. hits milestone

- International

Last year trade between the United States and Peru reached a new milestone of $17.8 billion …

South African citrus exports shift to easy peelers

- General News

Citrus exports to the United States from South Africa should increase in 2020 based on increased …

Cherry exports up 75% in Chile, so far for the 2019-2020 season

- International
Chilean cherry exports are up significantly over last season, but China takes the bulk of the crop.

U.S. apple demand in Mexico on the rise

- International

Generally, we hear about Mexican produce being imported and consumed in the U.S., but for Washington …

Peru loses crown as world’s top asparagus exporter

- International
Peru lost its spot as the world’s top asparagus exporter because of phytosanitary requirements, but it has a plan to climb back.

PMA panel offers global trade tips

- General News

ANAHEIM, CA – While it seems like global trade is in flux like never before, the …

Mexican avocados: En route to 2 million tons of exports by 2030

- International
Many times called “green gold,” Mexican avocados are one of the most appreciated agricultural products in the world allowing Mexico to market more than 635,000 tons globally.

Colombian avocado exports continue to rise

- International
El Dinero reports, through information from Dane and ProColombia, that during the first half of 2019 exports for avocados have increased by 37.6%.