Senate easily passes USMCA

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The United States Senate passed the United States-Mexico-Canada trade agreement today by a vote of 89-10. The free trade agreement now goes to President Trump to sign. It was a major priority from his presidential campaign and administration.

Florida citrus industry projects cautious optimism

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Florida citrus presents an extremely different picture from California. In many ways, it is the mirror …

Florida feels free trade is not always fair

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Securing fair, equitable trade terms that benefit all remains a high-stakes endeavor for Florida producers. The …

The give and take of Florida weather

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Volatile weather, including hurricane hits and glancing blows over the last few years, have certainly taken …

Berries abound in Florida

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Florida is the second largest producer of U.S. strawberries, behind California, and is responsible for the …

Florida finds niche in tropicals

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Florida’s climate allows it to produce tropical fruits and vegetables that few places in the United …

Favoring ‘Fresh from Florida’

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The Fresh From Florida brand is sought after in both the United States and internationally. “One …

Florida revels in ag leadership position

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When it comes to fresh, Florida-grown produce doesn’t just make a splash—its bounty is felt both …

ITC confirms dumped Mexican tomatoes harms U.S. producers

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The U.S. International Trade Commission found that dumped Mexican tomatoes threaten the U.S. tomato industry. The …

DOC posts final dumping margin on Mexican tomato imports

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The investigation will now shift to the International Trade Commission, which will evaluate the extent to which dumped tomatoes injured U.S. growers. The ITC will hold a hearing October 24 to hear testimony from both the U.S. and Mexican industries.