You don’t have to know too much about international trade to suspect that dumping is a bad thing.
The Fresh Produce Association of the Americas will be celebrating its 52nd Nogales Fresh Produce Convention and Golf Tournament from November 4th – 6th, 2021 in the historical town of Tubac, Arizona.
FPAA and TIPA support bipartisan efforts to maintain the standard definitions in 2019 Tomato Suspension Agreement- General News
The Fresh Produce Association of the Americas and the Texas International Produce Association applaud the efforts of Congressman Vicente Gonzalez in leading a bipartisan letter addressed to the Secretary of Commerce, Gina Raimondo, regarding a proposal to reinterpret parts of the 2019 Suspension Agreement on Fresh Tomatoes from Mexico (TSA).
Southern Arizona’s fast paced border community serves as one of biggest imported fresh produce distribution regions.
The Sonora Grape Growers Association (AALPUM) projects 21.5 million 18 lb. (8.2 kg) cartons to be packed and shipped between early May and mid-July, 2021.
On the heels of a successful Tomato Week 2021, the Fresh Produce Association of the Americas has shifted focus to the upcoming Spring Policy Summit 2021.
There are many factors pointing to the success tomatoes have had in the past year. But some varieties and growing regions have done better than others.
We’ve all seen the data that shows the past year has seen huge growth at retail, and the tomato segment has even outpaced that.
We talked with Lance Jungmeyer, President of The Fresh Produce Association of the Americas}, Nogales, AZ, in late 2020 for the Produce Blueprints Nogales Supplement to the January/February 2021 issue.
Known as the reliable, trusted source for many fruit and vegetable items throughout the winter months, Nogales continues to see demand for new commodities and specialty items.