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 …

USDA APHIS to inspect for tomato virus

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NOGALES, AZ (For immediate release, Nov. 18, 2019) – The USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection …

Nogales eyes cold inspection facility to boost off-season business

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Nogales companies plan to boost business during their off-season with a new cold inspection facility.

FMI analyst shares ways to grow produce sales

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Fresh produce is such a mature category, it can be difficult to grow. But there are ways, said Rick Stein, vice president, fresh foods, for Food Marketing Institute

FPAA honors Chuck Ciruli Jr.

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TUBAC, AZ – Chuck Ciruli Jr. was honored by the Fresh Produce Association of the Americas for a lifetime of leadership, both locally and nationally.

Annual FPAA convention to feature Power of Produce trends report

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PRESS RELEASE Nogales, AZ — Anyone looking to have a handle on produce industry trends should …

FPAA testifies before International Trade Commission

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PRESS RELEASE WASHINGTON, DC (October 28, 2019) – A lack of innovation amongst U.S. field grown …

Walmart concerned about tomato inspections in suspension agreement

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Before the comment period ended Sept. 9, the U.S.’s largest retailer told the Department of Commerce in a letter that it’s concerned the proposed increase in border inspections for tomatoes will cause a bottleneck at ports of entry and deprive consumers of product.

UPDATED: U.S. and Mexico reach agreement on tomatoes

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There’s a new agreement for Mexican tomato imports, but importers are concerned about at least one provision.

FPAA concerned over inspection provisions in new Tomato Suspension Agreement

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NOGALES, AZ, August 21, 2019 – The Fresh Produce Association of the Americas BB #:144354 is …