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FPAA to celebrate 54th Annual Fresh Produce Convention under new name

- General News
The Fresh Produce Association of the Americas (FPAA) will be celebrating its 54th Annual Fresh Produce Convention and Golf Tournament under a new name and a new location.

FPAA names Member of the Year

- General News
During the annual meeting of the Fresh Produce Association of the Americas (FPAA) on November 1st, the association’s president, Lance Jungmeyer, presented the FPAA Member of the Year Award to Matt Mandel from SunFed.

FPAA welcomes new board members for upcoming term

- General News
The Fresh Produce Association of the Americas (FPAA) held its annual meeting on November 1, 2022.

An optimistic economic outlook

- Analysis
All the classic signs of a recession are not there, said Michael Swanson, chief agricultural economist for Wells Fargo.

FPAA to hold expo in 2023

- General News
The Fresh Produce Association of the Americas plans to add an expo to its annual meeting next year.

FPAA hires communications coordinator

- General News
Saul Macias is the newcomer to the Fresh Produce Association of the Americas. He joins the team as the Communications Coordinator.   

FPAA applauds USTR for rejecting Florida 301 petition

- General News
The Fresh Produce Association of the Americas applauds the U.S. Trade Representative for rejecting the Section 301 Trade Investigation petition from the Florida Congressional delegation.

FPAA names 2022 Pillar of the Industry

- General News
The Fresh Produce Association of the Americas (FPAA) Pillar of the Industry recognition award highlights accomplishments for a member who has exhibited a history of volunteering time, effort, and impactful contributions to support the association and the fresh produce industry.

FPAA calls Florida trade petition political, ignorant of market

- General News
Senators Marco Rubio and Rick Scott of Florida continue their repeated attempts to foment political discord, undermine the U.S. Mexico Canada Agreement, and negatively impact consumers.

Truck blockade ends, but Texas border crossing delays continue

- General News
There have been some positive signs for improved produce truck crossings from Mexico through Texas border ports of entry, but major backups remain.