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FPAA announces Spring Policy Summit 2024, key topics

- General News
FPAA is excited to announce the date for the 2024 Spring Policy Summit, a key one-day event set to take place on April 3, 2024, at the Tubac Golf Resort and Spa in Tubac, Arizona. 

FPAA to host webinar on tomato suspension agreement

- General News
FPAA will be hosting the second informative webinar to further discuss the implications of the potential termination of the 2019 Tomato Suspension Agreement.

FPAA releases statement on cantaloupe outbreak

- General News
The U.S., Canada, and Mexico have been working closely on a recent outbreak and recall associated with cantaloupes.

FPAA awards Member of the Year

- General News
The Fresh Produce Association of the Americas has announced Raquel Espinoza, founder of Produce House, as the 2023 Member of the Year.

FPAA announces board members for 2023

- General News
As part of the Fresh Produce Association of the Americas annual meeting, members elected new directors to the board and celebrated the Member of the Year and the Pillar of the Industry.

FPAA panel touts supply diversification and relationships

- General News
A panel of produce buyers at the Fresh Produce Association of the Americas annual meeting November 3 shared their lessons and experiences with weather events.

Photos from inaugural SWIPE event

- General News
The Fresh Produce Association of the Americas held its inaugural Southwest International Produce Expo, or SWIPE, at its 54th annual convention November 2-4.

FPAA recaps inaugural SWIPE event

- General News
The FPAA is pleased to share the success of their inaugural expo, a recent enhancement to their well-known FPAA Convention, which just concluded its 54th consecutive year.

Headed to SWIPE? Here’s the event agenda

- General News
This year's event includes education sessions, an expo, and a golf tournament. To get you ready to SWIPE, here's the event agenda.

FPAA’s riposte on gas-ripened tomatoes

- Analysis
The continuing Mexican tomato war, which has pitted many American growers against importers, has raised a back-and-forth between the Florida Tomato Exchange, which represents growers from Florida and other American states, against the Fresh Produce Association of the Americas, which represents shippers who import the product from Latin America.