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IFPA to honor culinary excellence

- General News
The International Fresh Produce Association will honor nine individuals for excellence in using fresh fruits and vegetables in the culinary arts

Produce groups join Alliance for Sustainable Packaging for Foods

- General News
A coalition of non-profit industry and non-governmental organizations announced the formation of the Alliance for Sustainable Packaging for Foods (ASPF).  

Update on the farm bill

- Analysis
As IFPA launches a major campaign to preserve funding for the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) in the 2023 (whoops—2024) farm bill, it could be helpful to look back and see what is going on with it now.

IFPA launches ad campaign defending the WIC program

- General News
The International Fresh Produce Association launched its largest-ever ad campaign in support of the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) to coincide with today’s WIC National Day of Action.

IFPA promotes sustainability leader to VP

- General News
International Fresh Produce Association announced that Tamara Muruetagoiena is promoted to become IFPA’s first ever Vice President of Sustainability.

IFPA lists top 10 impacts for 2023

- General News
The International Fresh Produce Association (IFPA) lists 10 of its major impacts from its activities in 2023

IFPA brings produce sustainability delegation to COP28

- General News
IFPA sustainability experts are on the ground this week for the United Nation’s climate change conference, COP28 in the United Arab Emirates.

Farm bill could be pushed back to 2025

- Analysis
The political outlook for 2024 and beyond was the subject of a Virtual Town Hall sponsored by the International Fresh Produce Association on November 29.

IFPA highlights Global Show donations on Giving Tuesday

- General News
IFPA celebrated #GivingTuesday by reflecting on food donation partnerships with the Global Produce and Floral Show. 

A look at IFPA as lobbyist

- Analysis
The fresh fruit and vegetable industry contends that these WIC cuts would be bad not only for American public health but for the industry itself.