Higher wages are part of the New York produce business

- Produce Blueprints

Over the past decade, analysts in various industries have asked the same question over and over: …

The Produce Reporter Week in Review – November 22, 2019

- Analysis
Greg and Pamela discuss Walmart's Produce 2.0, Kroger's Infarm and Ocado plans, the ag labor bill's chances of being signed before the winter break, and Frieda Caplan's upcoming appearance on CBS Sunday Morning.

Ag labor bill takes another positive step

- General News
The agriculture labor bill moved one step closer to becoming law as the House Judiciary Committee passed it by a vote of 18-12 today.

WP Produce debuts refreshed Desbry avocado logo, worker welfare program

- General News
WP Produce, a family-owned, grower-packer-shipper of Desbry® tropical produce has announced a strong start to their high season for tropical avocados from the Dominican Republic.

Study: EFI worker engagement model creates positive outcomes for grower-shippers

- General News
Equitable Food Initiative released the results of a two-year study undertaken by BSD Consulting to assess the impacts of EFI’s workforce development programs.

Not all of agriculture supports labor bill

- General News
United Fresh members were among the 250 agriculture and labor groups who endorsed the ag labor bill that was introduced last week in the House of Representatives, but at least one large ag group isn’t on board.

November crucial to ag labor bill’s success

- General News

The produce industry ought to know fairly soon if the proposed agriculture labor bill will find …

United Fresh, US Apple endorse Farm Workforce Modernization Act

- General News

PRESS RELEASE WASHINGTON, D.C. (October 30, 2019) – The United Fresh Produce Association BB #:145458 applauds …

Rising labor costs hit Midwest firms hard

- Produce Blueprints

The U.S. unemployment rate as a whole was down to 3.5 percent in September, the lowest …

Equitable Food Initiative Offers Free Responsible Recruitment Scorecard for the Produce Industry

- General News
Equitable Food Initiative has released a free resource to the fresh produce industry to help grower-shippers identify and reduce risk in their foreign recruitment processes and with farm labor contractors.