According to news reports, there’s a new agreement for Mexican tomato imports, and it includes a piece of controversy.
As the Department of Commerce investigates dumping of Mexican tomatoes in the U.S., Blue Book reached out to spokesmen on each side of the suspension agreement dispute for a question-and-answer piece.
The tomato suspension agreement dispute between Mexico and the United States threatens to envelop more and possibly all agriculture trade between the nations.
The Produce Marketing Association (PMA) announced the hiring of Rubén Ramírez as PMA General Manager in Mexico, a full-time position.
According to a statement released by Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, the trace back is inconclusive, and that the investigation being conducted by the CDC and FDA has not been completed.
Fresh Produce Association of the Americas Expresses Alarm About Potential Monopoly of U.S. Tomato Market- General News
A small group of Florida companies is pushing dramatic changes to U.S. trade policy that will drive other U.S. companies out of the tomato supply chain and disadvantage consumers
A medida que termina la temporada de importación de zarzamoras y el volumen nacional, en su …
As the blackberry import season finishes and domestic volume – mostly from California – fills the summer pipeline, it’s important to note where the berries come from the rest of the year.
In reply to the article published at the Blue Book Services on June 19th, I must …
An Economic Impact Analysis from the University of Florida warns of significant losses for the Florida fresh produce industry if the current trajectory of Mexican imports continues.