Even as the FDA’s Food Safety Modernization Act turns 10 this week, food safety remains a work in progress.
The American Peanut Council is pleased to announce the selection of Richard Owen as its new President & Chief Executive Officer, effective February 1, 2021.
No one saw 2020 coming, and it’s no easier to project what 2021 or the next five years will bring. But two produce industry leaders predicted increasing disruption both in the industry and world economies on this week’s PMA town hall webinar.
The Produce Marketing Association submitted comments on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Proposed Rule for Pesticides; Exemptions of Certain Plant Incorporated Protectants Derived from Newer Technologies.
Produce Marketing Association has announced that they will cap off this year’s Virtual Town Hall Series with a candid conversation featuring Bruce Taylor of Taylor Farms and John Anderson of The Oppenheimer Group.
Precision nutrition is on the horizon, and it has the potential bring healthier diets to people like never before.
The fresh produce industry offers a lot of what young talent is looking for, but awareness of the depth of opportunities can prevent many job seekers from realizing it.
Produce Marketing Association has announced a pair of virtual meetings to discuss the current state of produce safety in the industry which includes discussion of outbreaks in leafy greens and proposed FDA regulation.
Predictive analytics can help produce companies make better decisions rather than relying on past results or gut instinct.
Center for Growing Talent has announced that Leonard Batti, vice president at Taylor Farms, will serve as the chair of the organization’s Board of Directors for 2021.