New Year's resolutions, pandemic style, are good news for the produce department.
The comments put forth by PMA were informed by the challenges the industry has faced in obtaining critical tracing information and the advancements in traceability approaches that industry has already begun to implement.
Produce Marketing Association and Center for Growing Talent are continuing to expand virtual learning opportunities for industry members.
The holidays are coming and will look a little different this year as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to shift consumer behavior.
The Produce Marketing Association wrapped up the “live” events of Virtual Fresh Summit 2020, but the digital platform will be open through November 13.
While many restaurant operators have been challenged with the shutdown and gradual reopening, some chains have taken the challenges in stride, by turning them into opportunities to streamline the business.
PMA reached out to me to see if I’d like a tour of the new Foodservice Delivered platform, and you know I’m all about tours, virtual or in-person.
This is where I need not just ideas but an entire meal plan – breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks. Just tell me what to buy, when, here, and how to make it.
A Zoom meeting is planned for August 13 for sponsors and exhibitors to outline virtual opportunities.
In the ninth week of coronavirus-related shopping, patterns continued to evolve. Between the typical Mother’s Day sales boost and shoppers flocking to the store once more to stock up on meat amid ongoing coverage of shortages, grocery sales had another good week, and produce along with it.