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Dallas-Fort Worth retailers rely on innovation to stand out

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The 7.5 million residents in the Dallas-Fort Worth area need grocery stores to survive. The dominant …

Dallas-Fort Worth’s Growth Spurt Forges On

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Dallas and Fort Worth were formerly two distinct cities, but urban sprawl and the Trinity Railway Express have connected them. Still, the two could hardly be more different.

The expanding Houston supermarket scene

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Houston shoppers love their fruits and vegetables, and they don’t have to travel far to fill …

As Houston’s population surges, produce demand booms

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Two and a half years after extreme flooding from Hurricane Harvey caused $125 billion in damage …

Texas Produce Industry Leaders Inducted into Hall of Fame

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These individuals are acknowledged as trailblazers and innovators, enduring the trials and tribulations for decades that make a life in the fresh produce world.

TIPA’s In Bloom plans networking events for women in Texas produce

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MISSION, TX—Women in Texas produce have a new networking organization, In Bloom. I talked with April Flowers of Lone Star Citrus Growers about In Bloom's mission, and upcoming events.

The Produce Reporter Week in Review – January 10, 2020

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Pamela’s on the road in the Rio Grande Valley reporting on crop updates, the tomato suspension …

Challenges old and new affect Dallas business

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Even with all its advantages, there is no shortage of issues and obstacles facing the DFW …

Dallas restaurant scene benefits produce

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The Dallas-Fort Worth metro area is home to a vibrant restaurant scene, a boon for many …

Dallas sees strong supermarket competition

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Walmart and Kroger have dominated Dallas' retail scene with 27% and 15% market share, but H-E-B is making its way north into the Metroplex.