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USDA says Mexican tomato inspections still set to begin April 4

- General News
The U.S. Department of Agriculture issued a reminder that the AMS will begin inspections of tomatoes coming into the United States from Mexico at border locations on April 4.

Oceanside Pole ushers in Brussels Sprouts, tomatoes for 2020 season

- General News
Setting the stage for another outstanding vine-ripe tomato season, Oceanside Pole is currently offering high quality, and highly anticipated Brussels sprouts.

Black tomato wins Fruit Logistica Innovation Award

- General News
The Yoom tomato won voters over with its outer and inner values: depending on the hours of sunlight, its colour ranges from purple to black.

Tomatoes represent a world of uncertainty in Nogales

- Produce Blueprints

For those Nogales, AZ, companies dealing in tomatoes, the Tomato Suspension Agreement has added another level …

The Produce Reporter Week in Review – January 17, 2020

- General News
Pamela calls in from the northern US border after a trip to Leamington, Ontario, where a hot tomato market is lighting up greenhouses--literally.

Importers prepare for mandatory tomato inspections

- General News
With the mandatory inspections of Mexican tomatoes set to start in a few months, importers are figuring out how such a system will work.

Pure Flavor starts Georgia season with visit from Ag Secretary

- General News

FORT VALLEY, GA (December 17th, 2019) – A visit to Pure Flavor’s BB #:170379 Fort Valley, …

ITC confirms dumped Mexican tomatoes harms U.S. producers

- General News

The U.S. International Trade Commission found that dumped Mexican tomatoes threaten the U.S. tomato industry. The …

USDA APHIS to inspect for tomato virus

- General News

NOGALES, AZ (For immediate release, Nov. 18, 2019) – The USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection …

DOC posts final dumping margin on Mexican tomato imports

- General News
The investigation will now shift to the International Trade Commission, which will evaluate the extent to which dumped tomatoes injured U.S. growers. The ITC will hold a hearing October 24 to hear testimony from both the U.S. and Mexican industries.