United Fresh is bringing back its retail-foodservice speed dating sessions as part of the offerings of United Fresh LIVE! 365, and timed with the 2020 Washington Conference, September 21-23.
This evening, USDA published an amendment to Round 3 of the Farmers to Families Basic Ordering Agreement (BOA), as well as FAQs.
The program, now in its seventh year, has reworked its typical back-to-school messaging and content, developed new lunchbox inspiration and pulled together resources around distance learning and mental health to better serve families.
Jennifer McEntire joined the association four years ago, bringing her extensive background in food safety, regulatory issues, and association management to the United Fresh Team.
The foodservice distribution industry collectively experienced more than $12 billion in uncollected debts as restaurants and other facilities shutdown in response to the global pandemic and were not able to pay their distributors.
WASHINGTON, D.C. (June 5, 2020) – United Fresh Produce Association is collaborating with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s National Initiative to Address Inequality of Opportunity, announced Thursday, June 4.
CEO of the United Fresh Produce Association, outlines some of the drastic steps taken, and next steps forward for the fresh produce industry in this update from Washington, D.C.
The United Fresh Produce Association has several new resources for businesses to manage unprecedented demand and supply chain challenges during the coronavirus/COVID-19 outbreak.
Among the findings, this issue reports that fresh perimeter categories have emerged as the growth engines of the store, with the produce department continuing to grow.
AUSTIN, TX–Pamela talks with Mary Coppola, vice president of marketing and communications for the United Fresh …