While it’s no secret that restaurants have suffered the past 10 months, those in the day-to-day business say their stories still aren’t being heard enough.
Ten thought-provoking sessions will bring together peers across the industry. Each curated experience has been developed to be able to learn from experts, but then also engage each other immediately in peer-to-peer break-out discussions.
Packaged produce is more conducive to click-and-collect shopping, as well as a faster, more value-conscious shopping experience in-store for consumers.
Food safety work in the produce industry continue to make strides, as recent investigation pilots showed a path toward a quicker, more streamlined traceback process.
United Fresh Produce Association is launching the United re-Fresh Experience, a monthly series of events in January 2021 to re-Fresh your business, re-Fresh your company, and re-Fresh your life.
After noticing gaps in the education of aspiring food safety professionals, Dr. Jennifer McEntire answered the call to develop the next generation of produce safety leaders with the creation of United Fresh’s Produce Safety Immersion Program in 2019.
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.