Members of the produce industry will join together to make their voices heard at the 2021 Annual Washington Conference taking place September 20-22 in person at the Grand Hyatt in Washington, DC.
The produce industry has trouble finding enough labor during normal times, so when the labor market is especially tight, like now, it hurts that much more.
As food waste becomes a bigger issue for American consumers the need for federal or local legislation may not be as urgent.
Naturally, we want to know what’s in all those USDA billion for the fresh produce industry.
We share the USDA Secretary’s commitment to address nutrition insecurity and, accordingly, are concerned that this proposal falls short of providing sufficient access to fresh produce to meet that goal.
Six months ago, business projections were nearly impossible. But at the start of June, as economic uncertainty wanes and Americans test the post-pandemic waters, some realities are emerging.
United Fresh Produce Association’s Q1 2021 issue of FreshFacts on Retail is now available.
Who would pair apples with hot air balloons? Or leverage a sponsorship into something else? Hear what successful marketers do with experiential promotions.
United Fresh will celebrate nine of the country's most innovative chefs and foodservice professionals representing an array of culinary styles and backgrounds this July during the PMA PMA Foodservice Conference & Expo in Monterey, CA as part of the United Fresh Produce Excellence in Foodservice Award Program, sponsored by FreshEdge.
Produce Marketing Association and United Fresh Produce Association held a member vote this week to seek approval to move forward in creating a single new organization representing the global produce and floral communities.