Senate easily passes USMCA

- General News
The United States Senate passed the United States-Mexico-Canada trade agreement today by a vote of 89-10. The free trade agreement now goes to President Trump to sign. It was a major priority from his presidential campaign and administration.

House passes USMCA by wide margin

- General News

The U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade agreement passed in the House of Representatives December 19 with an overwhelming 385-41 …

United Fresh names inaugural food safety immersion program class

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PRESS RELEASE — The United Fresh Produce Association BB #:145458 is pleased to announce Class One …

Here’s how experts know this E. coli outbreak is different

- General News
The E. coli outbreak that the CFIA tied to Fresh Express Sunflower Crisp Chopped Salad Kits also affects the U.S. But it's not the same outbreak as earlier ones this fall.

UPDATED: USMCA this|close to passage

- General News

The U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade agreement is closer to passage than it’s ever been. Some media reports say …

United Fresh to host Cyclospora webinar

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Difficult to detect, Cyclospora is an emerging pathogen that’s become a big concern in the fresh …

United Fresh Seeks Public Comments for Revisions to the Produce GAPs Harmonized Standard

- General News
United Fresh has opened the public comment period to the just-posted redline version of the Produce GAPs Harmonized Standard, detailing the proposed revisions that were reviewed by the Technical Working Group at their September meeting.

Produce sales strong in Q3: FreshFacts

- Retail
Keto continues to dominate fad diets, organic growth rate has slowed, but sales are steady, and fresh leads the way for strong retail performance.

Surprise: kids want more control in restaurants

- General News

Sure, kids want tasty, satisfying meals when eating out, just like their parents, but what they …

Not all of agriculture supports labor bill

- General News
United Fresh members were among the 250 agriculture and labor groups who endorsed the ag labor bill that was introduced last week in the House of Representatives, but at least one large ag group isn’t on board.