The Solution: Call for a government inspection as soon as possible.
Inspections on Mexican tomatoes crossing the United States border are scheduled to start in less than two weeks. That’s a good thing, said Dante Galeazzi, CEO/President of TIPA.
Here are five tips for produce pros to keep in mind when reviewing inspection certificates completed at destination.
USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service will raise its quality and condition inspections by 10 percent this year. …
The words, “Fails to grade U.S. #1 account condition,” on a USDA inspection certificate sound awfully conclusive.