Perdue says Trump is a farmer’s best friend

- General News
WASHINGTON, DC – Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue reminded the fresh produce industry, he and his boss represent farmers.

USApple’s Bair urges USMCA passage

- General News
While not all growers export, trade is critical to the future of the entire industry.  If those apples don’t find homes overseas they flood the domestic market, leading to supply issues that impact everyone’s bottom line.

FFVA promotes Fair Trade For Farmers Day

- General News

PRESS RELEASE Florida Fruit & Vegetable Association BB #:153753 has been fighting hard for trade relief …

Fresh Produce Association of the Americas Expresses Alarm About Potential Monopoly of U.S. Tomato Market

- General News
A small group of Florida companies is pushing dramatic changes to U.S. trade policy that will drive other U.S. companies out of the tomato supply chain and disadvantage consumers

FPAA supports bipartisan Congressional coalition’s opposition to seasonal trade provision

- General News

NEWS RELEASE Nogales, AZ- A bipartisan group of 23 Senators and House Members sent a strong …

Florida Study echoes Georgia concerns about lack of protections under USMCA

- General News
An Economic Impact Analysis from the University of Florida warns of significant losses for the Florida fresh produce industry if the current trajectory of Mexican imports continues.

Ag groups push for USMCA

- General News

Several hundred agriculture groups, including many representing the fresh produce industry, sent Congress leaders a letter …

Secretary Perdue says USMCA will be win for produce growers

- General News

Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue pushed back against those who say the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement will harm American …

More tariff talk, this time it’s Mexican berries

- International
Now that Mexican tomatoes are subject to duties, some wonder if berries might be next.

Report: Georgia economy could suffer “catastrophic” damage under current USMCA

- General News
Economic impact models released by the University of Georgia show potentially “catastrophic” damage to the state’s fresh produce industry under the Trump Administration’s U.S. Mexico Canada Agreement.