CEO of the United Fresh Produce Association, outlines some of the drastic steps taken, and next steps forward for the fresh produce industry in this update from Washington, D.C.
Greg and Pamela discuss the next few weeks in retail sales, and what's in store for fresh produce, consumer myths about fresh produce during the COVID-19 pandemic, and how this year's Dirty Dozen could help push the list further into oblivion.
Greg Johnson spoke with the Richard Owen, vice president of global trade for the Produce Marketing Association about which provisions of the $2 trillion economic stimulus package could benefit the produce industry, and what PMA is doing for members during the COVID-19 crisis.
Consumers stocked up -- big time -- but Anne-Marie thinks the numbers will be even higher next week as consumers are ordered to stay at home to stop the spread of COVID-19.
I talked with Doug Nelson from Blue Book’s Trading Assistance group in a video to gather further insight, such as how a produce seller can extend payment terms without risking its PACA trust rights.
Greg was out on vacation last week, and came home to something a little...different.
How do you find, and nurture, your brand's authentic message?
Greg and Pamela discuss industry events affected by coronavirus, and the one thing that's not: how to wash your produce.
TAMPA, FL--This store is an example of what Sprouts is NOT going to do going forward.
If The Fresh Market wants to win more customers, people have to feel like it's a unique experience with carefully curated flavors.