Greg thinks the USDA's food box cancellation is political, Pamela thinks it's because the program wasn't doing enough. Is there a right answer?
Why does PMA/United Fresh work now when it didn't before? And Pamela has a candid review of Viva Fresh, and what that means for SEPC next week.
Pamela checks in from Dallas at the Viva Fresh, the first in-person produce industry event in more than a year.
Pamela and Greg discuss a flourishing blueberry market, the danger of the Dirty Dozen for fresh …
Pamela and Greg discuss this week’s busy Zoom schedule, from the PMA Virtual Town Hall, to …
Footage shows dropped grapefruit, rotting greens, and dead seedlings from the more than $600 million in crop losses. Growers expect a few items could recover, including cabbage and onions, but near total losses in late-season citrus.
According to a survey conducted by burger chain Red Robin, 39 percent of Americans recently “embraced veggies” over the past year, with spinach, kale, broccoli, and cauliflower topping the list of new vegetables they’ve tried.
Pamela's got a beef with a burger joint's veggie promotions, and is broccoli the MVP of vegetables?
The virtual event kicks off March 8 with a networking session, with the bulk of content March 9-11.
Pamela has some thoughts about raisins...and the State of the Plate.