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Midterm election projection from Washington Conference- General News
Historically, the party of the president does poorly in the midterm election, but this year may not be as bad as it could be for the Democrats.
IFPA to bring The Joy of Fresh to Washington Conference- General News
International Fresh Produce Association continues to release details of The Washington Conference to take place in Washington D.C. from September 26-28 and have announced that in addition to speakers and meetings with congresspeople, IFPA will host a Joy of Fresh activation at the Eastern Market on Capitol Hill.
Senator, FDA leaders to speak at IFPA Washington Conference- General News
IFPA announced that Senate Agriculture Committee Ranking Member, John Boozman (R-AR) and FDA leaders Dr. Susan Mayne, Director of the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition, and Frank Yiannas, Deputy Commissioner for Food Policy and Response, will participate in The Washington Conference event held in D.C. from September 26-28.
IFPA hopes this is the year for ag immigration reform- General News
It’s been attempted for decades, but the International Fresh Produce Association’s government relations group is cautiously optimistic for a bipartisan solution to the immigration crisis with relations to agriculture.
United Fresh plans for in-person Washington Conference- General News
Members of the produce industry will join together to make their voices heard at the 2021 Annual Washington Conference taking place September 20-22 in person at the Grand Hyatt in Washington, DC.
Trump, Biden campaigns to appeal to Washington Conference attendees- General News
Representatives of the Trump and Biden Presidential Campaigns will tangle live at the United Fresh Annual Washington Conference, advocating their case for why their candidate is the best choice for the produce industry to lead the country for the next four years.
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.