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 was out on vacation last week, and came home to something a little...different.
Greg and Pamela discuss industry events affected by coronavirus, and the one thing that's not: how to wash your produce.
Pamela and Greg discuss the produce and retail industry's response to coronavirus and why Pamela's glad she's been stockpiling trade show hand sanitizers all these years.
Pamela checks in from Southern Exposure in Tampa, FL, while Greg has returned from his trip to San Diego for the annual National Grocers Association expo. They discuss what they learned and hope to learn.
Pamela's in McAllen, TX, for an In Bloom working night for the Texas International Produce Association, and happened to catch the groundbreaking for a new facility for GR Fresh, and Greg's got coverage from Aldi and the coronavirus back in the office.
Pamela and Greg discuss the billion dollar lawsuit brought by growers against C.H. Robinson, and the authenticity and origin of Pamela's famous Avocado Leggings in this week's episode of The Produce Reporter Week in Review.
Pamela reports from Fruit Logistica in Berlin, the world's largest produce gathering.
The Super Bowl is coming, and that means avocados, avocados, avocados. Record volumes entered in the …
Greg and Pamela pay tribute to the lasting legacy of Frieda Caplan, and talk about what happened with Lucky's Market, Fairway Markets and the road ahead to reestablishing fresh produce trade in China.