BALTIMORE/WASHINGTON D.C. KNOW YOUR MARKET
Economic woes not as painful near nation's capital
08/10/2012 9:44:53 AMAs with other U.S. metropolitan regions, the economy remains a major concern for Baltimore and Washington,... Read more.
CORRECTED: Baltimore, Washington D.C. business updates
08/10/2012 9:15:56 AMCefalu computerizes tomato line Jessup, Md.-based G. Cefalu & Bro. Inc. and Capital Seaboard added a... Read more.
Retail, foodservice retain high demand for fresh produce in Baltimore area
08/01/2011 10:24:22 AMBaltimore and Washington, D.C., wholesalers, who distribute produce in an area so heavily reliant on... Read more.
Demand for fresh-cut produce expands in Mid-Atlantic
08/01/2011 10:22:27 AMConvenience and labor costs fuel demand for fresh-cut produce. Baltimore and Washington, D.C., distributors say... Read more.
Locally grown fresh produce demand strong in Baltimore region
08/01/2011 10:19:02 AMFor Balitmore and Washington, D.C., wholesalers distributing in the heart of the Eastern Shore and... Read more.
Specialty produce items enjoy robust demand in Baltimore/D.C. area
08/01/2011 10:16:45 AMDemand for specialty produce remains on the upswing for many Baltimore and Washington, D.C., distributors.... Read more.
Baltimore/D.C. produce sales escape effects of economic plunge
08/01/2011 10:00:51 AMThe state of the economy has had a mixed effect on produce sales in the Baltimore-Washington, D.C.... Read more.
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- Mastronardi’s Eco Flavor Bowl Impact Awards finalist
- New plant brings Baker Farms into fresh-cut leafy greens
- Dole expands distribution of Salad Companions, organic blends
- Trial date set in Chiquita clean water suit
- Food safety regulations will change industry, Brackett says
- Potato industry prepares for GMO offering
- USDA releases final 2008-2012 crop numbers
- Greening not likely to affect Texas citrus volumes, quality
- California program provides retail produce boost
- Guess who’s not hating on GMOs — you’ll be surprised