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The Obama Administration continues to blunder when it comes to the issue of sequestration. While President Obama invoked fears that sequestration would hamstring the economy, the stock market has proceeded to... Read more.
While the Perishable Pundit is killing megawatts of coal-fired electrons with massive treatises on the latest developments of the under-reported Namibian produce industry, there are plenty of other... Read more.
We know this: the next big thing won’t be the last big thing. I asked members of the Fresh Produce Industry Discussion Group about the "next big thing" for fresh produce, and already we have... Read more.
A record number of American households are on food stamps, as the Drudge Report faithfully reminded me this morning in his constantly updated collection of distressing headlines. U.S. Department of Agriculture... Read more.
What one thing could transform America’s eating habits quicker than anything else? For starters, what if retailers put healthy items – i.e., fruits and vegetables – in at least some... Read more.
While on the road recently I was visiting with a marketer who mentioned that Wal-Mart is (no shock here) seeking to increase the percentage of its customers who buy fresh produce when they visit supercenters... Read more.
I read with interest that the frozen food industry is planning a “makeover” ad campaign designed to warm consumer perceptions of their products. Why does frozen food need this “makeover”? Consider Wendy’s... Read more.
Checking in from Washington’s state on the coverage of the newly introduced immigration reform bill, I’m curious to see how the legislation is viewed by the Drudge Report, industry leaders... Read more.
The fabric that makes up America was ripped again yesterday with the horrific bombing at the Boston Marathon. The attack on the running community – among the most charitable and optimistic folks... Read more.