John Pandol, director of special projects for Pandol Bros., talks grapes, travel, retail and more on the Tip of the Iceberg Podcast. ( Photo courtesy John Pandol; Graphic by The Packer )

Episode 7 of the Tip of the Iceberg Podcast, brought to you by The Packer and PMG, features an interview with industry veteran John Pandol, director of special projects for Delano, Calif.-based Pandol Bros.

Pandol discusses how the Mexican grape season turned out and expectations for the California season. He and Tom Karst, The Packer's editor-in-chief, also talk about adjusting normal work routines — which for Pandol are heavy on travel and store visits — due to the coronavirus, and they ponder when in-person trade shows might return. They also discuss international trade, online grocery and other topics. 

You can listen to the podcast on the player below or on popular apps including Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

In case you're new to Tip of the Iceberg Podcast, its name serves as a reminder for listeners that these conversations are just a taste of the vast produce industry coverage provided by The Packer newspaper, PMG magazine and always-updating websites for both brands: ThePacker.com and ProduceMarketGuide.com. Hope you enjoy the conversation!

Some of our previous episodes include the following:

Podcast — WSU's Karen Lewis talks robotic apple harvesting 

Tip of the Iceberg Podcast — Gina Garven

Podcast — USDA's Greg Ibach on the Farmers to Families Food Box Program

 
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