As the long, hot summer winds to a close, the fall season beckons -- with different products, different sales initiatives and a different kind of customer: moms and dads, determined to get the new school year started off right.
Fruit size and tonnage out of Mexico likely will be down slightly through most of September as the industry moves into the flora loca crop, which bridges the gap between the old crop and the aventajada crop.
Divine Flavor is a strong believer in taking care of its people and the environment. Check out this infographic to learn how Divine Flavor is promoting social responsibility and sustainability among the food industry.
Giving his outlook on the next few months in Washington D.C., Robert Guenther, senior vice president of public policy for the United Fresh Produce Association, talks with Tom Karst, editor of The Packer, on Aug. 14