Groups such as the Fresh Produce Association of the Americas and the Border Trade Alliance continue to make misleading statements about the U.S.-Mexico Tomato Suspension Agreement in an apparent attempt to muddy the waters and stoke fear among other agricultural sectors in the U.S.
AgriTalk Host Chip Flory brings in Jim Wiesemeyer to cover news from Washington, Greg Henderson and Pamela Riemenschneider cover online produce shopping, and Rhonda Brooks previews Farm Journal's Yield Tour.
(UPDATED, Nov. 9) With the next round of NAFTA negotiations set to start in Mexico City Nov. 17, House Agriculture leaders convened a discussion that stressed the importance of the trade agreement to farmers.
Reedley, Calif.-based Dayka & Hackett LLC hopes to give the major mandarin labels a run for their money this summer by tying it in with the release of the Universal Pictures/Illumination Entertainment animated film “D
The first Chilean clementines of the season arrived in North America a couple of weeks earlier than last year, and the quality of the fruit is better than a year ago because a lengthy drought finally has come to an end,
The Santiago-based Chilean Citrus Committee traditionally has helped promote easy-peelers and other Chilean citrus at retail throughout the U.S. This year, the committee plans to expand its marketing program into Canada
Domestic summer fruit like peaches, plums and nectarines may capture the supermarket spotlight at this time of year, but clementines and mandarins have built up such a following lately that most retailers see a consiste
Though they’re commonly referred to as “clementines,” the Chilean easy-peelers that turn up in supermarkets during the summer actually reflect a number of different citrus varieties, some that are and some that ar
One variety's up, one's down, but the net should be an increase in exports of Chilean easy-peelers to the U.S. this summer, said Karen Brux, president of the San Carlos, Calif.-based Chilean Fresh Fruit Association.