Many Texas distributors say they’re in kind of an in-between mode — between the sales bump of the holidays and the next buildup that starts as spring nears, tourists arrive and conventions come to town.
PACIFIC GROVE, Calif. — Organic farming and marketing is not getting any easier, and a panel of organic supply chain experts at EcoFarm 2020 said the causes include regulations, competition and rising consumer demands.
Brian Cook, the new chairman of the Fresh Produce & Floral Council, plans to “take a hard look at all FPFC events to make sure member value is there for retailers, the grower-shipper community and allied industries.”
LAS VEGAS — A person’s digital presence can begin before birth and will endure long after death, and author Eric Qualman said there is no sense for people to avoid working on their digital reputation now.
Two days after news broke that Niwot, Colo.-based Lucky’s Market planned to shutter 32 of its 39 stores, the company has confirmed the closures and described them as “part of its restructuring efforts.”