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Molly Ringwald promotes Avocados From Mexico during Super Bowl

Avocados from  Mexico is offering a sneak peak of its Super Bowl commercial, featuring avocado fan Molly Ringwald.

Mexican grape Spring Summit set for Tubac resort

The spring summit highlighting the Mexican grape season will be in Tubac, Ariz., again.
Jan 20, 2020 by Chris Koger #Produce Crops, #Grapes, #Mexico

World Direct Shipping extends Port Manatee agreement

World Direct Shipping, Palmetto, Fla., has extended an agreement with Port Manatee, and added a third vessel to its service.

Avocados From Mexico, Bud Light and Cholula celebrate Guac Nation

Avocados From Mexico’s Guac Nation is back, in a cross promotion with Bud Light and Cholula hot sauce leading into the Super Bowl.

Five Crowns adds people, facilities to aid berry, asparagus growth

Five Crowns Marketing, Brawley, Calif., is expanding berry and asparagus volumes, and is adding industry veterans and facilities to support the increase.

Year in Produce No. 3 — Tomato Suspension Agreement

The Commerce Department’s decision in May to withdraw an agreement suspending an anti-dumping investigation on Mexican tomatoes entering
the U.S. set off a contentious debate on imported tomatoes in 2019.

Texas meeting covers inspections of imported Mexican tomatoes

The Texas International Produce Association, Mission, and other groups are sponsoring a meeting on inspections of Mexican tomatoes under the Tomato Suspension Agreement.

Good bell pepper, tomato crops expected

Tomatoes and bell peppers are two of the most popular winter produce items shipping from West Mexico.

Importers expect productive winter from West Mexico crops

Growers in West Mexico offer a wide range of winter produce and distributors were reporting good quality on all commodities.

Apeel adds offices, executives as company goes global

Apeel Sciences, Santa Barbara, Calif., is opening offices in Mexico, the Netherlands and Peru.