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A leading Mexican politician believes the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement may be in trouble without a renewed tomato suspension agreement.
Jun 18, 2019 by Tom Karst
Ongoing investment in protected agriculture in Mexico will likely result in continued losses for the fruit and vegetable industry in Florida, according to a new report from the University of Florida.
Jun 17, 2019 by Tom Karst
A simple inquiry — what has happened to fresh tomato shipments during the last decade, especially relative to Florida and Mexico?
Jun 04, 2019 by Tom Karst
Jimmy Munguia, the chairman of the tomato division for the FPAA, has been busy in recent months supporting the group’s position in favor of keeping a tomato suspension agreement in place.
May 31, 2019 by Chris Koger
A new six-acre greenhouse expansion by Wholesum in Arizona will produce an estimate of 3.5 million pounds of organic beefsteak tomatoes.
May 29, 2019 by Tom Karst
Smoky Mountain Family Farms, Newport, Tenn., has hired Jerry Simmons Jr. to handle on-site sales, and the company has formed a partnership with Gargiulo Inc., Naples, Fla.
May 28, 2019 by Chris Koger