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2019 apple crop shows consumer focus, Roper says

The mix of apple varieties is all shook up compared with 30 years, and Don Roper believes that is a good thing.
Aug 19, 2019 by Tom Karst #Video, #Produce (General), #Apples

Back to school promotions with Mike Mauti

The Packer’s editor Tom Karst visited Aug. 16 with retail consultant Mike Mauti about back-to-school promotions.

Banana industry staggered by TR4 discovery: now what?

The Packer’s Tom Karst visits Aug. 14 with Gerrit (Gert) Kema, professor and researcher at Wageningen University in the Netherlands about the recent discovery of Panama disease in Latin America.

Packer Interview - Jessica Shade

The Packer’s Editor Tom Karst talks July 30 with Jessica Shade, director of science programs with The Organic Center.

Packer Insight - Jason Klinowski talks Mexican tomato trade

The Packer’s Editor Tom Karst talked with Jason Klinowski, agricultural and food law attorney on July 17.

Senators sponsor bill to boost inspectors of imports

Four U.S. senators have introduced legislation to boost the number of federal employees inspecting food at the borders.

Packer Interview - Shay Myers

The Packer’s Tom Karst talks with Shay Myers, general manager of Nyssa, Ore.-based Owyhee Produce on May 28.

United Fresh show previewed

The United Fresh Produce Association is coming to Chicago one more time, and expectations are high for the Windy City and the show.

Leaders review New England Organic Produce Conference

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — How did the inaugural New England Organic Produce Conference go? The Packer's Northeast editor Amy Sowder asks the organizers.

Some Florida Citrus Seeing Recovery from Greening

Florida citrus is slowly trying to fight its way through the devastation of Citrus Greening and some ideas are working.
Apr 20, 2019 by AgDay TV #Video, #Citrus, #Produce (General)