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China Tariffs
17:19PM Jul 19, 2019

Produce groups receive $ millions to offset tariffs, trade barriers

Chris Koger
News Editor, The Packer
The USDA named 49 recipients of Agricultural Trade Promotion funds — designed to spur new export markets for growers hurt by tariffs and other trade disruptions — including 11 produce
17:01PM Jul 19, 2019

Should You Choose ARC or PLC?

Anna-Lisa Laca
Online and Business Editor
Weigh your options to find the best fit for your farm
Cargo ship
16:52PM Jul 19, 2019

Analysts Cite Recession, ASF, Trade War As Potential Black Swans

Anna-Lisa Laca
Online and Business Editor
Chip Nellinger of Blue Reef AgriMarketing and Bob Utterback of Utterback Marketing say global recession, African Swine Fever (ASF) and a quickly resolved trade war could be black swans in
16:14PM Jul 19, 2019

Packer Insight — H-2A, cotton candy grapes and yellow dragon fruit

Ashley Nickle
Staff Writer, The Packer
Tom Karst joins Ashley Nickle to discuss news of the week, from the latest developments on the H-2A immigration program to updates on some specialty produce items that shoppers will
15:40PM Jul 19, 2019

FDA considers ‘regulatory actions’ against papaya distributor

Chris Koger
News Editor, The Packer
In response to a distributor’s refusal to recall Mexican papayas implicated in a salmonella outbreak, the Food and Drug Administration has alerted all of its customers and is pursuing other
15:32PM Jul 19, 2019

Jerry Gulke: Defensive Grain Markets Continue

Sara Schafer
Sara Schafer
Normally, hot and dry weather in the grain markets would be friendly to grain prices—not this year.
14:42PM Jul 19, 2019

Soybeans Rise Despite Uncertainty

Clinton Griffiths
AgDay Anchor, Executive Producer
Soybean prices rallied on Friday following news from China it is seeing a slow down in the spread of African Swine Fever however analysts caution carryover remains high.