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China trade
07:31AM Dec 05, 2019

U.S. Trade With China Extends Decline as Tariff Talks Drag On

Bloomberg
Wire Service
U.S. trade with China extended its slide in October as goods imports from the nation fell to a fresh three-year low amid prolonged talks between the two largest economies on
10:37AM Nov 26, 2019

U.S. trade deficit in fresh produce widens

Tom Karst
AgWeb Contributor
The U.S. trade deficit for fresh produce will widen to $16.3 billion for fiscal year 2020, up 3% from fiscal year 2019 and up 15% compared with fiscal year 2018.
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11:00AM Nov 20, 2019

Sun World licenses grape companies in Chile, Peru

Chris Koger
News Editor, The Packer
Sun World International LLC, Palm Desert, Calif., has added a Chilean and two Peruvian grape companies to its licensees list.
12:57PM Nov 05, 2019

Produce Lovers’ Mexican blueberry facility almost ready

Chris Koger
News Editor, The Packer
Produce Lovers, a vertically-integrated grower that ships blueberries from the Mexican state of Jalisco, is shipping conventional and organic berries through mid-June.
12:08PM Nov 05, 2019

Fresh fruits exports lag under weight of tariffs

Tom Karst
AgWeb Contributor
Retaliatory trade tariffs continue to hurt U.S. fruit exports.
11:30AM Nov 05, 2019

Dominican avocado supply ramps up for WP Produce

Chris Koger
News Editor, The Packer
WP Produce, Miami, is reporting a strong start of the peak Dominican Republic avocado season, which it packs under the Desbry brand.
18:32PM Oct 27, 2019

Inspectors find pests in imported pumpkin shipment

Chris Koger
News Editor, The Packer
Pumpkins can be carved into scary jack-o-lanterns this time of the year, but there’s something scarier when it comes to imported pumpkins: invasive species.