The value of strong relationships between farmworkers and management has never been greater, Peter O'Driscoll and Vic Smith believe.
The U.S. Department will start inspecting Mexican tomatoes entering the U.S. on April 4, as part of the suspension agreement with the Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration.
The Customs and Border Protection is reminding members of the public traveling through ports of entry to be aware of what produce and other food is prohibited from crossing into
Field hearings to consider protection measures for U.S. produce against fruit and vegetable imports have been postponed.
Canada’s House of Commons and Senate voted in favor of implementing the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, one of the final hurdles before it becomes law.
The Sonora Spring Summit has been postponed because of coronavirus COVID-19, but the main focus of the program, an outlook of the Mexican grape crop, will be presented online as
Canada, the last of three countries to adopt the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada (USMCA) trade agreement, rushed through ratification of the pact on Friday.