100 days post Brexit, what are the impacts on the produce sector?
John Giles of Promar International says: "They always say Rome wasn’t built in a day – but neither has the full impact of Brexit been seen in the UK after 100 – yet."
Leverage the power of perishables by differentiating fresh food offerings
Sally Lyons Wyatt and Jonna Parker of IRI say three key areas offer retailers and manufacturers fantastic differentiation opportunities, whether in-store, online or out-of-store with digital or other media.
Opinion: Unity is a necessity to achieve greater goals
Cristian Tagle, President of the Chilean Cherry Committee, says the industry must come together following an unprecedented and challenging season.
Opinion: Supply shock, demand collapse?
In the wake of the Chilean table grape damage, John Pandol says "the idea of 'there’s half the supply so the price should double' never happens".
Time for the blueberry industry of the Americas to come to the table
Following the last week's USITC ruling, Cort Brazelton says: "In the aftermath of this intense process, we have an opportunity to come together."
Opinion: The debate on blueberry imports vs domestic supply is worthy of history books
Jim Prevor says that this battle over blueberries, and protecting US farmers versus providing for consumers, is truly a battle that has echoed through U.S. history.
Opinion: More hope within the banana sector this year
José Antonio Hidalgo, Executive Director of the Association of Banana Exporters in Ecuador (AEBE), says the banana sector continues with the same passion and commitment as always while taking the challenges it faced in 2020 as lessons learned.
What does 2021 hold for the international fresh produce sector?
John Giles of Promar International speaks about some things happening around the world in the fresh produce sector and what the U.K.-EU trade deal could mean for both sides.