The NFI Sushi Council Announces Founding Members 

The National Fisheries Institute Sushi Council has announced its roster of founding members. Following a successful membership campaign, the Council has engaged 26 companies to support its food safety initiative.  

IFPA Welcomes USDA’s Updates to WIC Nutrition Program

The International Fresh Produce Association (IFPA), the largest and most diverse international association serving the entire fresh produce supply chain, welcomes the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) updates to its Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC), helping to ensure fruit and vegetable access for millions of families.

ProducePay Hosts First Global Table Grape Summit, Uniting the Industry Towards a Predictable Supply Chain

April 10, 2024 ProducePay

ProducePay, the agtech company on a mission to transform the global agricultural industry into a more predictable, connected and sustainable supply chain, has successfully hosted its first Global Table Grape Summit in Sonora, Northern Mexico. This invitation-only event brought together over 30 of the world’s best growers, solution providers, trade associations, produce buyers and distributors to discuss how to benefit end-consumers with high quality table grapes at stable pricing.

How Continental Fresh is Bringing JOY Through Water to Latin America

April 10, 2024 Continental Fresh LLC

Continental Fresh LLC, a grower, shipper and importer of fresh fruits and vegetables from Latin America, is celebrating an abundant mango supply, branded in its Water For All program at this year’s Viva Fresh trade show in Houston, TX.

Church Brothers Farms Now Shipping From 1250 Hansen Street Facility in Central Salinas

April 10, 2024 Church Brothers Farms

Church Brothers Farms today announced that it has begun shipping from 1250 Hansen Street in Salinas, which it acquired in April 2023 along with 1230 Hansen Street, 780, 806 and 889 Airport Boulevard. Combined, the properties include approximately 200,000 square feet of warehouse space on 18 acres of land. Built in 1978, the buildings were previously used for produce processing, cold storage, and distribution.