FPAA Disappointed in Commerce’s Intent to Withdraw from Tomato Suspension Agreement

The Fresh Produce Association of the Americas (FPAA) is disappointed to learn that the Department of Commerce intends to withdraw from the 2013 Tomato Suspension Agreement with Mexico.

FPAA Postpones Spring Policy Summit

“Despite the deal to re-open the government for three weeks, it will be difficult for federal employees to plan for travel so soon after the shutdown,” said Lance Jungmeyer, President of the FPAA. “The Spring Policy Summit has been an outstanding forum to bring together the government and industry to have frank dialogue about regulations and policies. ”

Produce Industry Applauds Governor Ducey’s Commitment to Arizona Jobs

An Arizona state investment in a cold inspection facility in Nogales is set to broaden fresh fruit and vegetable availability, helping boost employment and economic development.