PRODUCE BUSINESS to Sponsor New Industry Insights Stage at New York Produce Show

November 21, 2022 PRODUCE BUSINESS Magazine

For the first time in its history, The New York Produce Show and Conference will have two educational platforms on the show floor for attendees to immerse themselves in education. In addition to hosting world-renowned educators from the nation’s leading Agricultural Institutions on it Educational Micro-session Stage — rebranded as Market Research Stage — the event will host panels of industry experts on its new Industry Insights Stage.

Pundit’s Mailbag: John Pandol Reveals The Myth of Europe Being ‘Ahead of Us’ in Climate Change, Challenges IFPA Leadership to ‘Autopsy the Disasters’

John Pandol has spoken out on many topics both here at the Pundit and on sister publication, PRODUCE BUSINESS magazine. Now our piece — Will Climate-Change Fanaticism Bankrupt The West? — prompted John to send this note.

There’s Much More to Grapes Than Just Buying and Selling

Back in pre-pandemic days, we launched The Global Grape Summit to help the industry wrestle with these important issues. Now with product innovation spreading around the world, and across many products such as berries and apples, we are focused on finding post-pandemic ways to help the grape industry discover a path to delight consumers, increase consumption and boost profitability.

How Do Consumers Value Produce? Local vs Long-Distance? Cornell’s Rebecca Wasserman-Olin Studies Strawberries to Provide Insights

A new researcher at the New York Produce Show, Rebecca Wasserman-Olin, shared new research findings about how customers value various appearance characteristics and how a consumer value perception is affected when a strawberry is marketed as ‘local,’ among other key findings.

PMA Fresh Summit Virtual Booth Review as Published in Produce Business

October 13, 2020 Produce Business Magazine

Each Friday, presents the latest compilation of Marketplace participants at this year’s PMA Fresh Summit, scheduled to take place October 13-15.