trade

US, Mexico reach agreement in tomato trade dispute

According to Reuters, Mexican tomato producers have reached a deal with the U.S. government to avoid an anti-dumping investigation, Mexican Economy Mi... continue reading »

USDA to buy $200 million of processed foods, including tomatoes, in trade relief

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue today announced further details of the $16 billion package aimed at supporting American agricultural produc... continue reading »

Mango

Mango development for exportation focus of new initiative in the Philippines

AGRI Developments has announced the creation of mango development initiative in Central Visayas in the Philippines. The development will focus on prod... continue reading »

Trump announces rising tariffs on all Mexico imports

According to a statement by U.S. President Donald Trump issued May 30, the United States will impose a 5% tariff on all goods imported from Mexico sta... continue reading »

United Fresh: U.S.-Mexico border closing would cause ‘significant harm’

United Fresh Produce Association has issued the following statement on the possible U.S.-Mexico border shutdown: “U.S. Customs and Border Protect... continue reading »

United States, Canada, Mexico sign new free trade agreement: USMCA

The United States has signed a new trade agreement with Canada and Mexico. The new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) replaces the North... continue reading »

Processors see potential in Chinese market

China is an enormous country with equally enormous potential, especially for exporters of fresh and processed food. While export market potential is h... continue reading »

Fruitspot platform to offer produce trading

Fruitspot announced it will be available in over 100 countries on April 1. Fruitspot is a platform for verified commercial buyers and sellers of fruit... continue reading »

PMA Fresh Summit sessions tackle trade, TPP

Because global trade is an important area of focus for the Produce Marketing Association (PMA) members, nearly a dozen global trade experts from the f... continue reading »