Specialty crop growers in the Sunshine State seek relief from unfair trade deal.
Much-needed investments in labor-saving technology could be key to long-term survival.
Reorganization puts trade, farm production as top priorities for the agency.
With a focus on Mexico, letter sent by Adam Putnam to the U.S. Department of Commerce Secretary stresses need for level playing field.
Local grower community hopeful over President Trump’s announced intention to renegotiate NAFTA.
Researchers are finding high demand for the tart citrus, opening the door for opportunistic Florida growers to fill the need.
USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack has announced the USDA’s Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) is awarding $200 million to more […]
In what one prominent economist says is a blow to U.S. fruit exporters, the White House concedes the Trans-Pacific Partnership is not going to be ratified.
With more imports, we have to redouble our efforts to protect ourselves from foreign pest invaders.
Prospects for continued growth in exports look good but the strong dollar and increased competition will continue to moderate this growth.
First vessel passes through new, larger locks as country celebrates.
Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam says a confluence of events is putting the state’s producers in a good spot to open new markets.
The prospects of normalized trade with the island nation could shake up the Sunshine State’s farming sector.
The discussion focused on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, with the Produce Marketing Association calling for strong implementation and enforcement.
Opportunities for growers abound as the Panama Canal doubles its capacity.
Leaders from across the U.S. agriculture and food sector have continued to express their optimism and confidence in […]
Late on the evening of Friday, May 22, the U.S. Senate approved the Trade Priorities And Accountability Act […]