2018 has been an extra busy campaign for the industry association celebrating a milestone anniversary.
Florida Fruit & Vegetable Association’s annual convention reaches a mighty milestone.
When it comes to telling the story of agriculture, it’s important to serve up the facts. Crop-centric infographics are one way to spread the word.
Crop of emerging industry leaders from Florida step out of the field to visit with state lawmakers on their turf.
Calls for a separate domestic industry provision for perishable and seasonal products adding more confusion to the clutter.
Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam heartened by the strides being made by growers around the state as they begin to recover from the hurricane.
Emerging leader development for agriculture starts from the ground up.
Although trade talk objectives may not deliver the short-term relief for Florida fruit and vegetable growers, they appear on the right track.
Trade issues are top of mind these days for specialty crop producers. Efforts have been underway since early […]
The Specialty Crop Farm Bill Alliance has kicked off its efforts to communicate to Congress its priority needs […]
Local grower community hopeful over President Trump’s announced intention to renegotiate NAFTA.
Annual tour allows Florida’s future farming leaders the chance to have open and honest discussions with CEOs and managers and tap into their knowledge.
I tell my friends I have the best job around. Why? Because of this industry and the people who work in it.
Poorly thought-out government policies loom as a major threat that prevents Florida farmers and ranchers from feeding a hungry world.
Florida agriculture has a compelling story to tell every day, but what better time to tell it than National Farmer’s Day?
The five-day journey was enlightening, providing participants with a better perspective of the state of agriculture in this country 90 miles off Florida’s coast.
Specialty crop industry stakeholders hungry to understand what’s ahead as FDA begins implementing new food safety rules.
Annual event allows representatives of federal and state agencies to get an up-close look at Florida agriculture.
Saying ‘I’m sorry’ during a crisis situation may not be easy. But in the long run, it can make a significant difference in how your company’s brand and reputation weather a storm.
The Florida Fruit & Vegetable Association has created visual aids for growers seeking to educate the public on what they do.