TOMATO SUSPENSION AGREEMENT IN THE AIR

FROM: THE PACKER Negotiations on a new tomato suspension agreement were stuck in neutral in early August, with a danger of slipping into reverse. Three months after the U.S. pulled out of the last agreement, Mexican tomato growers put forward a new proposal Aug. 5 for a tomato suspension…

PORT OF LAREDO #1

The Port of Los Angeles is no longer the nation’s leading port, further evidence that the U.S.-China trade war is scrambling the deck chairs of U.S. trade.Laredo, a city of 260,000 hard on the U.S.-Mexico border, is.In the month of March, the latest U.S. Census…

GET THE LATEST ON THE TOMATO SUSPENSION AGREEMENT AT THE VIVA FRESH EXPO

APR 18, 2019 Viva Fresh Expo to host workshop on Tomato Suspension Agreement From the left are Dante Galeazzi, president and CEO of the Texas International Produce Association; J.O. Alvarez, president of J.O. Alvarez; Jason Klinowski, an agricultural and food law attorney at Wallace, Jordan,…

UNIFIED CARGO PROCESSING COMES TO EL PASO

Joint Cargo Processing Expands at Texas Port of Entry Tuesday, October 02, 2018 Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg Trade Report The U.S. and Mexico announced Sept. 28 the implementation of unified cargo processing at the Ysleta cargo facility at the El Paso port of entry. CBP…