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Women's Fresh Perspectives Conference kicks off with opening reception

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MIAMI — The Center for Growing Talent by PMA hosted its fifth annual Women’s Fresh Perspectives Conference April 23-25 at the Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay Resort, here. The three-day event included inspirational speakers, educational workshops, sunrise fitness classes, evening receptions and a whole lot of networking.

Fresh produce sales still strong
Fresh produce sales for grocery retailers in the time of COVID-19 returned to more moderate dollar growth, compared to the first two weeks of social distancing. For the week ended March 29, fresh produce increased 8.1 percent compared to the same week in 2019, according to IRI. Fresh vegetables were up 15.2 percent while Read More ...
Fresh Solutions Network invests in digital programs to support local growers
Studies show that 70-80 percent of people research a company online before making a purchase. Shoppers search to find information about their potential food purchases in addition to the companies that produce it and what they stand for.  Consumers want the information quickly, efficiently, and with engaging details. To respond Read More ...
Limoneira donates lemons to help hospital staff keep immune systems strong
While there may be some exaggerated claims about the curative and preventive powers of mega-doses of vitamin C supplements, there is a strong consensus among health professionals that adequate dietary vitamin C is essential to maintaining a healthy immune system. Lemons are among the best dietary sources of vitamin C. These Read More ...
California strawberries share peak curve with COVID-19
Much to the chagrin of the California berry industry, the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, and the production of strawberries appear to be moving along the same peak curve. Both had limited roles in January, slowly increased in February, saw significant gains in March and are looking at reaching peak in the April-May time Read More ...
Metro commits $1 million to help communities in need
Metro donated $500,000 to Feed Ontario and United Way, along with a pledge to match customer donations of up to $500,000 in support of its Together We Can toonie-fundraising campaign. The retailer will be appealing to the generosity of its Metro and Food Basics customers inviting them to donate a toonie at checkout in Read More ...

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