Tag Archives: imports

Squashing Seasonality

To satisfy consumer demand for fresh produce year-round, many growers import products in the off-season. Everything… all the time. That is what consumers want … Continue reading

Posted in 2015 11 Article Archives, Focus on Fresh

Newcastle introduces Scotch Ale, first in “collaboration editions” series

Most Brits know a thing or two about improving through collaboration, and Newcastle Brown Ale is no different. To keep beer discovery fresh and … Continue reading

Posted in Grocery, What's New

Duda Farm Fresh Foods Kicks Off Citrus Import Season

Duda Farm Fresh Foods has a large variety of citrus items available now in promotable volumes for summer citrus categories nationwide. From premium grapefruit … Continue reading

Posted in Perishables, What's New

Gourmet Trading Company is Now Importing Peruvian Blueberries

North American distributor of fresh asparagus, blueberries and blackberries, Gourmet Trading Company, announced it has received its first shipment of Peruvian Blueberries. Gourmet Trading … Continue reading

Posted in Perishables, What's New

Fresh Blueberries from Chile Projected to Set New Record

Export of fresh Blueberries from Chile is projected to continue the upward momentum this 2012-13 season, forecasted to rise by 21% over the prior … Continue reading

Posted in News

Peruvian Avocados Return to the United States

Avocados from Peru are returning to the United States this June through September. To celebrate, the Peruvian Avocado Commission is launching an inaugural marketing … Continue reading

Posted in Perishables, Promotions, What's New

From far, far away

Produce imports continue to grow, providing retailers with colorful, fresh product to expand their departments. There was a time, long ago, when the fruits … Continue reading

Posted in 2011 11 Article Archives, Focus on Fresh