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In the third quarter of 2019, it’s looking as though most of the chaos that formed the story of 2018 has subsided. That doesn’t mean it is business as usual. There are plenty of questions unanswered as it relates to how transportation and logistics will impact produce shippers in the immediate future — From the agricultural exemption for hours of service more clearly defined definitions for what constitutes a sufficiently... Read more

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Pomegranate harvest set to begin mid-August
The California pomegranate harvest should get started this month with expectations that the crop would be down a bit because of weather issues. However, it is still expected to exceed five million cartons this year. In early August, the grower who usually has the earliest fruit was expecting a mid-August start date. “Continued warm days and cool nights in California’s... Read more

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Pacific AgPak, based in Watsonville, CA, handles the packaging needs for agricultural growers, manufacturers, and producers in California, the Pacific Northwest, Canada, and Mexico, and packaging and custom-labeling needs for distributors, large-scale farmers and retailers. When it comes to grapes, the company offers both a 2- and 4-pound grape clamshell, a... Read more

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Hudson River Fruit Distributors celebrates addition of fifth generation
On July 24, Milton, NY-based Hudson River Fruit Distributors welcomed its fifth-generation family member when fourth-generation Alisha Albinder-Camac and her husband, Jesse Camac, welcomed their son, Cayden Joseph Camac, into the world. The infant arrived weighing eight-pounds, six-ounces. A photo announcing... Read more