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Berry donations to schools puts Bobalu Berries in position to help

Like many family businesses, Oxnard, California-based Bobalu Berries is navigating through the global issue occurring, but as a farming company, is also navigating through normal spring weather patterns as demand increases for its fresh strawberries.... more »

H-2A visas’ assurance during pandemic sought by Feinstein

Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-California, called on the State Department to protect the nation’s food supply chain by ensuring agriculture workers are able to receive H-2A visas during the COVID-19 pandemic. “The ability to harvest food is... more »

CDFA’s COVID-19 resources webpage: Updated information for food, agriculture

The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA’s) COVID-19 dedicated webpage is constantly updated with resources for those in the Food and Agriculture sector, which is regarded as critical infrastructure in this crisis as well as all... more »

Advisory for Agriculture Worker Protection released in Monterey County

On March 20, the Monterey County (California) Agriculture Commissioner’s Office and Supervisors Luis Alejo and Chris Lopez along with Grower-Shipper Association of Central California, Monterey County Farm Bureau, Monterey County Vintners and Growers Association, Coastal... more »

California stay-at-home order happens as ag sector digs in

With agriculture designated “critical infrastructure” by federal and state governments, the California Farm Bureau Federation reiterated its commitment to assist the state’s farmers, ranchers and agricultural businesses during the statewide stay-at-home order issued by Gov.... more »

COVID-19 impact on Colorado specialty crops industry viewed

The Colorado Fruit & Vegetable Growers Association (CFVGA) and its grower members are very concerned about the impact COVID-19 is having on Coloradans' physical, economic and social health. "We join authorities in urging Coloradans to... more »

Ag exempted from Monterey’s shelter order

Agricultural operations and related food businesses are being exempted from a shelter-in-place order in Monterey County, one of the country’s most prolific specialty crop production areas. COVID-19,... more »

Texas International Produce Association cancels 2020 Viva Fresh Expo

The 2020 Viva Fresh Expo has been canceled due to the increased concern for the health and safety of the exhibitors and attendees. Going forward, the 2021 Viva Fresh Expo is scheduled for March 23-28,... more »

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