The Fresh Produce Association of America (FPAA) is pleased to announce a free upcoming webinar focusing on the potential impacts of the termination of the 2019 Tomato Suspension Agreement. This webinar is a response to the Florida Tomato Exchange’s (FTE) request for the Department of Commerce to terminate the 2019 Suspension Agreement on Fresh Tomatoes from Mexico and potentially issue an antidumping duty (AD) order. 

Scheduled for Tuesday, December 12, at 12:00 pm Mountain Standard Time (2:00 pm Eastern Time), this session is aimed at helping tomato importers and other industry members understand the implications of such an AD order.  

Adams Lee, FPAA’s trade lawyer from Harris Bricken, will lead the discussion, providing expert insights and addressing questions from participants. The FPAA is committed to supporting the industry and its members during these uncertain times and has prepared a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) document, which will be a topic of discussion in the webinar. 

Members of the fresh produce industry are invited to attend this important session. Prior registration is required, and details for joining the webinar will be sent following registration. The FPAA also encourages participants to forward any specific questions to in advance. 

This free webinar is a part of FPAA’s ongoing efforts to provide current information and guidance on industry-related matters. The association looks forward to a productive session and values the participation of its members and the industry at large.  

For further information and to register for the webinar, please follow the link provided.

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About FPAA:

Founded in 1944 in Nogales, Arizona, the Fresh Produce Association of the Americas has grown to become one of the most influential agricultural groups in the United States. Today, the FPAA provides a powerful voice for improvement and sustainability by serving the needs of more than 100 North American companies involved in the growth, harvest, marketing, import, and distribution of produce. For more information, visit