Mexican Fresh Tomatoes: Agribusiness Value Chain Contributions to the U.S. Economy

2021-07-29T16:38:48+00:00July 29th, 2021|Categories: Studies|

Mexican Fresh Tomatoes: Agribusiness Value Chain Contributions to the U.S. Economy Dari Duval Economic Impact Analyst Ashley Kerna Bickel Economic Impact Analyst George Frisvold Professor and Extension Specialist Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics Cooperative ExtensionThe University of Arizona January 2018 View Report Now: Mexican Fresh Tomatoes: Agribusiness Value Chain Contributions to the U.S. Economy View Data [...]

Inspections and Non-Tariff Barriers on “Perishable Imports” at the Mexico-US Border: Legal Limits and Best Practices – TradeLab

2021-05-05T19:46:12+00:00April 27th, 2021|Categories: Studies|

To view in PDF version, click: Inspections and Non-Tariff Barriers on “Perishable Imports” at the Mexico-US Border: Legal Limits and Best Practices   International Economic Law Clinic Inspections and Non-Tariff Barriers on “Perishable Imports” at the Mexico-US Border: Legal Limits and Best Practices   January 14, 2021 Derek Brewer, Brien Brockback, Leon Kuntz, Tusa Rutherford, Ekaterina [...]

Tomato Week 2021 Provides Industry Partners With The Latest Data on Tomatoes

2021-07-28T20:54:13+00:00March 19th, 2021|Categories: Press Releases, Studies|

P.O. Box 848, Nogales, AZ 85628 Ph. (520) 287-2707, Fax (520) 287-2948 For Immediate Release  Contact: Lance Jungmeyer (lance@freshfrommexico.com) or Allison Moore (amoore@freshfrommexico.com) Tomato Week 2021 Provides Industry Partners With The Latest Data on Tomatoes  The Fresh Produce Association of The Americas Launches New Webinar Series focused on fresh imported tomatoes from Mexico  NOGALES, Az. (March [...]