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Veggies From Mexico has a successful start of its training program

We started our annual online training program on August 18 through the Zoom platform, for the 2021-2022 season. Year after year, at the beginning of the […]

The Label as a Safety Tool: Learn About a Label for Pesticides

Pesticide labels contain detailed information on how to properly use the product, as they provide information on the potential hazards related to the product, and the […]

Interview: Germán Ever Alfaro Ibarra

In an interesting interview for Veggies From México on technology and innovation and the application of these in the farming sector, German Alfaro Ibarra shares with […]

México: Senasica and producers seek to strengthen sanitary and food safety tasks. 

In order for Mexican producers to become more involved in the programs of safety, plant and animal health operated by the Government of Mexico, the National Service for Agrifood […]

FDA Seeks Innovative Food Traceability Tools and Opens a Dialogue on Advancing Food Safety with Technology

When the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced the New Era of Smarter Food Safety initiative in April 2019 and then released the blueprint in July 2020 outlining our goals, […]

Mexico, US and Canada Unite Forces to Fight Climate Change

Mexico, the US and Canada have agreed to collaborate and share information in regards to technology generation models for climate change. The Ministry of Agriculture and […]

Is it a good idea to invest in sustainable badges and certifications?

In the 80s and 90s, it was common for companies to highlight that their products had a quality certificate or that they integrated quality practices into […]

10 Ways to Prioritize Water Quality

Farmers commonly focus their attention on conservation planning by thinking through planning issues that deal with nutrient management, soil health or a particular problem spot on […]

EU lowered the limits for toxic metals in fruits and Vegetables

Baby food, vegetables, fruit, cereals, meat, fish and other foodstuffs will have to meet stricter limits of cadmium and lead content before they can be sold […]