Agribusiness

Professors of Agribusiness Jeffrey Englin and Troy Schmitz and Research Professor Octavio Valdez-Lafarga revealed accusations of dumping by American agricultural groups coincided with the appreciation of United States currency against the Mexican peso.

A new agreement requiring inspections of tomatoes from Mexico could lead to delays at the border and higher prices at the grocery store.

One-fifth of the trash in our landfills is wasted food. Professor of Agribusiness Tim Richards is working to change that.

These tools will help retailers optimize their purchasing decisions to better match demand-flow.

Lauren Chenarides, an assistant professor at the Morrison School of Agribusiness, spoke with W. P. Carey news to discuss ways public entities and private businesses can help bring fresh fruit, vegetables, and other healthful whole meals to impoverished areas.