As GEM production continues to grow in California, the California Avocado Commission encourages California avocado growers to attend its free webinar: the Future of GEM in California. The webinar takes places on December 20. Learn more.
The 35th annual California Small Farm Conference will host more than 50 online workshops, videos, interactive forums and in-person gatherings across the state from February 26 – March 3. The conference also includes Spanish-language virtual events.
Members of the California avocado industry in need of obtaining produce safety training required by the federal Food Safety Modernization act can obtain low-cost training courtesy of the Food Safety Training Partnership. The fee for the produce safety training sessions is $35 and includes course materials and a certificate.
AB 2183, the new agricultural employee unionization card check legislation, goes into effect on January 1, 2023. A new labor law seminar “How to Prepare for AB 2183 “Card Check,” will be held December 21 to assist industry members.
The California Avocado Commission joined 25 foodservice editors representing 25 publications and other public relations professionals at the International Foodservice Editorial Council Annual Conference: “Toast to the Coast” held in Santa Barbara, California.