Priority Issues

cover page of the 2024 Policy and Floral Public Polices document

2024 Fresh Produce And Floral Public Policy Agenda
and an in-depth look at each of our priority issues.

Explore our Positions On Priority Issues

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Farm Bill

The specialty crop industry is united in advocating for a common set of priorities as Congress prepares to reauthorize the Farm Bill before it expires in 2023.

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Infrastructure & Transportation Policy

Learn how IFPA is advocating to address significant delays in the infrastructure and transportation of delivering fresh produce to retail and wholesale customers.

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Fresh Produce Workforce

Learn more about the industry's needs and efforts for legislation to reform our broken immigration system and help build a legal and reliable workforce.

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Nutrition & Growing Consumption

Federal nutrition policy and programs play a pivotal role in helping Americans address barriers to access and consumption of fresh fruits and vegetables.

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Food Safety

Empower your business with a comprehensive suite of food safety tools and valuable information designed to protect your products, consumers, and company.

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Organics Policy

IFPA is at the forefront of organic policy issues that our members face throughout the growing organic sector in the fresh produce industry.

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Sustainability & Climate

Understand social, economic and environmental opportunities through sustainable actions.

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