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Fruit Grower ReportHow is all this trade turmoil impacting raspberry producers? We ask Washington Red Raspberry Commission executive director Henry Bierlink.
Fruit Grower ReportWashington Red Raspberry Commission Executive Director Henry Bierlink talks about this year's berry harvest and the role weather played in the crop.
Fruit Grower ReportWashington raspberry harvest is underway and things are looking pretty good for 2019.
Fruit Grower ReportBuying local, or at least American, could go a long way in helping raspberry and other specialty crop growers stay in business.
Fruit Grower ReportRaspberry growers stress importance of buying locally grown in light of trade wars and imports.
Fruit Grower ReportIf food safety, better overall quality, and fair wages for those who harvest our produce is important to you, the Washington Red Raspberry Commission hopes you look for "U.S. grown" the next time you make a purchase.
Fruit Grower ReportConsumer awareness campaign to encourage buyers to check and make sure what they're getting is American grown.
Fruit Grower ReportWashington Raspberry growers trying to decide what to do with their crop after biggest buyer pulls out as harvest gets underway.
Fruit Grower ReportMajor red raspberry buyer pulls out as harvest begins leaving many growers high and dry.
Fruit Grower ReportWashington Red Raspberry suddenly hit without a buyer for 70% of this year's crop.
Fruit Grower ReportWashington's Red Raspberry harvest is well underway and while the weather is great, the crop is below average.
Fruit Grower ReportWashington Red Raspberry Harvest in Full Swing.