Mar 19, 2020
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Fruit Growers News assures its audience that, despite the unprecedented challenges presented by the outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19) impacting the specialty crops industry, our publications and company, Great American Media Services, are experiencing business as usual.

Gary Pullano, managing editor

Please be assured that we will continue to produce timely and informative products (both print and online) as the world continues to be impacted by this situation.

The agriculture industry is resilient, and is once again proving its worth as the production of food to feed and nourish the populace continues as unabated as possible.

Follow our continuing coverage of the impact of the coronavirus on the industry at, on Twitter @FGNews and on Facebook at

If you have questions, concerns or ideas for us to address, contact our staff at

Thank you for your continuing support.

 Gary Pullano, Managing Editor


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