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Once the cornerstone of the island’s economy, the sector is facing challenges and undergoing changes to protect its production output.

Indulac sues Ag. Dept. over UHT milk price hike
June 15, 2017, No Comments

Industria Lechera de Puerto Rico, known as INDULAC for its initials in Spanish, filed a complaint at the San Juan Superi ...

Indulac seeks to reposition brand with new president
June 8, 2017, No Comments

Industria Lechera de Puerto Rico Inc., known as Indulac, has named Francisco Oramas as its new president whose mission i ...

Monsanto donates $1M in land to agribusiness incubator
June 2, 2017, 1 Comment

The Puerto Rico Techno Economic Corridor Inc. (PRTEC) has announced a new public private partnership initiative and the ...

Agrohack Conference back May 13 with more offerings
April 4, 2017, No Comments

To bring cutting-edge agricultural education to a bigger crowd, this year’s Agrohack Conference will take place at the ...

Indulac adds evaporated milk to its product lineup
December 13, 2016, No Comments

Industria Lechera de Puerto Rico, or Indulac, announced Monday the launching of its branded long-lasting evaporated milk ...

Ponderosa boosts produce purchases from P.R. farmers
December 12, 2016, No Comments

Restaurant chain Ponderosa announced recently an initiative to promote and support local produce farmers by boosting pur ...

Suiza Dairy breaks ground on $30M Aguadilla plant
November 14, 2016, No Comments

Suiza Dairy, owned by Grupo Gloria, announced the start of construction of Puerto Rico’s first plant dedicated exclusi ...

Locally harvested ‘Del País’ rice goes on sale at Econo
August 31, 2016, No Comments

Gov. Alejandro García Padilla announced Tuesday the start of the sale of locally harvested rice marking the first time ...

Gustos Coffee: Focus on local market first, export later
August 30, 2016, No Comments

Hidden in a Guaynabo industrial park — and wedged among a department store, an air-conditioning distributor and a manu ...

$15.5M Lares hotel planned based on PR coffee tradition
August 29, 2016, 5 Comments

LARES — One of Puerto Rico’s most prominent coffee-growing families is pouring $15.5 million into a complex that inc ...