USHBC Update: From Reports to Podcasts and Networking, Here’s How You Can Get Involved

Register Now for the Blueberry Convention

The 2024 Blueberry Convention is taking place Feb. 28-March 1 in Tucson, Ariz.! This event is bringing together industry influencers and thought leaders to explore inspiring blueberry possibilities that are sure to boost your bottom line! Register today and learn more at

USHBC Delegation Visits Peru 

USHBC staff and a delegation of 16 blueberry industry leaders visited Peru on September 11-15 to get a behind-the-scenes look at the Peruvian blueberry landscape. During the weeklong trip, the group visited blueberry growers and operators, and toured local fields and packing sheds. 

Two days were spent in the Trujillo region, visiting Hortifrut, Camposol and Prize Farm. The group also spent a full day touring the Ica region where they spent time at Family Tree Farms to get a firsthand look at its growing operations. The day ended with a visit to Fall Creek’s nursery in Peru.

New USHBC Report Helps You Chart a Course to International Growth

The USHBC has released the “Global United States Blueberry Export Opportunity Assessment Report.”

This comprehensive report leverages data from Euromonitor’s Passport database, a global market assessment for blueberries, and includes interviews with key U.S. exporters to identify the most promising markets for USA blueberries. The report also offers actionable recommendations to achieve the industry goal of exporting 23% of annual U.S. production by 2025.

Don’t miss out on the critical data and valuable insights in this report. Download today and chart your own course to success! For questions about this study or for more information about export opportunities, contact USHBC Director of Global Business Development Renata Dalton at [email protected]

USHBC Releases 2022 Impact Report

USHBC has released its 2022 Impact Report that details last year’s efforts across all program areas in working toward the USHBC’s vision to make blueberries the world’s favorite fruit.


Guided by the 2021-2025 strategic plan, which addresses the long-term tactics used to drive domestic household penetration and demand for blueberries worldwide, USHBC recaps 2022 progress and achievements in consumer promotions, health research, foodservice, industry relations, data and insights, export and food manufacturing, and events. An overview of the organization, its committees, staff and financials is also included.

Thanks to the collaboration across our industry and a strong guiding vision, USHBC is poised to continue toward an era of continued growth and innovation!



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Don’t Miss USHBC’s Weekly Crop Reports 

Tune in to “The Business of Blueberries” podcast each week to listen to a blueberry crop report from Brittany Lee, vice president of Florida Blue Farms, and others. 

It’s a turnkey way to get helpful data on the state of the crop! Plus, our weekly podcast includes a guest from the blueberry industry discussing a hot topic, innovation or insight into the industry. Listen every week wherever you get your podcasts!  

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