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PMA's CEO Bryan Silbermann to retire

Cathy Burns to be successor







PMA's CEO Bryan Silbermann announced in a letter to its members, that he intends to retire on 31st of January 2017. Cathy Burns, currently PMA's President, will become Bryan's successor.





"In late 2013, PMA’s Executive Committee approved Cathy’s hiring as my successor with the knowledge of my intent to retire on January 31, 2017,"
writes Bryan in his letter.



"Starting January 1, 2016, Cathy will oversee day-to-day operations of the association. As I continue in my role as PMA CEO, Cathy and I will work in close partnership. Then, on January 1, 2017, Cathy will assume the CEO role."




In addition to the ongoing advice and counsel Bryan will provide Cathy and staff as needed, his focus will include:



** Representing PMA at the association’s worldwide events


** Meeting with members one-on-one to help them get the most value from their membership


** Working with Center for Produce Safety 





Executive Director Bonnie Fernandez-Fenaroli to fir…

MEXICO MANGO MAFIA : DOUBLE STANDARD

This Brilliant Meme About Mexico Is the Best… EVER!


By TPIWriter


This shows Mexico’s hypocrisy!



via I Support Donald Trump








As Townhall and the Free Beacon reported, President Barack Obama is helping Mexico build a wall… on the Southern end of Mexico. Outrageous!





Obama administration and Mexican government officials recently discussed creating a three-tier security system designed to protect Mexico’s southern border from drug and human traffickers, according to U.S. officials.







The border control plan calls for U.S. funding and technical support of three security lines extending more than 100 miles north of Mexico’s border with Guatemala and Belize. The border security system would use sensors and intelligence-gathering to counter human trafficking and drug running from the region, a major source of illegal immigration into the United States.





According to the officials who discussed the U.S.-Mexican talks on condition of anonymity, the Mexican government proposed setting up three security cord…