All posts tagged "MIDA"
Study Confirms Inflation Is Consumers’ Greatest Concern
MIDA Radiography Reveals Changes in Behavior
- Posted November 12, 2021
Private sector invites legislative leaders, mayors to discuss repeal of inventory tax
Private sector groups assure they won't stop campaigning until repealed
- Posted January 21, 2019
Slow pace of shipments to Puerto Rico persists months after hurricanes
Food industry group says over 2,000 containers delayed
- Posted November 21, 2017
Enough supplies in Puerto Rico to ensure food security
Associations assure Hurricane Irma's effect on Florida is no cause for concern
- Posted September 12, 2017
MIDA’s Consumer Radiography 2017 Shows Change in Consumer Spending Priorities
New pattern reveals consumers are spending on what is necessary
- Posted June 8, 2017
Molinos de Puerto Rico Named MIDA Manufacturing Company of the Year
Has produced Amapola flour brand for more than 55 years
- Posted July 15, 2016
Nutritional Assistance Program Goes Cashless; Local Plan Yet to Be Revealed
SAN JUAN – The government of Puerto Rico has yet to present its state management plan for the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (PAN by its Spanish acronym) for 2017, when the cash portion of PAN’s benefits will...
- Posted June 27, 2016
Puerto Rican Producers Highlight Products at MIDA Convention
SAN JUAN – Ten Puerto Rican producers highlighted their products during their participation in the Chamber of Food Marketing, Industry & Distribution’s (MIDA by its Spanish acronym) convention, which concludes Sunday in Fajardo. With a variety of...
- Posted June 19, 2016
Evertec Hearings Place Focus on Electronic Processing Fees
Business Groups Call for More Oversight A Puerto Rico legislative probe into Evertec, an electronic transaction-processing firm, has centered around allegations that the San Juan-based company represents a monopoly in the island’s transactions, and affects local small...
- Posted February 5, 2016