Most retailers have seen the power of online sales during the pandemic, but for those still new or uncomfortable with it, a technology investment can pay off quickly.
Scientists at the University of California-Riverside believe they are the first to find a successful treatment of the devastating citrus disease huanglongbing or greening disease.
Bell pepper prices are significantly higher than last year as the crop transitions from Mexico and desert areas to Central California.
Salad ingredients (iceberg lettuce, carrots, red cabbage) continue to be items of interest in the food safety investigation. FDA’s inspection continues at the Fresh Express production facility in Streamwood, Illinois. As of July 8, 2020, CDC is reporting a total of 509 cases across 8 states.
The USDA has released an initial list of additional commodities that have been added to the CFAP and announced other adjustments to the program based on comments received from agricultural producers and organizations and review of market data.
A&A Organic Farms in Watsonville, CA announces the addition of a new item. Organic French Beans from Guatemala are now available; with the first shipment arriving to Los Angeles on Tuesday July 7th.
The Shanley Family of Morro Bay have a passion for growing their Citriburst Finger Limes.
Hazel Technologies Inc., a developer of new USDA-funded technologies to protect quality in the produce supply chain and fight food waste, announces a successful table grape export campaign with Campos Borquez, premier 4th generation grower of Mexican fresh table grapes.
Generation Farms announced the expansion of its sales team.
The U.S. Apple Association is extremely pleased with the correction issued today by the Agriculture Department to its Coronavirus Food Assistance Program.