Hazel Technologies, Inc., a USDA-funded technology company delivering new solutions for fresh produce to extend shelf-life, increase sales, and fight food waste, announces the first ever virtual Kiwi Quality Summit.
Independent community grocers play a key role in the nation’s economy with positive impacts across the country via jobs, wages and taxes, according to the latest economic impact study from the National Grocers Association, the trade association representing the independent supermarket industry.
Nabaco’s NatuWrap, a colorless, flavorless, edible coating for fresh produce, is made from commonly-consumed food products in including tree extracts and bentonite clays that are also found in things like candy and nutritional supplements.
Members of the produce industry will join together to make their voices heard at the 2021 Annual Washington Conference taking place September 20-22 in person at the Grand Hyatt in Washington, DC.
Lineage Logistics, LLC, a leading global temperature-controlled industrial REIT and logistics solutions provider, today announced its intention to acquire the cold storage division of Claus Sørensen Group, a renowned cold storage operator in Denmark.
MONTEREY, CA (June 14, 2021) – Nicolas Jammet and Jonathan Neman, co-founders and co-CEOs of nationally acclaimed fast causal restaurant chain sweetgreen, have been confirmed as the first of two keynote presenters at the fifth annual Organic Produce Summit (OPS), this September in Monterey, CA.
As with several strawberry growers, Olga Walsh, research associate professor at the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences at the University of Idaho, sees many benefits from drones.
USDA announced that Martinez Fresh Produce LLC satisfied a reparation order in the amount of $47,803 issued under the Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act (PACA) involving unpaid produce transactions.
USDA has determined that Samuel Sustarich is not responsibly connected to C & D Distributors Inc., Evanston, Ill. This is an update to Press Release No: 052-21 issued on May 13, 2021.
USDA has imposed sanctions on five produce businesses for failing to meet contractual obligations to the sellers of produce they purchased and failing to pay reparation awards issued under the PACA.