Summer fruit season is in full swing, but Stemilt is looking ahead to early August and a quick start to the new apple season with the return of Rave brand MN55 cultivar apples.
According to Senasa, during the first four months of 2021, the Rio Negro region exported 24,071 tons of apples, reflecting a 30 percent decrease when compared to the same period of last year and the lowest export volume of region’s history, as reported by Rio Negro.
Would it surprise you to know that the world’s first bioengineered apple is more than 20 years old?
There are two big reasons to celebrate this week: Summer is officially just around the corner, and Cosmic Crisp apples are still in season.
Hazel Technologies Inc., a USDA-funded technology company delivering new solutions for the fresh produce industry to extend shelf-life, increase sales, and fight food waste, announces a new partnership with Caldwell, ID-based Symms Fruit Ranch, one of the nation’s longest-operating and largest growers of apples, peaches, cherries and other fresh produce.
Cosmic Crisp apple’s meteoric growth is the big story in the latest round of April Superfresh Category Management.
Argentine pear and apple exports totaled 134,442 tons in the first quarter of 2021, 15 percent less than the same period the previous year.
Pace International, a leading provider of sustainable postharvest solutions and technologies for the fresh produce industry, will be hosting its annual Postharvest Academy virtually on May 6, 2021.
Although overall markets are down this week vs. last, prices hit record highs, $1.10/pound. The previous record, established in 2016, saw markets cap out at $1.03/pound for this week #17.
Envy apples is joining the popular food and lifestyle media outlet Kitchn in celebrating the best of brunch this spring as part of Kitchn’s first-ever Brunch Fest virtual event.