USDA will purchase U.S.-grown table grapes as part of its 2022 Food Purchase and Distribution Program.
California table grape growers, collectively through the California Table Grape Commission (commission), are working to mechanize and automate operational functions, with a goal of reducing costs and increasing the efficiency of vineyard operations.
Three types of university/college scholarships are now available to students in the table grape growing regions of California.
According to consumer research by the California Table Grape Commission, more primary shoppers consider fresh grapes to be a staple in their household in 2020 vs. 2019.
A recent human study published in the Journal of the Academy of Dermatology found that consuming grapes protected against ultraviolet (UV) skin damage.
A recent study published in the scientific journal Clinical Infectious Diseases found that a lack of adequate vitamin K levels was associated with poor outcomes in COVID-19 patients.
A set of three new commercials extending the Go with Grapes from California Every Day global marketing campaign has launched in the U.S. and key export markets.
With the California table grape season in full swing and expectations for a positive season as the backdrop, the California Table Grape Commission revised its estimate for the 2020 table grape crop to 104.9 million 19-pound boxes, down from its April estimate of 106.5 million.
Asking consumers to support the California grape farming community during this difficult time by buying California grapes is the heart of a multi-faceted outreach effort underway now that continues into the fall.
A new study, published in the scientific journal Neurology found that a higher intake of plant compounds known as flavonols, is associated with a 48% decreased risk of developing Alzheimer dementia.