Berry lovers have a new reason to hit the produce aisle this summer. Driscoll's newest flavor innovation, Tropical Bliss, expands Driscoll's premium, high-flavor strawberry collection, which also includes Sweetest Batch and Rosé Berries.
One year after announcing their joint research and development work to grow strawberries indoors, Driscoll’s, the leading consumer brand in fresh premium berries, and Plenty Unlimited Inc., are expanding their relationship to build a new indoor vertical farm dedicated exclusively to strawberries.
Driscoll’s award-winning documentary, “The Last Harvest,” is heading to the big screen at the SXSW film festival, giving viewers a rare glimpse into the critical labor shortage problem in the agricultural industry — and the challenges facing those who grow and harvest our food.
The documentary is now available for viewing by visiting www.vimeo.com/thelastharvest/film. This free screening will be limited through the end of 2021.
Just in time for the holiday season, Driscoll’s Sweetest Batch Blueberries are in peak availability to capture the hottest holiday trend of grazing boards.
This was a field tour like no other, partially because it seemed like everyone's first field tour since before the COVID-19 pandemic.
Driscoll’s has installed 3,384 solar panels on its 155,000 square-foot cooling facility in Santa Maria, Calif., which is estimated to generate 1.4 million kilowatt-hours of power annually.
This summer, Driscoll’s will help berry lovers kick off a deliciously sweet season with the long-anticipated return of Rosé Berries – beautiful blush-colored strawberries and raspberries – and its Sweetest Batch strawberries and raspberries, each selected for their extra-sweet flavor profiles.
Driscoll’s, the world’s fresh berry leader, today joins The New Plastics Economy Global Commitment to help advance its pledge to prioritize sustainable packaging solutions that protect fresh berries while minimizing an environmental impact.
Driscoll’s to screen The Last Harvest documentary at Fresh Summit, underscoring ongoing farm labor challenges- General News
The documentary offers a rare opportunity to hear the hopes, hardships and a sense of life-purpose in harvesting good berries from three independent family growers, and explores the issues contributing to agriculture’s labor shortage and proposes possible solutions to overcoming these challenges.