Taylor Farms re-opens Abbott Street facility after 2022 fire- General News
Taylor Farms, North America’s leading producer of salads and healthy, fresh foods, will re-open their foodservice facility on Abbott Street in Salinas, CA following the devastating fire that occurred in April 2022.
Taylor Fresh Foods shows progress after fire- General News
Taylor Fresh Foods Inc. is ahead of schedule on demolition and rebuilding the Salinas, CA, foodservice processing facility that suffered a fire in April.
Fire severely damages Taylor Farms Salinas plant- General News
The Taylor Farms California Foodservice production facility in Salinas, CA, was severely damaged by a fire April 13.
Rio Fresh’s onion warehouse damaged in fire- General News
On March 31, 2022, a structure fire significantly damaged a large portion of the largest fresh onion packing facilities in South Texas.
Bad weather, not fire, plaguing Salinas crops- General News
Fire provides the drama, but the erratic weather the past month in the Salinas, CA, region takes the blame for market problems now. Prices for many leaf items are rising rapidly as growers report lighter yields and disease problems.
Fruit packers escape fire trouble in Washington- General News
The wildfires have been dangerous and deadly in Washington, but thus far, they have not slowed down the harvesting and packing of apples and pears.
Fire Update: Harvests continue under poor conditions- General News
Harvest crews in the Salinas, CA, area have dealt with poor weather conditions for a month, but they continue to work under smoky skies.
Salinas crops continue to see effects from fires- General News
The fires near Salinas, CA, growing regions in August continue to cause problems for growers, even after many have been contained.
Salinas conditions improve with ashes left behind- General News
After a heatwave was followed by wildfires, causing harvesting and shipping delays in Salinas, CA, area, conditions have improved.
ProduceIQ: Prices brake hard from their descent; Salinas fires threaten supply- Featured
After a last week’s steep -15 percent decline, the produce markets held flat at $0.71 for the week ending August 21. Extreme volatility has left along with cherry season.