The Florida Strawberry Growers Association is thrilled to unveil its dynamic marketing initiatives for the 2023-24 winter strawberry season.
Associates of the Florida produce firm donated an impressive 260,455 meals to food banks, homeless shelters, and soup kitchens
U.S. Valencia orange production will be 23 percent higher in 2023-24, at 20.85 million boxes, up from 16.91 million boxes in the previous season according to a crop forecast issued by USDA on October 12.
Florida Blue Foundation, the philanthropic affiliate for the state's Blue Cross Blue Shield plan, announced it is awarding $3.3 million in grants to nine community-based programs across the state to improve access to healthy food in food deserts and other rural communities where Floridians have limited access to affordable, healthy food options.
Greg Samels has been named senior director of sales for Kapi Kapi, a leading producer of pineapples and bananas
I’m writing to express my dissatisfaction with the article, Florida Strawberries’ Secret Problem, that was published online September 21st.
Florida strawberry growers' complaints about Mexican competition may be partly their own fault.
“Hurricane Idalia brought heavy rain, high winds and a dangerous storm surge to the Big Bend region of Florida," said Christina Morton, director of communications for the Florida Fruit & Vegetable Association on Sept. 1.
USDA today announced Florida citrus producers voted to amend the federal marketing order regulating the handling of oranges, grapefruit, tangerines, and pummelos grown in Florida.
Several organizations have announced that they will file a federal suit against Florida’s Senate Bill 1718, which was signed by the state’s governor, Ron DeSantis, on May 13, and went into effect on July 1 (with certain measures to apply as of July 1, 2024).