Verdant Technologies was awarded the International Fresh Produce & Floral Association Science & Technology Circle of Excellence Award at this year’s Global Produce & Floral Show in Orlando, Florida.
A recent study by the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Science (UF-IFAS) found the shelf-life of grape tomatoes can be dramatically improved using an innovative postharvest solution by Verdant Technologies.
Hazel Technologies, Inc., developer of USDA-funded AgTech products that protect and extend produce quality, announces a successful trial with New York-based fresh fruit importer, Jac. Vandenberg on Chilean table grape imports, post-arrival.
Today, UM6P Ventures announces its investment in Akorn Technology, an innovator in edible food coatings.
Craig Stephen led several business units at Chiquita, including serving as President & COO of Chiquita's Far East/Austral Asia business unit, Vice President & GM of the North American fresh fruit business, and SVP & GM of Fresh Express, the leading packaged salad business.
The Nogales, AZ-based produce grower/distributor finds sustainable way to quality-protect produce for stateside consumers with Hazel.
Verdant Technologies announced approval from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) of an expanded label of HarvestHold Fresh, including the addition of 18 crops.
Dr. Gary Beall and Dr. Rusty Phillips have teamed up with key experts in the produce industry to accelerate the growth of Nabaco Inc.
Mori, a food technology company focused on extending shelf-life to reduce waste and create more sustainable supply chains, today announced it has raised $50 Million in Series B1 financing.
Hazel Technologies, Inc., a USDA-funded technology company delivering new solutions for fresh produce to extend shelf-life, increase sales, and fight food waste announces five years of quality protection collaboration with Homestead, FL-based Brooks Tropicals, a grower/packer/shipper of over a dozen tropical commodities including starfruit, SlimCado avocados, Caribbean Red papayas, limes, passion fruit, and dragon fruit.