As you can imagine, crops like tomatoes and cucumbers that fled South with the rest of Florida’s snowbirds wonder if the driver was using Apple Maps and missed a turn somewhere.
Safeway Fresh Foods recalls Sunnyside Farms organic butternut squash because of possible health risk- General News
Safeway Fresh Foods of Vineland, NJ, is recalling its 32-oz. Diced Organic Butternut Squash product as it has the potential to be contaminated with Escherichia coli O45. E. coli O45 causes a diarrheal illness often with bloody stools.
The affected product is being recalled from the marketplace due to possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination. The recalled product has been sold in Ontario.
More wet Southeast weather is in the forecast this week—welcome news for drought-weary Florida, but not as joyful news for tomato lovers. Showers are forecasted to barrel through the state beginning Monday afternoon and continue through the week.
Spring has sprung, but the cold weather missed its exit cue. A cold front is sweeping the U.S. early this week, bringing rain and unseasonably chilly temperatures.
It's the Christmas season! The air is filled with the smell of fresh-cut evergreens, the sound of Mariah Carey's only famous song, and the gossip surrounding a looming rail strike.
The World Cup kicked off yesterday, and for once, it feels like the whole globe is celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday with us.
In response to a few fairly dramatic price increases, this week’s overall produce index is slowing its dramatic fall.
We are a week out from the first day of spring, but produce markets are already abuzz with new life. Winter growing regions are slowly winding down, and spring harvests are not quite ready. Over the next month, growing regions will begin their spring migration Northward.
The U.S. International Trade Commission reports on cucumbers and squash do not support the U.S. Southeast growers’ simplistic reaction to reflexively blame Mexican imports for all of their problems, according to the Fresh Produce Association of the Americas