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Bobalu Berries heralds in spring by donating berries to local schools

- General News
Inspired by their staff’s commitment, Bobalu partners Bobby Jones and RC Jones reached out this week to local school districts offering donations of fresh strawberries to school kids and their families picking up lunches in the community.

Strawberry fields forever in Salinas

- Produce Blueprints

In the wake of food safety problems in leafy greens, the situation is calmer for strawberries, …

Mild spring weather brings on Oxnard strawberries

- General News
PRESS RELEASE: (February 12, 2020 - Oxnard, CA )  As the sun rises on Oxnard, California, so does the Spring strawberry crop for Bobalu Berries.

Berry growers commit to recycle-ready packaging

- General News
In another step to further reduce the produce industry’s environmental impact, major North American fresh berry producers announced their commitment to use 100% recycle-ready packaging by 2025.

Driscoll’s joins Ceres-WWF AgWater challenge

- General News

PRESS RELEASE WATSONVILLE, CA — Driscoll’s BB #:116044, the leading consumer brand in fresh berries, today …

The strawberry picking challenge

- Produce with Pamela
Berry picking is no picnic, despite what the agritourism experience will tell you.

Markon debuts sustainable strawberry packaging

- General News
MONTEREY, CA – Markon Cooperative Inc., Salinas, CA, showed its new 100 percent recyclable cardboard clamshell for its strawberries at the Produce Marketing Association’s Foodservice Expo July 27.

Florida Study echoes Georgia concerns about lack of protections under USMCA

- General News
An Economic Impact Analysis from the University of Florida warns of significant losses for the Florida fresh produce industry if the current trajectory of Mexican imports continues.

Heavy strawberry volume projected for Mother’s Day

- General News

With Easter holiday buying wrapped up, California strawberry growers expect strong, promotable supplies for the next …

Coastal California rain causes harvest delays

- General News
Rain in the Coastal California growing areas is making it tougher for retailers to get strawberries, celery and various greens.