Amazon and others are getting into the fresh produce game, presenting opportunities for growers.
Restaurant chain partners with the Florida Department of Agriculture to highlight locally grown produce in nearly 1,500 of its locations across the Sunshine State.
We tend to organize ourselves around labels. Are you a conventional or a organic grower and/or consumer?
University of Florida study shows sourcing produce locally has a positive impact on the consumption of fruits and vegetables.
Modern marketing strategy to float orange juice keeps target on Millennial moms.
From bug buffets to backyard chickens, UF/IFAS experts cook up predictions for the coming year.
Researchers find ‘organic’ and ‘non-GM’ terms are thought as one in the same.
Promotional efforts seek to harness power that drives the Sunshine State’s ‘little blue dynamos.’
Retailers’ race to win the most sustainable produce prize leaves growers trying to keep up with fast-developing demands.
Newest commodity to help company reach year-round supply goal, and help fuel consumer-focused marketing campaign.
Education and interaction part of UF/IFAS-led agenda.
Modern agriculture might not be for everyone, but it’s here to stay. Embrace it.
When it comes to this liquid sunshine, there are plenty of positives to point out.
Connecting with local growers, communication, and flexibility are keys to a successful nutrition program.
The firsthand experience of speaking with farmers and actually seeing all the hard work, knowledge, ingenuity, and people behind where our food comes from is invaluable.
Come one, come all — big and small — there are multiple ways to benefit from Agritourism.
House Ag Committee proposal would gut the successful program.