While April showers nearly doubled the average rainfall for many counties in the Sunshine State, May is pouring it on.
Unique specialty agriculture conference and tradeshow is first production of new joint venture between Meister Media Worldwide and NXT Events Media Group.
USDA has revamped its site to be as useful as possible for all growers, including those just getting started. Here are a few worth checking out.
The needs continue to grow while the pool from which to draw from continues to dwindle. All the while, fresh fruit needs to be picked.
Done right, merchandising increases purchases per visit, builds trust in your brand, and entices customers to make more return trips.
Tanimura & Antle has a new CEO, a position left empty when long-time CEO Rick Antle passed away […]
UF/IFAS researchers are prepping to make room for, plant, and track the progress of what could become a cash crop for the state.
Group lays out marketing plans and projects to engage consumers, retailers, and foodservice.
The Centers of Disease Control (CDC) announced a California resident has died as a result of the Yuma, AZ-linked E. coli O157:H7 outbreak.
A concern for safe food has spurred reporters to dig into the causes and make suggestions on how to ensure it doesn’t happen again. Naturally, some suggestions are stronger than others. Here’s a brief review of what’s being discussed:
Janoski’s Farm and Greenhouse moves 200 acres worth of produce primarily through only its two outlets.
The board was first created to examine how USDA programs can meet changing grower needs. Its charter expired in July 2017, and it is now being reestablished.
Unique gathering set to explore and digest the digitization of food and farming.
While it’s easy to write about labor from your perspective, here are a couple of things H-2A workers would like you to know.
The lack of labor can bite you when you least expect it, but planning ahead and avoiding some mistakes can help you transition more smoothly to the legal guest worker program.
The new website is intended to help the state’s growers comply with FSMA and the new federal Produce Safety Rule.
Previously, the warning applied only to chopped romaine, salads, and salad mixes.