Using color and other merchandising tools makes customers pause and engage with your produce.
Those who know the least about genetically modified foods are absolutely convinced they know the most.
Nutrition, consumer behavior, and menu trends among the data being vetted by national marketing organization ahead of busy season.
Fast food giant and growers benefiting from special promotional partnership that puts local produce on the menu.
Signs indicate it might be time for stakeholders to turn up focus on consumer programs in lieu of the maintenance mode dictated by pests and disease.
Organizations get $200 million to identify and access new export markets.
New market potential now on the radar thanks to fresh funding from the government.
Company combines forces with Jack Brown Produce to market and ship 50% of the fresh Michigan apple crop yearly.
Younger shoppers are driving demand and changing market dynamics through their access to digital information.
Versatility of the alternative crop is allowing growers, brewers, and other retailers to crack open new opportunities.
Growers from the Sunshine State well represented at annual Produce Marketing Association grand gathering.
Tye Thompson has created a farm-stand model that requires very little of his time. Take a look at how he does it, and see if it’s something that will work for you.
L&M Farms has diversified its portfolio to better serve its buyers.
Blockchain, fruit varieties, and food security among several items on the front burner.
Farm markets give consumers the immersive experience they crave.
A month ago, about 2,000 farmers markets were poised to lose wireless swiping of food stamp cards when the provider’s contract ended. New York is footing the bill for the entire U.S. to extend the contract until the end of the year.
The proposed NAFTA fix provides no protections against unfair trade practices that have crashed prices for U.S. fruits and vegetables.