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What Bolthouse Farms is doing now that it’s independent

NEW YORK — The Bolthouse Farms gang is back together, and they’re pumping out new product lines that embody the new company mission: Plants powering people.

Cal-Organic offers sweet red bunched carrots

Cal-Organic Farms is shipping bunches of organic red carrots from Coachella, Calif.

Tune in and Crunch Out with carrots

The California carrot industry is kicking off a Crunch Out advertising campaign in Sacramento, Calif., and Cincinnati.

Grimm family establishes ag business center at CSU-Bakersfield

With the backing of a $5 million pledge, the California State University board of trustees has approved establishing the Grimm Family Center for Agricultural Business at the Bakersfield campus.

California carrot campaign: Crunch, crunch, crunch to conquer chaos

While the Crunch, Crunch, Crunch Council isn’t real, its mission to get consumers thinking about carrots — and eating them, of course — is very real.

Cocaine found in carrot shipment in Texas

The U.S. Customs and Border Protection recently seized $1.6 million worth of cocaine in a load of carrots that was entering at a Texas border crossing.

USDA’s Censky visits Grimmway Farms to discuss labor, other issues

U.S. Department of Agriculture officials have again visited Grimmway Farms, for a listening session on issues facing California farmers, from immigration to water rights.

Quebec market reaches in and out

NAPIERVILLE, Quebec — Most commercial growers in Quebec do some kind of mix when it comes to selling their produce to domestic customers and exporting to the U.S. and beyond.

Guess what vegetable is tops in Green Giant poll

Forget red and blue states. This polling map of the U.S. shows a green wave — and it’s not the Green Party you’re thinking of.

Butterfly completes Bolthouse Farms’ acquisition

Los Angeles-based private equity company Butterfly has closed on the $510 million acquisition of Bolthouse Farms, Bakersfield, Calif.