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Garlic and grapes make a comeback in PMG top 20

Pummelos, oranges and strawberries maintained the top three spots on PMG the week of Jan. 11, but mandarins rose from No. 11 the previous week to No. 4, and cabbage, previously No. 12, moved up to the No. 5 spot.

Avocados take No. 1 on PMG

Avocados bounced from No. 7 the week of Nov. 30 to take the lead spot on PMG the week of Nov. 7.

New Product Review — Carrot dogs plus two more 'carrot swaps' from Bolthouse

Curious about the new line of "carrot swaps" that Bolthouse Farms debuted at Fresh Summit? Copy editor and designer Amelia Freidline and retail editor Ashley Nickle tried them out for an episode of Millennials Eat!

Ocean Mist adds to Season & Steam line

Ocean Mist Farms, Castroville, Calif., has five new products in its Season & Steam line.

Almonds supplant grapes as 2019 top Kern County, Calif., crop

The values of Kern County’s top two crops in 2019 switched, with the almond crop higher than the value of its grape crop for the first time since 2011.

Church Brother Farms offers new Ready Sides at retail

Church Brothers Farms has four new value-added fresh-cut items under a new line called Ready Sides.

Tons of carrots and lemons, checklists and virtual events

Bolthouse Farms continues its donation program, Argentine lemon importer Salix Fruits reports high demand and New York agencies releases guidelines in this latest roundup of COVID-19-related news.

Cyclosora infections continue to mount as source remains unknown

An outbreak of Cyclospora infections linked garden salads continues to grow as health officials seek where the ingredients were grown.

Cyclospora infections from salads rise, found in Canada

Cases of cyclospora infection linked to Fresh Express salads continue to rise, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and Canada is reporting its first cases.

USDA adds standards for more colors of carrots

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is revising standards for grades of carrots to include more colors of carrots covered by the standards.