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Lettuce takes over on Produce Market Guide

Oranges were once again knocked out of the No. 1 spot on Produce Market Guide, this time by lettuce, which moved up two slots from the previous week to take the lead the week of Nov. 25.

Gotham Greens opens large greenhouse in Chicago

Brooklyn, N.Y.-based Gotham Greens has opened its largest greenhouse yet, in Chicago.

California lettuce growers expect strong deal

Good growing conditions should result in plenty of high-quality vegetables out of the California desert this winter, grower-shippers say. But rain in Yuma, Ariz., could affect early iceberg lettuce volume.

Gotham Greens adding capacity

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Gotham Greens has proven its ambitions beyond “cute,” says Viraj Puri, co-founder and CEO of the Brooklyn, N.Y.-based company.

What's hot on Produce Market Guide? Pink pumpkins, cabbage and citrus

Pumpkins maintained their six-week reign on Produce Market Guide last week and got even more love from the platform's users as pink pumpkins entered the top 20 at No. 12.

BrightFarms adds blockchain tech through IBM Food Trust Network

Indoor grower BrightFarms, Irvington, N.Y., is using blockchain technology to trace its products.

Square Roots indoor farm opens at Gordon Food Service

Square Roots is officially opening its newest indoor farm at the headquarters of Gordon Food Service in Wyoming, Mich.

Romaine Task Force: Final report and recommendations

After the crisis of last November’s outbreak related to romaine lettuce, our associations moved quickly to bring together a diverse, progressive group of stakeholders to help tackle the myriad of complex issues.

Fresh Express rolls out ‘restaurant-inspired’ salad bowls

Fresh Express, Orlando, Fla., has six new Gourmet Kits Salads Bowls launching in select markets.

FiveStar Gourmet introduces steak salad at Costco

FiveStar Gourmet Foods, Ontario, Calif., is introducing a Grilled Steak Salad at Costco stores.