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Baja Son Growers double organic green onion production

Baja Son Growers, Salinas, Calif., which ships organic green onions year-round, is celebrating its 10-year anniversary.

Stemilt treats organic apples with Apeel to extend freshness

Stemilt Growers, Wenatchee, Wash., is using Apeel Science’s shelf-life extension technology on Artisan Organics-branded apples this season.

Organic Trade Association targets climate change on Capitol Hill

The Organic Trade Association is in the midst of a two-week “Congressional fly-in” to engage legislators on climate change.

Awe Sum Organics offers kiwifruit, Chilean blueberries in winter

Santa Cruz, Calif.-based Awe Sum Organics is offering organic green and gold kiwifruit and organic Chilean blueberries this winter.

Bridges Produce starts Mexican fall organic imports

Bridges Produce, Portland, Ore., has begun its fall season of Mexican organic produce.

Pandemic, wildfires tax organic group CCOF’s disaster relief

The CCOF Foundation is helping organic farmers affected by California wildfires.

Researchers seek help from organic citrus growers to fight HLB

Researchers are contacting organic citrus growers for help in developing a holistic approach in battling citrus greening disease, also known as huanglongbing/HLB.

Gladstone Land acquires California pistachio, organic acreage

Gladstone Land Corp., McClean, Va., has purchased 2,515 acres of pistachio trees and organic farmland in the Fresno, Calif., area.

Progressive Produce adds organic table grape program

Progressive Produce, Los Angeles, has started harvesting its first organic table grapes, the latest item added to the Nature’s Bounty Organic brand.

Morning Kiss Organic reports pandemic demand lift

Morning Kiss Organic, Chelsea, Mass., has customized programs that can help customers during the changing retail landscape caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.