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2019 organic strawberry purchases

Consumers continue to look for organic strawberries; in fact, marketers moved 6.2 million pounds more organic berries in 2018 than in 2017, according to data from IRI/FreshLook Marketing.

Chris Ford joins Viva Tierra Organic

Chris Ford is the new business development and marketing manager at Viva Tierra Organic in Mount Vernon, Wash., in the Skagit Valley.

Naturipe Farms features organic blueberries for FeBLUEary campaign

Record volume of both organic and conventional blueberries is the highlight of the FeBLUEary campaign Naturipe Farms, Salinas, Calif.

Organic artichoke purchasing trends

The organic version of this spiky vegetable found favor in households with children, according to Organic Fresh Trends 2020.

Cal-Organic offers sweet red bunched carrots

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

Rico Farms opens third Mexican farm with organic squash

Rico Farms has opened its third location Mexico and is shipping its first crop of organic hard squash.

Add-on label pushed after displeasure with hydroponic organic policy

Pacific Grove, Calif. — A group displeased with the USDA's National Organic Program’s stances on hydroponic operations and concentrated animal feeding operations has established the Real Organic Project.

2020 Organic Fresh Trends: Citrus

Citrus fruits enjoy a loyal organic following. Families with kids really favor organic oranges.

A powerful organic message, but is it the right one?

We’ve reported on how the Dirty Dozen list actually discourages healthy eating by creating confusing messages for consumers. The Organic Trade Association risks doing the same.

Jose Miquel Naranjo joins Organics Unlimited in logistics

Organics Unlimited, San Diego, has hired Jose Miguel Naranjo as logistics and operations assistant.