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Supporters of both political parties are nearly identical in their love of fruits and vegetables, a new survey shows.
Oct 22, 2020 by Tom Karst
The National Mango Board will no longer promote frozen mangoes after a recent vote, in which a majority of importers of the frozen fruit rejected participation in the board.
Oct 22, 2020 by Chris Koger
Researchers from California and Florida reached a milestone in the in the search to develop a citrus greening-resistant tree by sequencing the genome of a plant that’s closely related to citrus trees.
Oct 18, 2020 by Chris Koger
Pace International is presenting its Postharvest Academy through a series of web seminars on a range of topics affecting apple, citrus, cherries and pears.
Oct 17, 2020 by Chris Koger
The Produce Marketing Association plans to increase its value for members in the coming years by significantly expanding its content offerings, incoming chairman Dwight Ferguson said Oct. 15 at PMA’s Fresh Summit.
Oct 15, 2020 by Ashley Nickle
A survey of more than 2,000 U.S. consumers found more that 85% reported paying more for groceries during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Oct 11, 2020 by Tom Karst
Vegetable breeder Enza Zaden, based in The Netherlands, has identified a gene that resists the Tomato Brown Rugose Fruit Virus (ToBRFV).
Oct 04, 2020 by Chris Koger
Led by Cinco de Mayo sales that reached a four-year high, hass avocado retail sales for holidays in the second quarter of 2020 hit record highs.
Sep 25, 2020 by Chris Koger
Wonderful Pistachios, Los Angeles, is presenting a web seminar to promote plant-based protein.
Sep 22, 2020 by Chris Koger
Fresh produce dollar sales at retail remained elevated more than 10% above year-ago levels in late July as more consumers reported worrying about the coronavirus pandemic.
Aug 05, 2020 by Ashley Nickle