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HAB research studies avocado nutrition benefits

The Hass Avocado Board has invested in a nutrition program that has helped health professionals and consumers understand how avocados are beneficial to their health.

2019 pineapple purchase demographics

Fresh trends data and research on a variety of pineapple purchase demographics, such as; region, ethnicity, household size and income.

USDA commits to research

Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue has unveiled a new document that will signal the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s vision and commitment to scientific research.

Poll results: E-commerce produce

A recent Packer poll asked readers, "What percent of retail produce will be sold online by 2025?"

Board seeks proposals to make NY apples more profitable

The New York State Apple Marketing Order advisory board is seeking proposals to make New York’s apple industry more competitive.

New research: Strawberries may reduce Alzheimer’s dementia risk

Older adults may reduce their risk of Alzheimer’s dementia by eating more strawberries, according to researchers at Rush University, Chicago.

California table grape growers hear about research, promotions

California table grape grower-shippers recently met to discuss the latest research and trends, along with promotions for the next marketing year.

AgroFresh debuts consumer research series on consumer behavior

AgroFresh Solutions Inc., a company focused on extending the shelf life of fresh produce, has a new consumer research series that identifies factors leading to a consumer’s choice to buy fresh produce.

CPS Research Symposium registration open

The Center for Produce Safety has opened registration for its 2020 Research Symposium.

Study: Kraft liner market benefits from sustainable packaging interest

Increasing demand for plastic-free packaging solutions from food and retail industries could mean that the market for kraft liner will get piping hot in the next 10 years, a Future Market Insights study says.