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Lesley Ma joins NSF International as information-improvement officer

NSF International, Ann Abor, Mich., has hired Lesley Ma as new chief information and continuous improvement officer.

Taylor Farms recognized for sustainability, energy programs

Taylor Farms, Salinas, Calif., is celebrating sustainability milestones in energy independence and waste conservation, with three facilities cutting significant amounts of waste.

Energy forum focuses on independence for California growers

Western Growers and energy technology company Concentric Power Inc. are teaming up for the Salinas Valley Energy Forum.

2020 Global Organic Produce Expo

The Global Organic Produce Expo drew attendees from all over the world, including Chile, China, Hong Kong, Kyrgyzstan, Mexico, Malaysia, Peru, New Zealand and Netherlands.

Parker Booth joins Hazel Tech as chief operations officer

Hazel Technologies Inc., Chicago, has hired Parker Booth as chief operations officer.

GS1 US hires Kraig Adams in new blockchain role

GS1 US, Ewing, N.J., has hired Kraig Adams to be its vice president of blockchain, a new role at the company.

Castellini Group of Cos. enhances facilities, technology

The Castellini Group of Cos., Cincinnati, is adopting integrated supply chain technology designed to enhance agility and efficiency for customers and suppliers.

Duo who revolutionized fruit storage honored for 1-MCP

The inventors of a compound that revolutionized fruit and vegetable storage, ensuring apples to maintain crispness months after harvest, are among the 2020 inductees into the National Inventors Hall of Fame.

Looking for Red Sun Farms products? Here’s a solution

Red Sun Farms, Kingsville, Ontario, has a new way for consumers to find where the company’s greenhouse vegetables are available.

Fyffes promotes sustainability with recycled CHEP pallets

Fyffes has converted all of its melon shipments to include the use of recycled and repurposed wooden pallets from CHEP.