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Fresh Express romaine in Wisconsin tests positive for E. coli

Wisconsin health officials, investigating 33 cases of E. coli, has found the pathogen in an unopened bag of Fresh Express brand chopped romaine from Salinas, Calif.

Fresh Express kit named in U.S., Canada E. coli cases

Federal health authorities in the U.S. and Canada are advising consumers not to eat a Fresh Express chopped salad kit, linking it to eight E. coli O157:H7 cases in the U.S. and 16 in Canada.

Canada investigates E. coli outbreak, recalls Fresh Express salad

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has recalled Fresh Express’ Sunflower Crisp Chopped Salad Kit with romaine from Salinas, Calif., linking it to 16 cases of E. coli in Canada.

Time Magazine names AeroFarms as a best invention

AeroFarms, the Newark, N.J.-based indoor aeroponic grower of greens and microgreens, has been named as one of Time magazine’s 100 Best Inventions.

Ready Pac salad not a common link in 8-state E. coli outbreak

UPDATED: The Food and Drug Administration is investigating an eight-state outbreak of E. coli.

Companies plan ‘aggressive’ watercress campaign

United Kingdom-based The Watercress Co. and Newburgh, N.Y.-based leafy greens supplier Solata Foods have plans to elevate watercress in the U.S. with retail and foodservice products.

Sobeys recalls Sweet Kale salad blend

Sobeys Inc. has recalled Compliments brand Sweet Kale Blend from stores throughout Canada due to possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination.

Curation unveils new Eat Smart salad packaging at Fresh Summit

Curation Foods is unveiling a new look for its Eat Smart brand at the Produce Marketing Association’s Fresh Summit expo.

Fresh Summit New Product Preview — More salads!

The Packer's copy editor and designer Amelia Freidline and Produce Retailer editor Ashley Nickle test out new products coming to Fresh Summit, with this segment focusing mainly on salad kits.

BrightFarms adds blockchain tech through IBM Food Trust Network

Indoor grower BrightFarms, Irvington, N.Y., is using blockchain technology to trace its products.