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Wholesum adds organic butternut, spaghetti squash

Wholesum, Amado, Ariz., has added organic and fair trade butternut and spaghetti squash to its line-up.

Greenhouse fruits, vegetables continue to expand

The greenhouse category is expanding every year as growers look for more items that can be produced indoors, and as they ramp up the volume of the ones they already have.

Pero Family Farms recalls vegetable noodle kit due to allergens

Pero Family Farms Food Co. LLC., Delray Beach, Fla., has recalled a zucchini noodle product because it did not list egg and milk, which are classified as allergens, on the label.

IPR Fresh adds two new items

IPR Fresh, Rio Rico, Ariz., has sweet corn and chili peppers for the first time this season, said president Jose Luis Obregon.

West Mexico growers anticipate improved spring crop

Distributors of produce from West Mexico were hoping for a fruitful spring after a fall/winter season affected by rainstorms and cold weather.

Rico Farms opens biofactory for organic produce

Rico Farms has opened what it calls a biofactory at its Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico, to manufacture products designed to boost farmland fertility.

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.

Egg triggers Cece’s brand ramen recall from Veggie Noodle Co.

Veggie Noodle Co. LLC is recalling a ramen kit because it contains a hard-boiled egg from a company involved in a recall for a Listeria monocytogenes outbreak.

2019 Fresh Trends: potatoes, apples, squash

The Packer's 2019 Fresh Trends data for 2018 purchases of potatoes, squash and apples in the U.S.

Inc. Magazine recognizes Cece’s Veggies for skyrocketing growth

Vegetable “pasta” maker Cece’s Veggie Co., Austin, Texas, made Inc. Magazine’s annual list of fastest-growing private companies, with a three-year revenue growth of 23,880% to put it at No. 3.