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DelFrescoPure strawberries certified pesticide-free

DelFrescoPure, Kingsville, Ontario, has taken its integrated pest management program from greenhouse vegetables and applied it to strawberries.

Driscoll’s takes AgWater Challenge

Watsonville, Calif.-based Driscoll’s is participating in the Ceres/ World Wildlife Fund AgWater Challenge.

Crunchies chocolate covered freeze-dried fruit coming to Fresh Summit

Crunchies, a line of single-serve chocolate-covered freeze-dried fruit snacks will be on display at the Produce Marketing Association’s Fresh Summit.

Wish Farms app brings Misty the Garden Pixie to life

Wish Farms, Plant City, Fla., has a smartphone app that brings new labels on its berry packs to life with augmented reality.

Driscoll’s launches Sweetest Batch Blueberries

Driscoll’s has launched Sweetest Batch Blueberries — the newest addition to its limited edition collection.

Well-Pict to celebrate flavor at PMA Fresh Summit

Watsonville, Calif.-based Well-Pict Berries plans to continue its year-long celebration of flavor at the Produce Marketing Association’s Fresh Summit in Anaheim, Calif., by highlighting its winter berry program.

Crispy Green to introduce new flavors at Fresh Summit

Fairfield, N.J.-based Crispy Green Inc., maker of Crispy Fruit freeze-dried fruit snacks, plans to showcase two new flavors at the Produce Marketing Association’s Fresh Summit.

New Blazer Wilkinson site focuses on ‘The Ultimate Strawberry’

Blazer Wilkinson, Salinas, Calif., has a new website highlighting “The Ultimate Strawberry,” as the company ramps up production of its Foxy brand conventional and organic strawberries.

California Giant includes retail foodservice in 2020 Chef Invitational

Watsonville, Calif.-based California Giant Berry Farms is planning to include a retail foodservice category to the 2020 Chef Invitational Competition.

Berry People adds sources for year-round supplies

Berry People, Hollister, Calif., has a new source of Mexican berries to fill gaps in the fall and winter.