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EFI certifies Rouge River Farms’ U.S. operations

Rouge River Farms, a sweet corn grower in Florida, Georgia, Virginia and Ontario, has all of its U.S. operations certified by the Equitable Food Initiative.

Centennial State’s vegetables progressing

Colorado vegetable growers say they anticipate good volumes and strong markets this year, although they had to deal with some weather-related delays.

WP Rawl donates produce for free farmers market

South Carolina School District Five of Lexington and Richland Counties has teamed up with Pelion-based WP Rawl to host a free farmers market with fresh vegetables grown by the greens company.

Cold, wet spring dampened New York plantings, catch-up is expected

Minkus Family Farms in New Hampton, N.Y., is unlike many other commercial-scale vegetable farms in the state, and even the Northeast.

Sweet Corn from Morning Kiss Organic

Morning Kiss Organic has partnered with growers throughout New England and the East Coast and plans to begin shipping organic sweet corn in late July.
Jul 01, 2019 by Cristin Shepard #Sweet Corn, #Organics

Sweet Corn from Morning Kiss Organic

Morning Kiss Organic has partnered with growers throughout New England and the East Coast and plans to begin shipping organic sweet corn in late July.
Jul 01, 2019 by Cristin Shepard #Sweet Corn, #Organics

Guess what vegetable is tops in Green Giant poll

Forget red and blue states. This polling map of the U.S. shows a green wave — and it’s not the Green Party you’re thinking of.

China retaliates with tariff hikes on frozen fruits and vegetables

China’s latest round of tariff retaliation hit frozen fruits and vegetables but appeared to spare additional hikes on imported U.S. fresh produce.

Florida weather cooperates for timely spring deal

The Florida spring produce season will get underway in time, thanks to a largely uninterrupted spate of favorable growing conditions, suppliers say.

Vegetables show good quality, size

Most Florida growers said they expected a typical crop this fall with good quality and sizing.