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Intergrow Greenhouses expands in New York

Albion, N.Y.-based Intergrow Greenhouses is expanding in New York.

Almonds supplant grapes as 2019 top Kern County, Calif., crop

The values of Kern County’s top two crops in 2019 switched, with the almond crop higher than the value of its grape crop for the first time since 2011.

EFI certifies fifth Mastronardi Produce location

Mastronardi Produce, Kingsville, Ontario, has received Equitable Food Initiative certification for its fifth operation.

Tomato shopping in the digital age

While many of us love the familiar comforts of home, we also sometimes want what we didn’t have while growing up. I didn’t know what a tomato was supposed to taste like.

More Magic Sun tomato varieties available year-round

Globalmex International has expanded offerings of year-round tomato varieties under the Magic Sun label.

Hearings set on trade practices that affect Florida, other states

Federal trade and agriculture officials have rescheduled hearings for growers to testify on how foreign trade is harming U.S. agriculture, with a focus on the effects of Mexican produce imports on southwest growers.

Grocery food price increase continues

The grocery bill keeps getting bigger for Americans.

Conversations at United — Justine Chevalier with Mastronardi Produce

Kingsville, Ontario-based Mastronardi Produce highlighted at its United Fresh Live! booth several of its newest products, including its Honey Bombs cherry tomatoes-on-the-vine and its Shazam! and Kaboom! peppers.

Conversations at United — Jeff Madu with Windset Farms

Windset Farms spoke with visitors to its United Fresh Live! booth about its greenhouse-grown Cameo cherry tomatoes-on-the-vine, its Crescendo long peppers, its Fresco Baby Cucumbers and other items.

Conversations at United — Leona Neill with Red Sun Farms

Heading into the industry’s first virtual trade show, prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic, Red Sun Farms adjusted its booth focus to spotlight its growing Sweets program.