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Wonder Melon nominated for best functional food/beverage by NEXTY

Wonder Melon from Kayco was recently nominated by the NEXTY Industry awards for best functional food/beverage.

Figs No. 1 on Produce Market Guide, but plums get plenty of love

After a couple of weeks of inching toward No. 1, figs secured the ranking of most searched item on Produce Market Guide during the week of July 1, switching places with cucumbers.

Megan McKenna promoted at National Watermelon Promotion Board

The National Watermelon Promotion Board has promoted Megan McKenna from director of foodservice to senior director of marketing and foodservice.

Figs inch toward No. 1 spot on Produce Market Guide

Cucumbers remained on top as the No. 1 most searched item on Produce Market Guide the week of June 24, while watermelons and figs, the previous week's No. 2 and No. 3 commodities, switched places.

Music City: 2018 watermelon convention hits high note

Attendees of the 2018 National Watermelon Association Convention in Nashville were treated to unique Nashville experiences, with planners integrating the city’s brand throughout the event.

Cucumbers dethrone watermelon on Produce Market Guide

After a hot streak as the No. 1 most searched commodity on Produce Market Guide, summertime favorite watermelon yielded the title to cucumbers.

USDA: watermelon rootstock knocks out disease

A new rootstock watermelon variety has shown resistance to Fusarium wilt and the southern root-knot nematode.

National Watermelon Promotion Board creates dietitian toolkit

The National Watermelon Promotion Board created a new watermelon toolkit for registered dietitians with nutritional information, recipes and preparation tips.

Figs break into top 10 on Produce Market Guide

Watermelons achieved a monthlong streak as the No. 1 most-searched commodity on Produce Market Guide during the week of June 10, with cucumbers retaining the No. 2 spot for the second week.

It’s time for Georgia watermelons

After two years of extreme weather during their season, Georgia watermelon growers are reporting smooth sailing.