These funky, flavorful fungi continue to have a solid following. The likelihood of a specialty mushroom purchase inched up one percentage point from Fresh Trends 2012.
The Mushroom Council is sponsoring cooking events at U.S. universities and working with school chefs on menu creation.
Company officials at To-Jo Mushrooms recently declared their partnership with Southwest Minnesota State University’s culinology department a success.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is seeking nominees to fill three open seats on the Mushroom Council, San Jose, Calif. Applications are due by May 1.
Sales of portabellas and their “baby” form, crimini, continue to skyrocket.
The mega mushroom that rang in the New Year was a hit.More Packer Stories for Mushrooms (specialty)
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