SPINACH

These hearty greens are popular among most all demographic groups. The likelihood of a spinach purchase slipped two percentage points from last year.

 

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Treating meat and produce with selected types of bacteria-killing viruses could significantly reduce concentrations of E. coli pathogens, according to a Purdue University study.

FDA affirms irradiation for lettuce, spinach

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The Food Drug Administration has rebuffed consumer groups, stating that lettuce and spinach may be irradiated to eliminate pathogens and extend shelf life.

Norway’s Tomra eyes U.S. lettuce processors

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Norway-based Tomra Sorting Solutions is targeting U.S. lettuce growers and processors with technology featuring laser sorting based on chlorophyll content, plus foreign material detection.

Downy mildew threatens organic spinach prospects

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Downy mildew proliferation could bring organic spinach production to a crisis point in less than three years if steps aren’t taken to fend it off, according to scientists and industry representatives at a Yuma, Ariz., symposium.

United Vegetable Growers Cooperative taps CEO

01/17/2014

Eric Schwartz has been named chief executive officer at United Vegetable Growers Cooperative.

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Market Scope - Spinach — F.o.b.s as of April 21

2014-04-20

CENTRAL COAST, CALIF. — Shipments (4-12-11) — Movement expected about the same. Trading early fairly active, late fairly slow. Prices lower. Cartons bunched flat 24s mostly $16.35-18.65. Quality generally good.

 


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