Rain delays harvest, but growers expect good quality berries
05/04/2012 12:42:57 PMFollowing a bout with nasty spring storms, berry crops were looking good in late April, marketers... Read more.
Red currants make a comeback
05/12/2011 2:12:01 PMOld-time favorite berries are finding their way back onto North American plates after years on the... Read more.
Cranberry proponents redouble efforts to battle sugar critics
05/12/2011 2:04:45 PMCranberries are fighting to maintain their healthy image as pressure mounts to eliminate added sugar... Read more.
Mexican berries fight for respect
05/12/2011 2:07:06 PMAs Mark Munger sees it, a berry grower in Mexico has to work twice as hard to earn half the respect... Read more.
First Oregon Berry Festival set for July 22-23 in Portland
05/12/2011 2:14:43 PMThere will be berries galore in Portland, Ore., July 22-23 as the state’s berry organizations... Read more.
Berry Health Symposium in June to explore research
05/12/2011 2:00:39 PMAbout 30 researchers from around the country and around the world will gather in Westlake Village,... Read more.
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- Cilantro implicated again in cyclospora outbreak
- New plant brings Baker Farms into fresh-cut leafy greens
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- J&R Baker to market own vegetables
- Food safety regulations will change industry, Brackett says
- Potato industry prepares for GMO offering
- USDA releases final 2008-2012 crop numbers
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- California program provides retail produce boost
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