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I have been looking at the month-to-month leading traffic generators among the news stories on The Packer’s website, and today’s Fresh Talk post considers the flaming hot news of July.

For links to the other months of this coverage, check out June Boom.

While the writers and editors of The Packer post several hundred stories each month, the stories identified here drew the most interest and page views for July 2019.

Here is the July list:

FDA names Mexican basil as source of cyclospora outbreak

Growers Express recalls Green Giant Fresh products

Wonderful Citrus and Fowler Packing end Halos partnership

UPDATED: FDA links Mexican papaya to outbreak, asks for halt to sales

Research identifies cancer-fighting properties of plant-based foods

FDA names Cavi brand papayas involved in salmonella outbreak

Mexico: salmonella link to imported papaya ‘premature’

FDA, papaya company discuss recall, disagree on evidence

UPDATED: H-2A regulatory reform proposal finally published

 

 

The consumer media of fresh produce is worth following every day, and here are a few selections from July 2019 that caught my gaze:

New tests reveal Listeria in some samples of leafy greens, but results are not all bad

Where The Unicorns Roam–AgTech, FoodTech And The $9 Trillion Global Business

Sprouting onions and scarred tomatoes: How to tell whether fading produce is still safe to eat

If We All Ate Enough Fruits And Vegetables, There’d Be Big Shortages

Parasites are most likely riding into southern Michigan on the fresh produce imports

New Parents buy more fresh produce

Study: Fruits and Vegetables May Help Switch Off Genes Responsible for Obesity

Misshapen vegetables and puny fruits are becoming big business

NASA is about to grow fruit in space

Avocado, coffee and citrus fruits ‘threaten global food security’

After 10 Years of Rapid Growth, What Does Organic Mean Today?

 

 

 


Google Trends for fruits and vegetables in July showed cholesterol was somehow an associated search term, which perhaps related to an early July article in Health Day that was headlined “How to Create a Diet That Lowers Your Cholesterol

 


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