Jul 14, 2020 by Amy Sowder
Before the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic hit, John Williams of Williams Farms, Marion, N.Y., looked into converting to solar power.
A stormy, volatile market due to the COVID-19 pandemic has influenced many New York growers to stay conservative this year with their planting and initiatives.
University of Florida researchers at the newly created Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences’ Food Systems Institute will work on economically and environmentally sustainable solutions to feeding the world.
The New England Produce Council has rescheduled its 24th annual golf tournament to Oct. 6.
Brooklyn, N.Y.-based Upward Farms is expanding and rebranding, including a rebrand from Seed & Roe and construction of a new Brooklyn aquaponics farm headquarters.
Egg Harbor City, N.J.-based Consalo Family Farms and its sales arm, Vineland, N.J.-based Freshwave Produce, hired Brad Cantwell and Pepe Martinez.
I never thought I’d be the kind of parent who would purée whole, fresh vegetables and fruits for my baby’s first solid foods. That’s a rosy ideal relegated to those super-granola, Earth Mother types.
Glennville, Ga.-based Bland Farms has teamed with Paramount Pictures Corp. with a promotion tie-in with “The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run."
A Windsor-Essex County, Canada, health official used an Ontario statute to order a farm to take workers off the job and self-isolate after at least 191 of them at a greenhouse tested positive for COVID-19.
To protect farm employees while allowing recovered employees to return to work more quickly, the Grower Shipper Association of Central California is collaborating with a local clinic to ease COVID-19 testing.
Rachel Elkins, University of California Cooperative Extension pomology farm advisor for Lake and Mendocino counties, retired July 1 after 33 years in her position.
When you ask what’s happening at his company, Andrew Scott, director of business development and marketing at Nickey Gregory, says it’s been all about his state’s produce.