Boosted by demand for new varieties and strong momentum for value-added produce, 2016 was a positive year for retail produce sales, according to the United Fresh Produce Association's FreshFacts on Retail 2016 rev
A 126-page evaluation of a four-state pilot using canned, frozen or dried fruits and vegetables in the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program showed two-thirds of parents surveyed during the pilot wanted the program to contin
To understand changes in the melon industry - cantaloupe, honeydew and other varieties, but not watermelon - Texas A&M University is conducting a survey to gather information about all aspects of the indust
Full Tilt Marketing examined the most popular 2016 fruit and vegetable posts of 50 food bloggers and found that a common topic was the substitution of produce items to make traditional dishes healthier.
New research from Euromonitor International shows that foods and beverages that are organic, or are promoted as "free from" gluten, sugar, peanuts and other allergens or organic properties drove value sales i
The Forage and Ruminant Nutrition Lab at the Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center in Stephenville explores ways to improve ruminant diets and mitigate negative environmental impacts for researchers around th
Myth: Farmers and ranchers leave their cattle to fend for themselves in frigid winter conditions, such as the polar vortex.<p></p>
The Facts: Winter is tough on all of us - every living thing is struggling to stay w