In anticipation of The Packer’s 125th-anniversary issue, we have enjoyed publishing past anniversary articles from the Century of Produce and also posted industry columns for the 125th-anniversary edition.
The Center for Produce Safety has awarded three sets of researchers funds to develop tools that can help growers identify and evaluate food safety risks posed by the proximity of fresh produce fields to farm animals.
Ann Beaulieu, vice president of research and development and regulatory at Philadelphia-based AgroFresh Solutions, will join an advisory council focused on improving access to nutritious foods and reducing food waste.
PBH commissioned a wide-ranging review of research on produce and how consuming it affects health outcomes, and among the results of the review are that eating more produce reduces chronic disease risk.
Texas A&M AgriLife Research received more than $1.7 million in U.S. Department of Agriculture funding for two projects in collaboration with the University of California and others to combat citrus greening.
The Center for Produce Safety’s 2019 Research Symposium is focusing on the biggest food safety issue the industry has faced in the past year with a two-part session, “Perspectives on the 2018 Romaine Outbreaks.”