Regenerative Ag 101: Is Regenerative the “New” Organic? Final OPS 2022 Ed Session Announced

As regenerative agriculture is reshaping the production of how food is grown, a panel of large-scale organic growers will discuss their involvement with this new method of growing and what it may mean for the future of organic fresh produce at the sixth annual Organic Produce Summit.

Partnership Shares Genetics for Earlier Ripening Sweet Cherries

Sun World International, a global fruit genetics and licensing company, and Washington State University have joined forces to develop a new generation of high flavor sweet cherries that ripen earlier and are more practical to grow.

USApple Awards Apples4Ed Grants to Four In-Need Schools

May 25, 2022 U.S. Apple Association

The U.S. Apple Association has awarded Apples4Education grants to four schools from around the nation for the 2022-23 school year. Each $4,000 grant will provide supplemental student nutrition and expose students to a wider variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as teach students about healthy eating.

Driscoll’s Newest High-Flavor Innovation, Tropical Bliss, Joins Rosé Berries and Sweetest Batch in the Grocery Aisle

May 25, 2022 Driscoll's

Berry lovers have a new reason to hit the produce aisle this summer. Driscoll’s newest flavor innovation, Tropical Bliss™, expands Driscoll’s premium, high-flavor strawberry collection, which also includes Sweetest Batch™ and Rosé Berries™.

Supplier J.M. Smucker Co.’s Jif Recall Prompts Fresh Del Monte to Voluntarily Recall Select Ready-to-Eat Products Due to Potential Salmonella Contamination

May 25, 2022 Fresh Del Monte

J.M. Smucker Co.’s voluntary recall of select Jif® products in the United States has prompted Fresh Del Monte to voluntarily recall fresh-cut fruit and vegetable products containing ready-to-eat Jif® peanut butter dip due to the potential presence of Salmonella contamination.