Tozer Highlights Springtime Arugula Varieties

March 20, 2023 Tozer

As a world leader in vegetable seed breeding, Tozer is concentrated on developing new and improved varieties aligned with market trends. Tozer is a leading originator of wild arugula seeds, breeding them for over 20 years, with many of them recognized for their high quality, flavor, and vigor. The company’s innovative breeding program has resulted in a wide range of highly sought-after varieties, including various wild and salad arugula types, available for the upcoming spring season plantings.

Tozer Highlights Summertime Commodities

June 29, 2022 Tozer

As a world leader in vegetable breeding, Tozer is concentrated on developing new and improved vegetable varieties aligned with the market. Tozer’s dedicated team actively identifies future trends, which has allowed them to prepare for the rising popularity of both arugula and kale. To fulfill the growing market demand, Tozer has developed an array of innovative varieties with excellent benefits for growers, retailers, and end consumers.

Revolution Farms Launches Four New Products in Detroit Area and West Michigan Stores

March 26, 2021 Revolution Farms

The three new salad mixes include: BAM! Baby Kale, POW! Superfood Mix and Zesty Zing Salad Mix, bringing the Michigan farm’s total number of packaged salad mixes to seven.

B&W Quality Growers Celebrates 150 Years of Success, Joins Prestigious Group of Long-Standing Food Brands

September 18, 2020 B&W Quality Growers

B&W Quality Growers, the world’s largest grower of watercress, has entered an elite group of well-seasoned food companies that have been in business for more than 150 years. The distinguished brand, celebrating 150 years of success within the produce industry, can be found in the kitchens of chefs, consumers and foodservice operators across the country.

Nationwide Arugula Shortage Highlights the Demand for More Indoor Grown Produce

February 3, 2020 Bowery

This past week, our seasonally agnostic palates experienced a reality check when we arrived at the grocery store to uncover that nationwide, arugula was out of stock. And no, there wasn’t more in the back either.