Retailers Can Rejoice at the Start of Naturipe Farms’ California Strawberry Season

February 28, 2024 Naturipe Farms

Naturipe Farms is excited to kick off California strawberry season with increasing volumes of its delicious varieties of strawberries. Naturipe, one of the world’s largest producers of fresh berries, will offer several of its proprietary varieties and premium berries, including the supersized Mighty Reds, Greenhouse variety, and of course the familiar favorite conventional and organic strawberries.

Tajín Celebrates Trend of Tajín-Dipped California Strawberries for Valentine’s Day

February 6, 2024 Tajín

Tajín and California Strawberries are thrilled to see the growing trend of Tajín-dipped strawberries for Valentine’s Day, as highlighted in a recent article by The Daily Meal.

California Strawberry Industry Applauds Executive Order to Address Historical Flooding in Growing Regions

Earlier this month, California governor Gavin Newsom signed an executive order to expedite critical work like levee repairs and debris removal to help protect and prepare local communities in anticipation of another possible wet season. This past March, the Pajaro and Salinas Rivers saw record rainfall, leading to historic flooding and levee failure in the region. The flooding affected nearly five percent of farms in the area with millions in crop, property and equipment damage.

California Strawberry Industry Tallies Up Storm Damage

From Ventura County in Southern California, north through San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara counties, to Monterey and Santa Cruz counties, the onslaught of rain, wind, and floods are approaching $200 million in potential damages to California’s strawberry farms.

Extended California Peak Strawberry Season is Sweet News for Consumers

To meet increasing consumer demand for the sweet, red berry everybody loves, California strawberry production is expected to hit its second highest season on record, extending peak season well into fall. As the country’s leading producer of strawberries growing 90% of all strawberries produced in the U.S., consumers can expect to see abundant availability in local grocery stores across the country.