Morning Kiss Organic Uses Pedal Power to Craft Organic Smoothies at New York Produce Show

November 22, 2022 Morning Kiss Organic

Morning Kiss Organic will rely on pedal power to make delicious organic  smoothies at the New York Produce Show November 29-December 2, exhibiting at booth #338. Using a customized smoothie bike, Morning Kiss Organic will blend “Refresher” smoothies featuring fresh fruit and vegetables from their organic line of produce and herbs. 

Citrus Preview: Disilva Fruit and Morning Kiss Organic See Increased Demand & Offer Sustainable Packaging

October 20, 2022 Arrowfarms

DiSilva Fruit and Morning Kiss Organic are ready to deliver delicious, vitamin-packed organic and conventional citrus for the coming citrus season. Current program offerings include navels, mandarins, grapefruit, lemons, and limes – as well as specialty citrus items including heirloom navels, cara-cara navels, blood oranges, minneolas, stem and leaf murcotts, satsumas, golden nuggets, pummelos and melo golds.

Morning Kiss Organic Offering Five Varieties of Organic Squash

September 15, 2022 Morning Kiss Organic

Morning Kiss Organic is ready to ship organic squash. While squash is offered year round, this vegetable is popular during the late summer and fall harvest season. Varieties offered will include butternut, acorn, spaghetti, buttercup, and delicata.

Morning Kiss Organic Packing More Produce with Bio-Able Packaging

July 7, 2022 Morning Kiss Organic

Morning Kiss Organic has made a strong push to use sustainable packaging wherever possible as part of its commitment to reducing the amount of plastic that sits in landfills. The companies are thrilled to announce that several offerings in their produce line will now be available in new Bio-Able packaging.

A Summer Staple: Organic Melons from Morning Kiss Organic

June 17, 2022 Morning Kiss Organic

Morning Kiss Organic is bringing the classic summer flavor of melons to market with mini watermelons, cantaloupes, and honey dews. Melon season runs May through early December. This season’s crop will come primarily from Mexico and California, with a possibility of a small volume coming from the Southeast United States in June and July. Promotional opportunities are available.