CFIA Notice to industry: Temporary Safe Food for Canadians Licence Conditions For Importing Romaine Lettuce and Products Containing Romaine Lettuce From The U.S.

September 16, 2021 Canadian Food Inspection Agency

During this period, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) will require importers of leafy greens to provide proof that romaine lettuce does not originate from the counties of Santa Cruz, Santa Clara, San Benito and Monterey in the Salinas Valley of California, U.S. The temporary licence conditions also apply to mixed salads containing romaine lettuce.

Lakeland Fresh Farms Launches in Metro Detroit

June 4, 2021 Lakeland Fresh Farms

Veteran business executive Joe Corace announces the launch of Lakeland Fresh Farms, a local producer of hydroponically grown greens. The products are grown in an 80,000-square-foot indoor farm in Chesterfield Township, Mich., and sold directly to grocers and restaurants throughout metro Detroit.

Revol Greens Adds Chopped Romaine Program to Robust Greenhouse Lettuce Offering

March 25, 2021 Revol Greens

Expanding what is already one of the most diverse greenhouse baby leaf and head lettuce portfolios on the market, Revol Greens is adding a large-scale chopped romaine program with three new retail varieties available at select retailers throughout the Midwest:.

Revol Greens Innovates With Industry-First Plant-Based Nutrient Source and New Certified Organic Greenhouse Lettuce Line

February 18, 2021 Revol Greens

A first in the lettuce industry for both field and greenhouse environments, the newly developed Plant Fed™ organic fertilizer is behind Revol’s newest line extension, which includes USDA Certified Organic Spring Mix, Green & Red Duo, and Romaine Crunch.

FDA Announces New Sampling Plan for Romaine Grown in the Yuma, Arizona Growing Region

February 8, 2021 FDA

FDA plans to to begin collecting samples of romaine lettuce from commercial coolers in February and intends to continue sampling through the end of the romaine harvest season in Yuma.