BROOKLYN, N.Y. — Danielle Gould is excited about biodiversity because you don’t even have to care about sustainability to like it — biodiversity just tastes delicious, she said.
LGS Specialty Sales, Ltd., New Rochelle, N.Y., an importer and distributor of citrus, avocados and grapes, is reporting a strong Moroccan w. murcott mandarin season marked by good supply and quality.
Twenty teams competed to pluck the most strawberries at the sixth annual Strawberry Picking Challenge at Wish Farms, Plant City, Fla., an event raising more than $90,000 for the Redlands Christian Migrant Association.
As trade talks with China progress, the California Avocado Commission is seeking to advance its 14-year campaign to allow California avocados access to China, which is seeing leaps in demand for the fruit.
Wholesum, Amado, Ariz., reached a milestone at the start of 2019, by raising more than $3 million in the past five years to reinvest in its farms and workers.
On the heels of a $40 million joint venture and a new office in Dubai, Sonia Lo is fighting for what she calls digital distributed agriculture, an emerging industry-wide infrastructure that works with indoor farms.
The University of Florida’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) is establishing a center to take a more holistic approach to solving water and land use issues facing Florida.