Seald Sweet executive returns
11/14/2013 4:21:33 PMMark Lewis, former Seald Sweet International executive vice president, has been re-appointed to the position... Read more.
There's still time to submit a Potato Industry Award nomination
11/13/2013 5:50:00 AMThere's still time to nominate an industry leader for a Potato Industry Award. The deadline isn't... Read more.
Syngenta adds herbicide resistance to Bt sweet corn line
11/12/2013 10:57:29 AMSyngenta has added the Liberty Link herbicide-tolerance trait to its Attribute insect-protected sweet corn line... Read more.
Hello, Halos: citrus hits store shelves
11/11/2013 3:43:33 PMPromotable volumes of Wonderful Halos from Paramount Citrus are now available at retailers as the... Read more.
Growers anticipate normal Florida fall tomato deal
11/11/2013 3:44:14 PMRUSKIN, Fla. — Florida’s fall tomato deal is shaping up as a typical one. In mid-October,... Read more.
Florida orange estimates drop to post-freeze level
11/08/2013 4:32:46 PMThe season’s first official Florida citrus forecast shows declines in orange and grapefruit production, but... Read more.
Sweeter grapefruit, fewer navels, smaller tangerines hit market
11/07/2013 5:41:28 PMVERO BEACH, Fla. — This year’s Florida citrus season is bringing sweeter grapefruit, smaller volumes... Read more.
Fresh from Florida promotion program may expand TV ads
11/07/2013 5:43:08 PMFollowing successful spring television promotions, Fresh from Florida enters its 15th year of promoting the... Read more.
- Del Monte testing genetically modified pineapple
- Vine-ripe Tasti-Lee tomato creates a buzz among consumers
- Branded tomato variety earns a following
- New strawberry varieties create a sensation
- UPDATED: Jensens face federal criminal charges in cantaloupe case
- Honeybee groups sue EPA over insecticide registration
- Genetically engineered tomato helps fight bad cholesterol
- Most California produce tested had no detectable pesticide
- Bayer tests new seed treatments to protect honeybees
- Florida battles Mexican strawberries
- Washington university remains neutral on GMO labeling measure
- Monsanto pledges $4 million toward honeybee health efforts