leafy greens

FDA proposes new end-to-end traceability rule

The FDA has proposed a new rule that lays the foundation for the end-to-end food traceability across the food industry that it will be working towar... continue reading »

BrightFarms adds on to Illinois leafy greens greenhouse

BrightFarms has opened a new expansion to its Rochelle, Illinois greenhouse. The increase in production will support BrightFarms continued growth in t... continue reading »

10 things leafy greens producers are doing to keep food safe

In a year of unparalleled tragedies stemming from the pandemic to California wildfires, lettuce farmers in California and Arizona are taking action to... continue reading »

AgBiome organic-approved fungicide Howler now approved in California

AgBiome’s Howler fungicide was recently approved by the state regulators in California and New York, according to a news release from the company.... continue reading »

Efficiency, ease of sanitation focus of Urschel’s new dicer, cutter

Each year, Produce Processing visits Fruit Logistica in Berlin to check out the latest machinery launches. This year, we visited Urschel to check out ... continue reading »

Duncan Family Farms eyes safety with irrigation water system upgrade

Goodyear, Arizona-based Duncan Family Farms, a leading family-owned, multi-regional grower of over 7,000 acres of certified organic produce, announced... continue reading »

Oasis Grower Solutions adds nutrient supplement for leafy greens

Oasis Grower Solutions introduces Fortify, a liquid nutrient supplement, designed to optimize the growth performance and increase harvest weights w... continue reading »

LGMA updates food safety guidelines for leafy greens

The California Leafy Greens Marketing Agreement Board voted last week to accept several updates to required food safety practices for the farming of l... continue reading »

Pairwise developing new varieties of leafy greens

"Bitter,” “peppery,” perhaps even “fiery.” Take a bite of mustard greens that are available at your grocery store today and these might b... continue reading »

FDA, CDC continue to examine cyclospora outbreak in bagged salads

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration provided an update Aug. 14 on the status of the investigation of Cyclospora cayetanensis illnesses tied to the... continue reading »