leafy greens

New indoor farming operation opens in Kentucky

Indoor farming operation Square Roots and food distributor Gordon Food Service have opened a new climate-controlled indoor farm in Shepherdsville, Ken... continue reading »

FDA finalizes new food traceability record-keeping rules

Additional FDA record-keeping rules regarding food traceability have been finalized, affecting a range of specified foods. The Requirements for Add... continue reading »

Project looks at E. coli risk during romaine postharvest cooling

Several researchers have examined the fate of Shiga toxin-producing E. coli O157:H7 bacteria on romaine lettuce in the field and during postharvest wa... continue reading »

Center for Produce Safety funding new research projects

To help answer the fresh produce industry‚Äôs most urgent food safety questions, the Center for Produce Safety (CPS) has just funded 14 new research p... continue reading »

Dole adds on-trend flavors in new Chopped! Salad Kit range

Dole Food Company Inc. is expanding its popular DOLE Chopped! Salad Kit line with three new flavors this fall that showcase the latest global and regi... continue reading »

Gotham Greens raises $310 million to accelerate national greenhouse expansion

Gotham Greens, a Certified B Corp. and New York-based indoor farming pioneer operating a large network of high-tech hydroponic greenhouses in North Am... continue reading »

Fresh Del Monte & Mann Packing complete integration

Mann Packing Company has officially completed the final stages of its integration as the vegetable division of Fresh Del Monte Produce, one of the wor... continue reading »

Square Roots, GFS expand partnership with Wisconsin facility

Square Roots and Gordon Food Service recently celebrated their largest indoor farm to date, taking another step in their journey to build indoor farms... continue reading »

Leafy greens org creates food safety training video

Nearly 10 years ago, the California Leafy Greens Marketing Agreement (LGMA) partnered with STOP Foodborne Illness to create a motivational training vi... continue reading »

UC Davis working to develop new varieties of celtuce, a leafy green vegetable

Researchers at UC Davis are working to develop new and improved varieties of celtuce, a leafy green vegetable that plays an important role in Asian cu... continue reading »