leafy greens

Listeria outbreak linked to Dole bagged salads traced back to equipment

The FDA, CDC and local partners have concluded their investigation of a listeria outbreak linked to Dole packaged salads in late 2021. A total of 1... continue reading »

Sorter for hydroponically grown leafy greens released by Key Technology

Key Technology, a member of the Duravant family of operating companies, introduces its Veryx digital sorters for fresh cut, hydroponically grown leafy... continue reading »

Gotham Greens to double indoor growing space in 2022

Gotham Greens will double the size of its greenhouse capacity in 2022. The indoor farming company said it will expand from 600,000 square feet of g... continue reading »

Duncan Family Farms receives Sustainably Grown Certification

Duncan Family Farms has earned the Sustainably Grown Certification, making it one of the first organic fresh herb, lettuces, greens and vegetable comp... continue reading »

Pure Green Farms facility in South Bend, Indiana

Pure Green Farms takes indoor-outdoor approach to leafy greens

Another year passes, and with it, a steady stream of news about greenhouses and other controlled environment agriculture (CEA) operations opening in t... continue reading »

Kronen introduces next-level produce de-watering system

Kronen is introducing a large capacity fruit, vegetable and leafy greens processing and advanced drying system line this year, the K850. The system... continue reading »

Tanimura & Antle adds two-count pack of Artisan Baby Iceberg

Tanimura & Antle has added a two-count retail pack of its Artisan Baby Iceberg lettuce to its product offerings. “We’re excited to intr... continue reading »

Soli Organic building 130,000-square foot farm in Washington

Soli Organic Inc., a large-scale, soil-based, certified-organic produce grower, recently announced it will build a new farm in Marysville, Washington... continue reading »

Vertical leafy greens producer Kalera merges with Agrico, moves to NASDAQ

Vertical leafy greens producer Kalera is merging with Agrico Acquisition Corp. As a result, Kalera will be publicly listed on NASDAQ stock exchange. ... continue reading »

Greens Spinach

New spinach gene discovery could lead to less gritty varieties

Most of us are familiar with “spinach teeth” — the harmless but gritty-chalky mouthfeel caused by the vegetable. A team of researchers from B... continue reading »