leafy greens

Kalera expanding vertical farming operations with Twin Cities facility

Kalera, a U.S. vertical farming company an a leader in plant science for producing produce in controlled environments, announced March 15 the purchase... continue reading »

Gotham Greens opening high-tech greenhouse near UC-Davis

Gotham Greens, an indoor agriculture business operating high-tech greenhouses across the United States, recently announced its latest state-of-the-ar... continue reading »

Keeping leafy greens fresh and healthy an exact science

It might not seem that impressive today, but the fact that fresh leafy greens are available all across America at any time of year is quite remarkable... continue reading »

Organic leafy greens grower Duncan Family Farms announces leadership changes

Goodyear, Arizona-based Duncan Family Farms, a family-owned, multi-regional grower of over 9,000 acres of certified organic produce, announced Will Fe... continue reading »

FDA, produce industry ramping up leafy greens food safety efforts

Although the U.S. food supply chain is one of the safest in the world, the federal government notes there are still approximately 48 million cases of ... continue reading »

Living Greens Farm inks distribution agreement for Midwest expansion

Living Greens Farm (LGF), the largest vertical, indoor aeroponic farm in the U.S. that provides year-round fresh salads, salad kits, microgreens and h... continue reading »

Church Brothers Farms has ‘premium pack’ of popular lettuce breed

Church Brothers Farms is now offering foodservice operators a new premium pack of Little Gem lettuce under the SweetHearts brand. Little Gem lettuce ... continue reading »

Dark green, red, orange vegetables have expanded availability in 21st century

According to Food Availability Data from the USDA, Economic Research Service, legumes, dark greens, and red and orange vegetables have expanded their ... continue reading »

Lettuce supplants tomatoes atop organic volume list

The National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) of USDA released its latest survey of national organic food production in October. The first organ... continue reading »

Study shows nanobubbles disrupt pathogens like E. coli, listeria

Moleaer, a leading nanobubble technology company, in partnership with researchers from Virginia Tech University, have successfully evaluated and concl... continue reading »