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Organic produce sales continue to trend up

Total organic fresh produce sales for the third quarter of 2021 saw a continuation of year-over-year growth, increasing by 3% from the same period las... continue reading »

Organic food sales should remain elevated

U.S. organic sales soared to new highs in 2020, jumping a record 12.4% to $61.9 billion. This marked the first time that total sales of organic food a... continue reading »

Organic Grower Summit adds soil health practices workshop

An in-depth workshop on soil health practices and strategies employed in organic production systems that can build resilience to climate shock has bee... continue reading »

Baby iceberg lettuce two-pack coming from Josie’s Organics

Braga Fresh will debut its new Josie's Organics baby iceberg lettuce two-count package at the 2021 Organic Produce Summit. The show is Sept. 15-16 ... continue reading »

Duncan Family Farms debuts organic herb line

Duncan Family Farms, a fourth-generation multi-regional certified organic farm and leading grower of baby leaf items, has announced the launch of its ... continue reading »

Revol Greens adds new line of value-added salad kits

Offering one of the most robust selections of greenhouse-grown lettuce products in North America, Revol Greens is now moving into a new category in th... continue reading »

Organic producers can apply for aid to cover certification costs

Organic producers and handlers can now apply for USDA funds to assist with the cost of receiving or maintaining organic certification. Applications... continue reading »

Organic fruit, vegetable sales top $20 billion in 2020

Total U.S. organic sales soared to new highs in 2020, jumping by a record 12.4% to $61.9 billion, including $20.4 billion in produce. It marked the... continue reading »

Del Monte expanding organic fresh-cut fruit operation

Del Monte Fresh Produce N.A. plans to expand its organic fresh-cut fruit production in North America. The expansion will focus on expanding fresh-c... continue reading »

Fresh packaged produce expected to see solid growth in coming years

A new Freedonia Group analysis projects U.S. sales of fresh produce packaging¬†to grow 3.7% per year to nearly¬†$7 billion in 2024, as demand continue... continue reading »