Introduced in 2012, the Sweetie apple grown at FirstFruits Farms in Washington State continues to be one of the most unique apples on the market.
Wholesum, Fair Trade certified growers and shippers of organic produce, recently promoted Tina Federico to Business Development Representative.
Wholesum, Fair Trade Certified growers and shippers of organic produce, prepares for the 2019 Organic Produce Summit with new and exciting features including the launch of an interactive and educational Fair Trade Roadshow and the newest addition to their vegetable offerings, organic artichokes.
FirstFruits Marketing would like to recognize the 2019 participating retailers that helped combat hunger in the United States through their Take a Bite out of Hunger program.
Last month Titan Farms, the premier grower, packer and processor of peaches in the Eastern United States, brought the farm to Lakewood Elementary in Fort Pierce, FL to educate first grade students on agriculture and peach growing practices.
The Clemson Alumni Association recently honored recipients of the 2019 Clemson Alumni Distinguished Service Award, the highest honor that the association bestows on Clemson Tiger graduates.
Sun World International, LLC announced today that they will launch an in-store and online promotion opportunity called "Make It A Grape Two Weeks" during peak grape season in the U.S.
Wholesum™ announced today that they will be growing their Fair Trade certified program by introducing organically grown artichokes from Salinas, California with harvests starting at the end of April.
Wholesum prepares for a very fruitful month for organic Chilean blueberries. Availability of organic Chilean blueberries has been on an upward trend and will have the highest spike between February and March of 2019 for Wholesum.
FirstFruits Marketing, growers of the Opal apple, is seeking applications from youth-led nonprofit organizations to benefit from Opal sales as part of the Youth Make a Difference initiative, a campaign designed to provide financial support to causes led by youth ages 6 to 25.