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FPFC holds 26th annual SoCal golf tournament

16---1More than 145 produce professionals teed off at the 26th annual Fresh Produce & Floral Council Southern California Golf Tournament on a sweltering Wednesday, Aug. 22, at the Tustin Ranch Golf Club in Tustin, CA.

Golfers showed up early to test their skills at the putting contest held before the 10 a.m. tee time. They also enjoyed a continental breakfast on the patio — and a Mimosa or Bloody Mary at the Welcome Bar.

Potatoes USA elects new leadership
Potatoes USA, the marketing and promotion board for the U.S. potato industry, elected its new leadership during its 48th annual meeting on March 11. The newly elected chairman and executive committee will lead the 99 board members through 2020-21. Marty Myers of Boardman, OR, was elected chairman of the board. Prior to Read More ...
Gold Coast expands cauliflower production
Gold Coast Packing, headquartered in Santa Maria, CA, began its spring transition from the desert to coastal California in mid-March with its typical array of vegetables, though the company has increased its cauliflower production for spring/summer harvest. Marketing Coordinator Crystal Chavez said the growing popularity of Read More ...
NWPB unveils refreshed website
Following a soft launch in February, the National Watermelon Promotion Board has officially unveiled its refreshed and reformatted website that is home to all things watermelon. Not since 2015 has the fresh front of watermelon had a facelift. Now in 2020, the new Watermelon.org is here. Benefits include: Fully Read More ...
Hy-Vee's online program aims to help parents keep kids healthy and active
As schools remain closed across the region due to the spread of COVID-19, Hy-Vee will start offering its Hy-Vee KidsFit program online by streaming a free, daily 15- to 20-minute video to share fun, physical activities with children and families. In addition to keeping kids moving and active, the goal of the daily videos Read More ...
California Giant Berry Farms anticipates giant strawberry volume
While the world faces a wave of uncertainties, one thing is certain at California Giant Berry Farms — its local strawberry season is here, and volumes are going to be plentiful. Fields in Watsonville and Salinas are bustling with shiny, red strawberries as the local season kicks off today just in time for the Easter Read More ...

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