January 1st 2006 Issue

IMPACT on Trade

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Making the switch to fresh

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It’s not enough these days for tree fruit orchards to be productive. To remain competitive, they must also provide the

Passion doesn't always mean profit

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Too often, entrepreneurial-minded growers love the idea of their farm business more than actually running the business, says Bev Connell,

New York fresh!

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New York State’s tree fruit industry, with its volume and history tied to processing, is in transition, moving more toward

Belle de Boskoop

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From Wolf River apple soup to the earthy flavors of sturgeon seared in the juice of Bramley’s Seedling, Andrea Carlson

Health claims need not be approved, but must be truthful

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration does not require producers of conventional foods, such as fruits and vegetables, to notify

More sales consolidation needed, says Mathison

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Stemilt Growers, Inc., in Wenatchee, Washington, already handles more than twice as many apples as the entire British Columbia, Canada,

Apricots of the East

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With 30 acres of apricots, the Nicholsons are among the largest apricot growers east of the Rocky Mountains.

Fully ripe, sweet

B.C. fruit industry differentiates itself

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With less than five million boxes of apples to sell, B.C. fruit growers can’t go head-to-head with their neighbors to

New York apple industry by numbers

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  Rank in apple producing states2 Number of apple growers700

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