OPN Connect Newsletter 188 · October 15, 2020

Top 5 Organic News to Help You Grow

1. How a Hospital Chef Reaps the Bounty from an On-Site Organic Farm

A number of hospitals now operate gardens on rooftops or in ground-level patches, but few have the capability or acreage for an actual farm, and even fewer have access to a renowned research organization’s expertise in organic agriculture. But both of those are realities for St. Luke’s University Health Network in Pennsylvania, which has been partnering with the Rodale Institute on an organic farm located on the grounds of the St. Luke’s Anderson Campus in Easton, Pa.     Read More

2. Superior Fresh Brings New Salad Variety to the Shelf

Stemilt January 2021

Superior Fresh, the world’s largest aquaponic farm, growing USDA certified organic produce and Atlantic salmon, is proud to unveil its newest salad blend: Citrus Splash. Filled with bright, sunny citrus notes, this blend offers consumers a unique opportunity to expand their culinary experience. Citrus Splash brings more than exceptional flavor to the salad bowl. Paired with our non-GMO, organically fed Superior Fresh Atlantic salmon, the possibilities are endless.     Read More

3. Hazel Tech Announces New Product Line and Partnership

Hazel Technologies, a USDA-funded company providing new technologies to extend the quality shelf life of produce and fight food waste, announced the launch of a new organic-compatible product line, Hazel O, with Miami-based WP Produce, the largest grower of tropical avocados in the world. As part of the partnership, WP Produce has incorporated Hazel O into its supply chain and much anticipated 2-count bag launch.     Read More

4. Generation Farms Launches Fresh for The Future Website

Chelan Fresh January 2021

Generation Farms has launched our newly redesigned website, focused on our company vision for the future of fresh produce. The website, created by Moxxy Marketing to present Generation Farms to retail and foodservice customers, tells the story from humble beginnings growing onions in Vidalia, GA in 1974 to today becoming a global leader at the forefront of modernizing the produce industry.    Read More

5. Phoenix Restaurant Delivers Organic Meals to Home-Bound Cancer Patients

A Phoenix restaurant forced to close its doors during the COVID-19 pandemic is finding a way to operate in an extraordinary way by providing meals for people battling cancer. The owner has a personal connection tied to her company's mission.     Read More

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