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10/16/19

Typically, 40-50% of the California crop ships after Oct. 1, and the commission promotes grapes as a fall and winter fruit; supplies in storage will carry the season into January.

10/09/19

Ninety-five percent of eligible almond growers who voted in a referendum held Aug. 5-16, 2019, favored continuing the marketing order. Those voting in favor of continuation also represented 97 percent of the volume produced by those voting. For the marketing order to continue, two-thirds of the growers voting in the referendum, or growers representing two-thirds of the volume of almonds represented in the referendum, had to vote in favor of the marketing order.

10/07/19

Montalvo's responsibilities include leading the in-store promotion initiatives and communication strategies needed to help move California table grapes through the U.S. and Canadian markets

09/25/19

The Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday morning will consider an ordinance prohibiting the use of polystyrene food and beverage containers at restaurants, food trucks and other vendors

09/24/19

One of the best kept secrets in the United States - and apparently for most of San Joaquin County's 745,424 residents - is that when it comes to growing wine grapes, there is nowhere in California - or the United States - that tops San Joaquin County.

09/19/19

California's contemporary effort to modernize the water system in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta officially began in 2006.

09/17/19

Fresno, CA - David Dudley is the new marketing director of category management for the California Table Grape Commission. Dudley's responsibilities include expanding the retail demand for California table grapes in the U.S. and Canada through enhanced category management.

09/16/19

Driver suffered minor injuries in crash

09/16/19

Wine-grape harvesting is underway in the Central Valley and Fasi Estate Winery is pleased with this year's growing conditions and grape quality.

08/21/19

Dolores Huerta, a social activist and labor leader who marched with Cesar Chavez, was arrested Tuesday along with seven other union members during a protest to demand a raise for Fresno county home care workers.

08/19/19

Almonds Rank Ahead Of Wine As California's Top Specialty Crop Export

08/12/19

Although the Golden State still dominates table grape production, acreage is down due to residential development and growers turning to higher-margin crops. For those who do grow grapes, Flame Seedless is still the leading variety with over 15,000 acres statewide.

08/12/19

Organizer Don Grundmann had estimated 500 people would attend. The group says it supports heterosexuality, Christianity and white contributions to Western civilization.

08/12/19

Years in the making, the feat could lead to the development of avocado varieties more resistant to extreme environmental conditions.

08/12/19

The fledgling company, which launched in January, is run by father-and-son team John L. Mensonides and Jason Mensonides. Together they run a service that delivers fresh seafood straight from the docks of San Francisco - and sourced from all over the world - six days a week to area restaurants

08/08/19

There can be no discussion of grape trade without mention of the dissolution of NAFTA and its replacement, the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA)

08/07/19

Several acres of wine grapes were destroyed when a burn pile got out of control in Salida, CA on Tuesday. The fire began spreading from the burn pile on Chapman Road ...

08/07/19

If California is to meet its goal of running on 100-percent clean electricity by 2045, fields that once grew hay are going to have to start producing electrons. That's according to a new report from The Nature Conservancy that estimates the state will need to cover an area at least twice as large as Yosemite National Park with solar panels and wind turbines.

08/02/19

E. & J. Gallo Wineries says the company agrees with the first amendment's freedom of speech but does not support groups that advocate for divisiveness or express hatred.

07/24/19

"We have a strong area of high pressure that's been building up over the southwestern states, the four corners region we call it. It's very typically this time of year to get that kind of pattern setting up," said Harty.

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