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A Busy Week of Fall Creek Presentations

We’re proud of our Fall Creek team this week. We had experts from our global Sales & Grower Support team presenting to large groups of blueberry growers at industry events in the Netherlands, Italy and Mexico.

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Our Thoughts Are With Peru

The thoughts and prayers of our entire global Fall Creek family are with the people of Peru in this time of great difficulty due to the heavy rains and extensive flooding. We are deeply saddened by the heartbreaking loss of life and property.

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Our Europe Team Will Welcome You At Global Berry Congress!

Join us March 27-29 in Rotterdam for the annual Global Berry Congress. This gathering is one of the best places to meet up with the top berry industry professionals. There are information-packed meetings and presentations sharing the latest research on trends and technologies. Fall Creek is a sponsor and exhibitor and our Europe team will be there to share the latest insights on our newest blueberry varieties.

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Fall Creek 2017 Edition Catalogs Now Available

The 2017 Editions of the Fall Creek U.S & Canada Nursery Catalog and Commercial Growers Catalog have arrived! If you are a Commercial Grower or a Nursery Grower serving a retailer, contact us to request your...

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Video:  Interview with Fall Creek Mexico at Aneberries

During day 2 of the Aneberries 2016 show in Mexico last week, Horti TV interviews Salvador Alvarez of Fall Creek Mexico. Watch the video to hear his insights about the growth and opportunities of the...

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Last Call - Just Harvested In Verona, Italy Today!

Variety updates don't get any more fresh than this! Our grower support team is on the ground in Verona (northern Italy) today visiting our customers. This photo shows Fall Creek's variety Last Call picked just...

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Summer is Here!

Summer is officially here, and Blue Ribbon is getting an early jump on ripening this season. This photo was taken yesterday at our research farm in Oregon, USA.

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Ripening Ahead of Schedule

Ripening is far ahead of schedule at our Henry Farm here in Oregon. These photos were taken (04/14/16) at our research farm near our corporate offices. Blue Ribbon – 3rd Year Ripening Duke – Early Year Planting Top...

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Food Friday: Blueberry Lemon Infused Iced Tea

With summer right around the corner, the timing couldn't be more perfect that today is National Iced Tea day! We can't wait to sip on a glass of this refreshing Blueberry Infused Lemon Iced Tea. Get...

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First Blue in Oregon

First blue on Duke blueberries in Oregon. (Photo taken yesterday.) 2016 is an early year for Oregon and Northwest growers. To learn more about Duke, Click Here.

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Just Harvested Ventura Blueberries in Sicily!

This just in - Yesterday our team was in Italy checking on the harvest of one of Fall Creek customer's Ventura crop. Look at the size of those berries! Ventura is a low-to-no chill blueberry variety from...

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Consumers Continue to Choose Berries

As consumers are choosing the healthiest produce options, blueberries continue to soar to the forefront of this movement—And with the nutrition they offer and their overall health benefits, it’s not hard to see why. READ...

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Blueberries’ Effects on Memory and Aging

There is increasing medical research being done on the health benefits of blueberries and many studies are moving into clinical trials with humans directly. This recent study, led by Robert Krikorian, Ph.D. at the University of...

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Food Friday: Little Blue Dynamos of Health

This Food Friday we're keeping it simple. There are no recipes to follow or fuss over, just go straight for a handful of those little, blue dynamos to reap some really big health benefits....

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Throwback Thursday: Pruning Blueberry Plants

It’s Throwback Thursday, and we’re right in the midst of pruning season! Here is a video of Fall Creek’s founder and president Dave Brazelton showing us how pruning is done. Although this video may be...

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