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Eat Smart donates thousands of salads to hurricane victims

Apio has donated 24,000 salads, or approximately 70,000 salad servings, to victims of Hurricane Harvey. The company’s Eat Smart brand is partnering ... continue reading »

Produce Processing 7: Q+A with Jeff Brandenburg

Jeffrey S. Brandenburg is the president of the JSB Group, which provides expertise in a wide variety of packaging and equipment technologies. [capt... continue reading »



Produce Processing 7: Q+A with Allison Bodor

Alison Bodor is president and CEO of the American Frozen Food Institute (AFFI). Bodor most recently served as executive vice president of the National... continue reading »



Produce Proccessing 7: Q+A with Ryan Van Groningen

Ryan Van Groningen is the sales manager for Van Groningen & Sons, based in Manteca, California. Van Groningen & Sons is a grower/shipper speci... continue reading »



Produce Processing 7: Q+A with Ryan Downs

Ryan M. Downs is president of GLK Foods and represents the fourth generation of the company’s family ownership. He joined GLK in 2005 and is a direc... continue reading »



Produce Processing 7: Q+A with Katy Blowers

Katy Blowers has been an active member of the produce industry following her graduation from Cal Poly University in 2000 with a bachelor’s degree in... continue reading »



Produce Processing 7: Q+A with Dan Vaché

Dan Vache was born and raised in West Richland, Washington, and graduated from Eastern Washington University with a degree in education. As vice pres... continue reading »



Produce Processing 7: Q+A with Nick George

Nick George is president of the Midwest Food Processors Association, representing food processors in Illinois, Minnesota and Wisconsin. He joined the ... continue reading »



Seismic shifts

Our tour group gathered on the grounds of the San Juan Batista Mission in northern California. We had just finished three days of absorbing informatio... continue reading »

Confused minds and palates

Results from a survey commissioned by SUBWAY Restaurants released in conjunction with National Eat Your Vegetables Day in June reveal a bit of confusi... continue reading »