Cold Chain/Logistics

Refrigerant management company expands services in Southern California

Refrigerant management company A-Gas has expanded its services in Southern California through its Rapid Exchange cylinder swap program. A-Gas has w... continue reading »

California table grapes, stone fruit grappling with storm’s effects

Weeks after it brought Southern California its first-ever tropical storm watch before making landfall over the northern Baja California Peninsula in M... continue reading »

Atlanta transportation technology company named to FSA list

Transportation technology company nuVizz has been named to the Food Shippers of America top 2023 Food Chain Technology list, recognizing the last mile... continue reading »

Agreements to expand distribution of AeroFarms microgreens

Indoor vertical farming leader AeroFarms is expanding distribution of its microgreens through agreements with produce wholesaler and distributor S. Ka... continue reading »

NY grower adds high-tech storage capabilities

After years of contracting with other companies to store apples, a New York apple grower and packer counts efficiency and enhanced technology as key b... continue reading »

Regional food business centers part of $420M infrastructure program

A new, $25 million food business center in Iowa is one of 12 nationwide that aim to strengthen regional food distribution centers and supply chains. ... continue reading »

A man stands with arms crossed and a smile on his face in front of a compact, EV tractor

Electric ride: Monarch Tractor driving the future of ag vehicle technology

The first time Praveen Penmesta ever sat in a driver’s seat, he was behind the wheel of a tractor. Now, the CEO and founder of Monarch Tractor is le... continue reading »

frozen cauliflower bites heated up and displayed on a plate

Convenience, affordability fueling frozen food popularity

A recent survey from the American Frozen Food Institute (AFFI) reveals that 68% of Americans purchase frozen food products at least weekly, if not mor... continue reading »

Fresh Del Monte enters distribution partnership with plant-based food company

Fresh Del Monte and has formed a partnership with food production company Vertage to expand distribution options. The produce giant will support th... continue reading »

Zucchini, peppers and carrots are among the visible vegetables

Vegetable processing company investing $19 million in New Mexico facility

Vegetable processing company Oro is investing $19 million in a new facility in New Mexico’s Santa Teresa Border Zone. Construction will begin on ... continue reading »