Equipment

Creating Consistency

Club Chef in Covington, Ky., is a member of the Castellini Group of Companies.
That’s a lot of Cs.
But there’s one more th... continue reading »

Back to the field once again

The first paying job I ever had involved a short walk across the street. That’s where the asparagus field was.  I protested the indigni... continue reading »

Back to the field once again

The first paying job I ever had involved a short walk across the street. That’s where the asparagus field was.  I protested the indigni... continue reading »

Growing Consistency at Club Chef

Club Chef in Covington, Ky., is a member of the Castellini Group of Companies. That’s a lot of Cs. But there’s one more that applies... continue reading »

Inventor’s Machine Finds World Market

From his base in North Hatfield, Mass., population 3,500, Ron Widelo is making international connections when it comes to fresh-cut butternut squash... continue reading »

At 100-plus Years, Urschel Continues to Grow

To think it all began with a gooseberry snipper. It was 1910. Gooseberries were big, being commercially grown in northern Indiana and southern Mic... continue reading »

Back to School with Fresh Produce

Students are back in school, and DNO Produce is hard at work. The Columbus, Ohio-based produce distributor and fresh-cut processor has been buildi... continue reading »

A Fresh Start

The Tedesco family’s roots may be in farming, but they continue to blossom as processors of fresh-cut produce and related products. In 2008,... continue reading »

Traceability: Connecting the Dots

As outbreaks of bacterial contamination in produce keep popping up, public confidence is being tested — and so is the effectiveness of traceab... continue reading »

Quality Assurance Depends on Equipment, Systems

Welcome to the world of quality assurance (QA) in fresh-cut produce. Regulators mandate it, customers expect it and fresh-cut processors and shipper... continue reading »