Equipment

Freshness & Safety

Rosenhayn, N.J.-based F&S Produce Co. Inc celebrates 30 years in the fresh produce industry this year, and company founder and chief executive off... continue reading »

Turning Over a New Leaf

Turning Over a New Leaf
Chlorine stabilizer shows promise in wash environment
Chlorine is a commonly used tool of the fresh-cut produce ind... continue reading »

A Salad Bar in Every School

In a nationwide survey of children age 10 to 17, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that 15 percent had a body mass index (BMI) th... continue reading »

Florida Specialties

To see more pictures of Florida Specialities, click here. Florida Specialties is taking a chance on green beans. That isn't to say that the South Flo... continue reading »

An Introduction to Helping Your Program Become ‘Above the Best!’

By Henry C. Carsberg, P.S.
I n the past, many food processors thought that by throwing some chemicals on their equipment, and the st... continue reading »

People in the News



Bob
Whitaker
Ken Silveira
Mark Miller
Matthew Caito Robert J. Whitaker New IFPA Chairman ... continue reading »

International Focus

Grupo Primaflor
c/ Estación, 2
04640 Pulpí (Almería)
Spain
Tel: (+34) 950 464 011
Fax: (+34) 950 46... continue reading »

Significant Step Forward in Building a Global Organization

Fresh Cut
November 2004 VENICE, Italy - The International Fresh-cut Produce Association (IFPA) has taken a significant step to advance... continue reading »

Italian Pre-cut Sales Taking Off

Minimally processed products were introduced in Italy in the 1980s after enjoying big commercial success in French markets. While t... continue reading »

Restaurants report slower sales, but expectations rise

According to restaurant operators, the restaurant industry is still facing contraction, but operator optimism improved at the start of 2010, according... continue reading »