Food Safety Net Services courses highlight prevention, quality control

Food Safety Net Services announced its education course schedule for the year, with courses being offered from February to October. Courses have been ... continue reading »

Scientist develops antimicrobial wash for produce

Sometimes it takes time to find a winning formula. That’s how it was with First Step+ 10, according to Joshua Gurtler, an Agricultural Research Se... continue reading »

Fresh-cut lettuce breeders focus on decay

As a specialty market, fresh-cut produce demands specific attributes of the varieties of raw fruits and vegetables that supply it. Lettuce is the main... continue reading »

PDC introduces tamper-evident bander

PDC International, a global manufacturer of precision shrink sleeving systems, has introduced its R-600 Tamper Evident Shrink Bander. The system appli... continue reading »

Key Technology provides new sorting solutions for potato processors

Sorting machinery hasn’t always been tailored to the specific needs of potato processors. Now, due in part to customer requests, Key Technology has ... continue reading »

International researchers look to import fresh-cut apples’ shelf life

Fresh-cut produce is in high demand. Consumers are looking for healthy snacks with increased convenience. When it comes to fruits, apples are in de... continue reading »

Q+A with AFFI President and CEO Kraig R. Naasz

Over the past three years, some 170 companies have joined the American Frozen Food Institute (AFFI). AFFI exists to “serve the interests of the e... continue reading »