New Food Pyramid System Brings Mixed Response, Opportunities

When the USDA released its new food guidance pyramid system in April, produce industry groups were quick to comment. But the industry had no consensus... continue reading »

Company Brings Taste of the South To Consumers

Everyone at Glory Foods knows what good collard greens are supposed to taste like. That’s how the company assures consumers are getting what they... continue reading »

‘New school’ produce guys grow sales at ‘old school’ company

Phil Riggio, CEO of Detroit-based Aunt Mid’s Produce Company, considers himself an “old school” produce man, so he’s letting some ... continue reading »

Fresh-cut Packaging Takes on New Characteristics

In an era of redesigns, makeovers and change, fresh-cut packaging is not immune. The days of plastic bags and simple plastic deli containers are no mo... continue reading »

Food Safety

It goes without saying that food safety is a top concern for fresh-cut processors. And if recent news reports are any indication, it’s a top conc... continue reading »

Cartoons Help Jump-Start Healthier Lifestyle

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention, nearly one out of every five children between the ages of 6 and 11 is classified as... continue reading »

Showcase: Packaging Supplies and Equipment

Avery Dennison

Avery Dennison has announced availability of Air Release active labels as part of the company’s Active Packag... continue reading »

Experts Weigh In On Hot Topics In Fresh-Cut Industry

The fresh-cut produce industry is dynamic with innovations and new developments almost daily. To bring readers a complete view of the past, present an... continue reading »

Fresh Focus: Health Benefits Enhance Sales and Profits

We recently researched the American Heart Association’s requirements to use its heart-shaped logo on fresh produce for a client. It’s an eas... continue reading »